Discover the best time to go to Thailand according to your desires!

Do you want to know when to go to Thailand? The country has a dry season from March to May, when temperatures are high. Ideal to dive in its waters studded with corals, to hike on its green mountains, to visit its thousand-year-old temples…

When To Go Scuba Diving?

In order to know when to go to Thailand to enjoy the best diving and snorkelling spots, it is necessary to know the seasons linked to the western and eastern coasts.

On the west coast, in the Andaman Sea, the best weather is between November and the end of April. There is minimal chance of rain and the sun is at its best. On the east coast, in the Gulf of Thailand, the best season is from February to August.

Fans of underwater exploration must head over to Phuket. In addition to its idyllic beaches where white sand and translucent sea seem to form a postcard landscape, the island is also famous for its wonderful diving spots. It’s warm and clear waters are home to magnificent coral reefs and rocky formations where colourful marine vegetation abounds.

For travellers wishing to explore a preserved landscape and get away from the crowds, head to the small island of Koh Phi Phi Leh, which boasts majestic beauty. Totally uninhabited, it is frequented only by curious divers and tourists. One meets there all kinds of aquatic creatures: **manta ray, whale shark, zebra shark, barracuda, giant grouper... A paradise for sea lovers.

Did you know?

The island of Koh Pih Pih Leh is known all over the world, as it was the location of the famous film Danny Boyle's "Beach", more precisely in Maya Bay. You can also visit a famous cave, Viking Cave, decorated with cave paintings. Nevertheless, ecological measures have been taken to limit the influx of tourists, including a ban on boats parking in front of the beach.

When Are We Going To Thailand To Celebrate Buddhist New Year?

If you have an opportunity to go to Thailand during the Buddhist New Year season in April, you will have the opportunity to attend one of the most important festivals in the country, which is organized from 13 - 15 April 2020 every year.

During the festival, temples are covered with colourful offerings and the water with rose and jasmine petals, a ritual to ward off bad luck. Water also becomes a playful element, as many adults and children engage in water battles, sometimes involving hundreds of people. A custom that reflects the mentality of the Thai people: celebrate the rites, but always with humour and lightness.

In the Cruises of Patong (on Puket Island), you can observe the parade of trucks filled with water reserves happily watering the passers-by, and especially the policemen! A piece of advice: leave your cameras and other sensitive equipment aside that day, as you might well be among the wet ones...

In the evening, let yourself be tempted by one of the most famous animations of the city, the muay-thai, or thai boxing. Matches are regularly held and you can even see boxing trucks driving around the city promoting their event: an immersive and adrenaline-filled experience.

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