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Weather of Cambodia

Cambodia has a tropical climate, hot and humid, with a lush vegetation. There are two distinct seasons : the dry season, from november to may and the rainy season between june and october.

Visitors may find the dry season more cool to visit Cambodia. Between December and March, there are almost no rains. The temperature can go down to 15°C / 59°F. which is cold for Cambodians. But the dry season is also the hottest. In April, the temperature is around 40°C/104°F. An ideal climate for beach activities. It is also the best season to sail out on the Gulf of Thailand, to make trip to the islands and diving.

The monsoon season is characterized by very violent rain and very brief. They usually arrive in late afternoon. The vegetation takes its full shape and lush dense, and the country its green color. The rains swell the Tonle Sap, the largest lake in Southeast Asia. Many rivers become navigable. It's a unique opportunity to visit Cambodia by waterway. But travel is also more difficult because of the mud. On the sea side, stronger winds make the sea agitated. Trips to the islands and water activities are more difficult in this period.
The best time for diving is between December and March. Heavy rains make diving very difficult between May and October.

Cambodia's wet season comes courtesy of the southwest monsoon which blows from May to October, bringing with it some 75% of Cambodia's annual rainfall. Not surprisingly, wet season is characterised by rain, and in the peak of wet season from July to September it can rain as much as two out of every three days. Rainy days tend to have a few hours of heavy rain rather than being all-day downpours, though the latter do occur -- you will get wet travelling in a Cambodian wet season.

Aside from getting drenched, the main disadvantage of travelling in wet season in Cambodia relates to flooding and degraded road conditions. The bulk of roads in Cambodia are dirt and in wet season they turn to heavily rutted and pot-holed mud-pits. Travelling in rural areas, particularly the north and northeast of the country, can be slowed considerably. You will still be able to go just about anywhere, it will just take longer.

A secondary problem are bridges being out, but this is becoming less of an issue as the quality of bridgework is improving. Cambodia's arterial routes -- namely Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, Phnom Penh to Battambang and Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville -- are all-weather, sealed affairs and far less of a problem than the unsealed roads.

On the upside, monsoonal Cambodia is a beautiful country to travel in. The dust is all gone (turned to mud unfortunately) and the lush greenery of the country returns. Angkor Wat in particular can be stunning in wet season -- the birdlife is far more obvious and the ruins have a unique appearance and feel. Observing Angkor Wat with a lightning storm as a backdrop is an electrifying experience (couldn't resist!). There are also far fewer travellers in the country, so if you prefer to dodge the crowds, wet season can be a good time to visit.

Regionally, the Cardamom mountains get the heaviest rain in the country, while the entire coastline gets rough seas and a lot of rain.

Cambodia's dry season runs from October to April, when the dusty northeast monsoon arrives. Blowing like a hair-dryer set to high, the northeast monsoon dries out the country fast. While November and January are quite cool (high C20s) by April the weather is scorching and oh so dry it will take your breath away. Characterised by heat and dust, this season coincides with Cambodia's peak tourist season when travellers arrive in their droves between November and January to take advantage of the lack of rain and the relative cool. By March travelling can be uncomfortable and hot while April can be excrutiating.

As the country dries out, badly rutted roads get graded and trip times improve dramatically, though get incredibly dusty. Cambodia's beach strips at Kep, Sihanoukville and Ko Kong bask in brilliant sunshine with clear calm waters -- if you're a beach bum, dry season is the season for you.

Budgetary

The Siem Reap Angkor Agape School came into being in 14th February 2005.
The Budgetary sources
- The best one is from Norway
- From Parents’ Association
- From our students’ parents
- From Khmer helps Khmer Churches
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About School

We pray everyday to up hold our school in the kingdom of God, children's family and our country. Moreover, we also sent our prayer request through internet to brothers and sisters throughout the world to help us... Read more...

Our Mission

SAS has the plan or mission to build up the educational citizen that can know clearly not only the word of God but also the world knowledge with real possible vocation (knowledge and skill), higher personality characteristic (disciplinable, moral, virtuous, and high attendant). Read more...


Address / អាស័យដ្ឋាន:

Trang Village, Kondek Communce, Prasat Bakong District, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia.
ភូមត្រាង ឃុំកណ្តែក ស្រុកបា្រសាទបាគង ខេត្តសៀមរាប ព្រះរាជាណាចក្រកម្ពុជា

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info@agapeschool.org
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Telephone

+85512994822
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+85516994822
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Website: www.agapetechnology.info
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