Thailand Weather Update From The North To The South
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The weather in Thailand is best described as a tropical humid and dry climate.
The north of Thailand has a dry season as well which is roughly from November through May.
The south of Thailand has really only 2 seasons wet/rainy and dry.
The seasons can be roughly divided into the following:
• warm and dry - November to February
• hot and humid - March to May
• hot and rainy - June to October
Chiang Rai is the capital of Chiang Rai Province.
Chiang Mai is the capital of Chiang Mai Province and the second largest City in Thailand.
The city is about 700 Km north of Bangkok. The cultural heart of Thailand.
Sakon Nakhon is the capital of Sakon Nakhon Province. Sakon Nakhon is a north-eastern (Isaan) province of Thailand.
This Province is
located on the Khorat Plateau near the river Mekong.
Pattaya is a City in Chonburi Province. Located some 150 Km east of Bangkok.
Chonburi is the capital of Chonburi Province in Thailand and not
Bangkok is the capitol of Thailand. The city has more than 1,000 skyscrapers and ranks 17th as the world's tallest city.
Its Population is over 5 1/2 million!
Phuket is the largest island in Thailand. Phuket province is primarily comprised of Phuket Island itself.
It has a Population of roughly 250,000.
Hat Yai is a city in southern Thailand and is close to the border to Malaysia.
Hat Yai is the largest city in the south of Thailand with a population of 160,000.
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