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The Far East is a great location for a single, twin or multi-centre holiday. The "Far East" describes the East and North East Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Russian Far East, with South Asia sometimes also included for economic or cultural reasons.
In Oceanic Asia there is generally a two season climate, the dry season and the wet season. This is a result, primarily by the northeast monsoons which can arrive between October to April and then the southwest monsoon which typically arrives from May to October. Like the other Asian regions, temperatures are humid and hot all year round, averaging from the low 20s to the low 30s - all year holiday temperatures - but there is certainly less fluctuation here than in the mainland regions.
A tropical climate tends to be resent throughout South East Asia. The entire region - not including Burma - lies within the tropics. So whenever you decide to visit on your single, twin or multi-centre the temperatures will be either hot or incredibly hot! Rainfall is notably high across the region but it fluctuates significantly in volume, according to the monsoons. The northeast monsoon and the southwest monsoon are mostly responsible for this. However whether it is a dry or wet season, rain tends to fall pretty frequently here.
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