Vietnam Weather by Destination

Travel guide and holiday information about the weather in different locations, different travel destinations in Vietnam.

  • An Giang has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November. It rains more at the end of the rainy season in October and November. The hottest month of the year is April where for several weeks the temperatures reach 36oC or more daily.

  • Bac Giang Province has a tropical monsoon climate: summer from April through July, autumn from late August through October, winter from November through February, spring from February through March. From June through October, Bac Giang may be affected by tropical depressions or typhoons, but thanks to the high mountain range of Yen Tu blocking the winds that any damage by typhoons is quite limited.

  • Bac Kan Province has a tropical monsoon climate: summer from April through July, autumn from late August through October, winter from November through February, spring from February through March. From June through October, Bac Kan may be affected by tropical depressions or typhoons, but thanks to its special location that the effects of tropical depressions or typhoons, if any, are very limited.

  • Bac Lieu has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November. It rains more at the end of the rainy season in October and November. The hottest month of the year is April where for several weeks the temperatures reach 36oC or more daily.

  • Bac Ninh Province has a tropical monsoon climate: summer from April through July, autumn from late August through October, winter from November through February, spring from February through March. From June through October, it is typhoon season in northern Vietnam but historical records say the province has not suffered much from typhoons or tropical storms.

  • Ben Tre has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November. It rains more at the end of the rainy season in October and November. The hottest month of the year is April where for several weeks the temperatures reach 36oC or more daily.

  • Binh Dinh has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from late February through July, rainy season from late August through January. From December through January, Binh Dinh experiences cool temperatures (18-22oC) and from May to August Binh Dinh has hot temperatures (28-40oC).

  • Binh Duong has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November. It rains more at the end of the rainy season in October and November. The hottest month is normally April.

  • Binh Phuoc has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November. It rains more at the end of the rainy season in October and November. The hottest month is normally April.

  • Binh Thuan has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from late February through July, rainy season from late August through January. From December through January, Binh Thuan experiences cool temperatures (18-22oC) and from May to August Binh Thuan has hot temperatures (28-40oC).

  • Buon Ma Thuot has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November.

  • Ca Mau has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November. It rains more at the end of the rainy season in October and November. The hottest month of the year is April where for several weeks the temperatures reach 36oC or more daily.

  • Can Tho has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November. It rains more at the end of the rainy season in October and November. The hottest month of the year is April where for several weeks the temperatures reach 36oC or more daily.

  • Cao Bang Province has a tropical monsoon climate, but there are areas in Cao Bang with subtropical climate. The province is located to the Northeast of Vietnam and is among the first lands in Vietnam that the winter monsoon (Northeasterly monsoon) brushes through. Also, most of the terrain of Cao Bang is mountainous land on high altitudes this helps to make the averaged temperatures in Cao Bang among the lowest in Vietnam.

  • Cat Ba Island has a tropical monsoon climate: summer from May through July, autumn from late August through October, winter from November through February, spring from February through April. From June through October or sometimes November, Cat Ba Island may be affected by tropical depressions or typhoons. It may rain for 3-7 days when affected by a typhoon or tropical depression. During the time under the effects of a typhoon, traveling by boat between the island and inland are forebidden.

  • Chau Doc has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November. It rains more at the end of the rainy season in October and November. The hottest month of the year is April where for several weeks the temperatures reach 36oC or more daily.

  • Con Dao Islands have a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from November or December through April, rainy season from May through October or November. The predominant wind during the rainy season is the south-westerly wind. The predominant rain during the dry season is northeasterly monsoon.

  • Da Lat has a subtropical highland climate with temperature weather all year round; the temperatures are rarely higher than 30oC and rarely lower than 5oC. There are two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November.

  • Da Nang has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from late February through July, rainy season from late August through January. From December through January, Da Nang experiences cool temperatures (18-22oC) and from May to August Da Nang has hot temperatures (28-40oC).

  • Dak Lak has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons per year: dry season from December through April, rainy season from May through November.