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Coral reef in Thailand

< img src= "https://cdn.audleytravel.com/4921/3515/79/206084-ayuthaya-thailand.jpg" >< img src=" https://media.audleytravel.com/-/media/images/home/southeast-asia/thailand/best-time-to-visit/istock000016644620full1thailandunderwaterscene.jpg?q=79&w=1920&h=640" alt =" Coral reef in Thailand"/ > The very best to go to Thailand is throughout the cool and dry season between November and early April, when temperatures range from 84 ° F-97 ° F. However, the climate differs throughout the nation, so you can go to all year round.Those who enjoy diving and snorkeling need to visit the south west coast of Thailand in the dry season, between November and February. The conditions are much better, with calmer seas, and less visitors offer you more space to enjoy the ocean.Speak to somebody who’s existed< img data-src =" https://media.audleytravel.com/-/media/images/home/specialists/sea/ian-p/ian_chiang_mai_thailand_portrait.jpg?q=79&w=80&h=112" alt=" Audley Travel specialist Ian" src=" https://media.audleytravel.com/-/media/images/home/specialists/sea/ian-p/ian_chiang_mai_thailand_portrait.jpg?q=79&w=80&h=112"/ > Start planning your tailor-made journey by getting in touch with one of our Thailand professionals Thailand is another nation

with an unique east versus west environment. The choice for us is either November, for the beautiful west coast beaches, or June, for beating the crowds and enjoying a few of the nation’s cultural highlights with terrific weather condition. Thailand Climate Guide Ayutthaya 90 ° F 0″ 93 ° F 1″ 97 ° F 1″ 97 ° F 3″ 95 ° F 6″ 93 ° F 7″ 91 ° F 7″ 90 ° F 7″ 90 ° F 11 “90 ° F 7 “88 ° F 2″ 88 ° F 0″ Bangkok 90 ° F 0” 91 ° F 1 “93 ° F 1” 95 ° F

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Temple remains, Hua Hin, Thailand

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Visiting Thailand in August The rain is extensive across Thailand now; specifically in the north of the country where heavy rains prevails. Beach choices start to diminish, with Hua Hin and Koh Samui being the very best places to head; although you may still experience a couple of showers.

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