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Sabah Weather

Sabah Information

For Sabah, the Northeast Monsoon occurs from November till January bringing stormy weather and rainfall. For February till April, the weather becomes relatively dry as a result of dry winds coming from the Pacific Ocean. The annual typhoon season that sweeps towards the Philippines do not affect Sabah that is directly below it, giving it the popular name as ‘Land Below the Wind’. Mount Kinabalu in Sabah has the coldest temperatures and is a popular tourist destination.

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