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Cambodia in november what to expect

  • zepptodrix

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    Going to south easy Asia in September an hoping to travel to Cambodia round November time all being well.. Any travellers any tips?

    #1 Posted: 26/5/2013 - 07:40

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  • lombokreebok

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    28th May, 2013
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    Expect... pretty good weather but cheaper prices. Among locals, November is considered the start of the high season. That means the regular expats tend to come back around this time, knowing it's the best for visiting. In late-December and January it can get quite busy and the summer is pretty wet, so November makes for a good in between.

    #2 Posted: 28/5/2013 - 20:27

  • amnicoll

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    enjoy yourself

    #3 Posted: 30/5/2013 - 06:48

  • Ova

    Joined Travelfish
    14th December, 2012
    Posts: 15

    November is often considered as the best month to travel in Cambodia.
    It comes right after the rainy season, so everything is still green and beautiful while it almost never rains. Tourists aren't that many as they generally start to flow in December.

    November is definitely a great call!

    #4 Posted: 3/6/2013 - 00:48

  • stefanw

    Joined Travelfish
    10th December, 2010
    Posts: 50

    Yep, November is definitely a great time to go to Cambodia. Everything is so green and probably rained lightly 3 times in 3 weeks when I was there.

    #5 Posted: 3/6/2013 - 02:25

  • Duxnuts

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    1st July, 2013
    Posts: 10

    I rode around Cambodia on a motorbike in November 2012. Was the best thing I've ever done and it only rained once or twice while I was on the road. If you are into riding you can do a Quad bike tour in Siem Reap, can't remember the name of the place but it was owned by a French guy. Excellent fun.

    Start of December I definitely noticed it getting busier though, especially around Sihanoukville. Also a lot of fun!

    #6 Posted: 1/7/2013 - 03:24

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