Asia is the world’s largest continent and thus has the most diverse and extreme climate differences on earth. Most of our Asian destinations can be visited throughout the year with a very few extreme hot or cold exceptions. We plan our travel experiences based on where in Asia you are going and during what season. For example, Southeast Asia should be avoided during the spring monsoon season, Mongolia avoided in winter due to extreme cold, and India in summer due to high heat and humidity.
Deciding when to visit Asia depends on where you wish to visit, what type of weather you enjoy, and how much of a bargain you want to take advantage of low season pricing
In general, in South and Southeast Asia, the best weather times to visit are in Winter, the times when Northeast Asia and Central Asia is not a good time to visit. Spring and Fall offer the mildest weather in most Asian destinations although there are frequent holiday and festival periods then which are both interesting to see and challenging to endure due to increased local tourism. Summer is good everywhere except in the monsoon prone tropical destinations and the arid deserts of India and China.