When to travel to Thailand according to the climate?

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Annual average climate in Thailand

  • Minimum annual temperature: 23°C
  • Average annual temperature: 28°C
  • Maximum annual temperature: 33°C
  • Precipitation: 251 mm/month (with 22 rainy days/month)

The best time to go to Thailand

Min / Max Precipitation
January 20 ° / 31 ° 172mm / 16 days
february 21 ° / 33 ° 140mm / 12 days
March 23 ° / 35 ° 221mm / 17 days
April 25 ° / 36 ° 182mm / 17 days
may 25 ° / 34 ° 247mm / 22 days
June 25 ° / 33 ° 232mm / 22 days
July 25 ° / 33 ° 253mm / 23 days
August 25 ° / 32 ° 264mm / 24 days
September 24 ° / 32 ° 306mm / 24 days
October 24 ° / 32 ° 240mm / 20 days
November 22 ° / 32 ° 393mm / 22 days
December 20 ° / 31 ° 289mm / 20 days

These weather forecasts have been calculated using data from weather stations located across Thailand.





Details by cities

Check the climate forecast for the largest cities in Thailand:

  • Bangkok (30°C on average | 280 mm of rain/month over 22 days)
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  • Samut Prakan (29°C on average | 307 mm of rain/month over 23 days)
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  • Mueang Nonthaburi (29°C on average | 245 mm of rain/month over 20 days)
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  • Udon Thani (28°C on average | 233 mm of rain/month over 21 days)
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  • Chon buri (29°C on average | 228 mm of rain/month over 21 days)
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  • Nakhon Ratchasima (28°C on average | 183 mm of rain/month over 19 days)
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  • Chiang Mai (27°C on average | 216 mm of rain/month over 23 days)
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  • Hat Yaic (28°C on average | 204 mm of rain/month over 19 days)
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  • Lampang (28°C on average | 208 mm of rain/month over 23 days)
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  • Khon Kaen (28°C on average | 226 mm of rain/month over 20 days)
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F.A.Q.

What are the hottest cities in Thailand?

The following cities record the highest average maximum temperatures over the year:
Uttaradit (with 34°C), Phetchabun (with 34°C), Roof (with 34°C), Bangkok (with 34°C), Lampang (with 34°C), …


Which are the coldest cities in Thailand?

These cities are among those with the lowest average temperatures over the year:
Chiang Rai (with 26°C), Roi Et (with 27°C), Lampang (with 27°C), Phrae (with 27°C), There is Sot (with 27°C), …


Which cities have the most rain in Thailand?

These cities are among the rainiest in the country:
Chanthaburi (with 389 mm/month), Nakhon Phanom (with 355 mm/month), Nakhon Si Thammarat (with 332 mm/month), Samut Prakan (with 307 mm/month), Prachin Buri (with 297 mm/month), …

Which are the hottest months in Thailand?

The months of the year with the highest maximum temperatures are:
April (with 36°C), March (with 35°C), may (with 34°C), …

Which are the coldest months in Thailand?

The months of the year with the lowest average temperatures are:
December (with 25°C), January (with 25°C), November (with 27°C), …

Which are the driest months in Thailand?

The months of the year with the least rainfall are:
february (with 140 mm/month), January (with 172 mm/month), April (with 182 mm/month), …

Which are the rainiest months in Thailand?

The months of the year with the most rain are:
November (with 393 mm/month), September (with 306 mm/month), December (with 289 mm/month), …

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