Weather in Thailand in March

March in Thailand is not yet the hottest month, but the air temperature begins to gradually rise and every day the approach of hot and sunny days is felt more and more clearly. The north of the country begins to prepare for sowing, and the sea coast of the south of the country provides the needy with refreshing air.

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Weather in Bangkok

Bangkok and central Thailand are dominated by long sunny days at this time. The air temperature reaches 30 degrees with a minimum of short-term precipitation.

Weather in Koh Chang and Koh Kut

Eastern Thailand is where the rainy season starts early. However, the rain that falls every three to four days helps, without harm to health, to endure the exhausting heat. But if you still want to visit this part of the country and it is during this period of time, then the ideal place will be the island of Samet, where the rains are still short and short-lived.

Weather in the north of Thailand

The heat in northern Thailand in March is not yet exhausting enough to avoid a trip to the area. Much worse is the smoke that comes from burning the remains of last year's harvest. This is how the peasants prepare for the new sowing season. The intermittent rains that characterize this part of Thailand in the month of March do not bring any relief. Therefore, experienced people still advise, if possible, in the month of March not to visit this part of the country..

Weather in northeast Thailand

The weather in the northeastern part of Thailand is similar to the northern region - not as hot as it will be in April, but the smoke from the fires also makes it difficult to breathe. An air temperature of 30 degrees is normal for this time of the year in this region..

Weather on Koh Samui, Tao and Phangan

The southeast of Thailand with its islands such as Koh Samui, Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao are the places that are most recommended for tourists in the month of March..

Phuket weather

The weather in the southwestern part of Thailand is characterized by moderately hot days with temperatures up to 30 degrees Celsius and a volume of precipitation slightly higher than in the east of the country. March is the perfect month to visit islands such as Krabi and Koh Lanta..