Temperature of the water of the South China Sea Temperature of the sea today and by month of the South China Sea

Do you want to go swimming somewhere on the shore of the South China Sea? When should you go to be sure you'll have perfect water and be able to swim in pleasant conditions? Now or later? Below is the answer with today's water temperature of the South China Sea and the water temperature by month and by country.

Several countries border the shores of the South China Sea. We measure sea temperature daily in 6 countries or regions, including: China, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam .

The water temperature right now is at least 68°F and at most 85°F.

The seasonal average water temperature is between 68°F and 84°F (see water temperatures of the South China Sea in march).


The map of water temperatures of the South China Sea in real time

The map below shows today's water temperature of the South China Sea for several coastal cities. You can zoom and move around on the map. By clicking on the markers, you can see details by city.

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Where can I swim in the South China Sea today?

Find below today's temperature in the various countries on the shores of the South China Sea. Temperatures are measured on the coast, so these are swimming temperatures.

China

Today's water temperature at the shore of the South China Sea:

68°F to 74°F

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Malaysia

Today's water temperature at the shore of the South China Sea:

83°F to 85°F

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Philippines

Today's water temperature at the shore of the South China Sea:

83°F

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Singapore

Today's water temperature at the shore of the South China Sea:

85°F

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Taiwan

Today's water temperature at the shore of the South China Sea:

76°F to 77°F

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Vietnam

Today's water temperature at the shore of the South China Sea:

68°F to 77°F

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Water temperature of the South China Sea: by month

See monthly seasonal averages of the water temperature of the South China Sea by clicking on the links below:

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