Weather Averages for Bangkok in March
Averages for Bangkok in March
March in Bangkok, Thailand is comparable but slightly warmer than previous months, with an average temperature of 30°C – an average high of 34°C and low of 25°C. The sea temperature is almost the same as the land temperature at 29°C, but rainfall is different – now averaging 50mm over five days. Humidity and sunshine hours per day remain the same as January and February at 70% and nine hours respectively.
March is another busy month with a number of events taking place. Throughout the month there is the Thailand International Kite Flying Festival, which is a major event for all ages. In late March there is Magha Puja Day, a Buddhist holiday with candlelit processions around multiple chapels and temples across the city. There is also the Thao Suranaree Fair in late March/early April, featuring processions, exhibitions, contests and live music, finished with a huge fireworks fisplay. Also at the end of the month is the International Bangkok Motor Show, showcasing the latest cars and other vehicles, including concept cars and futuristic designs.
No holiday can be truly enjoyed without a good place of accommodation, and the Mandarin Oriental will not disappoint. Located on the riverbanks, the hotel is both peaceful and central, just a short walk from Bangkok’s skytrain. There are 358 rooms, most of which overlook the river, and 35 suites. There are large bathrooms complete with walk-in showers, and even a private butler service. With nine restaurants and bars, no guest will be hungry or thirsty, and the spa ensures everyone is relaxed and tranquil during their stay. Further facilities include yoga sessions – both group and private – two outdoor pools, a fitness centre, a jogging track, squash court and two tennis courts. There are even classes, such as the Thai Cooking School and Thai Cultural programmes