Thailand - When To Go
Thailand's monsoons arrive around July and last into November (the 'rainy season'). They can be uncomfortably, unpredictably sticky. This is followed by a dry, cool period from November to mid-February, followed by much higher relative temperatures from March to June.
The peak seasons are August, November, December, February and March, with secondary peak months in January and July.
Kingdom of Thailand
Bangkok (Krung Thep – city of angels)
514 000 sq km
64 265 276
GMT/UTC +7 ()
bath (THB) =100 stangs
Barma / Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia
Doi Inthanton - 2595 m n. m
Gulf of Thailand - 0 m. n. m.
Mekong (in the country 900 km)
Bangkok (6.250.000 people)
Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Pattani, Phuket, Sattahip, Si Racha, Songkhla
75% Thai, 11% Chinese, 3.5% Malay; also Mon, Khmer, Phuan and Karen minorities
95% Buddhist, 4% Muslim