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00, 8, 2); // mapDestination(2, 1, 219); }); Without exception every Thailand Day involves a visit to the capitol of the realm, Bangkok, or Krung Thep, "the town of the angels" as it is known to its people. Bangkok is a great place to visit and many visitors to Bangkok are immediately amazed by the scale of the town and the variety of tourist attraction it has to offer. What is more, Bangkok is a great place to visit.
The weather and the best times to visit Thailand
How would you like to know about the Thai climate? You can find more information in our Thai Meteorological Chart - an online climate chart with details on precipitation, temperatures and number of rainfalls per day and per day.
Click on the link below for a Thailand forecast for each calendar year. Thailand can best be described as tropic and moist for the vast majority of the land during most of the year. Thailand's area south of Bangkok has a three-season climatic pattern, while Thailand's south peninsula has only two.
North of Thailand the season is clearly delineated. From November to May the climate is mostly arid, but divided into the period November to February and March to May. This latter of these two period has the higher temperature, because the northeastern month does not directly concern the north part of Thailand, but causes a cool breeze from November to February.
During the other northerly period, from May to November, the southwestern month dominates, with the highest precipitation in the south. Thailand's Mediterranean regions really have only two distinct distinct distinct seasons - moist and arid. Those times of year do not run simultaneously on the eastern and western sides of the mainland.
Along the western coastline, the southwestern month from April to October causes rains and often severe winds, while on the eastern coastline most rains fall between September and December. Altogether, the south of Thailand receives by far the largest amount of precipitation, around 2,400 millimeters per year, in comparison with the center and north of Thailand, which both reach around 1,400 millimeters.
What is the best timeframe to visit Thailand? In general, the best period to visit Thailand is from November to February, when the northeastern month of the year is the month when the cold, arid winds of the North East month are used as a means of recovering from the heats. In Bangkok during this cold period of the year the climate varies between 18 and 32°C, while in the north and north-east of Thailand it can get quite cold at only eight to 12°C in the mornings and occasionally 20°C a day. Although the climate in the north and north-east of the country is very cold, the climate in the north and north-east of the country is not very warm.
Night can be particularly cool and at high altitude the temperature can and will fall below zero. Bangkok's temperature at this point averages 34°C, but can often rise to 40°C at 75% relative air moisture. July to October is the month of the month when most of Thailand's precipitation falls and floods can devastate the area.
On average the air moisture is about 90%, the average temperature is 29°C in a very humid and rainny Bangkok. Monsoons end when the winds change and bring drier conditions from the NE. In the mid month of this seasons, particularly strong rainfall can occur for the northern part of the state.