The location of PhuQuoc in the Gulf of Thailand enables it to be embraced by the ocean and to have a temperate weather. The climate of this Emerald Island is monsoonal and sub-equatorial tropical with two distinct seasons: the dry season from November to May and the rainy season from June to October. During the dry season, PhuQuoc Island is affected by the northeast seasonal wind which has an average speed of 3.2m/s.
Sometimes, it can even reach the speed from 20 to 24m/s. The average humidity level is about 78%. On the other hand, during the rainy season,PhuQuoc Island experiences west-southwest seasonal windwhich has an average speed of 4.5 m/s.
The humidity level is also higher at that time: from 85% to 90%. The average annual temperature is about 27oC while the highest temperature ever recorded is 35oC in April and May, the two hottest months of the year in PhuQuoc. The precipitation is pretty high: 414mm/ month which leads to an average annual rainfall of 2879mm. In the northern mountains, a precipitation of 4000m has been recorded recently. Sometimes, the rain can last for 20 consecutive days.