13 Coins Ngam Wongwan

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30/19 Moo 9, Bangkhen Muangnontaburi Nonthaburi, Bangkok, 11000, Thailand
13 Coins Hotel Ngam Wong Wan
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Weather in Thailand

by eagle05

I plan to visit Thailand in Sept. 2011 and I am either interested in Chiang Mai area or Andamen Sea. If I go in Sept. where will I have less rain anybody any experience?
Many thanks!

Re: Weather in Thailand

by georeiser

I don't know about Chiang Mai because I have not been there. But when it comes to the Andaman Sea (Phuket) is September the worst month. It is among the wettest places in Thailand in that period. I can not think of any places in central- and south Thailand with good weather in that period. However you can get cheap accommodation in the low season. Are you sure Thailand is the best country to visit in October? I have been in Mombasa during that period with great sunny weather, however 5-8 degrees colder than Phuket.

Re: Weather in Thailand

by GrumpyDiver

We were there in March, and things were incredibly dry. We were told that August and September were the height of rainy season, and that things don't improve until the latter part of October.

A friend and his family were there in August and it was extremely wet and the insects were out in full force, so I have some personal knowledge on that front.

Re: Weather in Thailand

by mim95

As said earlier, September isn't the best time to go to the Andaman side. Phuket gets a little bit less rain compare to the other Andaman destinations that are much closer to the mountain ranges(eg. Krabi, Khao Lak, etc). But it'll still be hard to have a sunny day compare to other times of the year.

Anyway, if you go, it's better to go to the gulf side, eg. Ko Samui.

Re: Weather in Thailand

by pgthompson


Chiang Mai is pretty hot in September and coming to the end of the rainy season,when it rains it lasts for around an hour and then 30 minutes later you wouldn't have known that i's rained.

Enjoy Chiang Mai - I do!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Royal Ploughing Festival

by balhannah

This Festival is held on a different day each year, but usually its in May. This year, was Monday, May 11th, and because of this, it was declared a Public Holiday. If you are here when its on, like I was, there are lots and lots of people. The event marks the beginning of the Rice growing season. The Royal oxen plough a field which is in Sanam Luang Park. The Oxen are offered 7 dishes of different foods on a tray, and what they choose to eat, determines what the season will bring. It is predicted that there will be abundant crops, food and water supplies for this year.
This event happens every year.

visit the Royal Palace....

by Hazel_

visit the Royal Palace. Remember that clothing plays a very significant part of the culture. Females must wnot wear short dresses or open toed sandals to enter the Palace compound. You will be turned back by the palace guards. They will provide you with the appropriate apparel in the lodge at the entrance, for a smallish fee. The guards outside the actual Palace building do not like people getting too close to them for photos, and carry guns that are loaded. Don't embarrass yourself or your country of origin by annoying them. Riding the river in a longboat. An experience not to be missed. Hair raising and exhilarating to say the least. An interesting comparison to the more affluent areas of Bangkok. The aroma of the city has to be smelled to be believed.

River Cruise - Peninsular Hotel

by Audrey118

Th Peninsular hotel is set right across from the Oriental Hotel...sitting on the wrong side of the river....thehotel also have the shuttle boat to ferry their guest up and down the river to Sathorn pier which has a BTS station.

I will tell you more in my trip to Bangkok in April 003 - we wil be staying at the Peninsular!!!

Convention Centre custom

by Minstrelette

I worked at a convention at the IMPACT convention centre. In addition to the purpose of the convention, they have other things throughout the day that make the convention an event. They had local entertainment (one day there was a teen pop star), royalty came the first day (the was a BIG deal), and every morning they had a local boys marching band to start the day. I've been to conventions in many places in the world, and I've never seen so much local pride than in Bangkok. I asked a woman who worked at the centre if all the fanfare was typical, and she said yes. So if you have a convention here, be prepared for some colour to your otherwise mundane day.

Passing in Front of People!

by machomikemd

Among other actions that might seem harmless to you, passing things in front of people (instead of behind) or stepping over a sitting or lying person’s legs (even in crowded places) are considered very offensive. If you have to pass between two people, you should lower your head slightly as a mark of basic politeness.


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