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Unstoppable Andaman Sea Views from this Two Bedroom Condo in Kata
Unstoppable Andaman Sea Views from this Two Bedroom Condo in Kata
Refcode: CSSV8813
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Remarkable Five Bedroom Salt Water Pool Villa in Private Estate, Nai Harn
Remarkable Five Bedroom Salt Water Pool Villa in Private Estate, Nai Harn
Refcode: HSIL8805
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New Three Bedroom Development in the Peaceful and Relaxing Woodlands of Cherng Talay
New Three Bedroom Development in the Peaceful and Relaxing Woodlands of Cherng Talay
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Seasons

What are the Phuket Seasons

Phuket has several seasons based on tourism and weather conditions and prices are highest in Peak season and lowest in low season now known as “Summer season”. Generally speaking they are:

Peak season: 1 December – 31 January

High season: 1 October – 30 November and 1 February – 31 May

Low (Summer) season: 1 June – 30 September

Rainfall chart for Phuket

High season starts in November and moves into Peak season during Christmas and New Year which are the driest months.

High season continues with February and March with occasional cooling thunder storms late afternoon and the temperatures remain very warm.

April is start of low season and the hottest month and the beginning of the temporary rainy season marked by Songkran water festival with temperatures in high 90’s and official start of the Thai New Year.

May,  June,  July is the real start of the monsoon season and much misunderstood as it is particularly pleasant cooler period with temperatures down to 30 degrees. Locally now known as “Summer season” as quieter and great deals on hotels etc.

August start of European holidays is mixed weather, great for board, kite and wind surfing.

September, October are the wettest months but tend to be night rain storms and short sharp bursts of rain in the day which clear in minutes when the sun returns.