The CLIMATE OF THAILAND is tropical in nature, driven by monsoon and divided into microclimates due to the geographical shape of the country that allows it to lie within many meridians. While Thailand as a whole is warm throughout the year, these microclimates allow for regional variation in temperatures and seasons. For example, The Central, Northern and Eastern territories of Thailand experience three seasons while the southern coastal region experiences only two. Below let us take a closer look at these weather variations.
|NORTH & NORTH EAST||ALL DESTINATION|
|ANDAMAN COAST||PHUKET, KOH SIMILAN, KRABI, KOH PHI PHI|
|EAST GULF OF THAILAND||KOH CHANG, KOH KOOD, TRAT|
|SOUTH GULF OF THAILAND||KOH SAMUI, KOH TAO, KOH PANGAN|