09. Pu’u Kukui, Maui, Hawaii (365.87 inches of rainfall)
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Pu’u Kukui (Hawaiian: “Candlenut Hill”) is a mountain crest in Maui region, western Maui island, Hawaii, United States. With 1,764-meter (5,787 feet), it is the most noteworthy pinnacle of Mauna Kahalawai (the West Maui Mountains). The pinnacle was framed by a spring of gushing lava whose caldera dissolved into what is currently Ī’ao Valley.
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10. Mount Emei, Sichuan Province, China (321.60 inches of rainfall)
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Mount Emei is the wettest place in China which is also known as one of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountain of the country. Rainfall is especially heavy in summer, and more than 70% of the annual total occurs from June to September, as a result to the influence of the monsoon.