Averages for Bangkok in June

June in Bangkok sees weather that is almost identical to May. The sun usually shines for around 6 hours per day as temperatures rise to a sweltering 33°C. There is an expectation of around 180mm of rainfall this month as average temperatures generally settle between 26°C and 33°C.

The daily average temperature for Bangkok in June is usually around 30 °C and you can expect soaring heat and humidity this month. The highest ever recorded temperature for June in the city...

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  • Temperature Temperature 30°C 85°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 33°C 91°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 26°C 79°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 6 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 180 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 18 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 30°C 86°F

Daily averages for Bangkok

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June in Bangkok sees weather that is almost identical to May. The sun usually shines for around 6 hours per day as temperatures rise to a sweltering 33°C. There is an expectation of around 180mm of rainfall this month as average temperatures generally settle between 26°C and 33°C.

The daily average temperature for Bangkok in June is usually around 30 °C and you can expect soaring heat and humidity this month. The highest ever recorded temperature for June in the city is a scorching 38°C with the lowest being 23°C. However, temperatures usually range around the mid-twenties to early thirties for June. The average sea temperature this month is around 30°C, which is warm and the majority of tourists will enjoy taking a refreshing swim in the ocean.

The average humidity for the resort is around 73% but as temperatures are high, it can feel very humid. Caution is advised, as you can experience fatigue and discomfort during this boiling hot weather. You should ensure that you stay hydrated, wear SPF when being exposed to the sun and take regular breaks from the direct sunshine. Ensure you're prepared by packing light, cool clothing and lots of SPF to protect your skin from the sun.

The famous Marble Temple.

The Famous Marble Temple.

Where to stay

The Shangri-La Hotel is a magnificent hotel with affordable rooms. For the more discerning guest, the Krungthep Wing has a butler service, while the hotel also has a complementary shoeshine service, photo processing, shuttle boat service, a shopping arcade, florist, six restaurants, three bars and a business centre. For leisure, there's a pool alongside the river, a fitness centre and tennis courts, plus a spa complete with treatments. With so much on offer, the hotel has over 800 rooms, to help avoid disappointment from being fully booked. Each room overlooks either the city or the river.

A five star hotel is the Grande Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit, located next to the BTS Skytrain Station. This modern establishment is situated in the centre of the city for easy access to a range of attractions. 277 rooms boast air conditioning, television, balcony and free Wi-Fi. Luxury facilities include an outdoor pool, fitness centre, spa and a la carte restaurant. Several shopping centres are only minutes away from the hotel via car, and though accommodation is expensive, this is one of the best places to stay in the city.

Dramatic sky over Bangkok City.

Dramatic sky over Bangkok City

Things to do

Bangkok has plenty to offer. The warm weather is likely to send many tourists to explore the local sights, however, spending time indoors can be a welcome break from the heat. If the weather is dry and you plan on spending time outdoors, head to Lumpini Park. One of the largest parks in the country, you will take delight in the open air and lush greenery. Originally established in the 1920s, the park is located in the centre of the business district, so it's very easy for all visitors to travel to. Enjoy a relaxing picnic with family or friends, rent a boat and paddles on the lake, or take a stroll and capture a few images on your camera.

If you fancy purchasing a few local treasures then visit Chatuchak Weekend Market. One of the most well-known markets in Thailand, with around 15,000 stalls to browse. Around 200,000 visitors each market day attend, so it's a hugely popular attraction. Open on both Saturday and Sunday, this market offers both local goods and produce. If you're planning a visit, attend early to avoid the rush!

Wat Pho Temple.

Wat Pho Temple.

Restaurants and nightlife

If you're interested in exploring the local restaurants then Bangkok has a vast number to visit. Ruen Mallika serves traditional Thai food in a relaxing atmosphere. With a surrounding garden, the restaurant is housed in an old teak house, but keep a close eye out as it can be quite difficult to find from the street.

Alternatively, a trip to MBK Food Island is a must. A food market with many stalls offering a range of dishes, you'll find traditional Thai food and vegetarian options. Open from ten in the morning until ten in the evening, grab a quick snack while on the go, or entertain something a little heartier.

Dates to note

June hosts a few events, including the Hua hin Jazz Festival. There is also the International Festival of Dance and Music (Part 1), with many performances by international musicians across the city's venues. Nearer the end of the month, there is the Amazing Thailand Grand Sale Fair, where many main shops offer large discounts on goods.

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