Climate


Equatorial/Tropical—the climate is generally hot and sunny all year round; visitors need to wear comfortable clothing to avoid heatstroke. We also have scattered unpredictable rains, therefore, it’s advisable to always bring an umbrella in case it rains.

Average Temperature

Lowlands (Kota Kinabalu, Kudat, Sandakan, Tawau) – 32 degrees Centigrade

Highlands (Ranau, Kundasang, Tambunan) – 21 degrees Centigrade

Bear in mind though, that Mount Kinabalu has its own climate. Temperatures can drop to freezing level above 3500 meters.

Weather for Sabah

Average maximum and minimum air temperature

Average water temperature Sabah
Average number of rainy days per month and hours of sunshine per day

Notice: Pink Borneo is not responsible for the accuracy and completeness of the published climate and weather conditions.

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