July can be a good time to visit Thailand , but you’ll need to be prepared for rain. It’s the middle of the wet season and most of the country experiences significant showers and thunderstorms from the southwest monsoons. The plus side is that the crowds are negligible and the prices are reduced.
It is absolutely worth going to Thailand any time, but also in rainy season. It rarely rains all day, and usually the day is warm and sunny most of the day, then when it does rain it is short and sharp storms which cool things off nicely.
July overview Temperatures drop slightly throughout Thailand in July (avg temp: 28 – 29°C), and as the month progresses, rainfall will increase with short daily showers likely to become more prolonged as you move towards August, and some of the heaviest rains of the year.
Phuket in July Phuket is warm and wet in July . The south-west monsoon means there’s a good chance of rain, with rough sea conditions. For better weather and swimming conditions, it’s worth considering Koh Samui and Koh Phangan on the east coast.
The rainy season in Thailand typically takes place from July to October. Sometimes the months of May and June will also see some extra rains as they lead into the official monsoon season . During the rainy season , the high will be around 89o F (32o C) and the daily low around 78o F (25o C).
Phuket Weather in July : July is similar to June, but with monsoon season well underway, rainfall amounts rise to an average of 260mm that comes down over 19 days. While you’ll need a bit of luck when it comes to the weather, sunny days are still common, and a cooling breeze makes being outside often rather pleasant.
Travelers should also be wary of booking stays in April and early May. This is what is considered the “hottest” season in the hot, hotter, and hottest classification of Thai climate. Temperatures can surpass 104 degrees, so if you can’t handle the heat, plan your trip for a few months earlier.
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The southeast islands, notably Ko Samui, Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao are good destinations in July , though do expect a bit of rain and wind. On the other hand, Ko Chang near Cambodia and the Andaman coast both see considerably heavier rain in July .
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The weather in Bali , Indonesia in July is very similar to June . The average temperature for the month is 27°C with an average low of 22°C. At the warmest part of the day, it reaches 31°C. The coldest day in July ever recorded is 20°C, while the hottest ever recorded day is 37°C.
In my experience Bali is cheaper than Phuket . But, they are two very different places. Bali is much larger than Phuket and the culture is completely different. The beaches on Phuket (and generally in Thailand) are far better than those on Bali .
It doesn’t rain every day At the contrary of what most people think, it doesn’t rain every day during the rainy season, and when it does , it often rains during short periods.
It has good value for money for the things that you can gain and experience. A trip to Phuket for a week will only cost you $500-$600 solo. There is a range of hotels and accommodations that are budget-friendly and can help you save a lot of money. The average price for a room or hotel is around $50.
You should plan to spend around ฿3,012 ($100) per day on your vacation in Phuket , which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, ฿596 ($20) on meals for one day and ฿294 ($9.81) on local transportation.