[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Bangkok has a hot-and-humid climate. There are 3 seasons in Bangkok; Summer (Mid of February to Mid of May), Rainy (Mid of May to Mid of October and Winter (Mid of October to Mid of February). Going outdoor in Bangkok during day time is sometimes unbearable as the temperature could go up to 38 Degree Celsius. The temperature is cooler in the evening and it is good walking around the city or chilling in some cool outdoor cafes.
* There is a joke that Thai people say it often which is “We are told that we have summer, rainy and winter; however, in fact, we only have hot, hotter and hottest”.
As can be seen from the charts above, the hottest month in Bangkok is in April and the coolest is in December. Plus, September is the month that is most likely to rain.
If you are planning to come to Bangkok within the next few days, please check Bangkok weather forecast so that you can get yourself prepared.[/vc_column_text][vc_cta h2=”” h4=”Bangkokbits’ Tips on Weather in Bangkok” h4_font_container=”color:%23e26d25″ h4_use_theme_fonts=”yes” style=”custom” custom_background=”#f0f0f0″ custom_text=”#444444″ use_custom_fonts_h4=”true”]1. It is very common here in Bangkok to use an umbrella to protect your skin from sunlight when going outside during day time in Bangkok.
2. If you are from cold-climate cities, there will be some kinds of bugs that can rarely be found in your cities but there are plenty in Bangkok. Get yourself mentally prepared for the likes of cockroaches and monitors.
3. If you are from cold-climate cities, you could probably take a shower once per 2-3 days. However, as you will get sweat a lot during day time in Bangkok, it is recommended to take a shower at least once a day.
If you want to know more about how to deal with Bangkok Weather, check this article out; 6 Simple Ways To Deal With The Notorious Bangkok Weather.[/vc_cta][/vc_column][/vc_row]