Floods in Malaysia are regular natural disasters in Malaysia which happen nearly every year during the monsoon season.
Given Malaysia’s geographical location, most floods that occur are a natural result of cyclical monsoons during the local tropical wet season that are characterised by heavy and regular rainfall from roughly October to March.
Inadequate drainage in many urban areas also enhance the effects of heavy rain, though efforts are underway to resolve this.
Floods in Southern Johor was believed to be caused by the Gore Effect. This is because Johor is not within the usual monsoon affected zone.
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