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Phuket Weather in September: Climate & Places to Visit

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If you are planning a visit to Phuket, follow our article below to know more about the weather in September and the attractive tourist activities here.

Thailand is one of the world's top countries for traveling. Phuket — a southern province of Thailand, making the list of Best Places to Visit, is loved by tourists because of the pristine beauty of the many islands and rich heritage. Let's find out Phuket weather in September and plan a trip to this beautiful destination.

Characteristics of Phuket weather in September

In general, the weather in Phuket is quite rainy in September. Initially, the rains lasted long, towards the end of the tropical rainfall a lot, but short-term. But despite the autumn weather in Phuket, there are still many tourists.

Rain occurs almost every day, usually in the form of tropical showers. September is the month with the highest rainfall, at 400mm, and an average of 21 rainy days. The only plus is that the downpours don't last all day. After the rain, the weather in the city is refreshing, which is suitable for outdoor activities.

The average day temperature is 28 degrees Celsius. Although it is cloudy, the risk of sunburn is still high - it is better to sunbathe in a safe spot for a reasonable time. The maximum temperature of the sea is 29°C. Surfers can enjoy their favorite activity during this time of the year. In September, annual competitions of this sport are also held on Kata Beach.

The weather in Phuket in September affects the influx of vacationers, and the month is considered the most extreme point of the low tourist season on the island.

phuket weather in September

What to expect in Phuket in September

Although the weather is not so favorable and rainy, if you come to Phuket in September, there will still be many fun-filled activities waiting for you to explore. Let's take a look at a few tourist attractions in Phuket.

Patong Beach

Patong Beach is one of the famous tourist destinations of Phuket city, which attracts a lot of tourists. The beach owns poetic beauty with clear blue sea, fine white sand. If the weather conditions do not allow swimming, you can still find tourists sitting by the bar or under the sun lounges to enjoy the scenery.

Wat Chalong

Built-in the 19th century, Wat Chalong is considered the largest and most famous temple in Phuket. In this temple, two monks, Luang Pho Chuang and Luang Pho Chaem are worshiped with the gods who protect the peace of the people on the island. This place is a complex of many small temples, an a notably unique one being Poh Than Jao.

wat Chalong

Big Buddha

Built on Nakkerd Hill, the Big Buddha has a height of up to 25m made entirely from Myanmar's marble. This work is also recognized as Phuket's largest Buddha statue. For the people on the island, this place is like a spiritual symbol that has value to them.

For more recommended places to visit in Phuket in Septemeber, check out: The Ultimate Guide to visiting Phuket in rainy season 

Travel tips for Phuket in September

  • September is one of Phuket's wettest months of the year, if not the most. However, it will not rain continuously for long periods. Few tourists still choose to visit Phuket in September, but you do not have to worry about the crowds. The best time to visit Phuket is from November to February when there will be a large increase in travelers compared to September.
  • Regardless of the season you choose to visit Phuket, it is crucial to keep in mind the rules when entering a religious site: you have to wear modest clothes, take off your shoes at the entrance, and do not touch the statues or any other Buddhist relics.

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