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Borneo Weather in June, Indonesia

Borneo Averages June


  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    10 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    190 mm

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Borneo Daily Averages June

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What's The Weather Like In Borneo In June

June falls in the middle of the dry season in Borneo, a huge island in Southeast Asia that comprises three countries, Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia. It is world-famous for its biodiversity and wildlife, most notably its orangutans. In addition, the island features stunning beaches, coral reefs, rainforests, mountains and many fascinating cultures and languages. Borneo is as tropical and exotic a destination as you will find anywhere in the world.

The month of June is one of the most popular months to travel to Borneo, which is hardly surprising considering the full 10 hours of sunshine on offer on average every day, the fact that this is the dry season and that temperatures are soaring.


In June, the thermometer indicates temperatures that climb to an average high of 33°C in the afternoons, which is exceptionally hot even for a tropical destination. At night, the mercury doesn't fall below 24°C on average. This heat might be uncomfortable for people who aren't used to it, so it is advised to make sure that there is air-conditioning in your room and that you drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration.

June is the third warmest month of the year in this corner of the world, after July and August. The average day temperature is 29°C.


With June being a relatively dry monthhis is the dry season in Borneoou don't have to worry about rain spoiling your fun. However, as this is a destination on the equator, there will always be a chance of rainfall.

The probability that it will rain on any given day in June is about 64%. Thunderstorms are basically the only rainfall type this time of year, occurring 66% of the time when it rains. The total amount of rainfall in June is 190mm, which makes this the fourth driest month, after March, April and July.

Borneo Hotels In June

Aston Samarinda Hotel & Convention Center

The Aston Samarinda Hotel & Convention Center is in the centre of Samarinda City and connected to Samarinda Central Plaza. Located in an area filled with eateries, shops and entertainment venues, this recommended place to stay also has a wide range of amenities. The indoor pool, free parking, coffee bar, business facilities, fitness centre and spa will all make your vacation in June as comfortable as possible.

Amaris Hotel Samarinda

Also in Samarinda City is the Amaris Hotel Samarinda, an affordable two-star hotel offering its guests modern accommodation in a minimalistic interior. There is free Wi-Fi in all areas and free parking. Meals can be enjoyed at the hotel's restaurant, while the city's attractions are within easy reach.

Swiss-Belhotel Borneo Samarinda

A third suggested place to stay in Samarinda City in June is the Swiss-Belhotel Borneo Samarinda. This popular hotel offers excellent accommodation and boasts a great location near many of the city's major attractions, such as the Central Plaza and the Mahakam River. Facilities range from a ballroom and four function rooms to an in-house restaurant, business centre, swimming pool, fitness centre and spa.

Borneo Beaches For June

Melawai Beach

You can find refuge from the heat3°C on average in the afternoonn the many breathtaking beaches in Kalimantan. Consider, for example, visiting Melawai Beach, one of the most popular beaches in Balikpapan. This touristy beach is well-known for its plethora of beachfront eateries and cafés, and for its amazing sunsets. The beach itself is rather narrow, though, especially at high tide. Swimming and diving aren't recommendedhis is mainly a beach to visit for its liveliness and atmosphere, which are definitely unique.

Bars And Restaurants

Saung Pasundan

Saung Pasundan in Samarinda is a recommended place to go for a bite to eat when you're visiting or staying in the city. Its menu is rather extensive, including everything from jerked meats and stir fried dishes to lots of vegetarian dishes and a wide range of fruit juices.

Bakso Lapangan Tembak Senayan

Bakso Lapangan Tembak Senayan is another nice restaurant in the city. Its specialty is meatballs, which are served and prepared in a variety of ways. This is a popular niche restaurant, one that you should definitely check out if you like meat.


A third suggestion is Zushioda, a themed restaurant serving primarily sushi. Its interior consists of low tables and seating on the floor.

Things To Do In Borneo In June


One of the largest cities in Borneo is Banjarmasin. You can travel here either by plane via other cities in Indonesia, or by bus. The capital of South Kalimantan, Banjarmasin lies on an island in a delta formed by the Martapura and Barito Rivers, which explains the city's nickname "River City." The city has a few interesting attractions, most notably the floating market in the city's western outskirts, the impressive Sabilal Muhtadin Mosque and its historic gem trade.

Diamond Tour

Book up the Diamond Tour at the Cempaka district in Martapura (the Diamond City) during your vacation in June and see how diamonds are panned. If you strike it rich, the land owners receive 10% of the found diamonds. There are four types of diamond to be found here: petrous, black, white and pink. Note that it's strictly forbidden for women to step over the pits.

This region also has a few Dayak traditional longhouses (large enough for 100 people) open to visitors.