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Travel during Thailand/Cambodia/Vietnam rainy season?

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A friend and I are dying to go on a trip through Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam this summer. Unfortunately we can only go in June or September, both of which are during rainy season in the regions we plan to visit.

We're young, active travelers who want to be out experiencing all these places have to offer. Is it still worth going on this trip if we have to go during rainy season? We are considering a similar trip through Indonesia, which appears to have better weather that time of year, but our first choice is Thailand, etc.!

Any and all advice will be very appreciated -- give us the good, the bad, and the ugly of rainy season travel!

Thanks!!

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