What's Thailand’s climate like?
There are three seasons in Thailand, although what they are called and when they start is subject to much debate.
The Summer “hot” season runs essentially from March through to June, with temperatures between 33 C – 48 C in the day, and not below 27 C at night.
The Monsoon “rainy” season runs from July through to November with frequent heavy rain around 5.00pm.
The temperatures range from 32 C during the day to 16 C at night.
The winter “cool” season runs from November through to February with temperatures at 32C during the day, to a bearable 16 C at night, although in the North, it could be as low as 12 C.
This also doubles up as the dry season During the rainiest months of July to November, we recommend that you pack a light waterproof jacket and a pair of closed shoes.
For an up to date weather report, go to the Thai met-office website http://www.thaimet.tmd.go.th
Are there any poisonous/dangerous animals in Thailand?
Is it safe to drink the water?
What is the voltage of electricity supply?Do I need to take a converter?
Are there any international schools in Thailand?
Is it safe to walk the streets at night?
What languages are spoken in Thailand?
Where are the foreign embassies?
Are Internet and email facilities widely available in Thailand?
When is the best time in the year to visit Thailand?
What is there to see and do?
Is English widely spoken?
Can I buy a SIM card for my cell phone?
Is it convenient to make phone calls in Thailand?What kind of phone card is available to foreign travelers?
What are the work days and hours in Thailand?What about shops and stores hours?
What should I do if I lost my passport while traveling in Thailand?
What important phone numbers should I be aware of?
I am considering moving to Thailand, where can I get relocation information?
What is the capital of Thailand?
What are some cultural Do’s and Don’t in Thailand?