How Is The Heat In The Philippines?


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Author: V. Reekay

About Me.. In 2011 I made the decision to move to the Philippines within a year. Since 2012 I’ve been traveling through various islands of the Philippines as a full-time Expat. (Mactan, Bohol, Panglao, Moalboal, Dumaguete, Bacong, Boracay, Cebu) I recently spent the year living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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  2. Tagaytay city and Lipa city have average temperatures of 20-22 degrees weather wise the best option. Baguio is too cold. Anyway what car are you looking for?

  3. April and May are usually the hottest months. May usually is the start of the afternoon rain showers. The hardest part for me is stopping that wet sticky feeling forcing me to shower two or three times a day.

  4. I’m always trying to weigh the truth of what is hotter…Florida or the Philippines? I think your right. Florida is hotter and more humid. I think it just seems like the Philippines is worse when your dealing with emissions from vehicles and overall air quality.

  5. Reekay I know that this is an older video but there is one difference now these stupid masks makes it hard to breathe. I am in Cebu City. I walk 3 miles a day but I walk in the Mall or in the evenings but if I am out doors I cheat and pull the mask down only covering my nose and mouth when I approach someone. But if they remove the mask mandate there’s not much of an issue as long as you have an electric fan for sleeping.

  6. Heh, the Philippines doesn’t have anything on summertime here in the US south of I-40 and east of I-35, or even parts of the midwest like Kansas. Pampanga is blessed with being at least partly cloudy most of the time, which helps a lot. The other thing to realize is in the summer in this area of the US, there’s like, what….16 hours of sunlight per day, so you have long periods of the day where you just roast. In the Philippines, it’s tropical so the days only last 12 hours. So it’s not like the hellish summers in the US where you just roast all day. There’s like 4 hours, maybe 6 hours in the “hot season” where it’s uncomfortable.

  7. Last year I was fine with the heat but my god this year is killing me , I am absolutely melting

  8. With all of the walking u did back then, u probably felt better and kept your weight and sugar levels in check!!!

  9. Good video…Its hotter in Vietnam North Northwest of Saigon on the Cambodian border.A lot of 100++ days with high humidity ….Quan Loi come to mind…

  10. I am constantly hearing people complain about how hot it is there. I keep up with Dumaguete weather. It is usually around 83-86 degrees daily. that should translate to a low 90’s heat index. I live in South Texas. We are already getting temperatures in the low to mid 90’s with heat indexes in the 105-110 range. June through August, temperatures here are 95-100 daily and heat indexes of over 110. People who go to the Philippines from colder climates might struggle with the heat. It will actually be cooler there than it is here for me. I work in the heat all day several days a week and I prefer heat over cold any day. Everyday weather in the Philippines is like Spring here. By the way, I live in Corpus Christi, Texas and we get a sea breeze. Without that, we would be much hotter. I wouldn’t want to live in Laredo. I will take the humid heat over the dry heat. I look forward to visiting the Philippines soon and if all goes well, moving there in the next couple of years.

  11. Don’t need to watch (but I will). The heat is ridiculously and I’m built for the heat!

  12. I’ve been there a couple times, usually between June and August and I’d say it’s generally pretty hot, lots of humidity, very heavy air (hot even for a southern european).You are gonna sweat, that’s for sure. Aircon is your best friend. Although I must say that I’ve been to Baguio and Sagada, which are mountainous regions and sometimes it was chilly enough for me to want to wear a light jacket or sweatshirt. So generally pretty warm, but it depends on the altitude of the region

  13. Killers on the road beware of the killer dogs heart health needs lots of steps awesome how you dropped that weight big problem for me…..sitting long periods very bad for heart health
    Keep on trucking car will make you lazy
    I like the walk in talks good stuff thanks keep rolling beeb beeb

  14. The Phils is somewhat consistent w/weather I experienced living 25 yrs. in South Florida. Biggest difference is April-May here is very hot & SFL has longer cooler winter in duration & temp. Outside of Jan. & Feb. here u really don’t feel the cooler weather except perhaps the mountain locales.

  15. Someone asked me if it were hot here, but I said I don’t know, I am not from here 😉

  16. It’s a bit like Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia but a little different. In Darwin you have the Wet season and the Dry season. If you get up there at the start of the Dry by the end of the Dry you will be used to the heat(about 6 months) and then by the end of the Wet(about another 6 months) you will be used to the humidity. The Philippines is slightly different – there is no Wet and Dry there but within 12 months you should have adapted to both the heat and humidity provided that you avoid staying in air condition places all the time.

  17. It’s hot and humid. You can be sitting still and sweat like a pig. I do as the Filipinos, and have a sweat rag down my back and carry a 2nd one in my pocket for my face.

  18. Find i must remind myself to drink much water to eliminate my multi vitamin i take in morning cause the hot weather surely stops you from pissing.

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