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When To Go To Thailand
The best time to visit Thailand is during the dry season, however the country has some distinct regional variations with its climate.
The Drier Season - October to May
The north of the country dry season runs from October to May. Temperatures here can hit the 40s.
The southern beach resorts, especially the western side are best visited between November to March. Temperatures are comfortable until March when the humidity increases. May, September and October are the wettest months.
The Wetter Season - June to September
May to October is the monsoon with downpours occurring once or twice a day, rather than constant rain, however Koh Samui and the Eastern Coast has a tropical climate and the best time to visit is during this season, from February to September, which is relatively dry but there is some rain every month.
May, September and October are the wettest months in Bangkok.