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The weather guide for Thailand shows long term weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia) & today's weather forecast provided by MeteoBlue. Find out more about our data sources.
Which is the hottest month in Thailand?
The hottest time of year in Bangkok, Thailand is normally April. Expect maximum daytime temperatures to reach 95°F with extreme heat and humidity.
Which month has the most rain in Thailand?
In terms of rainfall, September is usually the wettest month in Bangkok, Thailand with 11.5 inches on average. There are normally 20 days in September with some rain.
When is it sunniest in Thailand?
The sunniest time of year in Bangkok, Thailand is normally January with bright sunshine on average for 75% of daylight hours; that's 9 hours of sunshine per day.
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Thailand weather overview
This southeast Asian country, which lies between Cambodia, Burma and Laos, is one of the world's top winter-sun destinations.
November to February is the best time to visit, when dry and sunny weather prevails, though Chiang Mai and the region around the northern hills can be chilly in the evenings as the northeast monsoon winds blow in from China, bringing dryer air to high ground.
The same winds, however, can bring rain to southern Thailand if they sweep in from the Pacific across the Gulf of Siam; this means the far south, which has an equatorial climate, is hotter and muggier and has a longer rainy season than the rest of the country, which has a tropical monsoon climate.
Avoid visiting in the height of the rainy season if you can, as heat, damp and humidity combine to make the atmosphere like a wet blanket.
What to pack for Thailand weather
Take light clothes with something warmer for winter nights in the north, and rainwear in the wet season.
More Thailand destinations
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- Chiang Rai
- Hat Yai
- Khao Sok National Park
- Khao Yai National Park
- Ko Chang
- Mae Hong Son
- Nakhon Ratchasima
- Nong Khai
- Phi Phi
- Surat Thani
- Ubon Ratchathani
- Udon Thani
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