What’s the weather like in Cambodia in November?
After a long spell of wet weather, November marks the start of the dry season in Cambodia, with warm weather and plenty of sunshine making this a popular time of year to visit the country. There’s a small chance of rain at the beginning of the month, but as the days go by the weather gets drier and drier, so visit at the end of November if you want to avoid the occasional downpour. It’s not as humid in Cambodia at this time of year, so the weather’s much more comfortable too.
In Sihanoukville, a beach region on the south coast of Cambodia, November brings highs of a pleasantly warm 28°C, and lows of 20°C after dark. Further northeast in the capital Phnom Penh, temperatures are slightly higher with highs of 30°C and lows of 25°C, while just under 150mm of rain’s expected. In Siem Reap, temperatures reach highs of 31°C and lows of 24°C, perfect for exploring the local temples.