Is it Worth Visiting Thailand in July?
Thailand in July welcomes tourists with a lot of amazing events and activities. Whenever you come during this month, it is still worth your visit
Thailand is a typical country for tropical weather with a hot, humid summer and a pleasant winter. Different seasons have different activities for visitors to enjoy. But in general, the weather here does not change so much between months.
However, if you are planning to visit Thailand in July, you should also know some features of this country in terms of events, activities and temperature. Luckily, we are here to help you with this. So, let’s continue to read the whole article!
1. Weather in July
We have to say that July in Thailand is hot and wet with lots of sunshine and rain as well, almost every day. The average temperature is around 28 degrees Celsius. During this season, the country experiences showers from the southwest monsoons. But the positive side of it is that the countryside becomes thriving and lush green, creating an awesome adrenaline-inducing trek for anyone who loves adventure.
We have to say that July in Thailand is hot and wet with lots of sunshine and rain as well
2. Suitable activities
Because of the rainy season, there will be a lot of people getting afraid of visiting Thailand in July and the price is reduced a little bit in some regions. Therefore, you should take advantage of this occasion to go and explore Thailand. Some attractions you can pay a visit to are Bangkok, Chiang Mai or the Gulf of Thailand.
If you head to Bangkok, you can visit the well-known Grand Palace, the Temple of Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), Scala Theater or Sathorn neighborhoods. In the northern area, you can go to the Elephant Valley in Chiang Rai to see the large animals roaming in nature or playing numerous funny activities with them. And if you like beaches, travel to Phuket where you can surf, scuba, swim or snorkel. Actually, July is the best time for sea kayaking because the mangroves will be green and lush. In case it is raining, you can get a massage or take a cooking class instead.
Some attractions you can pay a visit are Bangkok, Chiang Mai or the Gulf of Thailand
Events and festivals
There are a few events held in July. The first one is the sacred Buddhist holiday which is known as Asalha Puja. It usually takes place in early July. Next, there is Khao Phansa, also called Buddhist Lent. It falls after the Asalha Puja and is held with several candle processions. Specially, on July 28th, people will celebrate the King’s Birthday. All the country is decorated with yellow, the royal colour of the King and everyone has days-off in honor of their current leader.
The first one is the sacred Buddhist holiday which is known as Asalha Puja
It turns out July is a great time to pay a visit to Thailand. You just need to prepare well for sudden rain, have good health, book a tour and explore Thailand with lots of memorable experiences.
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