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 Vietnam is located in both a tropical and a temperate zone. It is characterized by strong monsoon influences, but has a considerable amount of sun, a high rate of rainfall, and high humidity. Mountainous areas as well as regions located near the tropics are endowed with a temperate climate.


The monsoon climate also influences the changes of tropical humidity. In general, in Vietnam there are two seasons, the cold season lasts from November to April and the hot season from May to October. The difference in temperature between the two seasons in southern Vietnam is almost unnoticeable, averaging 3º C. The most noticeable variations are to be found in the north where differences of 12ºC have been observed.

The four seasons are distinctly evident in the area north of Hai Van Pass.

Vietnam has up to 2.000 hours of sunshine every year, while relative humidity is around 80%.


Vietnam is affected by the monsoon, that is why the average temperature is lower than the other countries located in the same longitude in Asia. Average temperatures range from 22oC to 27oC. Comparing temperatures with these other countries, winters in Vietnam are colder and summers are less hot.


Hanoi has four distinct seasons,  however, there are two main seasons: the rainy season from May to September -  hot, with heavy rains), and the dry season from October to April , ( cold, little rainfall). The annual average temperature in summer is about 29 °C,  in winter it is about 17°C.

In the Northern province of Hai Phong the influence of the monsoon season can also be felt, Annual average temperatures range from about 23 to 24 °Celsius. The weather is warm throughout the year.

Quang Ninh

The climate is symbolic of the climate of North Vietnam, featuring all four seasons. It's hot, humid and rainy during the summer-months, while monsoons flourish. From October to April it's chilly and dry  with little rain.The average temperature is around 25°C.


Thua Thien Hue

It has a tropical monsoon climate, featuring all four seasons. The spring is cool and warm, summers are hot, the autumn is cool and the winter is cold. The average temperature is around 25° C.


Its climate is tropical, with two distinct rainy and dry seasons. The average annual temperature is around  29°C, the stormy season lasts  through September and October.

Khanh Hoa 

The climate here is oceanic,  tropical monsoon, but is quite mild. The average annual temperature is around 26 °C.


Lam Dong

The climate here is rather chilly, with an average annual temperature of around 18°C.

Dalat is a romantic mid-sized  town, the climate is pleasant. The beautiful scenery and natural landscape with  waterfalls, lakes and pine groves is  very inviting, the town is  well known as Vietnam’s flower city.


Ho Chi Minh City

Two seasons mark the climate in this wonderful city – dry and rainy, the rainy season lasts from May to November.

 The average annual temperature is around 27° C.  Tourism is convenient during .


Ba Ria-Vung Tau

The climate here is tropical monsoon. The average annual temperature is 27°C, rarely stormy, rich in sunshine. Vung Tau is without winter,  so resorts usually remain active throughout the year.


(Vietnam National Administration of Tourism)