Cambodia is now into its dry season meaning there will be almost no rain for the next six months! That said, the occasional short early morning shower in the first half of the month is not unusual. Average temperatures of 25 °C, low humidity and plenty of sunshine makes November a popular time to travel across the entire country.
The temperate climate means days exploring the Angkor temples, close to Siem Reap, is more manageable; although lunch time shade is usually welcome by most. One the waterways the levels are still very high making it another good month time to enjoy a cruise on the Mekong River or Tonle Sap. Further to the east the waterfalls of Mondulkiri remain full flowing and impressive.
To the south of the capital Phnom Penh, the return of more constant sunshine ensures that the beaches of Sihanoukville, Kep and the entire south coast spring back into life with warm, sunny days and calmer seas expected.
Typically held at the end of October / beginning of November. Boat racing and festivities.
Discover the true breadth of Cambodian culture by exploring the Angkor Temples, bustling Phnom Pehn before heading to the Cardamon Mountains and rounding up with a few days on Cambodia’s islands.