Cambodia in September

September to October sees Cambodia enter its second, cooler, monsoon season. Precipitation hits 320 mm in October, the wettest month of the year, and temperatures in the mid-20s are common. In September humidity regularly hits 85 percent. The period marks Pchum Ben, a 15-day religious festival unique to Cambodia, culminating in a three day holiday (usually in early October) when people pay respects to their ancestors. A fascinating time to visit temples when ample food offerings are made to monks and elderly relatives, and the smell of burning incense permeates the surround areas. Though a respectful time, Cambodians, particularly the young, waste no time taking advantage the national holiday, the capital, Phnom Penh, becoming at its most vibrant at night.

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