Southeast Asia is one of the most beautiful and breathtaking regions in the world. However, given the tropical climate of the area, it is also among the hottest regions in the world.
For example, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia temperatures during the day can reach 35 degrees Celsius while in Chuping (which is in the northernmost state) temperatures have even reached 40 degrees Celsius on some occasions.
On the other hand, the World Meteorological Organization named Bangkok, Thailand the hottest city in the world in 2016. The situation is further compounded by the fact that it is humid and temperatures are high all through the year except later January and early February when they drop a bit.
What’s more, temperatures remain high even at night. This heat is bound to worry anyone with intentions to visit or even live in Asia. …Read More