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CLIMATES OF CAMBODIA

 

SEASONS


The climate of Cambodia is typically hot and humid year round. monsoons bring dramatic changes in rainfall, creating two seasons: a wet season and a dry season. Between 75 and 80 percent of the total annual rainfall is brought by the southwest monsoon between may and October. 

The average temperature is 27-28 C. it varies up to regions from 20-27 C during the wet season and from 28-35 C during the dry season. The climate is comprised of two main seasons affected by the tropical monsoon – the wet season from May to October and dry season from November to April. The coolest period lasts from December to January.

The monsoon season many carry some heavy rains but these quite often occur during the late evening and overnight and are unlikely to spoil your enjoyment.

 

THE BEST TIME TO TRAVEL TO CAMBODIA

 

The best time to travel to Cambodia is from October to February. This is considered the cool and dry season. However, the weather in Cambodia is usually warm for most of the foreigners. It is warm to hot during the day time and cooler at night time. Hot season is very convenient to travel to Cambodia. It is extremely hot during the day time. The tourists should prepare for the trip to Cambodia very well. 

 

FLOODS AND DROUGHTS

 

Cambodia sometimes suffers devastating floods or droughts when the monsoons are not regular. Rainfall is not evenly distributed across the country, and the mountainous areas, particularly the Cardamom Mountains, recieve the most rain. Irrigation helps distribute and control water resources to various agricultural crips, and great potential still exists for increasing the range and amount of crops grown.

 
 
 

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