Glittering skyscrapers, ancient kingdoms, and pristine beaches: these are just a few features that make up the world’s largest continent, Asia. Having a bundle of diverse countries comprising it, Asia is an intriguing and the most captivating destination in the World.
Russia is Asia’s largest country, also the biggest in the world, a fascinating place to visit and admire the grand splendor of its major cities. Russia’s neighbor, China, is another vast country with bustling cities and ancient villages that would take years to fully explore.
Although much smaller in scale than China, the Southeast Asian country, India, is a mixture of various cultures altogether with thousands of different languages spoken and around eight major religions professed. When visiting India it’s easy to fall in love with its people; their love and welcoming gestures almost makes it a feel at home place. Thailand is a traveler’s favorite paradise, each year drawing crowds of visitors keen to see its idyllic beaches, ancient ruins, high-end resorts and the bustling metropolis, and Bangkok.
India and Thailand have their share of beautiful monsoons, Japan, its typhoons and Russia turns into a winter wonderland covered in snow blankets. The weather in Asia does differ considerably and depending on which country you’re visiting you’ll always need to check before booking your trip so that you can be well prepared in advance.
Japan is beautiful between the months of March and May when cherry blossoms bloom and makes it even more beautiful, although the weather is pleasant at the end of August and September it is their typhoon season. On the other hand, the Philippines is lovely during the same months as Japan – March to May – but from June to October is the wet monsoon season which should be avoided.
In general, the best months to visit India and Sri Lanka are from November to March. Where you must try to avoid visiting these countries during its monsoon season; anywhere from May to September.
The country that experiences the most extreme weather conditions is Russia; it gets bitterly cold in winters i.e. from November to early April – and becomes unbearably hot in July and August. While the UAE, on the other hand, doesn't really have different seasons: it's generally warm throughout the year, with the exception of August when the heat can reach the high 90s, hence should be avoided.