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A Guide to Thailand Vacation in January

July 27, 2020 - 348 views

Coming in January, visitors will enjoy pleasant climate and see the famous attractions in Thailand. Let’s see how amazing a Thailand trip in January could be.

Thailand is one of Asia's most famous travel destinations. It is known for unique tourism activities at very affordable prices. Exciting events and festivals often take place throughout the year. Most prominent is in January when people want to enjoy their New Year in this happy country.

1. Thailand’s weather in January

Firstly, if you want to save the cost of booking hotels when travelling to Thailand in January, please book at least 2 months in advance of the trip.

The weather in Thailand at this time is very beautiful. There is very little rain, the temperatures on the north coast are lower and the temperatures on the west coast. Therefore, it is very suitable for sunbathing. Perhaps only in Koh Samui, the rainfall is always high this month of the year.

At this time, the average temperature ranges from 24 - 33 degrees Celsius. January is also the peak season of Thailand tourism when Western countries are on winter vacation so they will go to countries like Thailand to avoid the cold.

Thailand’s weather - A Guide to Thailand Vacation in January

The weather in Thailand in January is very beautiful

2. Thailand’s events in January

When travelling to Thailand in January, you will be comfortable swimming because Thailand has no cold season. To have a swim, choose Pattaya, Phuket, Hua Hin or choose one of the 30 famous islands in Thailand.

If you go to Thailand in January, you will welcome the new year in Thailand and see the brilliant fireworks display in major cities of Thailand such as Bangkok, Pattaya, and Chiang Mai.

In addition, Bo Sang Umbrella Festival is a festival of colourful umbrellas. This festival is held within 3 days on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the 3rd week in January according to the solar calendar. This festival is held in Bo Sang - about 10km from the centre of Chiang Mai.

The Saturday of the 2nd week of January is considered a Thai children's holiday. If you travel to Thailand in January, you may even get a gift.

Bo Sang Umbrella Festival - A Guide to Thailand Vacation in January

Bo Sang Umbrella Festival is a festival of colourful umbrellas

Hopefully, with the above guideline, you will have a great trip in Thailand during January. Let's plan a Thailand trip now

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