Myanmar Weather and ClimateWeather and Climate in Myanmar
Weather and Climate | Myanmar travel guide
Burma is a land that can be explored at any given moment of the year and has two different seasons: humid and arid. But in the rainy period it can rain very heavily, making some areas difficult to access. As in other parts of Southeast Asia, the drought and the rainy period are very similar.
The rainy period is from the end of May/beginning of June to the beginning of October, while the drought period runs from mid-October to the beginning of May. Temperatures vary throughout the year, with the warmest period of the year taking place at the beginning of the rainy period (May and June) when the temperatures can rise to 40°C or more.
After the rainfall (October to January), the colder seasons are most noticeable in the highlands and runners, especially in the evening. Another impact on Myanmar's weather and climate is the height, which differs widely across the state. Travelers to Myanmar will find that temperatures in the coast and lowerlands are much hotter, but much gentler and colder when they visit the Himalayan spurs, ponds and mountain wards.
Southwest, lower centre and western have the low altitudes, attracting heat and humidity, while east, top centre and north have the highest altitudes, meaning colder weather. Which is the best season to explore Myanmar? It is a good season for planning Myanmar tours from November to February, which is filled with nice weather and nice sun.
It is probably the top of January and ideal for the best places to see Myanmar. The weather is arid and warm at this period to create the ideal environment for exploring the area. Creeks are still high to make a great boating season along the river, the shores of Ngapali are bathed in brilliant sunlight, while the cold temperatures in the outskirts begin to melt away.
Those who want to visit places with less travel should, however, take a look at Myanmar during the "green season", which refers to the pre or post-high seasons. It is also much simpler this period of the year to make reservations. The climate is still very good and convenient for discovering the area.
If you are traveling outside the hotter seasons, it will help to know what to wrap for the Myanmar itinerary. Warmer clothing is useful for the evenings, such as fleeces or jumps, as the temperatures will soon drop later in the morning. Southwards, the delta (including Yangon) and Rakhine State will probably get a great deal of moisture and precipitation and can still benefit from the warmer temperatures in the mornings.
Part of Myanmar has high air moisture and temperatures between February and May. Wearing clothing that complements not only the climate but also the conservativeness of this part of the city. Heavy rainfall starts in June and lasts until around October, which can result in traffic blocks and transport problems.
Also the high air moisture can persist during this period. It is best to avoid this part of Myanmar for the period of the rainy period, as the weather is much more intensive than in other parts of Southeast Asia. Rain and high air moisture can also cause problems with mosquitos and the risks of dengue fevers and anemia.
It is a good season to come to Yangon between November and February when the weather is good and provides a steady source of the sun. This arid area encompasses the antique town of Bagan and other areas of the centre of Myanmar. It is the area of the countryside that seems to be suffering the most when the weather is overcast.
Much of the countryside has little shadow to get a rest from the extremes of temperature, but this area cools off slightly with the advent of the rainy seasons. As with travel to other areas, it makes good business to bring the right clothing and the right objects to give a thoughtful look when you visit a temple or other place of worship.
From June to about October the climate is interrupted by the rain. Best weather for sight-seeing and other activities in Myanmar in this area is from November to February, but there is a danger of it getting cooler in the evening, so wrap up the additional shifts for the changing weather.
There may be large variations in daytime weather in the high middle, eastern and northern parts of Myanmar. The main reason for this is the elevation of the area, which becomes quite cool in the evenings and has the most forgivable weather conditions during rains and warming.
In February, March, April and May the temperatures can become very high when the sun shines for a long time. In the evening, the all-round climate begins to be much cooler than in the southern part of the state. Temperate precipitation begins in June and lasts until October.
Raining will help to lower the temperatures for a more comfortable and comfortable vacation in Myanmar. Coldest temperatures start between November and February, which is particularly noticeable in high altitudes.