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Local Foods in Chau Doc

Chau Doc is considered one of the tourist centers of An Giang Province, next to the border of Cambodia. Chau Doc has beautiful scenery and rich culture. This is the listing of all other articles about Chau Doc.

What to eat in Chau Doc, Vietnam

What to eat in Chau Doc, Vietnam

By joa

Chau Doc rice noodle, Tung Lo Mo, Thot Not Cake, Fish Sauce Hot Pot are the popular things to eat in Chau Doc, Vietnam

Places to visit in Chau Doc, Vietnam

Places to visit in Chau Doc, Vietnam

By joa

With above climatic characteristics, Chau Doc is less affected by the typhoon. However, sitting at the junction of a tributary linking the Chau Doc Rivers and Hau Rivers

Where to stay in Chau Doc, Vietnam

Where to stay in Chau Doc, Vietnam

By joa

From Luxury hotel and Resort to Friendly-budget accommodation, Chau Doc has many ideal places to stay for travelers worldwide

How to get around Chau Doc

How to get around Chau Doc

By joa

Getting around Chau Doc by local transport ‘Xe Loi’, boat, motorbike or taxi to enjoy the variety of this destination

How to get to Chau Doc, Vietnam

How to get to Chau Doc, Vietnam

By joa

With small area and many narrow canals, Chau Doc has no airport or train station. So, to get to Chau Doc, one can go either by motorbike, bus or boat

Weather & Best time to visit Chau Doc, Vietnam

Weather & Best time to visit Chau Doc, Vietnam

By joa

The annual average rainfall is 1,130 mm (to be 1,700-1,800 mm at the highest); the annual average humidity is from 80 to 85% that varies according to rain regulation. In general, the climate conditions here are favorable for agricultural development.

Chau Doc city information

Best time to travel

The best time to visit Hoian is between November and March. Other than that are trips to Hoian in the months of February to April: due to the microclimate on the island at this time pleasant temperatures and little rainfall prevail.

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WEATHER & CLIMATE

The climate in Thailand can be divided into two zones: a humid, tropical climate in the north, which is significantly influenced by the changing monsoon winds and the south and southeast with a tropical monsoon climate.

The north has a dry season from November to February and a rainy season from June to October. The months of March-May are called the Thai summer, when it can be very hot. The south is generally more humid, the temperature fluctuations and seasons are less pronounced.

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