INTERACTIVE: Which parts of Malaysia are suffering the most from continuous rain?

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 05 Dec 2023

Malaysia is currently experiencing wet weather due to the northeast monsoon season, which began in the middle of November and will last until March 2024. — KK SHAM/The Star

PETALING JAYA: As Malaysia braces for more downpours and potential floods, Kuantan in Pahang has emerged as the area that was most frequently faced with continuous rainfall this year.

The district, located in the northeast of Pahang, received a total of 49 alerts for continuous rain – the most recorded between January and Dec 4 this year.

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