Thailand’s cool season runs from November until the end of February. With its low humidity, relatively low temperatures and clear skies, the cool season is the best time to visit, though regular days of high 20s and low 30s might leave you wondering just who came up with the term. It is also the peak tourist season, so expect lots of new friends at the more popular spots like the islands and major towns.
First introductions are made in Bangkok, a modern behemoth of screaming traffic, gleaming shopping centres and international sensibilities interwoven with devout Buddhism.
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Thing to do in ThaiLand
Bangkok is always hot, although temperatures dip (especially at night) around Christmas and New Year, making this the most comfortable time to explore the city. The heat is intense from February to May, and it rains frequently from June to December.
Do’s & Dont’s in ThaiLand
The Monarchy : Thai people have a deep, traditional reverence for the Royal Family, and a visitor should be careful to show respect for the King, the Queen and the Royal Children. Religion : Visitors should dress neatly in all