Thailand Three Seasons
Thai people say they have three seasons, HOT, VERY HOT and DAMN HOT. Raining season, May to November but can be moderate or abundant rain. The climatic phenomenon is also true in Thailand, and from year to year this season calendar can change. Better check the weather report.
The year 2011 was the worst rainy season, with almost the entire country underwater for nearly six months, leaving behind a heavy toll of economic and human losses of 815 lives.
The climate is different either you stay in the North, central part of the country or the South. Whatever the season a Mosquito repellent is essential.
The Beach Lovers
The southern region has only two seasons, wet and dry, and depending on you are in the east or west. If you travel in July and August will choose the east, Ban Krut North, Hua Hin, Ko Samet, Ko Chang, Ko Mak, Ko Kood, Ko Samui, Ko Phangan, Ko Tao, is better than the Andaman sea where the monsoon is at its peak but will avoid the Gulf of Siam islands in September to December.
The Best time and Hot Season
The ideal time to visit the country is from November to February. The summer season from March, still dry but hot. April is the hottest month of the year. May the rain cool down the temperature and is always welcome. July to November is the monsoon, humidity average is around 90%.
I think Thailand can be a good destination during this period, no constant rainfall and luxuriant nature, and the good thing, you can stay and be pampered in a top hotel at a very good deal. Also, whether by buses, ferries, train or flights, everything is easier and you can take advantage of the low season rates on some destinations.
Please come and enjoy
I hope this will be useful to you in planning your next trip to Bangkok. If you have any questions, I will be more than happy to help you out
Your messages of encouragement and comments are always welcome.