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22 May 2013 :: 14:05:44 pm 74816

Thailand-Weather.com Announces Peak Tourist Season in Bangkok

According to Thailand-Weather.com, the peak tourist season for Bangkok is October through February. These are the driest months of the year and are also the months just preceding the hottest months of the year.
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Travelers to Bangkok can expect tropical weather conditions; hot temperatures, and either wet or dry weather, depending on the season. It is all detailed on the Thailand-Weather website. Visitors to the site will find all of the above information, but in greater detail, as well as extensive weather and travel information at their fingertips.

Thailand-Weather.com has long been a reliable source for weather and travel information across the globe, and it is an important stop for anyone planning a trip to Bangkok.

Weather information on the site is extensive, detailed and, most importantly delivered in real time. It is delivered in many forms as well, including a 7-day forecast, a 14-day forecast, and annual and monthly weather averages.

There is also an appealing weather overview section highlighting Bangkok’s unique charms and challenges, as it lies just 6ft. above sea level. And as Thailand-weather.com states, it is often called the ‘Venice of the East’ because it is made up of a system of canals, just as Venice and Amsterdam. The website is easy to navigate and is loaded with necessary information for travelers. Aside from the real time weather, the website shares links to flights, hotels, rental cars, and other essential travel information.

Anyone planning a trip to Bangkok will want to take a few minutes to peruse the site. There is plenty of information for all major cities in Thailand. And, of course, the site is not limited to Thailand. It is the ideal weather website for travelers across the globe.

More information at: http://www.thailand-weather.com/article/best-time-to-visit-bangkok-thailand.html

Category : Travel

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