Sao Beach Phu Quoc


Phu Quoc's climate

Located in the Gulf of Thailand, the hear-shaped island lies just 62 nautical miles from Rach Gia and nearly 290 nautical miles from Laem Chabang (Thailand). It covers an area of 567 sq. km (about...

Phu Quoc Island has a tropical climate

Phu Quoc Island has a tropical climate that varies throughout the year so its worthwhile knowing what weather conditions to expect before you arrive. The following Phu Quoc Climate and Weather...

Temperature in Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc enjoys a very consistent average temperature of 27.7 Celsius (81.9 Fahrenheit), with an average maximum daytime temperature of 31.2 Celsius and average minimum of 24.6 Celsius.

Rainfall in Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc has its driest months from November through to March when average rainfall is a mere 43mm/mth. January and February are the driest months of the year and also the most popular times for...

Humidity in Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc has a fairly consistent year around humidity, averaging nearly 80%, however you will find that the more humid months of the year also co-inside with the wettest months during the monsoon.

Average Wind Speeds in Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc islands calmest months of the year stretch from late October through to April when average wind speed is a mild 7.2km/h, and maximum daily wind speed averages 16km/h.

Rainy Days in Phu Quoc

The months with most rainfall occur during the monsoon from July to October, however even during this period there are a number of days with no rain.

Visibility in Phu Quoc

The best months for visibility as you would expect are in the dry season, however visibility is still relatively consistent through out the year.

Average Sea Level Pressure in Phu Quoc

Average Mean sea level pressure in Phu Quoc is consistent with the passing of the monsoon season, reaching a lower average pressure during the months from June to September and climbing to a peak in...