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Weather in Myanmar - Weather in Burma
Burma's climate can best be described as tropic, with heavy monsoons, a significant amount of solar radiation, high precipitation during the wet and humid periods. There are three different times of the year in Myanmar: Myanmar is open all year round because the climate is not disturbed by a hard winters like in many of our countri.
However, the best holiday seasons are the cooler seasons (November to February), as you will be less disturbed by the burning sun or monsoon rains. If you are a fan of the high seasons, it is better and even less expensive to reserve a low seasons lodging (March to October), but be prepared to be caught by surprise by sudden sun and/or rains.
As Myanmar is a rainforest nation, garments made of fabric and canvas ( "summer clothes") would be perfect for most of the year. You may find a lightweight raincover and parasol useful, as it doesn't rain out of time. It is best to take along your hot weather gear when you are in Myanmar during the wet seasons or when you want to explore the north.
Myanmar Climate Change Cooperation
Between 30 November and 11 December 2015, the globe will meet in Paris for a series of climate talks. Before Paris, each of the countries is required to submit a Intended National-Defined Contribution (INDC) in which it sets out its climate protection and adaptation to it. Shaw stressed the importance of Burma presenting a full text at a Naypyitaw meeting on 23-24 June, attended by Myanmar Climate Chance Alliance, FAO and UNDP ministry officers and representatives: