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Dong Hoi is a coastal province in the North Central of Vietnam. Dong Hoi is the wonderland for those people seeking mindfulness and peace in the soul. This is the listing of all other articles about Dong Hoi.

About Con Dao Islands

About Con Dao Islands

By joa

Con Dao Island (Ba Ria – Vung Tau province) is famous for its beautiful pristine beaches, fine white sand that charms visitors. In addition, the air on the island is very fresh, like a paradise resort.

Top things to do in Con Dao Islands

Top things to do in Con Dao Islands

By joa

Con Dao was an archipelago with more political prisoners than the population. There are 11 prisons, of which Phu Hai is the largest prison

Best places to stay in Con Dao Islands

Best places to stay in Con Dao Islands - Con Dao Islands Essential Guide

By joa

Con Dao is not like some other islands. This place is full of hotels and resorts, gathered on Ton Duc Thang Street. Depending on what level of comfort and service you are looking for, prices vary greatly.

How to get around Con Dao Vietnam

How to get around Con Dao Vietnam

By joa

Con Dao tourism has the advantage of cool air, wide roads, romantic nature, very suitable to enjoy a few rounds of motorcycles

How to get to Con Dao, Vietnam

How to get to Con Dao, Vietnam

By joa

Apart from airplanes, guests also have a more economical means, which is to take a boat from Cat Lo ferry  (Vung Tau) to Ben Dam ferry (Con Dao)

Weather & Best time to visit Con Dao, Vietnam

Weather & Best time to visit Con Dao, Vietnam

By joa

Con Dao Island in Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province, but it is located offshore, about 92 nautical miles from Vung Tau.

Dong Hoi 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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