In most of Thailand (with the exception of Bangkok and Central part of it), the rainy season in September is coming to an end. The air temperature drops to acceptably warm, and if you plan to visit Thailand at this time of the year, then the islands in the southern part of the country will be the ideal vacation spot..
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- 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
It is Bangkok and the central part of Thailand that are those parts of the country that hold the last gusts of torrential rains. The amount of precipitation here, in comparison with previous months, doubled. At the same time, the air temperature remains warm enough.
Weather in Koh Chang and Koh Kut
In eastern Thailand, the amount of precipitation is halved compared to previous months. But despite such a reduction, they still fall out every day - only their intensity and frequency change..
Weather in the north of Thailand
September for the northern part of Thailand is a month of gradual decrease in the amount of rain, which is getting weaker and less frequent every day. At the same time, the air temperature is not subject to such changes and remains relatively stable compared to the previous two months..
Weather in northeast Thailand
In the north-east of Thailand, the rains are also gradually declining, and only in some provinces they can maintain their frequency until November.
Weather on Koh Samui, Tao and Phangan
For the southeastern part of Thailand, September is the month of the most favorable calm before the onset of the rainy season. Compared to the mainland, islands such as Ko Samui, Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao are the least prone to rainfall and remain the best choice for a beach holiday in September..
The Andaman coast is still in the cyclone zone and September is the rainiest month of the year for the region. But he, coupled with squall winds, provides surfers with a wonderful opportunity to catch a good wave, for which, in fact, many go to Phuket in September.