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Is it wise??????????????????

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1. Posted by eggmafoo (Budding Member 10 posts) 10y

i am lookin at setting off around the world in july, with me travelling around thailand, malaysia, loas, vietnam, cambodia and bali between sept to mid dec.
Everywhere I look states that it is the monsson season, and rtw ticket quotes only give a price from dec to jun......does anyone know why this is? Is it a real bad thing to travel se asia between sept and dec, or will there be some sun (allowing me to enjoy the islands)...th web, andreading lonely planet dont really say whether it a good thing or not

2. Posted by danalasta (Travel Guru 519 posts) 10y

Monsoon is a misunderstood word...it does not mean all rain and no sunshine during the "monsoon period" throughout SEA...in malaysia, for instance, the east coast states have rainy period, usually year end (that is, december-jan), and in cambodia, vietnam ( aug-oct)...southern thailand same as malaysia, central and northern thailand , usually sept-nov...then again, being tropical countries, they also have tropical thunderstorms during the transitional period, usually april-july.

so dont let the monsoon period spoil your travel plans..

have fun.

dana

3. Posted by eggmafoo (Budding Member 10 posts) 10y

thanks for that. i do have experience of the wet season in malaysia (one week), but just got th vibe that sept to dec is the total wrong time to go....but your info has put my mind at rest

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5. Posted by eggmafoo (Budding Member 10 posts) 10y

what do you mean spam....i was just after advice

6. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 10y

Quoting eggmafoo

what do you mean spam....i was just after advice

Probably someone quoted the last post of Nikunj82 as spam because there is an emailadress in it.

7. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 10y

Sorry for the confusion, someone else's post was flagged as spam as he's posted it in 15 or so threads. Going through them now to delete... :)