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Like its neighboring countries of Singapore and Malaysia, Brunei enjoys a tropical/equatorial climate punctuated by high rainfall and sharp temperature throughout the year. The climatic changes are from the influences of the monsoon winds.

From December to March, you'll encounter the northeast monsoon. The southeast monsoon occurs around the remainder of the year from June to October. This is broken by two inter-monsoon "sessions" from April to May and from November to December.

Brunei generates a high annual rainfall. There are two specific rainy seasons in the year. The rainy period is from September to January with the wettest month being December. The second wet spots are from May to July. Dry times are from February to April.

You won't really encounter any drastic changes in temperature throughout the year. It is rather uniform. The maximum mean temperature is about 32.1 C while the minimum is about 23.8 C. Humidity is high throughout the year, thanks to the high temperature and rainfall. Brunei can be heavily affected by tides.



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