Ngapali Beach OctoberBeach Ngapali October
Weather in October at Ngapali Beach
In October the cold seasons begin, as does the high seasons for travelling. In comparison to July and August (the wetest months), precipitation in October falls strongly. October temperature remains relatively steady. The daytime temperature is 33°C (91°F) and the nighttime temperature is 25°C (77°F). It is suitable for both indoors and out.
Clothes: T-shirts and trousers will be worn in October. Also, if you want to schedule more outside activity, you should get a set of casual sport footwear or slipper. October still has little rain in the morning and evening, but that doesn't have much influence on your planning for the outdoors.
Outdoors and indoors are both appropriate this months. Ngapali's 9-hole course is located directly on the beach, with a view of the ocean, on the promontory between the Ngapali beach and the university. Or, you can take a cab to the cab and spend about $25 for a 9-hole Greenfee and rent.
Golfers who itch a few pits during their time at Ngapali Beach will have a great time for 2h9. You have a wonderful view of the beach from the course, with long distances of clean, smooth, white and empty sands. October is a month of calm and relaxation with the climate here.
You can also take a stroll around the square and admire the lovely landscape if you have enough to. In all honesty, Ngapali is not the best place to shop because of the absence of trade and higher fares in comparison to major travel locations like Yangon. There are still some gift stores on Ngapali Beach, but most of them are selling the same things.
However, there is a store named Mimi Ngapali Gift Store, which was recently opened by a friendly Myanmar woman and her English spouse and sells pretty memorabilia that are different (and even more beautiful) than the other Ngapali gift stores. Here you will find jewellery, purses, scarves and pretty footwear made of locally produced material, not to speak of pretty scarves and natural-soap.
It is prepared by the owners, a cook from Germany, and many people come every single working night just to take a breath of heaven and a cool rest from the burning heat on the beach.