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Thailand, Laos, Cambodia in June - weather

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Hi! I'm planning my first trip to SEA with a friend and unfortunately the only time we can go will be during the last week of May to early July. Seeing as this is the rainy season for Thailand (where we were hoping to stay for the majority of our trip) I was wondering if anyone can give us any insight into the rainy season. I've read that the rain storms are usually very heavy but don't last for very long (downpour for an hour or two every afternoon but then sunny skies the rest of the time). My question is if this is true, can we still make a great vacation of it as long as we prepare for short bouts of rain? Or am I reading this wrong and it's actually pouring rain all day long? We are mostly interested in seeing cultural sites (temples, etc), seeing wildlife, enjoying the food and seeing the beaches.

Does anyone have experience in Thailand in June?

I want to make a stop in Bali for a week at least and I know that is the dry season there so at least part of the trip will be dry.

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