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Thailand has just three seasons… damn hot, not-quite-so-hot and wet (sometimes torrential). It’s variously called the wet season, the green season or monsoon. Whilst some people view the rain, sometimes very heavy, as a disruption, other embrace the annual downpours and enjoy the break from the hot weather. Depends if you’re riding on a motorcycle without a raincoat when it starts! Unlike much of the rest of the world, north and south of the equatorial regions with four reliable seasons of winter, spring, summer and autumn, Thailand has just three types of weather driven by an annual monsoon that sweeps […]

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Thanks for the detail weather pattern write-up Tim. This helps me to tweak my riding plan to Thailand...may be in Junen2022, if they scrap all the conditions.......waiting for the travel since 16th March 2020, the last day I left Kanchanaburi.......

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