Weather Averages for Khao Lak in April
Averages for Khao Lak in April
Temperatures increase even further in Khao Lak, Thailand in April, when the resort experiences similar weather to that of Koh Tao. During this time of year, temperatures can soar up to 34°C, so it’s best to avoid the sunshine during the hottest part of the day to lower your risk of heatstroke and sunburn. The evenings bring a much welcomed relief, with temperatures dropping to around 25°C after the sun sets.
The Thai New Year, known as Songkran, is celebrated in April, when huge water fights take place throughout every resort. Not only is this a great way to cool down, it’s also a fantastic way to have fun with the whole family.
Khao Lak is a superb destination for those who enjoy scuba diving. Similan Diving Safaris is a PADI 5-Star Dive Centre which offers a selection of courses and excursions, with something to suit everyone. Whether you’re a professional diver with years of experience or this is your first time donning a scuba suit, Similan Diving Safaris will take care of you and make sure you have an amazing day out.
Similan Diving Safaris, Khao Lak.
If you’re looking for somewhere to dine surrounded by beautiful scenery, visit the Phu Khao Lak resort’s restaurant. Here you’ll find a huge selection of cuisine, including traditional Thai dishes and fresh sea food.
When it comes to accommodation, The Andamania Beach Resort is ideal for families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Khao Lak, Thailand. Enjoying a wonderful beachfront location, this complex features a swimming pool, pool bar, internet, Thai massages and a game room.
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April events in Khao Lak
Long Live HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
2nd April 2015
Long Live Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. This date marks the birthday of the princess. This is a public holiday in Thailand where wishes are given to the princess for a long, healthy and happy life.
Thai New Year
13th April 2015 to 15th April 2015
Thai's celebrate the lunar new year with a lot of water! They usually return to their home town during this period.
Ching Ming Day
5th April 2015
This ancient Chinese festival takes place 104 days after the Winter Solstice in cemeteries across the country, where families pay respect to their ancestors with various offerings.
13th April 2015
The Thai New Year is a unique occasion for any travellers to Thai, this day is marked by festive water fights in every town in the country as everyone returns home to celebrate this massive occasion.