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No. It is about the personal degree of comfort. If you wear a T-shirt at 24C, then that's what you need. Just be sure to check the lows too in the region where you are going but the Philippines are quite hot in general, so people from there are feel colder than others at the same temperature. Funny thing is that I did visit the Philippines and noticed that ...


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Ski season ends March 21 - April 5, depending on location (source). So, there is a good chance that you will find at least some snow on the mountains. In the valleys though, everything is possible. You might see snow, or rain, or warm and sunny weather. Sometimes in rapid succession. It's called Aprilwetter.


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Shopping malls and offices in the Philippines often have the aircon set to "arctic blast", so it's particularly common to see people wear jackets at work. You're unlikely to need a jacket otherwise unless you're going mountain climbing.


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Depending on your personal physiology and where you are coming from, maybe, maybe not. Take one along in checked baggage at least. It's all about personal acclimatization. Military personnel have to do it all the time. If you are coming from about the 45th parallel, maybe Michigan in the US, or the UK, or Scandinavia, especially in the fall, winter or early ...


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The Philippines have mountains too and in the evening they certainly get chilly. A popular example of this is Baguio, a city 1,400 meters above sea level both of Manila. Wikipedia reports an average low in December of 13°c, which might not be comfortable with shorts in the humid evening. Most of the country however rarely drops below 20°c, which is a little ...


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Bali seems to be a major destination for Australian visitors during their holiday season. One reason for this is because from some places in Australia it is both less expensive and less time consuming to travel to Indonesia than all the way across Australia. Thus many australian families choose to meet in Bali once a year instead visiting each other in ...


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The "Deutscher Wetterdienst" publishes temparature data of the past here, e.g. for Feldberg which is the highest point in the Black Forest. So at least this year (2020) the temparatures at end of March have been around 0 Celcius, and you probably would have run into some patches of snow especially in higher areas and shadowy corners. But the ...


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