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1. The weather in Vietnam

Vietnam is a long country, it is lengthened from the north through the central area to the south of Vietnam. Among, each of these areas appears to each of a different kind of the weather.

The weather in northern Vietnam

Different from the weather in central and southern Vietnam, there are four seasons in northern Vietnam Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. Each season is included in three months, and the first season in a year in northern Vietnam is Spring: this season is lengthened from January to March, and the temperature is around from 15 to 25 degrees. Although this season has often appeared the small rain, this is a very beautiful season of the year, almost of the most important festivals Vietnamese is organized in this special season.

Vietnam Weather


Spring in northern Vietnam is the season for all kinds of the flowers to open

Among the important festivals in the spring, Vietnamese has the most important festival of Vietnamese is New Year, all cities and provinces from the smallest to the largest cities are showing a lot of the interesting festivals, for example, the festival of Perfume Pagoda which is located nearby Hanoi, it is just far from Hanoi around 60km by bus, every year from January to March is there are so many domestic tourists from all cities and provinces of Vietnam from the central to the southern areas come here to take part in this special festivals, they come here in the first dates of the new year to pray for a happy whole year or there are also many another purposes to be wished at here such as there are also some tourists pray to have baby, some travelers want to rich….but almost people hope and want a year with the security and good health.

Besides the unique festival of Perfume Pagoda, the festival of Ba Chua Kho Temple during the new year period of Vietnam is also very known and crowded by the travelers come here, with Vietnamese is this temple is considered one of the most hallowed temples in northern Vietnam, people also come here for the different purposes but their main purpose always has good health and rich…….


Enjoy a boat trip by a rowboat along the river in Perfume Pagoda during the spring festival

If you visit any place in northern Vietnam this spring, then you also should bring some thin warm clothes to prepare for the cold dates, on the other hand, you do not need to bring a lot of the thick clothes to keep the space in your luggage to buy the pretty souvenirs in your trip to Vietnam.

The second season in northern Vietnam is summer: This season is from April to June, the temperature of this summer season is around from 30C to 38C, although this season is hot, there are a lot of travel activities which are organized during this season because there are many children whose do not have to go to school at this time, almost families prefer to travel to the beautiful beaches of Vietnam such as Cua Dai beach in Hoi An, Phu Quoc island, Nha Trang beach city, Mui Ne beach in Phan Thiet….or there are also many other families prefer to the mountainous areas of Vietnam to enjoy the fresh air and meeting the ethnic groups in northern Vietnam such as Sapa, Dien Bien Phu, Ha Giang….

Sapa Vietnam Weather

Sapa in the summer is the most beautiful time to travel and explore

You should bring the thin and light clothes if you travel to northern Vietnam in this season, there is not much rain in this season, but sometimes you will meet the hard rainy but it is also passed fast so not worry, but there is one thing you should bring during your trip is water, the sunny will make you lost water very much while you can not find or buy water everywhere in the removed sightseeing in northern Vietnam.

The third season in northern Vietnam is Autumn: This season is still considered the most beautiful one of the four seasons in northern Vietnam, this season is lengthened from July to September, the weather is always cool in this season because it is not too hot and not too cold as well, but sometimes there are some storms and heavy rain in this season so it is also not too convenient and ideal for the tourist to explore and relax at some beaches northern Vietnam in this season, but it is fine for you to discover the mountainous areas of Vietnam such as Ha Giang, Sapa, Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau….because there are not many storms which are appeared or come to these high areas of Vietnam, besides that Hanoi capital is also the safe place for you to avoid if there is any storm appeared in northern Vietnam.

Ha Giang Vietnam in the Autumn

Autumn in Ha Giang one of the mountainous provinces in northern Vietnam

The fourth season is winter, this is also the last season in northern Vietnam in a year: The winter is lengthened from October to December, it is very cold, the coldest places are the removed provinces and destinations in the north of Vietnam such as Meo Vac in Ha Giang, Sapa, Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau, Cao Bang…, the temperature in these mountainous areas is around 5C-20C. In the cities and provinces, the delta area is around 10C-25C.

You should bring some clothes with you if you travel to northern Vietnam in this cold weather, although the temperature is around 10C-20C it is very biting, it is not cold like in some foreign countries, the winter in northern Vietnam is very hard and uncomfortable. But instead of that, the weather in this season is the most stable compared with the three seasons above, so this season is also the high season to travel around Vietnam.

The weather in central Vietnam

The weather in the central area of Vietnam is often included two seasons, the wet and dry seasons but nowadays the weather in this area is a little similar to the weather in northern Vietnam although the winter here is not as cold as in the winter of the north. You can travel to this area any time of the year because the weather is not as hard as in the provinces of the north, you are still possible to visit all sightseeing although it is rain or sunshine, the rain here is not too heavy and strong as well as the sunshine at here is not too hard, but the best time for you to visit this area is from December to May because this time is the dry season in this area, it is the wet season is from June to November, but you will always feel cool if you explore this area in the wet season. So, the time to travel to the center of Vietnam should depend on your condition, it should not depend completely on the weather here because each season has its convenience and inconvenience.

Hoi An one of the cultural heritages in the world

Hoi An is considered one of the cultural heritages in the world

While you are traveling to the center of Vietnam, you also do not need to bring a lot of thick clothes because it is easy and comfortable the weather anytime for you to travel to this destination anytime. Furthermore, the center of Vietnam is also very famous for the cheap and good clothes, so do not bring too your clothes from your home is a chance for you to buy the new and cheap ones here. Especially, you should tailor some clothes in Hoi An if you travel to this old town which is considered one of the cultural heritage in the world, it is very very beautiful with the old town and the beach nearby.

The weather in southern Vietnam

Quite different from the north and the center of Vietnam, the weather is encompassed clear two seasons is the wet and dry season, the wet season is around from May to November with a lot of rain, the dry season is from December to April with a lot of the sunshine, but the sunshine of this area is not as hot and hard as in the center and the north of Vietnam, it is much more comfortable because it has the high humidity, so you will not feel dry your skin as you live in the north.

Ben Thanh market in Ho Chi Minh City where you can buy anything

Ben Thanh market in Ho Chi Minh City where you can buy anything

That’s why there are a lot of people who like the weather in southern Vietnam than more the weather in northern Vietnam, people who lived in southern Vietnam still say that they can not stand the hard weather of the north, but there are also many people whose live in northern Vietnam say that they want to experience four seasons in years to have a chance to change their fashion as well as feel each different season once they live in northern Vietnam.

2. The weather in Cambodia

Not like in Vietnam, Cambodia has just two seasons in a year, it is the wet and dry seasons. The dry season is from December to April, the wet season is from May to November. Each season has its beauty, if you travel to Cambodia in the wet season you will have a chance to see water everywhere you arrive, you must take a boat trip to many places while exploring Cambodia because it is the vast water.

And, one of the most beautiful sightseeing where is appeared the vast water in Tonle Sap lake, discovering this great lake you will have a chance to sit on a motorboat to run along the river and lake and have a chance to see and find out about the daily like the locals on their boats at here.

The weather in Cambodia

Tonle Sap lake in Siem Reap Cambodia in the wet season – this is the great lake and also the largest lake in Asia

In the dry season, you have a chance to experience the hot in Cambodia, it is very hot and the sunshine is a full day from around 5 am to 6 pm, with the sun is raised very early in the morning and set late in the afternoon like this you will have a long day so that you can visit more sights in Cambodia although you have a short time at here, especially Angkor Temples complex with Angkor Wat temple and other famous temples in this area.

It is very easy and convenient for you to bring your luggage once travel to Cambodia because its weather is very stable, it is around 25C-38C all time. You just need to bring some thin clothes and it is enough. But, you always prepare an umbrella to travel around all sightseeing in Cambodia because the weather in the dry season is very sunshine but it is much rain in the wet season, so an umbrella with you on your trip to Cambodia is necessary and helpful.

3. The weather in Thailand

Also similar to Cambodia, Thailand also has two seasons the rainy and wet seasons. The rainy season is lengthened from May to November and the dry season is lengthened from December to April. Even Thailand is in the rainy or the dry season is anytime it is also nice and worthwhile for you to explore this golden temple country, this country is encompassed fully the natural and cultural sightseeing and the most beautiful beaches so you can combine these to choose the most suitable with your period.

The weather in Thailand

The Mekong River Delta in Thailand in the wet season

The dry season in Thailand is not like the summer in northern Vietnam, it is hot but it is not hot as hard as the hot weather in Vietnam, the summer and dry season in Vietnam do not have much the humility as in Thailand so you will feel little more comfortable to stay in Thailand than Vietnam, but you will never feel cool autumn and spring, cold winter and a hot summer and you will have a chance to experience four seasons once travel Vietnam.

4. The weather in Laos

Laos is still a poor country and this poverty is a part to be caused by its hard weather, the hard conditions of nature make Laos very difficult to develop anything. Laos has the weather is similar to Thailand, Cambodia, and southern Vietnam is Ho Chi Minh City, has two seasons is the dry season from October to April and the wet season from May to September.

The weather in Laos

The dry fields in the dry season in Laos

Laos is still very famous for its dry season because in this season the sunshine and the hot wind of Laos are blown until to some cities and provinces of Vietnam such as Thanh Hoa, Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau…it is really hot and inconvenient. But you will have a chance to visit an incredible country with the most friendly and kindest people, perhaps Laos is a unique country that still keeps all its traditional habits and customs in the Asian area. Visiting Laos you will not have to worry anything about the robbers, pillagers…Although the weather is very hard in both the dry and wet seasons, it has much rain in the wet season and so hot in the dry season but instead of that, you will explore a very neglected country where there have still not yet developed so much tourism as well as other industrial branches, so although the weather in Laos is hard, you also do not miss to visit this special and traditional country if you had a chance to go to Asian countries.

It is very convenient for your luggage to travel to Laos because you just need some thin clothes to be enough. If you must bring some warm and thick clothes in your luggage to travel in the winter in northern Vietnam, then you do not have to worry about this if you travel to Laos anytime in the year.

5. The weather in Myanmar

Completely different from four countries Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Laos. Myanmar has three seasons in a year, it is the hot season from March to April, the rainy season is from May to October, and the cool season from November to February. But it is not so different from the rainy season from the cool season in this country, so normally it is considered as having just two seasons in this country the rainy or wet season and the hot or dry season.

The weather in Myanmar, southeast asia weather

Myanmar the country of the hallowed temples and pagodas

Myanmar is a Buddhist country, almost the most famous sights and heritages in this country are the ancient temples and pagodas so the weather is not affected too much to your trip here, it means that you can visit Myanmar (Burma) anytime through a year. But because the temperature in the hot season here is sometimes raised 40C, so you should not visit Myanmar in March and April if you do not like the hotness of this country.

6. The weather in India

India lies in southern Asia and is currently the second most populated country in the world and steadfastly increasing in economic power, despite the high presence of severe poverty and malnutrition in parts.

In the south of India, you will find the Indian Ocean coast, in the west, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal lie in the East, together these 3 water masses make up 7517 kilometers of coastline.

The climate in India is predominately influenced by the Himalayas and the Thar Desert which together drive the alternating monsoons which drive the weather changes in India.

India can be split up into 7 different climatic regions which play host to 4 different climates. As you move around India you will find a variety of weather conditions ranging from tropical wet to tropical dry and subtropical humid to montane.

Extending from 8 degrees north to 33 degrees north and with a wide variety of terrain, it is understandable why such a variety of weather conditions prevail. India is home to the highest mountain range in the world- the Himalayas, so here you will find permanent snowfields that are frozen year in and year out. As you move south and head toward the tropical coastlands you will find conditions that are fairly typical of a tropical climate. In the vast plains of the Ganges valley, summers can get unbearably hot, and even in the winter months, the conditions stay fairly warm.

As a whole, India's climate is driven by the Asiatic Monsoon system which differs from any other weather system in the world in that the winds which determine the climate are ever-changing from year to year, and there is no predictable weather pattern from year to year as the prevailing winds can change direction at any point in time.

JUNE to OCTOBER is when the southwest monsoon comes through India. In different parts of the country, the monsoon will come in at later periods, though on average it will hit in about June. During this time, in the mountains, very heavy rainfall is recorded.

The NORTHERN MOUNTAINS, in the Himalayas and at the foothills, you will find rainfall throughout the entirety of the year and some light snowfall come the winter months. Here the southwest monsoon burst comes in about July and will last through until October.

Winters in this region are pleasant and fairly cool at the low levels, though conditions increase in extremity as you move to higher elevations.

Himalayas India

An old white Buddhist stupa against the background of the snow-topped Himalayas.

The NORTHERN PLAINS extend from Punjab through to the Ganges delta. This region is low lying and in parts of the west, the terrain and the weather verge on the desert-like. Here, particularly in summer, the conditions are hot and somewhat uncomfortable. From March to June it is generally completely dry with no relief from the blistering heat.

When the 'monsoon bursts' (as they say in India) come July, there is little relief from the heat. While the temperature does drop slightly when the rains come, the increase in humidity makes the conditions just as unbearable as in the hottest months. As you move further east the rainfall begins to decrease and you hit more arid conditions, particularly west and North West of Delhi.

If taking a look at the lowlands a good comparison to make is between Calcutta, which lies in the west East, and New Delhi which is located in the dry west.

Calcutta is located in the east of Indian upon the east bank of the River Hooghly. In April and May, the average maximum is a blistering 36 degrees, and the minimum only falls to 24 and 25 degrees respectively come sundown. However, as Calcutta is 'cooled' by the presence of the Bay of Bengal, the temperatures here are quite a bit cooler than what the residents of New Delhi suffer through in the height of summer, before the onset of the south-west monsoon.

In May and June in New Delhi, the average maximums sit at 41 and 39 degrees respectively. On May 13 mm of rain falls, on average, so there is very little relief from the heat. In June rainfall picks up to 74mm, before peaking at 180mm by July.

If you compare this rainfall to Calcutta on the wetter east coast, May sees rainfall of 140 mm, June picks up to 297mm on average for the month before seeing over 300mm monthly throughout July and August.

New Delhi sees slighter more hours of daily sunlight than Calcutta, however, while temperatures across the year are much higher in the west, the humidity in Calcutta in the east is considerably higher.


Here you will find a narrow coastal plain that has the steep Western Ghats mountains rising behind the plain. Here rainfall is abundant and can be quite heavy at times, particularly during the southwest monsoon.

Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is located in this region, and conditions here are fairly indicative of what weather prevails at sea level. The weather in Mumbai is tropical and is home to two seasons- both of which are fairly enjoyable. Mumbai is known for its high standard of living and business opportunities, as well as being the homeland for 'Bollywood' – the Hindi film and television industry. Mumbai attracts immigrants from all over India as well as the world, so as a result, it is an interesting and multicultural city.

The humid season in Mumbai is between March and October and is characterized by high humidity and temperatures over 30 °C. The average high during April, May, and June are 32- 33 degrees and the minimum only falls to 26-27 degrees. Rainfall is at its highest during June and July, particularly in July when the average precipitation for the month is an astounding 617 mm! This is a result of the monsoon rains which from June to September lash the city and result in most of the city's annual rainfall- 2,200 millimeters. On the 26th of July 2005, the highest ever rainfall recorded in a single day fell when an astonishing was 944 mm in a single 24-hour period.

The dry season in Mumbai, typically from November to February, sees moderate humidity and warm to cool weather. From January to February, cold northerly winds bring a mild chill through the area. Average minimums during this time are still a pleasant 19 degrees, maximums sit at about 29 degrees and rainfall is only about 2.5mm per month. Daily sunshine during this time is about 9 to 10 hours, which is a stark contrast from the 2 to 3 hours of sunlight during the cloudy months of July and August!

Gate of India Mumbai

Gate of India and Hotel Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai (formerly Bombay), India.

THE RAJASTHAN DESERT is dry and, well, desert-like. In almost all parts of this region rainfall is below 500mm annually and in some parts no more than 250mm of rain will fall in an entire year. During the hottest time of the year, from May to July, this region is one of the most excruciatingly hot places in the whole world. Even when the southwest monsoon comes there is little temperature difference and instead, it brings high humidity which makes for very oppressive conditions- particularly in July, August, and September.

Indian desert

Two Indian cameleers in the Rajasthan Desert, India.

THE SOUTHEASTERN COASTLANDS don't witness their main rainfall until well into October, and they last through until December. This region is prone to tropical storms and cyclones that develop over the Bay of Bengal. Like many places in India when the southwest monsoon bursts, temperature, and humidity increase and light clothes are a must to stay comfortable in the unpleasant conditions.

The southern coast was hit by the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami which killed 10,136 people across the country- with hundreds of thousands left homeless. In Tamil Nadu which is on the eastern coast, 7,960 alone were killed and 500, 000 were evacuated from the area.

The tsunami was triggered by an underwater near the Indonesian island of Sumatra which registered 9.0 in moment magnitude, making it the biggest earthquake in four decades.

The ASSAM region, in the very northeast, is almost completely detached from India by Bangladesh. The conditions for Dhubri are the more representative of what weather prevails in the lowlands here.

It is cooler here than in other parts of India, in the hottest months of May to September the average maximum sits at about 30 degrees, though humidity can be quite uncomfortable during this time- particularly in the mornings when average relative humidity is about 90%! June is the wettest month, averaging 605mm of precipitation. Which falls across 18 days of the month. December, January, and February average only 1 (if that) day of rain for the month, and less than 10mm of rain will fall across each month.

Goa, India

Goa, South West India.

7. The weather in the Philippines

The Philippines is a country in South East Asia made up of over 7100 islands. It's a country of radiant smiles and incredibly beautiful exotic nature.

In an average season, lasting from November to May, some 5 million people from different corners of the globe visit. Staying in the Philippines offers everything from bustling cities and malls and inner peace in the lap of pristine nature. Many Philippine resorts are ideal conditions for a beach holiday.

Tourists who enjoy an active lifestyle, come to the Philippines to surf some very secluded breaks. Here you can not only surf but also wind and kite surfing. Surf is found almost on every island but at different times. For example, on the East coast, it is best to go between November to April. In the summer the most "quoted" the Western part of the archipelago, characterized in this season, by stable winds. So, for Siargao, inhabited by mostly professionals, the ideal conditions remain all year round, but the best waves are observed in September-October.

The Philippines have a hot tropical monsoon climate type, which is formed in the archipelago with two main seasons: wet — with a relative time frame from May to November and dry from November to April. Year-round weather is characterized by high temperatures and a high level of relative humidity, which with the advent of summer months is virtually 100 percent.

Spring in the Philippines

In March, there is a small but noticeable increase in daily temperatures. At this time the archipelago is dominated by Sunny and dry weather. April along with May is the hottest month of the year: during the day the temperature can rise to +35 °C (95 °F).

The Philippines ranks highly as one of the finest places on the planet for diving. This country has a huge number of dive sites, mainly concentrated in Boracay, Batangas, Cebu, Mindoro, and Palawan. The underwater world of the archipelago is so bright and spectacular that it presents many surprises, and encounters with marine life. The Kingdom of Neptune dazzles with a variety of coral gardens (including blue), between which branches and scurrying flocks of colorful tropical fish, it is likely to see giant sea turtles, barracudas, sea cucumbers, and whale sharks. The best time for diving is from November to May when it is possible to achieve visibility underwater up to 50 meters. However, be aware that at some dive sites, these dates may shift slightly depending on weather and geographical location. The reefs of Tubbataha offer the most comfortable conditions for diving between March and the end of June.

The climate of the Spring Months

Max average t°: +33 °C (91 °F)
Min average t°: +22 °C (72 °F)
Water t°: +27.5 °C (82 °F)
Sundial in the day: 8 hours
Rainy days: 1 day
Precipitation: 13.5 mm (0.5")
Max average t°: +34 °C (93 °F)
Min average t°: +23 °C (73 °F)
Water t°: +29 °C (84 °F)
Sundial in the day: 9 hours
Rainy days: 2 days
Precipitation: 15.5 mm (0.6")
Max average t°: +34 °C (93 °F)
Min average t°: +24 °C (75 °F)
Water t°: +30.5 °C (87 °F)
Sundial in the day: 8 hours
Rainy days: 6 days
Precipitation: 67 mm (2.6")


Spring Holidays

March-April — Easter;
April, 9 — Day of valor;
May, 1 — labor Day.

Summer in the Philippines

Summer in the Philippines "raging" passions. At least 20 to 30 rainy days because of the impact of the southwest monsoon, humidity levels soar to the maximum. That's why summer weather, only one degree greater than the winter temperature data is transferred is much more difficult. A feeling of stuffiness does not leave and in the evening, which due to the long daylight comes rather late. The air just does not have time to cool, so the temperature falls to an average of +27 °C (81 °F).

June is the busiest month in terms of natural disasters, however, swimming in the sea, warmed to a state of fresh milk, is not nice for everyone. Often due to the large disturbance of the sea throws to the shore algae, causing water blooms heavily, exuding an unpleasant smell. In July and August, the rainfall is much stronger and longer. Because of the abundance of rainfall often floods and mudslides, paralyze large areas. In addition, in some regions, devastating typhoons hit. In general, summer weather does not allow much relief.

Typhoons can hit the Philippines at any time of the year with the months from June to September being the most active
The southwest monsoon rain clouds, lead to periodic heavy rains for roughly 10-11 days of the month.

The climate of the Summer Months

Max average t°: +33 °C (91 °F)
Min average t°: +24 °C (75 °F)
Water t°: +30.5 °C (87 °F)
Sundial in the day: 7 hours
Rainy days: 11 days
Precipitation: 131 mm (5.2")
Max average t°: +31 °C (88 °F)
Min average t°: +24 °C (75 °F)
Water t°: +30 °C (86 °F)
Sundial in the day: 7 hours
Rainy days: 15 days
Precipitation: 319 mm (12.6")
Max average t°: +31 °C (88 °F)
Min average t°: +24 °C (75 °F)
Water t°: +29 °C (84 °F)
Sundial in the day: 7 hours
Rainy days: 22 days
Precipitation: 230 mm (9.1")


Summer Holidays

June, 12 — independence Day;
August, 21 — the anniversary of the death of Benigno Aquino.

Autumn in the Philippines

The first half of autumn in the climate plan is not much different from July and August. Rains come almost every day, and hot weather persists. Slightly less risk of precipitation in the North-Western part of Miranda, the East of the Islands of Cebu, Mindoro, Panay, and Negros. Catastrophic flooding, typhoons (particularly in Wikisky Islands and the largest island of Luzon), until the end of October.

November can be called a crucial period when in most parts of the archipelago there is a significant improvement in weather conditions, but quite comfortable staying on the Islands.

The climate of the Autumn Months

Max average t°: +31 °C (88 °F)
Min average t°: +24 °C (75 °F)
Water t°: +29 °C (84 °F)
Sundial in the day: 6 hours
Rainy days: 18 days
Precipitation: 224 mm (8.8")
Max average t°: +31 °C (88 °F)
Min average t°: +23 °C (73 °F)
Water t°: +29 °C (84 °F)
Sundial in the day: 6 hours
Rainy days: 13 days
Precipitation: 119 mm (4.7")
Max average t°: +31 °C (88 °F)
Min average t°: +22 °C (72 °F)
Water t°: +28 °C (82 °F)
Sundial in the day: 6 hours
Rainy days: 9 days
Precipitation: 135 mm (5.3")


Autumn Holidays

November, 1 — all saints day;
November, 2 — all souls day;
November, 30 — the birthday of one of the leaders of the Philippine revolution, Bonifacio.

Winter in the Philippines

Winter in the Philippines is a high tourist season since the rains, hurricanes, and typhoons are at the least. Weather stabilizes, it becomes much drier and a little cooler due to the influence of northeast winds. However, some resorts in the Eastern part of the archipelago may experience heavy rains. As a rule, they begin in the evening or at night, but in the morning the sky is striking in its "purity".

The lowest temperature recorded was high in the mountains and the Central part of the country, with several in the South hotter than the North. Evenings are very pleasant, as the air is cooled to +23 °C (73 °F). This is the perfect time for a beach holiday: the temperature of water and air is in perfect proportions, strong waves there, and the sun isn't as aggressive as in the summer.

The climate of the Winter Months

Max average t°: +30 °C (86 °F)
Min average t°: +21 °C (70 °F)
Water t°: +27.5 °C (82 °F)
Sundial in the day: 6 hours
Rainy days: 7 days
Precipitation: 82 mm (3.2")
Max average t°: +30 °C (86 °F)
Min average t°: +21 °C (70 °F)
Water t°: +26.5 °C (80 °F)
Sundial in the day: 6 hours
Rainy days: 3 days
Precipitation: 27 mm (1.1")
Max average t°: +31 °C (88 °F)
Min average t°: +21 °C (70 °F)
Water t°: +26.5 °C (80 °F)
Sundial in the day: 7 hours
Rainy days: 2 days
Precipitation: 13 mm (0.5")


Winter Holidays

December, 30 — the birthday of national hero Rizal;
December 31 — New year's eve;
January, 1 — New Year;
February, 25 — people power revolution anniversary.

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