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I get a lot of emails every week from those of you wondering what the best time of the year to visit Thailand is, so I decided to do a little breakdown of the different seasons and some of the pros and cons of each. Hopefully it’ll help you decide when to visit next!

  1. High Season: This season runs from November to February and is the most popular time for tourists to visit Thailand. During this time, the weather is cool and dry, making it perfect for outdoor activities and sightseeing. However, it’s important to note that this is also the busiest time for tourism, so prices for accommodation, flights, and attractions can be MUCH higher.

  2. Shoulder Season: The two shoulder seasons fall on March and April and then September and October. It’s a transitional period between the high and low seasons where the weather starts to get extremely hot (in March and April) or extremely rainy (in September and October). During this time, there are fewer tourists, which means lower prices and less crowds.

  3. Low season: The low season runs from June to September (with a slight uptick in July) and is characterized by heavy rain and high humidity due to the regional monsoons. While this may not be the best time for outdoor activities, it’s a great time to experience Thailand without the crowds and also save lots of money on accommodation and flights.

Overall, the best time to visit Thailand depends on your preferences and what you want to do. My favourite time of the year here is November, because you start to get the cooler weather that’s always such a treat while also avoiding massive crowds and crazy traffic. Prices on hotels are also nowhere near peak levels yet.