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  • Thailand in Brief
  • Climate


altThe local climate is tropical and characterized by monsoons. The most dependable features of Thailand’s climate are its heat and humidity.

It is possible to distinguish three seasons in Bangkok as follow:

- The hot-dry season
February to May with an average day temperature of 34˚c and 75% humidity
- The wet (monsoon) season
June to October with an average day time temperature of 29˚c and 87% humidity
- The cool season
November to January when temperatures range from 32˚c to below 20˚c with a drop in humidity.
The monsoon season in Thailand does not involve months of continual rain. There is a rainy, warm, and cloudy southwest monsoon from mid-May to September, as well as a dry, cool northeast monsoon from November to mid-March. The southern isthmus is always hot and humid.