The country’s climate is tropical and subtropical, so hot and humid (over 35% in the plains), with monsoon periods. The average temperature for the whole is over 25 degrees, usually higher in the plains than in the mountains and highlands.
Due to differences in latitude and varied terrain, the climate differs considerably by region. There are however two seasons, the dry season, from November to April, and the wet season, from May to October. The average annual rainfall is 1500 mm in the plains and 2000-3000 mm in the mountains.
Located in the monsoon zone of East Asia, Vietnam knows two a year. They punctuate rural life. The winter monsoon mainly affects the area north of Danang and arrives in the northeast between October and March. It brings cool, wet winters to all areas north of Nha Trang and mild, dry weather to the south. From April – May to October, the southwestern monsoon pushes its winds laden with accumulated moisture in the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Siam. The monsoon winds bring with them heavy rains that usually fall in the evening and have a refreshing effect. The flora is never more beautiful than after the rains. The cloudy sky during this period makes the heat more bearable.
Between July and November, typhoons as violent as unpredictable often come from the ocean to the east. They hit the center or the north of the country, causing terrible devastation.
Most of Vietnam receives about 2000 mm of rain a year, although some areas of the Highlands are more watered (up to 3300 mm).
The monsoon winds bring with them heavy rains that usually fall in the evening and have a refreshing effect. The flora is never more beautiful than after the rains. The cloudy sky during this period makes the heat more bearable.
The best time to travel to the country to meet Vietnamese girls would be around the November-February mark.