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Weather in May - Myanmar Tours
In contrast to the first three moths, the weather in Yangon is constantly decreasing in May. It is expected that the maximum values for the whole day of the week will fall, i.e. (36°C to 31°C). May be 39°C, but this is expected in at least 1 of 10 working nights.
Yangon's mean surface area in May is 84.56°F (29.2°C). Specifically, the afternoon averages 92.1°F (33.4°C) and overnight is generally quite hot, with an overall low of 77°F (25°C). Short-stay periods have 12 h rs 43 min, and the longest is 13 hrs 02 min with an mean length of 12 hrs 53 min.
Whereas 42% of the early May rainy season is forecast, 79% of the final months of May will be marked by thunderstorms, drizzle and soft thunderfall. May weather is quite humid with rainy from time to time. An impressive 11.9 inches (303 mm) drop over an averaging 14 day.
As the months get older, the humidity increases. Since the rainy period is approaching Yangon, we recommend that you wear footwear at this point in the year.
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The weather: From April to May not much changes, the weather remains very warm. Adequate weather, fewer traffic and lower fares on air and hotel tickets make May an ideal month to visit Yangon. If the weather is unfavourable in the next few month, don't delay in having some enjoyment at the end of the "good season".
Kason Bo Watering is a national watering event where local residents perform a Mahabodhi Wateringemony. Myanmar residents believe that this action can help prevent the trees from dying as a consequence of the heat of the summer. As the Mahabodhi trees have close links to Buddha, various Buddhist practices are associated with this type of trees.
The Kason Bo Tree Watering Festivals show the local people their appreciation for Buddha. Since this is a domestic event and has no particular date, you can see some related activity on your way to the rides. If you are interested, ask the local people - their answer may come as a pleasant surprise! to them!
Situated in the centre of Yangon, the Sule pit (approx. 144 ft high) has a gold look and an eight-sided form, with an unspoilt lndian texture. At the Buddha's times the Buddha was build in front of the Shwedagon and is therefore more than 2,500 years old. Sule Pagode is a focus for the recent events in Burma's political life, as it witnessed both the 1988 rebellion and the 2007 Saffron Revolution.
The majority of our guests are drawn to the 8 carvings of the zip circle around the cloakroom. They depict different day of the year. Since the Sule Pagode is located in the centre of Yangon, it is very simple to get there or to see other sights of the town. Just one hours is enough to reach the Yangon Lagoon and then you can discover the remainder of Yangon town.
The Kandawgyi Shores, formerly called Royal Shores, is one of two large Yangon waters. Since the weather in May is not yet very cold, such a large pond with its quiet surroundings, the open sea and the cold breezes can contribute to relaxation. It is beautifully situated, with the Karaweik Palace, one of Yangon's most popular tourist sites, on the east coast.
Shedagon Pagoda is only 20 walking minute away and Sule Pagoda, Yangon Chinatown and other rides are also close by. The tour starts or ends in Yangon or Mandalay and lasts about 9 nights; visit Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake.