Travel And Local Information Guide
Vietnam is often depicted as a place with steamy jungles and hot beaches, but country’s climate is quite diverse, with freezing temperatures and even snow in its northern highlands.
Vietnam has two distinct monsoon seasons. The southwest monsoon brings in wet and humid weather while the northeast monsoon delivers drizzly, colder temperatures to the north and dry weather to the south.
Northern Vietnam has four seasons: during its winter months December-February, it may dip down to 5-6°C occasionally, even below zero in mountainous areas. The summer months of June and July are hot, with daytime temperatures reaching 35°C. Drizzling rains and more pleasant temperatures come in autumn, August-November, and the spring, March-April.
Central Vietnam has warm temperatures year round, with the hottest months in middle of the year, and cooler, drier days from November to April. Southern Vietnam has a dry season from November to April and a wet season from May to October.
Overall, Vietnam enjoys a mild tropical or subtropical climate and aside from a few months a year in the high northern region you’ll never need to worry about packing cold-weather gear. But do bring an umbrella, especially if visiting from July to November, Vietnam’s stormiest months.
Da Nang Weather
Though it does cool down from December through February, it is unlikely visitors will ever need to wear more than one layer of clothing any time of year in Da Nang.
Hanoi has a mild, tropical climate typical of northern Vietnam with a dry season from November to April and a wet season from May to October. The months of June through August are typically the hottest
Ho Chi Minh City Weather
Ho Chi Minh City has a tropical monsoon climate — it’s very much a typical steaming hot Southeast Asian metropolis where you can expect it to be either hot and dry or hot and wet. Regardless of the time