Weather Averages for Bangkok in October
Averages for Bangkok in October
In Bangkok, Thailand°C and an average low of 25°C. Although it is the second wettest month of the year, it has considerably less rain than the previous month – 190mm over 16 days – and is the last month of severe rain, signifying the end of the wet season. October is a very humid month, though, at 80%, and sunshine hours are just six per day on average. It is the last month with such low sun and high humidity though, and improvements are afoot. The compensation is that hotels and flights are often cheaper at this time of year as the weather is perhaps not as preferable as other months. The annual averages should be checked before booking any holiday.
October hosts the Thai Beer Festival, where Bangkok’s finest locally brewed beers are available for sampling. Numerous breweries congregate at central venues. There is also the Kin Jay Vegetarian Festival, which is quite unusual to people from other countries. For the festival, many local people opt to eat only vegetarian food for nine days, but if you don’t want to do that there are also street parades and celebrations to enjoy.
The Phra-Nakorn Norn-Len Hotel is a small, charming hotel that welcomes children and favours an emphasis on being green. There are a variety of rooms, from singles and doubles to a family room, plus a gathering space, green space, kids’ space and a living space. The food available from the hotel comes from selected suppliers, with an aim being to support small farms with sustained agriculture, making it a perfect hotel for those concerned about ethical farming.