Siem Reap Weather in July


Season: Rainy Season

Siem Reap weather in July is hot and wet with the temperature hovering between 26-31℃ (79-88℉). The humidity also remains at a high level, at about 73%. As for precipitation, there are around 21 rainy days according to the historical data and the monthly rainfall is about 235 mm on average. 

The frequent heavy downpours make the month not so favorable for tourists to visit Siem Reap. However, if you don’t mind muddy roads and drenching drizzles, then it is possible for you to enjoy a less hectic experience in magnificent Angkor Wat Temples and capture some beautiful photos without too many competitors.  


Averages for Siem Reap Weather in July

Temperature: 29°C / 84°F
High Temperature: 31°C / 88°F
Low Temperature: 26°C / 79°F
Humidity: 73%
Rainfall: 235 mm
Rainy Days: 21 days
Sunrise: 05:41 ~ 05:49
Sunset: 18:32 ~ 18:36

What to Wear in Siem Reap in July

When visiting Siem Reap in July, the clothes recommended are light summer clothes and quick drying clothes. Generally, the short sleeve shirts, blouses, dresses, and light trousers are favorable. Quick drying clothes and umbrellas are very recommended in case of suffering heavy downpours when exploring outside.  
Siem Reap Clothes in July July Wear in Siem Reap

Top Things to Do in Siem Reap in July

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The top things to do in Siem Reap in July definitely include exploring the giant Angkor Wat temple complex. It is recommended to hire a car to visit the spectacular temples as the roads may be muddy, and hiking might be a little difficult on rainy days. Enjoying the sprawling complex from above is also a good choice. There is 8-minute or 14-minute flight to overlook the whole complex and nearby areas. In the rainy season, as the water level keeps high, it is good time for visitors to take a boat to visit floating villages near the Tonle Sap Lake, where you can also enjoy an impressive sunset view.  


1. As the monsoon showers are frequent in the afternoon, it is recommended to make the outdoor sightseeing in the morning.
2. When visiting temples, pay attention to the clothes you wear. Shoulders and knees should be covered properly.
- Last updated on Mar. 24, 2023 by Kate Liu -