Thailand borders Laos and Cambodia to the east, the Gulf of Siam and Malaysia to the south, and Myanmar and the Andaman Sea to the west. Thailand is an ancient civilization with more than two thousand years of Buddhist culture, amd known as the yellow robe Buddha country. Thailand’s beauty is made up of tropical scenery, pure Buddhist culture and unique folk customs, and it attracts tourists from all over the world to visit. In Thailand, you can experience the perfect fusion of Eastern and Western cultures, the ancient and modern time are intertwined, which is also the charm of Thailand's famous tourist resort. Thailand’s main tourist destinations are Bangkok, known as the city of angels; Chiang Mai, the rose of the northern Thailand; Pattaya, known as the East Hawaii, and Phuket, Thailand’s pearl.
The seasons in Thailand are mainly divided into the hot season (from March to May), the rainy season (from June to October), and the cool season (from November to February), while the annual average temperature is around 25 degrees. Every year from November to March is the peak season for tourism in Thailand. During this time, the climate is cool, so you can enjoy the tropical style of Thailand during the day, and there will be no mosquitoes or trouble sleeping because of the sultry heat at night. Especially during this time, many islands in the south will be open to tourists. In addition, the Lantern Festival in Chiang Mai will also be held during this time.
April to May is the hottest time of the year, as long as you pay attention to sunscreen, you can also experience the authentic Thai New Year Songgan Festival (commonly known as the Songkran Festival April 13-15) here, it will give you an unforgettable experience for a lifetime. Although June to October is the rainy season, but the heavy rainfall is generally concentrated in the evening, so it will basically not affect the daytime schedule.
The clothing you choose depends on the season and itinerary. In general, shorts, T-shirts, and sandals are suitable for most travel destinations in Thailand. However, some places in Thailand, such as some temples or high-end hotels, face the requirements of clothing, refused to enter the shorts and vests, so you can bring a set of trousers and long-sleeved tops. In the cold season, if you are traveling to the northern Thailand, bring a long-sleeved T-shirt or jacket is a good choice. Don't forget to bring an umbrella when you travel in the rainy season.