Probably the only month of the year when tourists can walk in any part of Thailand without looking back at the unpredictable nature of the rains and any vagaries of nature is December. This is a month of abundance of the sun and a comfortable air temperature for the human body..
The content of the article
- one Weather in Bangkok
- 2 Weather in Koh Chang and Koh Kut
- 3 Weather in the north of Thailand
- 4 Weather in northeast Thailand
- five Weather on Koh Samui, Tao and Phangan
- 6 Phuket weather
Weather in Bangkok
Bangkok and central Thailand are the most popular tourist destinations in December. Pleasant warm weather with an air temperature of maximum 30 degrees and an almost complete absence of rain - all this creates conditions for the capital of Thailand to be considered one of the most visited cities not only in this country, but throughout the world.
Weather in Koh Chang and Koh Kut
All, without exception, the islands of the eastern part of Thailand are an ideal holiday destination for tourists, especially for tourists from our country who have already got tired of the chilly autumn and cold winter..
Weather in the north of Thailand
The northern part of Thailand also boasts the lowest rainfall in this part of the country in the month of December. True, the air temperature here in the evenings can drop to 15 degrees Celsius, which is considered quite cold by Thai standards. At this time, the natives even wear jackets and hats..
Weather in northeast Thailand
The weather in the northeastern part of Thailand does not differ much from the weather in the northern region - it is warm enough during the day and cool enough in the evening..
Weather on Koh Samui, Tao and Phangan
Southeastern Thailand doesn't quite fit into the rosy picture most of us envision as the perfect beach destination. It rains here, although not significant and short-term, but it falls every day. However, holidays on islands such as Koh Tao and Koh Pha Ngan will leave an indelible mark on your soul, even in spite of the rain..
The weather in the southwestern part of Thailand in December can be described in one succinct word - excellent! Maximum sun and minimum rain! And what else is needed for happiness?!