Thailand Seasons

The best Time To Visit Thailand Explained By Month

September 17, 2017 By Richard

The best Time To Visit Thailand Explained By Month

The best Time To Visit Thailand

Visiting Thailand in January

The best Time To Visit Thailand. The weather is good throughout the country at this time of year. There is little chance of rain, while cooler temperatures in the north make conditions more comfortable and all the west coast beaches are likely to be bathed in sunshine.

Visiting Thailand in February

A few showers are expected on Thailand’s east coast towards the start of the month, but the rest of the country remains hot and dry. Even the normally cool early mornings in the north begin to heat up.

Visiting Thailand in March

Fine weather should be expected throughout Thailand in March, with temperatures rising into the mid 30°Cs and the colder weather in the north disappearing. This means that you can go anywhere in the country to enjoy sun-kissed beaches.

Visiting Thailand in April

More excellent weather during April and the visitor numbers continue to rise. Be sure to book your accommodation far in advance to get the best choice of hotels. Travelling over Songkran (Thai New Year) means you can have great fun joining in the celebrations, but it is likely to be busier.

Visiting Thailand in May

A great month to visit Thailand as prices lower following the peak season, meaning that you may be able to take advantage of a shoulder season promotion. For the majority of the month very little rain is expected, but for guaranteed sunshine on the beach, stick to the east coast.

Visiting Thailand in June

June is a good time to visit, allowing you to catch the last of the dry weather and avoid the crowds seen during the European school holidays. Thailand is bathed in sunshine at this time of year, and there are wonderful opportunities to grab a shoulder season bargain.

Visiting Thailand in July

Temperatures start to drop a little as wind and rain becomes more common towards the end of the month. The sun is still out on the east coast beaches, but islands such as Koh Samui tend to get busy over the school holidays. The beginning of the month is best.

Visiting Thailand in August

The rain is widespread across Thailand now; especially in the north of the country where heavy rainfall is common. Beach options start to dwindle, with Hua Hin and Koh Samui being the best places to head; although you may still experience a few showers.

Visiting Thailand in September

September is usually the wettest month of the year, so it’s not ideal for beach goers. However, those seeking a low season bargain and no crowds can still enjoy a worthwhile exploration at this time of year.

Visiting Thailand in October

Rains continue throughout the beginning of October and temperatures begin to drop. However, the more comfortable cooler temperatures and lower humidity, along with less chance of rain at the end of the month, make October a good month to travel.

Visiting Thailand in November

The sun returns to Thailand’s west coast and beach goers begin to flock to Khao Lak, Phuket and Krabi once again. If you visit at the start of the month you can beat the crowds. Early mornings and late evenings in northern Thailand begin to cool as winter approaches.

Visiting Thailand in December

Thailand’s west coast beaches prepare for the Christmas rush and it’s best to book far in advance to secure your preferred option. With good weather all round, it’s peak time to visit Thailand. We recommend going at the beginning of the month to avoid the hotel surcharges over Christmas.

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