High humidity is characterised by sweat staying on the skin. Becos the air is saturated with water, sweat cannot evaporate off the skin. This is basically what we feel in singapore after the rain stops and the sun comes out. You sweat but it doesn't evaporate.
It is perhaps easier for us singaporean to distinguish how mid humidity feels like, which is basically how you feel in most (properly sized) airconed locations.
So if the humidity is not reduce enough, basically you feel cool, but the sweat stays on your body. That's akin to the feeling of night time after a downpour.
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Isnt it very dangerous like that? It's like what the elderly always say long term will kana Hon sip