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    Well the peak season is December, January, February. The most people will be here, but that also means the prices will be at the peak as well. If you want to save money, go in April, May or June, where the rates will be lowered and it's before Monsoon season. over 5 years ago

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    It's great to go in April an catch Songkran which is Thai new year. It's basically a week long waterfight eveywhere you go - I was in Chiang Mai which was awesome because of the moat. It's still hot so you can enjoy the beaches. over 5 years ago

    Answered by Sarah T via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Anytime is a great time to visit Thailand but you can better deals on hotels, tours etc and avoid all the throngs of tourists if you don't go in the high season period which is from November to March. Most areas of Thailand have many different cultural events all year long so no matter when you go there is always something happening. But be aware in the low season you can get periods of rain that last for weeks on end from May through to October so check the rainfall charts if you are planning to hit the beach areas like Phuket, Samui, Phi Phi, Krabi etc. Some areas of say Phuket in the Kata / Karon areas are extremely slow in the low season and in fact some restaurants and hotels actually close up shop due to the lack of visitors. It is more like a no season than a low season for some areas in this period.
    over 5 years ago

    Answered by Tom Ferris via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    It depends on where you want to go and how much tourism you're willing to be a part of. Peak season is the best weather (Dec-Feb), but more peeps. March-May/June = HOT. July-Sept/Oct can have impressive rains, but usually not all day (depending on where you are - expect the possibility of flooding in the NE). Oct/Nov are very nice indeed :) over 5 years ago

    Answered by Dawn DelVecchio via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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