Kuala Terengganu features a tropical rainforest climate that borders on a tropical monsoon climate. Kuala Terengganu does not quite have a true dry season month, a requirement for it to be classified as having a tropical monsoon climate. However the city’s driest month, April, averages 60 mm of precipitation annually. The city does experience a relative “dry season” from April through June, while the heaviest precipitation is seen at the end of the year, in November and December.
Kuala Terengganu is generally hot and humid throughout the year though the city does experience slightly cooler weather during its rainiest part of the year, from November through January. The city on average sees roughly 2600 mm of rainfall annually