In fact, July in Thailand is not much different from its predecessor - the month of June. Except that the amount of rain increases, if at all possible.
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
In Bangkok and Central Thailand, the air temperature, starting in July, gradually drops, and all this against the backdrop of steady rains. And this state of affairs will continue on average until September. But this has its own charm - waterfalls in national parks are filled with water and appear before visitors in all their unique splendor.
Weather in Koh Chang and Koh Kut
All the severity of the torrential rains characteristic of the month of July, you can feel when visiting the eastern part of Thailand. It rains here every day. The amount of precipitation is often the cause of landslides. It cannot be said that the sun at this time would not appear here at all, but the amount and quality of precipitation clearly overshadows it..
Weather in the north of Thailand
Northern Thailand is also subject to heavy rainfall. In many cities, this causes problems with drainage, which leads to the filling of streets with water. But the provinces bordering Burma, such as Chiang Rai, suffer the most from rain..
Weather in northeast Thailand
The weather in the northeastern part of Thailand can be described in two words: hot and damp, which together does not make the region particularly attractive for tourists..
Weather on Koh Samui, Tao and Phangan
The southeastern part of Thailand also suffers from excessive heat and moisture, but against the background of other places in Thailand, islands such as Ko Samui, Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao are considered the most attractive to visit in the month of July..
If you are going to visit the southwestern part of Thailand in the month of July, then it is best to give preference to the coast of the country, and not to the southwestern islands such as Phuket and Nha Trang. Ferry communication with the islands is still not stable, and frequent rains will spoil the mood, and even health, even for the most not picky guests of the country..