November Weather Averages for Bangkok, Thailand

What's the Weather like in Bangkok in November 

Rainfall and Sunshine Hours

At the end of the year, Bangkok is at driest, though, there is still 40mm of rain over the course of 5 days. In November, the sun normally shines for 8 hours per day, with temperatures generally settling between 24°C and 31°C, a happy escape from the torturous cold in London!

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    • Temperature Temperature 28°C 82°F
    • High Temperature Holiday Weather 31°C 88°F
    • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 24°C 75°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hrs
    • Rainfall Rainfall 40 mm
    • Rainfall days Rainfall days 5 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 29°C 84°F

    Bangkok Weather for November 2019

    What's the Weather like in Bangkok in November 

    Rainfall and Sunshine Hours

    At the end of the year, Bangkok is at driest, though, there is still 40mm of rain over the course of 5 days. In November, the sun normally shines for 8 hours per day, with temperatures generally settling between 24°C and 31°C, a happy escape from the torturous cold in London!

    Temperature

    The daily average temperature for Bangkok is usually around 28°C, just a few degrees warmer than December, and there's a good chance of a shower, so pack a raincoat just in case. It's warm enough to wear shorts and a t-shirt, as it still feels humid in the city. The highest ever recorded temperature in November for Bangkok is 38°C with the lowest being 18°C. However, temperatures normally fall within the averages for the month.

    Sea Temperature and Humidity

    The average sea temperature in November is generally around 29°C, which will feel perfectly warm enough for most to enjoy a quick swim or dip in the ocean. The average humidity for the resort is around 67%, and due to the warm temperatures, you may feel discomfort or fatigue. Ensure that you take regular breaks from the heat, apply SPF to protect your skin from the sun and drink lots of water to stay hydrated.

    Bangkok Hotels in November 

    Avani Riverside Hotel

    For pure luxury, consider staying at the Avani Riverside Hotel. Each room and suite looks over the river and city skyline. Wine and dine in the sky with a restaurant and rooftop bar overlooking the panoramic views of the city's skyscape. Not too mention a swim in the Infinity Pool, this hotel is not to be missed. This hotel also includes a free boat shuttle, taking you to the other side of the river, along with a shopping mall located directly next door to the hotel.

    The Cape House

    Bangkok has many hotels covering every budget, and The Cape House is perfect for those on a budget. Based over 20 floors, the serviced apartments include studios, one and two bedroom suites, with most rooms having separating living rooms and bedrooms, dining areas, kitchenette, bathroom and a daily maid service. Boasting elegant, modern décor, with white and beige tones, guests will enjoy a comfortable stay. There is an Italian restaurant onsite, plus a gym, pool and free Wi-Fi. The sauna and steam baths are ideal for unwinding after a lengthy workout, and the business centre is equipped with free coffee and snacks.

    Aetas Residence

    Located in the heart of Bangkok, close to the Central Chidlom Mall, is the Aetas Residence. This five star hotel complex features 215 rooms, with a private bathroom, minibar, coffee machine, television and safe box. Onsite, there is an outdoor pool, gym, sauna and hot tub for guests to relax in. The hotel restaurant serves both local and international dishes to cater to a range of palettes. Free parking and Wi-Fi is available for all guests, with a free shuttle bus to Ploenchit BTS Skytain Station offered. Situated close to a supermarket, shops, and other amenities, guests won't have to travel far to experience Thai culture.

    Bars and Restaurants 

    Je Ngor

    For some authentic Thai cuisine, then visit Je Ngor, serving banquet style servings of delicious Thai food, including a small seafood menu and rice dishes. Opening for lunch and dinner, you'll find a welcoming atmosphere and friendly service.

    Le Normandie

    For continental cuisine, you must visit French restaurant Le Normandie. This formal dining experience requires you to wear formal attire, including a jacket and you'll need to book ahead. Some of the best chefs in the world cook here, so you can expect the finest French dishes. Located at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, enjoy a tasty lunch, dinner or supper.

    Pizza Romano Pala

    If you prefer a mouth-watering pizza, head to Pizza Romano Pala for an Italian snack. Pizza can be ordered by the slice and you will also find pasta dishes and pies on the menu here, which are ideal for a quick and easy snack.

    Things to do in Bangkok in November 

    Rice Barge Tour

    There are plenty of things to see and do in Bangkok. If you want to explore what's on offer then take a cruise. A three hour Bangkok Rice Barge Tour will allow you to immerse yourself in the local culture. Travel by long tail boat on the canals of the city as you marvel at the scenery on display. Watch locals hard at work and take delight in the drinks and fruits served on board your boat.

    Elepehant and Zoo Tour

    If you are searching for a day out, suitable for all the family, then a zoo tour is highly recommended. A three hour elephant and zoo tour will enable you to explore the Sampran Elephant Ground and Zoo, which is located 20 miles from the city. Here, you'll be able to take a fifteen minute elephant ride, see several displays, including an enactment of a historical battle and view other animals, such as crocodiles.

    Dates to note

    One of Bangkok's most famous festivals, the Loi Krathong Festival takes place in late November. The main attraction is baskets and boats being made out of banana leaves, filled with candles, flowers, incense and coins, then put into different bodies of water including the Chao Phraya River.

    November events in Bangkok

    Festival

    Royal Barge Procession

    1st November 2019 to 30th November 2019

    Head to the Chao Praya River to see the beautiful Royal Barge Procession, which is an ancient tradition, where 52 authentic wooden boats sail along the river to celebrate the King's Birthday. The event will start at 3pm and finish at 4pm. The date for this event is yet be to announced.

    Website:

    http://www.bangkok.com/events-calendar.htm

    Loi Krathong Festival (Krathong Floating)

    13th November 2019

    Loi Krathong is one of Bangkok's most famous festivals where boats and baskets are constructed of banana leaves and filled with candles, coins, incense and flowers, and then floated along various stretches of water. People will watch their floating devices hoping the candle will last as long as possible.

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