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Thailand's best travel season | Climate Guide
Even though the climates vary throughout Thailand, you can stay all year round. It is best to travel in the cold and arid seasons between November and early April. It is cheaper to go scuba and snorkel on the western shore during the northwest. There is good wheather on the eastern coastline almost all year round, with the least rainfall in January and February and the highest in November.
It' good seasonal weathers all over the year. The likelihood of precipitation is low, while colder northern temperature makes the climate more pleasant and all western coastline is in sun. This is not a feast day, but it is a celebration throughout the entire nation, especially in Bangkok's Chinatown, which turns flushed and houses thrilling kite processions, fireworks and dances in the street.
On Thailand's eastern seaboard a few downpours are anticipated towards the beginning of the months, but the remainder of the land stays overcast. The normally chilly early morning hours in the northern hemisphere even begin to warm up. This is not a feast day, but it is a celebration throughout the entire nation, especially in Bangkok's Chinatown, which turns flushed and houses thrilling kite processions, fireworks and dances in the street.
Good-temperature is to be expect in all of Thailand in March, with the temperature reaching the middle of 30°C and the cooler northern climate disappeare. That means you can bask in the sunny countryside. This is not a feast day, but it is a celebration throughout the entire nation, especially in Bangkok's Chinatown, which turns flushed and houses thrilling kite processions, fireworks and dances in the street.
The April weathers are better and the number of visitors continues to soar. A trip over Songkran (Thai New Year) means you can have a lot of laughs, but it's probably much more busy. It is the traditionnal New Year's Day in Thailand. This is a great time of year to come to Thailand because post-high rate is lower, which means you can take full benefit of a seasonal should-off.
Most of the months very little precipitation is anticipated, but for sure sundown on the beaches, stay on the eastern part. It is a good season to capture the last drought and prevent the masses of people during the summer break.
During this period Thailand is sunbathing and there are great bargains. The temperature starts to fall slightly as the winds and rains become more frequent towards the end of the months. There is still sunlight on the eastern shore, but the island of Koh Samui tends to be active throughout the year.
Earlier this months is the best time. Today the rains are widely spread throughout Thailand, especially in the northern part of the county, where there is often a lot of it. The beaches are dwindling, with Hua Hin and Koh Samui being the best places to stay.
It is usually the humidest time of the year, so it is not perfect for visitors to the beaches. The colder temperature and lower air moisture, together with the lower probability of precipitation at the end of the months, make October a good travel time. Returning to Thailand's western coastline, visitors return to Khao Lak, Phuket and Krabi.
When you come at the beginning of the months, you can beating the crowd. In the north of Thailand, the early morning and early evening begin to chill with the approaching snow. It is a celebration mainly attended by south-western Thai culture. Thailand ashore on the western coastline are preparing for the Christmas hype and it is best to reserve well in advance to ensure your favourite options.
It is high season to come to Thailand in good all-round conditions. It is recommended to leave at the beginning of the months to prevent extra charges over Christmas. Thailand is another of the countries with a pronounced east-west climat. For us it is either November, for the nice beach on the western shore, or June to beat the masses and enjoy some of the countrys best culture in good weathers.