Annual Cool Temperatures Best Time To Visit Thailand
The annual winter season cold temperatures are the best time to visit Thailand.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to extend a hot welcome to travellers from around the world to enjoy the cold climate.
TAT Governor, Yuthasak Supasorn said that as Thailand officially enters the cold season, it is the perfect time to experience the country’s amazingly diverse selection of destinations.
Thai local experiences are best enjoyed in the cold temperatures.
There are flower festivals to natural parks and northern mountain treks.
To the south, there are beach vacations to be enjoyed. This is truly a magical time to visit Thailand.
When is the best time to visit Thailand?
The best time to travel is during the cold and dry season between November and early April.
In the south, the climate differs between the eastern and western coasts.
The west coast is more favourable during the winter months when diving and snorkelling will be at its best.
The weather on the east coast is suitable for most of the year, with the lowest rainfall in January and February and the highest in November.
Best Time to Visit Thailand For Flower Festivals
Dok Bua Tong or wild sunflower in bloom.
The hills and valleys of Mae Hong Son are in full bloom with special events and flower festivals.
This is one of Thailand’s most incredible natural sights to behold.
The sunflower season takes place just a short drive northeast of Bangkok. In the Central Region in Lop Buri and Saraburi.
The Jim Thompson Farm in Pakthongchai and Flora Park in Wang Nam Khiao are open for visitors. The weather is most pleasant during this time of the year.
Best Time to Visit Thailand for Tulips
The cold weather in Chiang Rai is the perfect climate for the pride of the Netherlands, the mighty tulips to bloom.
Suan Tung Lee Khom Chiang Rai Park right in the middle of the city is an old prison planted with thousands of tulips.
Thailand Mountains Are Alive
Thailand’s mountains provide the perfect venue for camping under the stars in the stunning countryside.
Green mountains, vibrant hill tribes.
One of the most beautiful and relaxing things to do in Northern Thailand is to watch the sun rises over the mountains at Phu Chi Fa to the east of Chiang Rai.