Every time is good and nice weather 365 days in year. However you have low and high season, cheaper and expensive , than you have festivals whole year, new eve,…
Best time to visit Thailand and travel to Thailand?
Southeast Asia there is no winter or summer, only a wet or dry season.
When is the best time to travel in Thailand? Answer: any time :)
About monsoons. Monsoons are winds, and these winds are what bring the rains. But they are not like the rains in Europe and America. When it rains in Southeast Asia, it is generally for short periods of time, an hour or two; nor does it rain everyday.
The wet season is associated with the monsoons. Travelers are often warned to avoid traveling during the monsoons. Thailand has two monsoons, the Northeast and the Southwest, and when the winds are blowing on one coast, the other coast is certain to have clear skies and be sunny. That’s when you choose either Phuket on the west coast or Koh Samui on the east coast.
Advantage to traveling during the monsoons. The weather is cooler, and when it isn’t raining you can be certain the sun will be out and the air will be crisp and clean. This is also a good time to travel , towns and resorts are less crowded, and for certain, prices lower.
Aside from the monsoon season, when’s the best time to visit Thailand ?
During a festival, and in Thailand that means any time.
Thailand is tropical, with temperatures in the 28-35°C range (82-95°F), a degree of relief provided only in the mountains in the far north of Thailand.
From November to the end of February. This is the most popular time to visit and, especially around Christmas and New Year’s or at Chinese New Year.
March to June temperatures as high as 40°C (104°F). Pleasant enough when sitting on the beach with a drink in hand, but not the best time of year to go temple-tramping in Bangkok.
Do remember that the tropical sun can be quite fierce so a hat is useful, and don’t forget to use a good sun creme for protection.
Don’t worry about bringing too much clothing with you, as almost everything can be purchased locally, at a fraction of the price you will pay at home. Need to pack a sweater only if hiking in the northern mountains, where temperatures can fall as low as 5°C.