Thailand in June

June through October is monsoon season in Thailand, the temperatures moderate but the rain can be heavy, reaching over 300 mm in the capital in September. Naturally, an umbrella is more than useful. Many welcome the rains as it brings cooler temperatures than the scoring temperatures of earlier in the year, though it is still between 24 and 30 ºC (75-86ºF) in most areas. In the north and central regions, the rains bring a vibrant green back to the hills and countryside, with many flowers coming into bloom. The monsoons give depth and added speed to the many beautiful rivers and waterfalls. Slightly muddy conditions can be expected if you plan on trekking in the Golden Triangle region.

Suggested Itineraries

Ancient & Modern: Bangkok and Bhutan

Duration
16 days / 15 nights
Price Per Person
From $19,500
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Bangkok and Beyond

Duration
4 days / 3 nights
Price Per Person
Extension: Optional add-on to your itinerary.
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Thailand Town & Country

Duration
4 days / 3 nights
Price Per Person
Extension: Optional add-on to your itinerary.
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Classic Indochina: Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam by Private Jet

Duration
12 days / 11 nights
Price Per Person
From $65,900
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Recommended Festivals For Thailand in June

Pi Ta Khon

May/June

From the weird to the wonderful, the three-day Pi Ta Khon festival in the picturesque Thai province of Loei showcases a wide range of unique Buddhist rituals for both locals and tourists to enjoy. Don’t be surprised if you witness muddy men roaming around, large phallus parades or bizarre dances in equally interesting costumes.

Location Loei, Thailand

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