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jamesp01
post Jul 6 2007, 08:59 AM
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Hi. I'm going to Thailand from mid July to mid September, so I'll be encountering the rainy season. I've been before a couple of times, both to the east and west coast islands. Is it likely that one side of the country which will experience more rain than the other at certain points during my stay, or is it the same for the whole southern region? I don't mind the usual once or twice daily monsoon blast (in fact I enjoy it!), but if one side is significantly different from the other, this may help me to better plan my trip. Cheers for your help
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post Jul 8 2007, 09:05 AM
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Yes, normally (although weather doesn't have to do what a guide book says) one side will be getting more rain at a different time to the other side.

So as I don't stuff it up - please check for yourself at:
http://www.travelfish.org/weather_fish.php
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alffredangelo
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paul is right!
thailand comes under the monsoon region so it has regions with varying climate. so it is better to check out the climate before going out there
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