Suggested destinations to visit during rainy season in Thailand

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This is the perfect time to explore nature, as it is the season when forests become greener, the weather is cooler, flowers are fully blooming, and the waterfalls are full of water.

This year, Thailand’s rainy season officially started on 20 May and will conclude in mid-October. This is the perfect time to explore nature, as it is the season when forests become greener, the weather is cooler, flowers are fully blooming, and the waterfalls are full of water.

Here is a list of recommended destinations to visit if you’re traveling around Thailand during the rainy season:

– Pa Pong Piang Rice Terraces, Chiang Mai Province;

– Doi Mae Salong, Chiang Rai;



– Pha Chang Noi Viewpoint, Phayao;

– Thanon Loy Fah (a road on a high mountain), Nan;

– Rafting in the Khek River, Phitsanulok;

– Khao Yai National Park, Nakhon Ratchasima;

– Fields of Siam Tulip, or Dok Krachiao flowers, Chaiyaphum;

– Naka Cave, Bueng Kan;



– Phu Pa Poh Mountain, Loei;

– Saeng Chan Waterfall, Ubon Ratchathani;

– Chong Lom Mountain, Nakhon Nayok;

– Phlio National Park, Chanthaburi;

– Rayong Botanical Garden, Rayong;

– Bryde whale Watching Spot, Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkram, and Petchaburi;




– E-Tong Village, Kanchanaburi;

– Kaeng Krachan National Park, Phetchaburi;

– Ban Nam Rap Community, Trang;

– Samet Nangshe Viewpoint, Phang Nga;

– Rajjaprapha Dam (Chiao Lan), Surat Thani.




You’re strongly advised to check the weather forecast prior to your visit, prepare suitable clothing, shoes, and equipment for the rainy season, and bring mosquito repellent, as well as strictly complying with the rules and regulations in the parks and attractions.

More information on these tourist attractions can be found on the Tourism Authority of Thailand website: www.tourismthailand.org and www.tatcontactcenter.com.  (PRD)