Borneo in April

A transitional month between the two monsoons, April is great for beaches and for trekking, as well as wildlife spotting.

April weather & where to go

April is a shoulder month, a transitional time between two monsoons, making it perfect for beaches and trekking with less chance of rain storms. Sabah is hot, about 29 degrees centigrade, but can stay quite dry meaning that bolting a bit of beach onto your wildlife adventure is a great choice, especially for the beaches of Kota Kinabalu and Gaya Island. 


Sarawak, in general, receives much more rain than Sabah (up to 260 days per year), so when we say ‘dry’, please bear that in mind.


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