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Thailand in July/August

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Thisisunpleasant · 23/11/2021 11:18

Hi,

Thinking of going in the summer. i know it's the rainy season but is it very humid?

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takemetomars · 23/11/2021 11:21

@Thisisunpleasant

Hi,

Thinking of going in the summer. i know it's the rainy season but is it very humid?

Yes, very humid. I have only ever been in the green season. The humidity is bearable though as long as you don't move too much!
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Justmuddlingalong · 27/11/2021 14:18

Yes. We went in July. It was hot and muggy, with a few torrential downpours. But I would definitely go back at that time of year again. chance would be a fine thing.

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shivawn · 27/11/2021 16:54

I went in August and it was no where near as hot and muggy as my previous trips in April and May. Sea temperature was absolutely beautiful too! Honestly though, I think anytime is a great time to go to Thailand! Even in the rainy season it usualy won't rain enough to ruin your trip!

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Glassyellowbottle · 27/11/2021 18:35

Oh, thanks @Shivawn - Where did you go? Which island?

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greenwichvillage · 03/12/2021 13:30

Koh Samui is nice at that time of year, there is less rain there than Phuket.

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mocktail · 06/12/2021 09:29

I've been twice in July/August. It was mostly dry, with a short downpour at some point during the day. We stayed on the east coast as the west coast tends to be wetter at that time of year.

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