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Thailand's Weather

Thailand has great fishing weather all year round.

Northern Regions

Thailand's weather is driven by monsoons that sweep across the country mostly during what we would consider the UK's summer months, meaning much of the best weather in Thailand, is during our winter, making Thailand a great winter escape! The monsoons create  three seasons in the north and central areas and two in the south. In addition to the monsoons, Thailand's geography means that the climate is very diverse, but on the whole it is suited to life outdoors, even in rainy season months,  in many parts of the country making the fishing all the more pleasurable.



Chiang Mai

  Average temperature  

  Average rainfall  

Hot Season
March - June

21 - 34oC

69mm

Rainy Season
July - September

23 - 31oC

218mm

Cool Season
October - February

16 - 30oC

30mm

Hot Season - boasts high temperatures and lightweight cotton clothes are best. Cool Season - a few warmer layers are required as temperatures drop at night.
Rainy Season - sees heavy rainfall throughout due to the effects of the southwest monsoon.

Central Thailand:

Bangkok

  Average temperature  

  Average rainfall  

Hot Season
March - May

25 - 34oC

97mm

Rainy Season
June - October

24 - 32oC

101mm

Cool Season
November - February

21 - 32oC

25mm

Hot Season -high temperatures/humidity.
Cool Season - remains quite hot but evenings tend to be cooler and a few warm layers are required.
Rainy season - most rain tends to fall between August and September - flooding can be common towards the end of this period.

South West:

Phuket

  Average temperature  

  Average rainfall  

Hot and Dry Season
November - May

25 - 31oC

125mm

Rainy Season
June - October

26 - 30oC

315mm

South East:

Koh Samui

  Average temperature  

  Average rainfall  

Hot and Dry Season
January - April

21 - 32oC

40mm

Rainy Season
May - December

24 - 31oC

200mm