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Top 10 Warmest Cities in the World

CachHayNhat - Most people in the world live in places with seasonal weather. Every year there is a period when it gets colder and a period when it gets warmer. But there are also places on our planet where warm weather lasts all year. Temperatures there, on average, tend to never drop below 20°C / 68°F. But which places are the absolute warmest in the world? Here is a list of the 10 warmest cities in the world. The ranking includes major cities with populations of at least 100,000 and is based on the average annual temperature in said city.


Top 10 warmest cities in the world

The 10 Warmest Cities in the World

Average temperature: 30°C / 86°F

Average temperature: 29,9°C / 85,8°F

Average temperature: 29,9°C / 85,8°F

Average temperature: 29,3°C / 84,7°F

Average temperature: 29,3°C / 84,7°F

Average temperature: 29,1°C / 83,5°F

Average temperature: 29,1°C / 84,4°F

Average temperature: 28,8°C / 83,8°F

Average temperature: 28,5°C / 83,3°F

Average temperature: 28,5°C / 83,3°F

The warmest cities in the world are based on average daily temperatures (24 hours) of cities with populations of at least 100,000 according to data from the past two decades. Wire cutter: Higher average high temperature.


10 warmest cities in the world


1. Bosaso, Somalia

Downtown Bosaso, Somalia.
Downtown Bosaso, Somalia.

Bosaso, Puntland, Somalia (Africa)

Average temperature: 30°C / 86°F


Average high temperature: 35.0°C / 95.0°F

Average low temperature: 25.0°C / 77.0°F

Climate zone: Hot desert


Population: 290,000


Bosaso is the warmest city in the world. The average daily temperature in Bosa is 30°C / 86°F . The city is located in the autonomous region of Puntland in Northern Somalia. It is also located on the northern coast of Somalia at the Gulf of Aden and is therefore characterized by a hot desert climate. Bosaso has a population of about 290,000 and is known as the wealthiest and safest city in Somalia. a country affected by an ongoing civil war and constant Islamic terrorist attacks.


 

2. Khartoum, Sudan / Omdurman, Sudan

Overlooking the banks of the Nile in Khartoum with Omdurman in the background.
Overlooking the banks of the Nile in Khartoum with Omdurman in the background.

Khartoum / Omdurman, Khartoum State, Sudan (Africa)

Average temperature: 29.9°C / 85.8°F


Average high temperature: 37.0°C / 98.6°F

Average low temperature: 22.8°C / 73.0°F

Climate zone: Hot desert


Population: 640,000 (Khartoum) / 2.4 million (Omdurman)


Sudan's capital Khartoum and its adjoining city Omdurman are collectively known as the second warmest city in the world. On an average day of the year you can expect an average temperature of 29.9°C / 85.8°F . While Khartoum is the capital of Sudan, neighboring Omdurman is the country's most populous city with about 2.4 million people. Taken together, more than 3 million people live in the urban area right on the Nile. Thus, the second warmest major city in the world is located on the banks of the longest river in the world. The area is located on the southeastern edge of the Sahara and is therefore also characterized by a hot desert climate.


 

3. DJIBOUTI CITY, Djibouti

Djibouti city near city beach.
Djibouti city near city beach.

Djibouti City, Djibouti Region, Djibouti (Africa)

Average temperature: 29.9°C / 85.8°F


Average high temperature: 33.9°C / 93.0°F

Average low temperature: 25.9°C / 78.6°F

Climate zone: Hot desert climate


Population: 560,000

Djibouti City is the capital of the country Djibouti and the third warmest city in the world. Djibouti City has an average temperature of 29.9°C / 85.8°F and is therefore the same average as Khartoum, but the average temperature is higher (33.9°C vs 37°C for Khartoum ). The city of Djibouti is located in the Gulf of Tadjoura on the southeast coast of Africa. Djibouti is the capital and largest city, with about 560,000 people and more than 70% of the population of this small African country living in Djibouti City. The city has a hot desert climate.


 

4. Niamey, Niger

The Kennedy Bridge in Niamey, connecting the two sides of the city across the Niger River.
The Kennedy Bridge in Niamey, connecting the two sides of the city across the Niger River.

Niamey, Niamey Region, Niger (Africa)

Average temperature: 29.3°C / 84.7°F


Average high temperature: 36.2°C / 97.2°F

Average low temperature: 22.4°C / 72.3°F

Climate zone: Semi-arid climate


Population: 1.3 million


Niamey is the next capital in this ranking of the Top 10 warmest cities in the world. The country's capital Niger showed an average temperature of 29.3°C / 84.7°F . The Niger River, the 10th longest river in the world, flows through the city in West Africa. About 1.3 million people now live in the rapidly growing capital, Niger. The city and the entire region are marked by a semi-arid climate. Niamey is therefore also the warmest major city in the world outside of the hot desert climate.


 

5. Garissa, Kenya

Main road in Garissa.
Main road in Garissa.

Garissa, Garissa County, Kenya (Africa)

Average temperature: 29.3°C / 84.7°F


Average high temperature: 35.8°C / 96.5°F

Average low temperature: 22.8°C / 73.1°F

Climate zone: Semi-arid climate


Population: 110,000


Garissa completes Top 5 of the warmest quotes in the world. Cities in northeastern Kenya have an average temperature of 29.3°C / 84.7°F . Thus, it has the same average as Niamey, but has a slightly lower average temperature (35.8°C compared to Niamey's 36.2°C). The city in Kenya's Garissa County has a population of about 110,000, almost entirely consisting of Somali ethnicities. Unfortunately, the city is located in one of the most dangerous areas in the world, which has been plagued by constant Islamic terrorist attacks such as the one on Garissa University in 2015 that resulted in a death. of 148 people. The city and region is characterized by a semi-arid climate.


 

6. Bangkok, Thailand

Looking at Downtown Bangkok
Looking at Downtown Bangkok

Bangkok, Central Thailand, Thailand (Asia)

Average temperature: 29.1°C / 83.5°F


Average high temperature: 33.3°C / 91.9°F

Average low temperature: 24.9°C / 76.8°F

Climate zone: Tropical Savanna climate


Population: 8.3 million


 

7. Aden, Yemen

Port of Aden, Yemen
Port of Aden, Yemen

Aden, Governor of Aden, Yemen (Asia)

Average temperature: 29.1°C / 83.5°F


Average high temperature: 32.4°C / 90.3°F

Average low temperature: 25.5°C / 77.9°F

Climate zone: Hot desert


Population: 1.8 million


 

8. Muscat, Oman

View at the port district of Muscat, Oman
View at the port district of Muscat, Oman

Muscat, Governor of Muscat, Oman (Asia)

Average temperature: 28.8°C / 83.8°F


Average high temperature: 33.3°C / 91.9°F

Average low temperature: 24.3°C / 75.7°F

Climate zone: Hot desert


Population: 1.7 million


 

9. Port Sudan, Sudan

Port Sudan
Port Sudan

Port Sudan, Red Sea State, Sudan (Africa)

Average temperature: 28.5°C / 83.3°F


Average high temperature: 33.2°C / 91.8°F

Average low temperature: 23.7°C / 74.7°F

Climate zone: Hot desert


Population: 500,000


 

10. Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Downtown Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Downtown Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Asia)

Average temperature: 28.5°C / 83.3°F


Average high temperature: 32.9°C / 91.2°F

Average low temperature: 24.0°C / 75.2°F

Climate zone: Tropical Savanna climate


Population: 2.1 million


The warmest cities in the world are based on average daily temperatures (24 hours) of cities with populations of at least 100,000 according to data from the past two decades.

Wire cutter: Higher average high temperature.


Summary

As you can see, the Top 10 warmest cities in the world are all located in Africa or Asia (6 cities in Africa, 4 cities in Asia to be exact). More precisely, the top 10 warmest cities all fall within these two lines, just north of the Equator:

If you want to experience the warmest cities in the world, now you know where you have to travel.


 


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