Suggested Destinations: Bangkok, Pattaya, Koh Samui, Phuket, Krabi
- Magha Puja Day (Theravada Buddhist Festival) in March
- Songkran (Water Festival) in April
- Visakha Bucha Day (Theravada Buddhist Festival) in May
Shoulder season – You can get really reasonable rates for hotels and stays via travel agencies
RAIN SEASON: JULY – OCTOBER
From late June or early July, rainfall starts to possess most territories of Thailand, followed by common temperature fluctuation. In Northern regions (Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai), the downpours, strong wind and thunder storms become unpredictable, especially during September. On wettest days, Koh Samui or Huahin may be the best destinations to head towards, where the sun still shines brilliantly over the islands. However, travellers may to experience a few shoulders and unexpected storms during their trips. In late October, the rains seem less severe and temperature begins to drop. In fact, many people choose to visit Thailand at this time because the whole country is covered by a unique tranquil lush color.