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Available for travel on select dates in 2020. Destinations include Japan, Singapore, Bali, Thailand, Malaysia and South Korea. Minimum spend of $350 applies. T&Cs apply.
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The lowdown on the perfect time to explore Thailand's chaotic city centres and pristine beachfronts.
If you’re planning a trip to Thailand, the best months to consider are April to May.
April to May caps off Thailand’s peak dry season, so by visiting on the tail-end of this popular period, you’ll avoid the most of the beach’s visitors. You’ll also be in and out before wet season, which starts in late-May to early June.
Tropical Thailand experiences a wet season from June to October, and a dry season from November to May. The Thai Peninsula also has monsoon seasons from April to October on the west coast, and from September to December on the east coast.
Thailand is a popular destination for Australian honeymooners, partygoers and sunseekers, so aim to avoid peak periods, such as Australian school holidays during December and January.
Best time to visit Thailand weather-wise: is any time during the November to May dry season. To avoid Christmas holiday-makers, book from November to early December and from February to May. If you're heading to Thailand for a beach holiday, keep in mind that the monsoon season on the western side of the country, including Phuket, sees the most rain from May to December, while the Gulf of Thailand, including Koh Samui, sees the most rain from September to January.
Cheapest time to visit Thailand: Travelling between March and May.
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