Weather in Thailand in march 2021

Here, find the the weather forecast for march for most popular cities in Thailand. These forecasts are statistics for march from weather reports for many years. The percentage indicates the probability of having the weather indicated.


Where to go in Thailand in march?

Where to go in Thailand in march: destination map

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Where should you go in Thailand in march when it comes to the weather?

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The climate in Thailand in march is good across the board.

March announces the hottest period of the year in Thailand. The weather throughout March in Thailand predicts an increase in temperatures, rains and humidity. Tourists can head towards the islands of southern Thailand (Koh Lanta, Koh Tao, Phuket, etc.) where the sea will relieve them of the heat and where a milder climate awaits them throughout March in this part of Thailand.

Bangkok and Central Thailand in March

In Bangkok throughout March, the thermometer continues to climb. Rainfalls are rare. Expected temperatures are of more than 33° C at any moment in Bangkok and Central Thailand. The heat can be overwhelming during the day, to the point where tourist visits become frankly unpleasant. Tip: if the heat displeases one, enter a 7 Eleven which are all well air conditioned!

East of Thailand (Isan) in March

Rains begin to hit eastern Thailand earlier than elsewhere. Far from the peak of the monsoon, do not be surprised if a little rain appears every three or four days in the month of March. At least the rain has the advantage of lowering the temperatures! If desiring to finish the journey in the East with a little rest on an island, favor the island of Koh Samet where there is still little rain in March and that is located about halfway between Bangkok and Koh Chang.

Northern Thailand in March

In northern Thailand throughout March, daytime temperatures can reach more than 35° C. The most problematic may be the fog caused by voluntary wildfires in view of the new planting season. This widespread tradition creates a terrible mist that can not only prick the eyes but also cause respiratory problems. This may spoil the experience in northern Thailand. For this reason, if possible, one is better to avoid this area in March (and April, for that matter). Finally, March is a rather dry month (very little rain), which makes this haze even worse.

Northeast Thailand in March

As the extreme north of Thailand, northeast Thailand in March sees a heavy mist caused by farmers burning their fields. This practice is less present than in the north, but it still exists in the northeast. Temperatures continue to rise, up to 35° C and higher. The only real benefit of traveling in northeast in March is that it will be worse in April when it will get hotter and heavier!

Southeast Thailand in March

Compared to the east coast, the west coast of Thailand in March sees the weather getting warmer with a little more rain than on the southeast coast. However, this is reasonable with generally very little rain at this time of year. From Krabi to Koh Lanta and beyond, expect excellent weather conditions. The icing on the cake is that there are fewer people than throughout January or February in Phuket and on other islands. Maximum temperatures can reach 34° and minimum temperatures rarely fall below 23°. In short, perfect weather and tourist conditions combined!

Southwest of Thailand in March

The weather on the south coast and the Gulf Islands of Thailand is good throughout March. Temperatures are moderate (between 25° C and 30° C) and there may be some rain. Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao are thus excellent destinations in March



Climate in Thailand in march

Climate in Bangkok in march

In the month of march, maximum temperature is 95°F and minimum temperature is 85°F (for an average temperature of 90°F). The climate is very hot in this location in this month. With 1.7in over 6 days, you risk getting wet slightly for your holidays. But this is pretty reasonably and it is only of temporary showers.
With a good climate, march is a good month to go in Bangkok in Thailand.

March
Average temperature 90°F
Highest temperature 95°F
Lowest temperature 85°F
Rainfall 1.7in
Number of days with rainfall 6 day(s)
(20%)
Humidity 71%
Daily sunshine hours 12
Cloud cover 18%
Length of day 12:02
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net good
more information about the climate in Bangkok in march

Climate in Chiang Mai in march

In the month of march, the mean temperature in Chiang Mai is 88°F (maximum temperature is 99°F and minimum temperature is 76°F). The climate is burning here in this month. There is no rain during the month of march. You stay dry during your vacations!
With a good climate, the month of march is a good month to go there in Thailand.

March
Average temperature 88°F
Highest temperature 99°F
Lowest temperature 76°F
Rainfall 0.5in
Number of days with rainfall 2 day(s)
(6%)
Humidity 51%
Daily sunshine hours 12
Cloud cover 10%
Length of day 12:00
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net good
more information about the climate in Chiang Mai in march

Climate in Koh Chang in march

In the month of march, maximum temperature is 94°F and minimum temperature is 79°F (for an average temperature of 86°F). The climate is burning around this city in the month of march. With 3.4in over 16 days, you will experience some showers during your trip. But this is reasonably and it is only of temporary showers.
With a correct weather, march is okay (but not good month) for traveling there in Thailand.

March
Average temperature 86°F
Highest temperature 94°F
Lowest temperature 79°F
Sea temperature 84°F
Rainfall 3.4in
Number of days with rainfall 16 day(s)
(51%)
Humidity 83%
Daily sunshine hours 11
Cloud cover 25%
Length of day 12:03
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net good
more information about the climate in Koh Chang in march

Climate in Ko Samui in march

In the month of march, maximum temperature is 88°F and minimum temperature is 85°F (for an average temperature of 86°F). The climate is very warm here in march. With 5.8in over 11 days, you will experience some showers during your holidays. But this is rather moderate and it is only of temporary showers.
With a good climate, march is a good time to go in this city in Thailand.

March
Average temperature 86°F
Highest temperature 88°F
Lowest temperature 85°F
Sea temperature 84°F
Rainfall 5.8in
Number of days with rainfall 11 day(s)
(35%)
Humidity 78%
Daily sunshine hours 12
Cloud cover 26%
Length of day 12:04
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net good
more information about the climate in Ko Samui in march

Climate in Pattaya in march

In the month of march, the mean temperature in Pattaya is 86°F (maximum temperature is 90°F and minimum temperature is 83°F). The climate is very hot here in this month. With 2.9in over 13 days, rainfall can happen during your trip. But this is pretty reasonably and you will not be too bothered by it.
With a good climate, the month of march is a recommended month to go in this city in Thailand.

March
Average temperature 86°F
Highest temperature 90°F
Lowest temperature 83°F
Sea temperature 84°F
Rainfall 2.9in
Number of days with rainfall 13 day(s)
(41%)
Humidity 77%
Daily sunshine hours 12
Cloud cover 18%
Length of day 12:03
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net good
more information about the climate in Pattaya in march

All cities in Thailand in march

Bangkok in marchgood weather
Chiang Mai in marchgood weather
Koh Chang in marchgood weather
Ko Samui in marchgood weather
Pattaya in marchgood weather
Phuket in marchgood weather
Ayutthaya in marchgood weather
Chiang Rai in marchgood weather
Hua Hin in marchgood weather
Khao Lak national Park in marchgood weather
Koh Lanta in marchgood weather
Koh Phangan in marchgood weather
Koh Phi Phi in marchgood weather
Koh Tao in marchgood weather
Krabi - Ao Nang in marchgood weather
Sukhothai in marchgood weather
Burinam in marchgood weather
Chanthaburi in marchgood weather
Khon Kaen in marchgood weather
Ko Lipe in marchgood weather
Ko Samet in marchgood weather
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Weather data for Thailand in march:

Weather data for Thailand in march is derived from an average of the weather forecast since 2009 in Thailand. There is a margin of error and these forecasts are to be considered as general information only. The weather in Thailand can vary slightly from year to year, but these predictions should limit surprises. So you can pack your bags and check when is the best time to go to Thailand.


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