Geography in Malaysia

Malaysia sits on the South China Sea in the focal point of Southeast Asia. The nation is sickling molded, beginning with Peninsular Malaysia (West Malaysia) and reaches out to another area, Sabah and Sarawak (East Malaysia), situated on the island of Borneo. 

The aggregate zone of Malaysia is roughly 330,000 square km, with its vast majority situated on the island of Borneo. Peninsular Malaysia just involves roughly 40% of the aggregate region. 

Malaysia's atmosphere is hot and damp with relative warm extending from 80 - 90 percent, aside from in the good countries. The temperature midpoints from 70-90 degrees F (20-30 degrees C) consistently. The tropical atmosphere is experienced all year with the blustery season fluctuating on the banks of Peninsular Malaysia. The west drift has its stormy season from September through December with the east drift (and Sarawak and Sabah) encountering it's from October through February. 

There are woodlands covering over a portion of Malaysia, with outstanding tropical backwoods in Sabah and Sarawak. Deforestation is an issue the nation is managing because of logging and hydroelectric activities.

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