Comparing Indonesia with Brunei

Is Indonesia warmer or hotter than Brunei?

On average across the year, Indonesia is approximately as hot as Brunei . Indonesia has an average temperature of 28°C/82°F and Brunei has an average temperature of 28°C/82°F.

Indonesia's hottest month is October, with an average maximum temperature of 33°C/91°F, which is approximately the same temperature as Brunei's hottest month (April, with an average maximum temperature of 33°C/91°F).

Average Monthly Maximum Temperatures
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Is Indonesia colder or cooler than Brunei?

On average across the year, Indonesia is approximately as cold as Brunei . Indonesia has an average minimum temperature of 24°C/75°F and Brunei has an average minimum temperature of 24°C/75°F.

Indonesia's coldest month is July, with an average minimum temperature of 23°C/73°F, which is colder than Brunei's coldest month (January, with an average minimum temperature of 24°C/75°F).

Average Monthly Minimum Temperatures
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Does Indonesia have more rain than Brunei?

On average across the year, no, Indonesia has less rain than Brunei. Indonesia has an average annual rainfall of 74mm and Brunei has an average annual rainfall of 1972mm.

Indonesia's wettest month is December, with an average monthly rainfall of 10mm, which is drier than Brunei's wettest month (November, with an average monthly rainfall of 236mm).

Average Monthly Rainfall
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