The Best Time to Visit Thailand

Thailand is one of the “must-see” countries in Southeast Asia. Therefore, most tourists want to visit the country one time when having a chance. Although the country is known as the easy and wonderful country for exploring, if you do not have experiences for traveling, you can not avoid bad situations, therefore before traveling, you should learn more about the tips for traveling as well as the best place for traveling in Thailand. Furthermore, recently, many people always want to know what the best time for traveling in the country is. So the post will answer the question for all.

Similar to other countries in Southeast Asia, Thailand is a tropical country that has the sea, and there are bustling cities with low-cost shopping paradise. The time of travel in Thailand usually starts from the middle of October to April of next year.  Furthermore, Thailand has a tropical monsoon climate and four distinct seasons including dry season lasts from January to February, hot season from March to May, rainy season from June to October, cool season from November to December in which the highest rainfall (90%) occurs during the rainy season. The average temperature of Thailand’s weather is higher than Vietnam; the temperature is usually 32 degrees Celsius in December and up to 35 degrees Celsius in April every year. Therefore, according to fellow travelers, the best time for traveling Thailand in April because it has cool weather which is suitable for traveling and exploring beautiful landscapes around the country.

The Best Time to Visit Thailand
The Best Time to Visit Thailand

Besides that, the ideal time to travel to Thailand is from November to February, because during these months there is almost no rain and the weather is not too hot. Furthermore, this is also the time or place for many special festive activities. Moreover, if you are interested in exploring and attending the festival in Thailand, you should come to Thailand in April to enjoy yourself in the bustling air of the Songkran Festival which is the biggest festival of the year that takes place on 13th -15th April to welcome the New Year. In addition, if you want to visit the northern mountainous provinces, travel time Thailand you can go is in March – 5, or June – July, this season the temperature in the mountains is quite mild and pleasant.

Furthermore, if you can avoid peak season in Thailand, you should not visit the country in November to late March, July, and August. Therefore, if you do not want to enjoy crowned place and want to visit peaceful destinations, you should spend time for visit April, May, September, and October.

Hope that the post will help you have good information about the best time for traveling in Thailand. However, besides choosing the best time for visiting, tourists should also read more about the best place for traveling in the country as well as tips for traveling because Thailand is known as the Buddhist country, so they have special rules for all people in there including tourists. You can find more information at Indochina Vacation


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