Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Thailand: Know when to go!

So you have decided WHERE to go now you must decide WHEN! Wherever you travel in the world, it is important to get the timing right. Not knowing about a country’s seasons and possible weather conditions can turn your holiday into a nightmare.

As far as Thailand goes the rainy season is from July to October. It only rains in short bursts each day and the rain always cools it down, so dont let the rainy season deter you from visiting Thailand during that time. It gets pretty hot during the summer in Thailand and November through February are the coolest times of year.

If you make it to the North and Northeast part of Thailand in April you can catch the
Songkran Festival. Be sure to bring a bathing suit, but a towel will be pointless until this festival of water has ended!

AND don't forget about National Influenza Week!! Take a minute to tell your loved ones how important it is to protect yourself from the Flu. One of the easiest ways to help prevent the flu is by washing your hands properly.

4 comments:

  1. The rainy season isn't too bad at all really, and is much like Miami ans south Florida in that it will chuck it down for a short time and then be fine for the rest of the day. More often than not you won't get any rain at all (and the prices are much lower then too!!)

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  3. I'm glad someone made a video about properly sanitizing and the appropriate way to sneeze/cough in order to spead the least amount of germs. I think a visual imagine is good as opposed to reading posters. Plus, its understandable from every language! (I watched the video on mute... but I understood).

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