Ho Chi Minh City Weather in September


Season: Rainy Season

The Ho Chi Minh City weather in September sees a slight decrease in temperature. The average temperature at the hottest time of the day remains about 31℃(88℉) and it decreases to 24℃(75℉) at the coolest moment. Most days of the month have rains and the total precipitation accumulates to 330 mm. Thus, the humidity keeps at a pretty high level of 85%, making it one of the wettest months of the year. In this month, the daytime hours gradually become shorter and shorter, from 12 hours and 20 minutes to 12 hours. 

Anyway, before departure, checking the real-time weather forecast is recommended. 


Averages for Ho Chi Minh City Weather in September

Temperature: 28°C / 82°F
High Temperature: 31°C / 88°F
Low Temperature: 24°C / 75°F
Humidity: 85%
Rainfall: 330 mm
Rainy Days: 23 days
Sunrise: 05:42 ~ 05:43
Sunset: 17:44 ~ 18:03

What to Wear in Ho Chi Minh City in September

Visiting Ho Chi Minh City in September, travelers should prepare some comfortable and breathable clothes as sweltering hot days haven’t completely ended yet. Dresses, shirts, and light cotton trousers are good options. Due to the heavy rainfall, rain gear is essential in your luggage. 
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Top Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City in September

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Planning a Ho Chi Minh City trip in September, the top things to do include: visiting the memorable and educational War Remnants Museum to learn about Vietnam War; walking around the downtown area to appreciate magnificent colonial buildings; experiencing the vibrant nightlife by wandering Pham Ngu Lao Street; and exploring adventurous Cu Chi Tunnels in the suburban area. September also welcomes two significant Vietnam festivals: the National Independence Day falling on September 2nd and the Mid-Autumn Festival usually taking place in middle to late September or early October. Visitors can happily experience the festive atmosphere, taste moon cakes and take part in the lantern procession. 

- Last updated on Mar. 03, 2023 by Kate Liu -