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Dong Nai Other Articles

Dong Nai is a province in the Southeast region of Vietnam, located east and northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. This is the listing of all other articles about Dong Nai.

Where to stay in Cat Tien National Park

Where to stay in Cat Tien National Park

By joa

There are many rare creatures and plant species live in and Cat Tien is the only natural reverse area which allows you to watch them not-in-the-cage.

Places to visit in Cat Tien National Park

Places to visit in Cat Tien National Park

By joa

In Dong Nai, you may visit some popular places in Cat Tien as Bau Sau, Bau Chim, Dao Tien Island, Ben Cu Rapid, Cat Tien Bear Rescue Center

Things to do in Cat Tien National Park

Things to do in Cat Tien National Park

By joa

In Cat Tien, you may see the forest of Queen's crepe-myrtle, Photographing butterflies and wild animals, joining Wild gibbon trek tour or Watching the daily nightlife of wild animals

How to get around Cat Tien National Park

How to get around Cat Tien National Park

By joa

Cat Tien National Park is not the place for you to freely go around by yourself. Unless you knew all the ways in the area, it is necessary to participate in a tour held by the empowered organization

How to get to Cat Tien National Park

How to get to Cat Tien National Park

By joa

The best place to start your journey by this mean of transport in Ho Chi Minh City. Because there is no direct shuttle bus route from Hanoi to Cat Tien National Park.

Weather & Best time to travel to Cat Tien National Park

Weather & Best time to travel to Cat Tien National Park

By joa

As lying in the tropical monsoon climate, Cat Tien National Park has a really hot and wet atmosphere.

Dong Nai 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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