Star Wars is quite famous for fitting the Single Biome Planet trope to a T (warning: TVTropes link). You have the desert worlds of Tatooine and Jakku, the Forest Moon of Endor, the woodland planet of Kashyyyk, the volcanic planet of Mustafar, the ice worlds of Hoth and Ilum, the cloud-world of Bespin, the mud-drenched Mimban, the all-one-city urban Coruscant, Exegol where lightning rages all hours of the day, etc.
Within the Disney canon of Star Wars, are there any planets that are specifically known to not be single-biome? The closest I can think of is Naboo with its underground domed cities and more traditional above-ground cities, but there doesn't seem to be any indication that the climate is truly different in different areas, it's more of an "oh, we also built cities at the bottom of the sea because plot" thing. Ordinary seas and islands don't count unless there is a trope-breaking difference (that is, this question is about trope-breaking, not about biomes as they are formally defined in geology). Are there any planets that are either shown on-screen as having multiple biomes (e.g. desert and jungle; glacier and rain forest; grasslands, fungal forest, and tundra; etc.), or that can be shown to be multiple biome according to canon Disney works?
A canon reference could be something as simple as, "He set down his X-Wing in the tiny area near Tatooine's north pole where trees grew in abundance."