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Thailand has a tropical monsoon climate. There are three seasons in a year, namely the hot season (mid-February to mid-May), the rainy season (late May to mid-October) and the cool season (November to mid-February).
The year-round temperature is no less than 18°C (64℉), with a temperature difference between 38°C and 19°C (66℉-100℉). The average temperature is about 28°C (82℉). The humidity ranges from 82.8% to 66%.
In Bangkok, for example, the temperature can be as high as 37°C (99℉) in April when it is the hottest month, with the hot sun and sultry air. Especially in April, sometimes it can even exceed 40°C (104℉). Don't forget to bring your hat and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun during this time. In the north, the weather is cooler, but north of Chiang Mai and in the high mountains, the nights are chilly all year round, so be sure to bring a heavy jacket.
About 1 THB = 2.25 INR
Average flight time: 3 hours 40 minutes
Best month for fares: July
Most popular airline: Thai Airways International
Phuket, Thailand 3,007 km from Mumbai
1. Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport (also known as New Bangkok International Airport, code BKK)
2. Bangkok Don Mueang Airport is an important aviation hub in Southeast Asia and Asia.
There is no rail transportation from Bangkok's Don Mueang Airport to the city. Transportation to downtown Bangkok is by cab and bus only.
In terms of location, although Bangkok Don Mueang Airport is closer to the city than Suvarnabhumi Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport has the advantage in terms of transportation and has newer and more functional facilities.
India is 1.5 hours behind Thailand. Thailand uses East 7 time zone and India is located in East 5.5 time zone. All cities in Thailand have the same time.
Time zone in Thailand: UTC/GMT +7
Time zone in India: UTC/GMT +5:30
Thailand is a left lane. Public transportation in large cities is mainly buses (Bangkok), LRT (Bangkok), MRT (Bangkok), double-striped cars (buses), tuk-tuks, and motorcycles.
Transportation in Bangkok is expensive, and there is currently one light rail BTS line and one MRT line with a station-by-station fare of about 16 baht (about 36 rupees) for one stop. Also cabs in Bangkok start at 35 baht (about 79 rupees).
The biggest problem with Bangkok traffic is the traffic jams, Bangkok is the most congested city in the world! Foreigners need to be aware that Thai buses are not air-conditioned and do not announce stops, so foreigners need to always look at the map when taking the bus. See more information in "Transportation in Thailand".
Thai people generally believe in Buddhism, but there are other religions as well, and Thailand is a very culturally inclusive country.
However, there are rules about the dress code for entering temples, which foreigners also need to follow, and that is not to wear suspenders, short skirts and shorts and other revealing clothes into temples.
Thais not only have great respect for the gods, but also for the king and royal family. One of the laws in Thailand is that you should not talk about the royal family. So it is best to show expectation.
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