Thailand Weather in June

The weather in Thailand in June is characterized by high humidity. During the daytime, the relative humidity is 55-74%. At the beginning of the month, the amount of precipitation is not that high, but it increases during the month. There is a reasonable chance of rain throughout much of Thailand in June and the rain usually comes in the form of short showers.

Temperatures remain high with average daily temperatures ranging from 31°C to 33°C and at night dropping to 25-26°C. Especially in the evening and at night, it is now a little cooler. However, during the day it generally remains very hot and humid.

Weather patterns in the south and on the islands are similar to May. There is a high chance of rain on the west coast beaches. The best weather with little rain can be expected in Hua Hin and other east coast beaches as well as on the islands of Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao.

Summary of Thailand weather in June

Average temperature: 33°C

Average daytime temperature: 26°C

Average temperature at night: 27°C

Number of sunny hours: 6

Precipitation in mm: 389 mm

Number of rainy days in the month: 30

Water temperature: 30°C

Details about the weather in June

Bangkok and Central Thailand

June in Bangkok and Central Thailand is essentially the same as May, Humid air masses control the weather completely. The average daily temperatures are around 30-33°C. It rains about half of the month, sometimes every day, while it is usually calm and hot. With a reasonable weather, this month is an acceptable time to visit Bangkok. However, it’s a good time to travel to places like Kanchanaburi and Ayutthaya as the rain brings out the natural beauty of the land.

Eastern Thailand

In the eastern part of the country, June marks the beginning of a three-month rainy phase. This is where it rains the most in June. Koh Chang, as well as on the islands off the northern coast of the Gulf of Thailand can suffer severely from the effects of the monsoon. It will probably rain almost every day, but it will usually be just short heavy rains. Temperatures are around 30°C - the maximum temperature is usually 32°C and the minimum temperature is 28°C. With an uncomfortable climate, June is not a good time to visit this part of Thailand. However, Pattaya proves to be a good alternative on the coast with a slightly milder sky. The advantage of this period is many ripening fruits as well as low prices and very few tourists.

Northern Thailand

In Northern Thailand, you will be able to enjoy your vacations when spending the beginning of the month in the vicinity of Chiang Rai or Chiang Mai, since the chance of rainy days there is no more than 10%. At the same time, the average air temperature during the day is lower than in May, about 26-31°C. At night, the air is cooled by no more than 5-7°C.

The advantage is the nature offering many colors and activities on the river. The jungle is also turn green and full of rampant life. June is the transition month before the humid period, so take advantage of it!

Northeast Thailand - Isan

Isan also has very similar weather to the north, with less precipitation and temperatures around 28-30°C. The atmosphere is warm and humid. The Mekong area destinations, such as Nong Khai and Nakhon Phanom, are especially recommended at this time.

Southern Thailand - East Coast

The east coast of the south remains the place with the best weather at this time in Thailand. Temperatures are around 28-32°C. There are sunnier days, and it rains approximately once every 3-4 days - definitely the least of all of Thailand. It rains the least in Hua Hin at this time, followed by destinations in Surat Thani province. Koh Samui and neighboring islands of Koh Tao and Koh Phangan are a great place to go.

Southern Thailand - West Coast

In the west, on the coast of the Andaman Sea, there is basically no difference between May and June. Precipitation is roughly at the same level and it still rains briefly every other day. The rainiest destinations at this time are on the shores of the Andaman Sea, especially in Phuket and Krabi, with an average of 20 rainy days. Average daily temperatures on the coast are around 25°C to 31°C. The Andaman Sea is a bit more restless during this month. There are bigger waves and boats run at much smaller intervals, for example to Koh Lipe. Some smaller islands are completely closing or severely restricting traffic. The advantage is the possibility of good prices at hotels and resorts with few tourists.

Tips for planning a vacation in Thailand in June

June will not be able to guarantee stable weather and beautiful landscapes, but during this period you can get a lot of other benefits. For example, the flow of tourists is reduced to a minimum, prices for flights and hotel rooms are falling rapidly.

During this period, the landscape begins to bloom again and the land becomes greener due to the rain. The water levels of the rivers are increasing significantly. If you want to go hiking or trekking in this weather, you should beware of flash floods. The coastal area marks itself out as the best option to experience good weather.

Fairs and Festivals in June

Regardless of the weather, this time is marked by many Fruit Festivals in the country. It is with the arrival of rains that the harvest of exotic fruits begins here and this is a great opportunity to enjoy the delicious tropical fruits.

For example, the Lampang Pineapple Festival in the northern part of the country with the celebration consisting of a beauty pageant, fair, parades and contests.

Visakha Bucha Day, the holiest Buddhist holiday, sometimes is celebrated in June instead of May due to the Lunar calendar. On this day, the birth, enlightenment and death of the Buddha are celebrated across the country.

The Phi Ta Khon Festival, also known as Thailand Ghost Mask Festival, in Loei Province is very interesting and unique. It reflects the local Isan belief in ghosts and spirits. However, sometimes it is postponed to July, since the date of the event is determined by the "will of the spirits".

For those who love shopping, at the beginning of the season, the Shopping Festival starts in the shopping centers of big cities with huge discounts becoming available.

The Full Moon Party, is a tourist festival which takes place on the beach of Haad Rin on Koh Phangan every month of the year, on the day of the full moon.

Overall weather conditions in Thailand in June

Bangkok weather in June is ✦ - uncomfy

Chiang Mai weather in June is ✦ - good

Krabi weather in June is ✦ - good

Koh Samui weather in June is ✦ - good

Phuket weather in June is ✦ - good

Pattaya weather in June is ✦ - good

Kanchanaburi weather in June is ✦ - good

Hua Hin weather in June is ✦ - good

Koh Chang weather in June is ✦ - uncomfy

Isan weather in June is ✦ - uncomfy


Chance of rain in Thailand in June

Chance of rain in Bangkok in June is:

✦ - chances of rainy day are higher than 50/50

Chance of rain in Chiang Mai in June is:

✦ - chances of rainy day are higher than 50/50

Chance of rain in Krabi in June is:

✦ - chances of rainy day are higher than 50/50

Chance of rain in Koh Samui in June is:

✦ - the rain isn't constant and long lasting, if any

Chance of rain in Phuket in June is:

✦ - chances of rainy day are higher than 50/50

Chance of rain in Pattaya in June is:

✦ - the rain isn't constant and long lasting, if any

Chance of rain in Kanchanaburi in June is:

✦ - the rain isn't constant and long lasting, if any

Chance of rain in Hua Hin in June is:

✦ - the rain isn't constant and long lasting, if any

Chance of rain in Koh Chang in June is:

✦ - not only umbrella can be handy, boat too!

Chance of rain in Isan in June is:

✦ - chances of rainy day are higher than 50/50


Can't find the place you want to visit? Keep in mind that the weather conditions in these locations tend to be similar in June:

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