Any part of the country (with the exception of only the southeast, where it rains most in November) can be considered a good choice for your vacation. The temperature at this time is kept in the range from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius, which by Thai standards is considered moderately warm weather and the rainy season is finally over..
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 the central part of Thailand fit very well into the general climatic picture of November meteorological conditions - at this time there is almost no rain here and the air temperature is quite moderate..
Weather in Koh Chang and Koh Kut
The eastern part of Thailand, especially the island of Koh Chang, comes alive in November in anticipation of an influx of tourists, who will be full by the end of the month. And this is understandable, because the street is pleasantly warm and minimal rainfall..
Weather in the north of Thailand
In the northern part of Thailand, the air temperature, in contrast to the daytime, in the evenings is quite cool and without warm clothes it will not be very comfortable here..
Weather in northeast Thailand
The northeastern part of Thailand is the ideal vacation spot here in November. Almost all days are sunny, and if it rains, it is only to wash away the dirt and dust that accumulated during the day from the streets..
Weather on Koh Samui, Tao and Phangan
The southeastern part, as already mentioned, is the only region where fairly heavy precipitation falls in November (Koh Samui, Phangan, Tao). Especially heavy rain is raging on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand. But the air temperature is the same as in the rest of Thailand - from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius.
In the southwestern part of Thailand, precipitation sometimes falls in November, although this is more true for the Andaman coast of Thailand, but the rains here are not as heavy as on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand. And if you are going to visit this part of the country, then choose the province of Krabi (usually everyone goes to Ao Nang), where the weather is good enough, compared to other parts of the territory of this region..