Topography and Climate

Topography and Climate

 

Kuala Penyu is located on the Klias Peninsula, which was once originally covered with mangrove swamp forests but has diminished to a certain extent. There are long stretches of sandy beaches (80 km) along the coast, facing the South China sea.

 

The land surface of the district is flat terrain with padi fields, and hills of between 30 – 152 meters in height.

 

The climate in this district is fairly dry.  The dry season generally starts between January and April, whereas the rainy season starts between May and December. Mean temperature is between 21c – 26c and the annual rainfall is between 1582mm – 3024mm.