A report on Tropical monsoon climate

Worldwide zones of tropical monsoon climate (Am).
Worldwide zones of tropical monsoon climate (Am).
Magdalena River at Honda, Colombia.

Tropical climate sub-type that corresponds to the Köppen climate classification category Am.

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Worldwide zones of tropical monsoon climate (Am).

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Kochi

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Major port city on the Malabar Coast of India bordering the Laccadive Sea, which is a part of the Arabian Sea.

Major port city on the Malabar Coast of India bordering the Laccadive Sea, which is a part of the Arabian Sea.

Portuguese explorer Pedro Álvares Cabral established Portuguese influence in Kochi (Cochim) in 1500, which lasted until 1663.
Names, routes and locations of the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea (1st century CE)
Map of Kochi in the 1635 Livro das Plantas de Todas as Fortalezas, a catalogue of
The Paradesi Synagogue is the oldest active synagogue in both India and the Commonwealth of Nations.
A view of Thevara from Kundannur bridge.
The Santa Cruz Basilica at Fort Kochi is one of the eight Basilicas in India
Dharmanath Jain Temple at Mattancherry
Aster Medcity is one of the largest hospitals in the country
Akshara Mandiram at Marine Drive

Under the Köppen climate classification, Kochi features a tropical monsoon climate (Am).

A Dutch map in 1638 showing Bengal, Chittagong and Arakan

Chittagong

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Second-largest city in Bangladesh after Dhaka.

Second-largest city in Bangladesh after Dhaka.

A Dutch map in 1638 showing Bengal, Chittagong and Arakan
Dutch VOC ships in Chittagong, 1702
Painting of Chittagong in 1822
Hilltop mansions and bungalows historically dominated Chittagong's skyline
Royal Air Force Thunderbolts lined up at Chittagong in 1944
Port of Chittagong in 1960
Mohammad Yusuf Chowdhury Road in the Tigerpass area, an example of the city's hilly landscape
A meeting between the Bangladesh Navy and US Navy in Chittagong
Aziz Court Imperial is the tallest building in Chittagong
Jamiatul Falah, one of the largest mosques in Chittagong
Chatteshwari Temple
Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, one of the five public engineering universities in Bangladesh
University of Chittagong
Chittagong Medical College and Hospital
A MAN SE double decker bus on the N1 highway between Dhaka and Chittagong
Shah Amanat International Airport
Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium
A golf course in Chittagong
Chittagong Court Building, an example of Indo-Saracenic architecture in Chittagong
The Indo-Saracenic old terminal of Chittagong Railway Station
Commonwealth War Cemetery, Chittagong
Forestry Institute, Chittagong University
An abandoned zamindar house
Masjid Siraj-ud-Daulah, a mosque named after the last Nawab of Bengal
An abandoned mansion
An art deco building in Agrabad
Apartment buildings in the affluent Khulshi area

Under the Köppen climate classification, Chittagong has a tropical monsoon climate (Am).

Aerial view of Calamba landing field, circa 1940s

Calamba, Laguna

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1st class component city in the province of Laguna, Philippines.

1st class component city in the province of Laguna, Philippines.

Aerial view of Calamba landing field, circa 1940s
Matang Tubig Cave, where American soldiers hid during World War II from 1942
CPIP in Barangay Batino
Jeepneys at the Calamba Central Terminal.
Calamba Station
CMC Medical Center & Tower in Barangay Real
Official Calamba City seal
Stop Light in Halang
Checkpoint, captured at Paseo De Calamba in Paciano Rizal
Calamba City Hall
Saint John Baptist Church (Calamba Church)
Calamba Claypot
Republic Wakepark Canlubang
Rizal Shrine
AMA Computer College Calamba White Bldg.
Asian Computer College Annex Bldg.
City College of Calamba
Citi Clobal College Annex
Don Bosco College, Canlubang
Laguna College Business and Arts
Liceo de Calamba
Mary Help of Christians, Canlubang
University of Perpetual Help System - Dalta
Xavier School Nuvali
 Saint Benilde International School (Calamba) Inc.
Dr. Jose Rizal
Delfina Herbosa de Natividad
Gen. Vicente Lim
Ronato "Ronnie" Alcano
Official Calamba City seal

Calamba has a tropical monsoon climate (type Am), with a short dry season and a longer rainy season.

A map of Annam drafted by Alexandre de Rhodes. "Cua han" appears along the coast (upside-down, left of centre).

Da Nang

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Class-1 municipality and the fifth-largest city in Vietnam by municipal population.

Class-1 municipality and the fifth-largest city in Vietnam by municipal population.

A map of Annam drafted by Alexandre de Rhodes. "Cua han" appears along the coast (upside-down, left of centre).
Da Nang in the painting Giao Chỉ quốc mậu dịch độ hải đồ (交趾国渡航図巻) of Chaya Shinroku (茶屋新六) in the 17th century.
French warships off Đà Nẵng (Tourane) September 1858. What started as a punitive campaign against the Vietnamese, had turned into a long, bitter and costly defeat for the Franco-Spanish Force.
U.S. helicopters at Da Nang Air Base, 1965
Paracel Islands (Vietnamese names)
Widespread flooding in Da Nang in the wake of Typhoon Ketsana.
The People's Committee of Da Nang City
Inside Hàn Market.
Gymnasiums of Da Nang
A sign at the University of Đà Nẵng's main campus, on Le Duan Street.
A Vietnam Airlines jet is boarded in front of the new terminal of Da Nang International Airport
Da Nang International Airport.
The Hải Vân Pass
Hai Van Tunnel North Entrance
The Legend of the Seas calls at Da Nang Port in February 2009.

Da Nang has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons: a typhoon and wet season from September to December and a dry season from January to August.

Yangon

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Capital of the Yangon Region and the largest city of Myanmar (also known as Burma).

Capital of the Yangon Region and the largest city of Myanmar (also known as Burma).

Rangoon and Environ map, 1911
A view of the Cantonment Gardens (now Kandaw Minglar Garden) in 1868
Damage of central Rangoon in the aftermath of World War II
Yangon metropolitan area
Map of Yangon
Strand Road, Yangon
City square in downtown Yangon
Yangon at night
Yangon cityscape from Hledan
Yangon Secretariat Office
Kandawgyi Lake, a popular park near downtown Yangon
Inside T2, Yangon International Airport
Yangon Central Railway Station
Traffic at Anawrahta Road, presumably during peak hours
Yangon Water Bus plies the Yangon (Hlaing) River between Botahtaung and Insein every hour throughout the day
The Karaweik at night time, at Kandawgyi Lake, which is one of a few major recreational parks in Yangon
Hindu temple procession cart
Thuwunna Stadium
Cargo ships on the shores of Yangon River, just offshore of Downtown Yangon
A street market in 1976
Traffic congestion in Yangon
University of Medicine 1
Yangon General Hospital
Shwedagon Pagoda
Sule Pagoda
Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda
St Mary's Cathedral at the corner of Bo Aung Kyaw Road

Yangon has a tropical monsoon climate (Am) under the Köppen climate classification system.

The skyline of Malé

Malé

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Capital and most populous city of the Maldives.

Capital and most populous city of the Maldives.

The skyline of Malé
Detail aerial view of Malé
Velana International Airport
Malé, Medhu Ziyaaraiy, 1958
Malé, Bodu Buruzu, 1960
Malé Friday Mosque
Malé beachfront, 1984
Malé beachfront, 1984
Sultan Park
Old Parliament Building
2004 Aerial view of the whole of Malé proper on the eponymous island, prior to the construction of the Sinamalé Bridge.
Aerial Picture of the port of Malé.

Malé has a tropical monsoon climate under the Köppen climate classification.

Names, routes and locations of the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea (1st century CE)

Kozhikode

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City along the Malabar Coast in the state of Kerala in India.

City along the Malabar Coast in the state of Kerala in India.

Names, routes and locations of the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea (1st century CE)
Vasco da Gama's arrival in Calicut in 1498 ushered in five centuries of rule of the Portuguese Empire in India, lasting until 1961.
Uru, a type of ship that was historically used for maritime trade, built at Beypore, Kozhikode
Image of Kozhikode, India from Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg's atlas Civitates Orbis terrarum, 1572
The path Vasco da Gama took to reach Kozhikode (black line) in 1498, which was also the discovery of a sea route from Europe to India, and eventually paved way for the European colonisation of Indian subcontinent.
India in early 1320 CE. Note that most of the parts of present-day state of Kerala was under the influence of the Zamorin of Kozhikode.
The Focus Mall, the first shopping mall of its kind in the State
MediaOne TV Headquarters And Studio

Kozhikode has a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen climate classification Am).

Thiruvananthapuram

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Capital of the Indian state of Kerala.

Capital of the Indian state of Kerala.

Painting by Raja Ravi Varma depicting Richard Temple-Grenville, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos being greeted by Visakham Thirunal, with Ayilyam Thirunal of Travancore looking on, during Buckingham's visit to Thiruvananthapuram in early 1880
Padmanabhaswamy Temple is the richest temple in the world.
Padmanabhapuram Palace
A map of Malabar Coast drawn by Homann Heirs in 1733. At that time, Travancore was only a small territory wedged between Kollam and Kanyakumari, as shown in the map (Present-day districts of Trivandrum and Kanyakumari only). The vast region of Malabar Coast between Kannur and Kollam was under the control of Zamorin of Calicut then. It was in the latter half of 18th century, that Travancore inherited the kingdoms up to Cochin and became a powerful kingdom, and Thiruvananthapuram became a major city of Kerala.
Thambiran Vanakkam was printed at Kollam, the capital of Venad in 1578, during the Portuguese Era. It holds the record of the first book printed in any Indian language. It was written in the language Lingua Malabar Tamul, which was spoken in Southern Kerala (Kollam-Thiruvananthapuram area) during the medieval period.
A language map of India prepared in 1822.
Kowdiar Palace built-in 1915 was the official residence of the Travancore Royal Family.
Kerala Legislative Assembly Building
The Kerala Government Secretariat is the seat of administration of the Government of Kerala
A part of Infosys campus. Thiruvananthapuram is a major IT hub in India.
Harvesting lotus leaves from Vellayani Lake.
Established in 1855, the Napier Museum contains a vast collection of Ancient paintings and archaeological artefacts
Attukal Pongala festival marks the world's largest gathering of women
16th IFFK 2011 banner at Kairali Theater Complex
Trivandrum International Airport
A KSRTC Double-decker bus in the city
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Sports Hub (Greenfield Stadium) during the India vs New Zealand T20

The city has a climate that lies on the border between a tropical savanna climate (Köppen Aw) and a tropical monsoon climate (Am).

1874 map showing native wells situated within the future site of Cairns

Cairns

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City in Queensland, Australia, on the tropical north east coast of Far North Queensland.

City in Queensland, Australia, on the tropical north east coast of Far North Queensland.

1874 map showing native wells situated within the future site of Cairns
Farm in Cairns in 1897
Cairns War Memorial, circa 1936
The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway goes over the rainforest and is one of the city's main tourist attractions.
The Mulgrave River running through the Goldsbrough Valley to the south of Gordonvale.
Fruit bats hanging from a mango tree, central Cairns
City centre of Cairns
Tropical beach in Cairns
The Lagoon on the Cairns Esplanade on the left, separated by the boardwalk from the ocean on the right, at low tide
Cairns at night; the wharves. The casino's dome can be seen in the background.
Cairns Pier
The Bruce Highway in Cairns southern suburbs at morning peak hour.
Railway workers on the Cairns Railway with a view of Glacier Rock in the background, ca. 1891.
Cairns International Airport
Cairns Marina
The Cairns Hospital from the air facing south.
Cazaly's Stadium
Cairns Museum
View of the pier and Esplanade at dawn
City centre
Glass bottom boats and a Semi submarine at Green Island, Great Barrier Reef, outer Cairns
Jack Barnes Bicentennial Mangrove Boardwalk
A Great Barrier Reef ferry, Green Island, outer Cairns
Kuranda scenic railway, Kuranda
Mossman river and Gorge, Daintree National Park, outskirts of Cairns
Moved termite mounds, Mareeba, Queensland, outskirts of Cairns
Queensland rescue Helicopter, Green Island, Great Barrier Reef, outskirts of Cairns
Marine stingers sign, Trinity beach, Cairns
Hastings Reef
City landscape

Cairns experiences a tropical climate, specifically a tropical monsoon climate (Am) under the Köppen climate classification.

Douala

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Largest city in Cameroon and its economic capital.

Largest city in Cameroon and its economic capital.

The German corvette at the bombardment of Hickorytown, Cameroon (today Duala) on December 21, 1884
Lake parcour vita douala Cameroon
Société Camerounaise de dépôt pétrolier douala Cameroon
Bridge over the Wouri River
Palace of the Kings Bell
Statue of King Akwa in front of the King Akwa Museum
Temple of Centeneire
Gare de Bessengué, Douala's train station
Douala International Airport
Douala seaport
Mboppi market
Bonamousadi douala Cameroon
Akwa Kings Monument
Palais Dika Akwa
Akwa King tomb
Bonalembe Baptist church
Akwa Palace
Church of Our Lady of Victories
central mosque
Lycée de New-Bell Classrooms
Lycée Joss Entrance
Interior of Lycée Joss
Lycée de New-Bell Entrance
Interior of Lycée de New-Bell
Tailoring
Retailer
Female Mechanic
Car washing
Mobile trader
Taxi driving
Drug selling
Street Vendor
Bread Baking
Carpentry
Carpenter at work
Shoe making
Hand made shoes for sale
Fruits Seller
Pot Making
Chicken seller at Makepe market
Motorbike drivers

Douala features a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen climate classification Am), with relatively consistent temperatures throughout the course of the year, though the city experiences somewhat cooler temperatures in July and August.