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Myanmar (Burma) is the best travel season
Myanmar can be visited at any moment of the year, even if there are certain times of the year. Generally the best travel period is the drought period from October to April, as the climate is good for all kinds of activity. Whilst November to January is the high tourist period and the ideal period for a stay, it is also more busy, especially in important places such as the Bagan Temple.
Rainy seasons are from May to September. However, it is known to the local people as the Green Year, which has its own advantages: Although the rains are heavy, they are short-lived and you might find Myanmar more restful in the Green Year with fewer people.
The best part of Myanmar to be visited
All in all, the best period for a journey to Myanmar during the colder months of November to February. The temperature drops until the mid-1970s and is therefore the most favourite period for visitors. It is overcast, raining with warm and wet summer at this hour. The northeastern moon, which runs from December to April, has less clouds, little rain, moderate temperature and lower air moisture.
It is the most hot spell between March and May, when there is little rain and the temperature can exceed 104°F in certain areas. May to October is the wet seasons and the predecessor of cold and arid October to February, with mean temperature between 77°F and 86°F.
Coastline and mountain areas are receiving significantly more precipitation than the main lowlands, which are Mandalay and Bagan. The dryest period in Yangon from November to April is when it rains and moisture are poor. March and April can be quite high, with day temperature generally around 37°C (99°F).
During the nights the mean min. temp. drops to about 24°C (75°F). The Bagan Bagan is year-round. November and February are less warm, day is at 92°F (33°C) and at 60°F (15°C) at nights. These are also the busyest periods to visit Bagan.
Although it is the rainy period, July is a good period to see Bagan and there are fewer travellers. Lake Inle The height of the Shan Plateau keeps the temperature at Lake Inle from January to February, where it is cool enough for a lightweight non-woven in the mornings.
August-October is the best period for warm, even temperature and rain. April and May are the hotter seasons of the year, which invariably results in most beach masses.