Siem Reap Weather in November


Season: Dry Season 

In November, the rainy season draws to a conclusion and the dry season starts. A significant drop in rainfall can be expected and the monthly precipitation only accumulates to 62mm from 5 rainy days averagely. The humidity also decreases a little from 76% in October to 70% this month. Siem Reap weather in November is not scorching hot with the average temperature hovering between 24-30℃(75-86℉).

Entering the dry season, Siem Reap also welcomes its high travel season and the resort town may be full of tourists. Also, the 3-day traditional Cambodian Water Festival, Bon Om Touk, may fall in November.


Averages for Siem Reap Weather in November

Temperature: 27°C / 81°F
High Temperature: 30°C / 86°F
Low Temperature: 24°C / 75°F
Humidity: 70%
Rainfall: 62 mm
Rainy Days: 5 days
Sunrise: 05:59 ~ 06:11
Sunset: 17:34 ~ 17:37

What to Wear in Siem Reap in November

Visitors who plan to travel to Siem Reap in November with balmy weather are advised to prepare some light clothes. T-shirts, polo shirts or long sleeve shirts are all appropriate in the daytime. A pair of light trousers or jeans are optional. In the early morning or late evening, a thin coat or jacket is also necessary.       
Siem Reap Clothes in November November Wear in Siem Reap

Top Things to Do in Siem Reap in November

Recommendation Rate of Travel: 

When visiting Siem Reap in November, the giant temple complex of Angkor Wat should top all the visit lists. This UNESCO World Heritage Site may be crowded in November but no one feels disappointed about its ancient charm. You may watch a sunrise or sunset over Angkor Wat; witness the intricate carvings and motifs; and explore remote temples by tuk-tuk. Bon Om Tuk is another highlight unmissable in Siem Reap in November. The festival is held to memorize the victory over the Chams during which riverside parties and boat races will be held, offering travelers not only a glimpse of local culture but also delicious Cambodian street food. 


1. As the high travel season comes, both the flight and accommodation prices soar. It is recommended to book them as early as possible. 
2. Please dress properly if you plan to visit temples. Upper arms should be covered and shorts and skirts should below the knees.
- Last updated on Mar. 24, 2023 by Kate Liu -