Kuala Lumpur: March Weather AveragesDaily averages for March
|Sunshine Hours||7 hrs|
|Rainfall days||17 days|
|Chance of Rain||60 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||99 %|
Daily averages for March
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Averages for Kuala Lumpur in March
Kuala Lumpur is a marvelous city that attracts millions each year with its unique cultural blend, its low prices, its unparalleled nightlife and strong shopping scene. The city is considered an alpha world city and is in fact the sixth most visited city in the whole world. Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and arguably the most beautiful place in the whole country.
March may be a relatively wet month in Kuala Lumpur but the warm weather and the vibrant life there make the city well worth the visit during this month. Sea temperature rises up to an alluring 29 degrees Celsius in March and daytime average temperatures stay around a comfy 28 degrees, with high peaks reaching 33 degrees and lows at 23. The city enjoys 7 hours of sunshine on average and about every second day has some kind rainfall that amounts to 260 mm throughout the month.
Business travellers and those who seek slick accommodation that befits entrepreneurs, the Traders Hotel will impress with its post-modern architecture and futuristic design. Situated beneath the famous Petronas Twin Towers (the tallest twin buildings in the world) the Traders Hotel is a prime spot where businessmen and high profile celebrities reside during their stay in Kuala Lumpur. The hotel is spacious and perfectly situated in the commercial epictentre of Kuala Lumpur, the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) and offers direct access to to the world-class Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. The hotel perfectly caters to smart businessmen and leisure travellers with numerous facilities including private meeting rooms, offices, business centre, in-room broadband connection and more.
For those seeking a unique culinary experience, The Dining In The Dark restaurant will offer an unforgettable dining experience. Serving all foods in total darkness, the Dining in The Dark depends on all senses apart from sight to make a culinary impact. With the eyes closed, all other senses take over and tastes are experienced better in a finer, new dimension.
Art lovers should not miss to visit the Dewan Filharmonik where the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra performs on a weekly basis.