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Thailand Climate

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Thailand Climate

The Thailand climate is controlled by tropical monsoons, therefore the weather is general hot and humid year-round across most of the country.
 
Generally, weather in Thailand is divided into three seasons of hot (Apr – Jun, Sep & Oct), cool (Nov – Mar) and rainy (Jul – Oct), but in reality it’s hot most of the year. The weather in northern, northeastern and central regions (the landlocked) maintain three seasons, whilst the southern, coastal areas feature only two: rainy and dry seasons. On the Andaman (west coast) including Phuket, Krabi and the Phi Phi Islands, the southwest monsoon brings heavy storm from April to October, while on the Gulf of Thailand (east coast), where Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao lie, the most rain falls between September and December. For those planning a beach vacation, the two coasts have slightly different rainy season, allowing travelers to find sunny beaches nearly year round.
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