Several countries border the seaside of the South China Sea, including: Borneo (Kalimantan), Brunei, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Palawan island, Philippines, Singapore and Sumatra. We measure the water temperature daily in these countries and archive it in order to calculate monthly averages, like those of the month of february.
The seasonal average for the water temperature in the month of february is between 59°F and 85°F. The lowest sea temperature measured this month is 55°F and the highest is 86°F.
The sea temperature map of the South China Sea in february
The map below presents a monthly average of the water temperature of the South China Sea for the month of february for several coastal cities. You can zoom and move around on the map. By clicking on the markers, you can see sea temperature details by city in february.
Where can you swim in the South China Sea in february?
Below, see the average temperatures measured in february in the different countries on the shores of the South China Sea.
Water temperature of the South China Sea: choose another month
See monthly seasonal averages of the water temperature of the South China Sea by clicking on the links below: