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Weather in Ho Chi Minh City

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City (or still popularly known as Saigon) is a city located in the Southeast region and close to the Mekong River Delta. There is a distinctly different climate between the dry season and the dry season and rainy season. That is to say, the rainy season usually lasts from May to November. In other words, the dry season starts from December to April next year.

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City

If you want to travel to Ho Chi Minh City with plans to explore the bustling central streets; delight in playing, experience interesting games; an adventure in outdoor amusement parks or save moments radiant with golden sunshine. You should pay attention to choose the time to travel to Ho Chi Minh in the dry season!

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City

It will be an ideal time for you to explore Saigon without having to worry. The pouring rain that interrupts the plan, the schedule of the tour that has been prepared in advance.

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City

In the dry season, Saigon weather is very beautiful with clear blue sky, white clouds floating and glittering golden flakes. However, sometimes Saigon will hot. That is to say, you should prepare a hat or umbrella.

In addition, the weather in Saigon has many other interesting features that only when you come here can you feel.
So, choose for yourself a tour to Vietnam, Saigon and then enjoy life in the most interesting way.

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City

Read more: Vietnam weather is very special, it’s have the diference and changing from the North to the South. So do not suprise if you feel very hot in Sai Gan and then super cold in Ha Noi. 

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