Thailand seasons may be least
desired by foreigners visiting the country for the
They find it hot all he time, especially
those foreigners coming from the west who are used
to snows and extremely cold weather.
That is why
they jokingly refer to Thailand’s three seasons as:
the hot, the burning hot, and the too darn scorching
But it’s not really that bad. It’s
just that they are not used to hot weathers. But
once they get the hang of it, these foreigners never
want to leave anymore.
After all, Thailand has a lot of
cool and beautiful beaches to make up for the warm
It is true that
Thailand has three seasons that are all too hot for
westerner’s liking. There is the very hot season that
foreigners refer too as too darn hot.
This starts in March and lasts until
June. This season can sometimes become unbearable
for people used to cool weather.
So if traveling to Thailand during
these months, you better come prepared.
protection from the heat such as shades or
sunglasses, sun visors or hats, umbrellas and the
And if you are not into tanning your
skin, it’s best to lather up with sun block creams.
Moreover, wear only light cotton clothes so you can
endure the humid weather.
The weather is so hot and humid that
simple physical activity such as walking can tire
you out quickly. Temperatures can go as high as 40
degrees in Celsius and may cause heat strokes in
these hot spells.
The next season, which is from July to October, is the rainy
season. To most countries, rainy seasons mean wet and cool
weather. Not in Thailand though.
Unlike most tropical countries, it
neither rain all day nor every day during Thailand’s
rainy season. It only rains in the afternoon and it
still can be considered hot and humid. Mornings
during the rainy season are nice and just cool
enough. It’s best enjoyed in cafes, under a sunny
but somewhat cooler sky. Beaches also remain busy
during this season since a lot of people are still
in want of refreshingly cool water.
The last season is the best season for tourists
and vacationers to come to the land of smiles—the
cool or dry season. This cool season starts in
November and lasts until February. But do not be
By cool, this season only means cooler or
more comfortable weather than the other months and without
the rains. So, woolen coats and thick jackets are not
exactly necessary. Morning showers can be a little cold
depending on what your body is accustomed to.