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What is the best time of year to visit Thailand

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Thailand is a paradise of culture, color and beautiful beaches. We can help you choose the best time to visit Thailand when you plan your holiday.

Dec-February, mild temperatures, lower humidity.

Winter is the best and most popular time to travel Thailand because of its lower temperatures and humidity. The average temperature in Bangkok is 26 degrees. Winters are dry with very few rainfall days per month. This makes it a great time to visit some of Bangkok’s most swanky rooftop bars.

Enjoy the sounds of the resident DJs at the 49 th Floor at Octave. With 360-degree views of the city, or whisky, visit Alfresco 64, the highest open-air whisky bar anywhere in the world.

Winter is the best season to visit some of the most beautiful beaches along the west coast. Andaman sea resorts like Phuket and Khao Lak have temperatures in the mid-twenties. With the sea levels at their lowest, it is easy to find space on some of the most popular beaches in the region.

The North has Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, which are located in rolling mountain valleys. This means that temperatures in the North are slightly cooler than in the South. Light jackets can be worn in the evening.

March-May; rainy season

The rainy season in Thailand begins in late march. Rainfall increases further as the summer progresses. There are great deals available for accommodation in Thailand’s rainy season. Luxury 5-star resorts on the beachfront like Outrigger and Avani Plus Samui are available for as low as PS100 per night.

Water festival

You can also enjoy Thailand’s largest festival, Songkran, in April. The Thai New Year is also known as the “Water Festival” and it’s celebrated all over the country with its epicenter in Chiang Mai. The arrival of the rainy season is believed to symbolize cleaning and new beginnings. Water fights are often held to welcome the start of hot weather.

You can also spot wildlife in northern rainforests such as the Khao Sok National Park from the spring. You can visit the spring to feed the Asian elephants, walk among the monkeys in their rainforest or paddle down the weaving rivers that cut through the limestone mountain landscape.

June-August and monsoon season

The monsoon season begins in Thailand in June and lasts until October. The climate is hot and humid with torrential downpours that are often brief-lived.

Maximum temperatures are expected to be around 32/33 with higher temperatures in the north, such as Bangkok. Temperatures will also be slightly higher in areas along the coast like Phuket.

These months are when the monsoon season falls, so you will see fewer tourists. This can often mean that you can get exceptional value for your money. You can find some of the best beaches Thailand has to provide if you are looking for dry weather in the Eastern resorts of Hua Hin and Pattaya.

September-November: Lower temperatures and less rainfall

The autumn is a great time to travel Thailand, as temperatures drop and the rainfall drops. This allows you to avoid the crowds and chaos that can occur during peak winter months.

The best time to snorkel or dive is this time of the year. The nutrients that are washed into the coast by the rains provide food for many species. You can snorkel along the tranquil beaches of Koh Tao or go diving with whale sharks.

Thailand hosts many of its most popular festivals in the autumn months. Yi Peng, also known as the Festival of Light, is one of Thailand’s most popular festivals. It features thousands of sky lanterns and flickering candles that drift against the moonlight.

The Phuket Vegetarian Festival is held in September for foodies. The festival attracts people from all over Asia. You can enjoy a wide variety of vegetarian dishes and more unusual demonstrations like walking on hot coals or pushing knives through your cheeks.

Thailand Entry Requirements

You will need proof of full vaccination to enter Thailand. The NHS recovery and vaccination certificates will be accepted by Thailand. The PCR test must take place within 72 hours of the travel date for those who have not been vaccinated. Proof of vaccination is not required for anyone under 17 years old.

Your passport must be valid for at least six months before you can enter the country. A visa is also required.

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