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Chantaburi and the Southeast Weather
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As with almost all of Thailand, the climate in this region is hot all year with a dry and wet season. However, the wet season is extended here by a monsoon from the northeast, making this one of the wettest parts of the country.
Chantaburi and the Southeast Weather: The dry season lasts from November until February when a "mini monsoon" from China brings rain to the region. The 3-4000 mm of rain anually means that lush forests occur here and make it an ideal place for growing fruit - much of the tropical fruit that makes it to Bangkok's markets come from this region. Temperatures, whilst very hot, don't quite get to the intensity that is characteristic of the dry season in other regions.
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