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Vietnam Weather

Located on the south eastern Asia, towards the South China Sea, Vietnam experiences a tropical climate in the south and monsoonal weather in the north. Vietnam weather comprises monsoonal climate,
which is often accompanied with spells of showers. The rainy season begins in May and the dry spells start from the month of October.

The climate of Vietnam changes every year due to the influence of monsoon and complicated landscape. The country experiences a high temperature. The average temperature differs from place to place. Vietnam has an annual average temperature in between 22°C to 27°C. During summer, Sapa and Dalat experience a high temperature of 20°C.

Vietnam Climate

Vietnam climate mainly consists of two seasons, cold, hot and rainy season. The country experiences 100 rainy days with average rainfall ranging from 1500 to 2000 mm. The northern region of the country experiences four main seasons namely, Summer, Autumn, Spring, Winter. Compared to other countries, Vietnam experiences colder climate in winter and less hot climate in summer.

Hanoi, a major city, enjoys spells of shower from May to September and the dry season extends from May to September. The annual average temperature in Hanoi is 23.2°C and it experiences a temperature of about 17.2°C in winter.


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