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No matter the time of year you are heading for Bangkok, leave your jacket at home. Arriving at Suvarnabhumi airport a choking heat will welcome you. It is always hot and not even the rainy season sees things cool down all that much. The city experiences rainy weather from may to end October with September and October being the wettest months. Like all other parts of Thailand, rain here does not fall days on end, but is characterised by heave thunder storms lasting an hour or two adding to the humidity. Temperatures soar from March until May reaching between 30 and 40 degrees Celsius.

The rest of the year is relatively dry seeing average temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius. With Bangkok not enjoying an elevation above sea level to speak of the city has seen some major flooding the past few years. This not only due to rain falling, but also water gradually making its way from high lying areas in the north. However, no need for concern as authorities have taken the necessary steps to elevate the massive amounts of water by improving drainage systems, canals and water barriers to keep you high and dry. If you need to know more about what to expect about the weather and  what time of the year to book our luxury accommodation at the cheapest prices, contact us, we will be delighted to be of service an offer a 5 day forecast.