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Where Is Hot in July?


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Where’s hot in July


Av. High Temp


Singapore 31º 12 hours
East Coast Malaysia 32º 12 hours
Kalamata 31º 12 hours
Jersey 20º 8.5 hours
Koh Phangan 29º 7 hours
South Carolina 31º 10 hours
Zante 31º 11 hours
Cairns 26º 8 hours
Skiathos 29º 12 hours
Easter Island 20º 5 hours


  • Temperature: 31º
  • Sunshine: 12 hours
  • Rainy days: 10
  • Flight Time: 13 hours

Located just off the coast of Malaysia, Singapore is a popular choice for a stopover break with those who are travelling to Australia or New Zealand. it’s also a great destination to discover as part of a multi-centre holiday with other countries in southeast Asia. While temperatures are very consistent throughout the year, July is a quieter month with less tourists visiting due to higher humidity. Every trip to Singapore will undoubtedly include a visit to the iconic Gardens by the Bay and a stay on the resort island of Sentosa. Singapore hosts its annual Food Festival for 17 days during July, so an awesome draw for foodies.

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'Supertrees' in Singapore's Grove Gardens

East Coast Malaysia

  • Temperature: 32º
  • Sunshine: 12 hours
  • Rainy days: 9
  • Flight Time: 13 hours 15 minutes (based on a flight to Kuala Lumpur with onward journey required)

Malaysia’s East Coast comprises laid-back coastal towns and villages, white sand beaches and plenty of options for exploring the water and discovering its incredible marine life. During July you can expect the weather to be largely hot and pretty dry and this is therefore considered to be the best time to visit versus the rainy season of October to March.

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Powdery white sand beach on Tioman Island, Malaysia


  • Temperature: 31º
  • Sunshine: 12 hours
  • Rainy days: 4
  • Flight Time: 3 hours 40 mins

The ancient Greek city of Kalamata is located at the very south of the nation’s mainland, approximately 150 miles southwest of Athens. During the summer months (and especially July and August), temperatures regularly top 31ºC by day and there is very little chance of rain at all. It’s rather pleasant at night with temperatures at around 18ºC, so lovely for an evening stroll or for dining outside.

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Aerial view of Kitries in Kalamata, Greece


  • Temperature: 20º
  • Sunshine: 8.5 hours
  • Rainy days: 6
  • Flight Time: 1 hour

July sees the best of Jersey‘s weather, so a great month to head on over to the island and explore its many beaches and historical places of interest. Locally produced food is a big deal in Jersey and there’s no shortage of restaurants to stop off for a healthy lunch or sumptuous evening meal.

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Active water pursuits in Jersey

Koh Phangan

  • Temperature: 29º
  • Sunshine: 7 hours
  • Rainy days: 12
  • Flight Time: 14 hours

The island of Koh Phangan on the Gulf of Thailand enjoys very warm temperatures during the mid-summer and rainfall that may come in short afternoon bursts. It’s a superb choice of destination for those seeking diversity in their holiday – with the option to chill by day and enjoy a more energetic time at night.

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Haad Than Sadet Beach on Koh Phangan, Thailand

South Carolina

  • Temperature: 31º
  • Sunshine: 10 hours
  • Rainy days: 12
  • Flight Time: 11 hours

The most recommended times to visit South Carolina are mid to late spring and early autumn when the temperatures are lest hot and humid than July and August. However, if you prefer to travel when the mercury is at its peak, you’ll enjoy incredible weather along the coast for a beach stay at this time of year in Hilton Head, Myrtle Beach or the beautiful, historic city of Charleston.

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Downtown in historic Charleston, South Carolina


  • Temperature: 31º
  • Sunshine: 11 hours
  • Rainy days: 2
  • Flight Time: 3 hours 30 mins

Boasting some of the most incredible coastal scenery in all of Greece, Zante is a popular choice for travellers looking for a European beach getaway during the summer. July and August are certainly the hottest months and the former also holds claim to being the driest month of the year. 

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Famous Navagio Beach- in Zante, Greece

Cairns & Surroundings

  • Temperature: 26º
  • Sunshine: 8 hours
  • Rainy days: 5
  • Flight Time: 21 hours

While there are undoubtedly hotter months that you’ll experience through the year in Cairns, July is way more comfortable, and avoids any heavy rainfall. It’s actually the coolest month, but prices to get away are therefore cheaper. If you are looking for more heat through which to enjoy the reef, then you could opt for September or October, when it’s still outside of any rainy season while avoiding the peak temperatures of December to January.

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Nudey Beach on Fitzroy Island, Cairns region of Australia


  • Temperature: 29º
  • Sunshine: 12 hours
  • Rainy days: 4
  • Flight Time: 3 hours 25 mins

Skiathos is a rather small island in the Aegean Sea that enjoys average daily temperatures of around 29º in July with next to no rain in the month. The beaches are golden and the vibe is pretty chilled and the scenery is most definitely idyllic.

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Old part of town in Skiathos, Greece

Easter Island

  • Temperature: 20º
  • Sunshine: 5 hours
  • Rainy days: 15
  • Flight Time: 25 hours

If you’re looking to get as far away from modern civilisation as possible, the remote Easter Island is one of the places to head to (no fast food franchises are found here). Located in the South Pacific Ocean, it’s actually 3,500km from Chile and is favoured as a destination to explore as part of a multi-centre trip with one of South America’s west coast countries, such as Equador, Chile or Peru. The island’s climate is sub-tropical and July sees cooler temperatures than other times in the year, but cheaper prices to reflect that – making such a long-haul trip way more affordable.

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Moais Ahu of Tongariki on Easter Island, Chile