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In the Philippine city of Lapu Lapu it is summer all year round. However, up to 14 rainy days per month must be expected.
The island of Bali in the Indian Ocean is a popular tourist destination due to the consistently warm temperatures. The tropical warm climate, which is especially in the rainy season associated with high humidity, provides a year-round water temperature of 28 and 32 degrees Celsius and an air temperature of 30 to 32 degrees Celsius in the lowlands.
Off the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean lies the fourth largest island in the world - Madagascar. Not a country for beach vacationers, but for explorers of dry areas, mountains, tropical forests and rice fields.
Mumbai, India's largest city, is characterized by proximity to the sea, a tropical climate and year-round warm to hot temperatures. Both dry and rainy seasons have their charms and make for impressive travel experiences in this vibrant coastal metropolis.
Ko Samui is located in the middle of the Gulf of Thailand and offers tropical warm travel weather all year round.
A trip to Jamaica, the island of reggae, is worthwhile at any time of year. Tropical temperatures prevail all year round, but are moderated by the steady northeast trade winds.
The capital of the Republic of Indonesia is the largest city Southeast Asia and lies in the tropical climate zone. High temperatures and equally high amounts of precipitation characterize the climate of this city of over a million inhabitants.
The Fiji Islands, a group of islands in the southwest Pacific and is characterized by a remarkable flora and fauna, as well as year-round tropical hot and humid climate. Due to the numerous tropical storms and hurricanes during the months of November to April, it is recommended to travel outside this period.
The Caribbean island nation of Cuba attracts visitors all year round due to its tropical climate. Even in the cooler seasons, it rarely gets colder than 20 °C, while temperatures can rise to as high as 35 °C in the hot summer months.
The Philippine capital Manila is very much characterized by an alternating humid tropical climate. While a dry and hot climate prevails from December to May, the rainy season begins in June and lasts until November.