Thailand has a tropical climate, with high temperatures and high
humidity levels throughout the year. Temperatures in the capital,
Bangkok, range between 68°F (20°C) in December, and
95°F (35°C) in April. January and February are normally
dry, March to May is the hottest time of year, June to October
tends to be the wettest season (with 90% of the country's rainfall
occurring in this period), and November and December are the
coolest months. Monsoons occur usually between June and October,
and in September and October, much of the country experiences
flooding, especially in the north, north eastern and central areas.
Travel to Thailand is at its peak from November to February as this
is when it tends to be coolest and most bearable for visitors.