Bangkok Weather October Averages, Thailand
What's the Weather Like in Bangkok in October?
Bangkok.is an exciting holiday destination in October, when the weather is hot, humid and rainy. It's very much t-shirt and shorts weather and the sun shines for at least six hours a day. However, with an average of 16 days of rainfall, you will need to pack a raincoat.
How Warm Is The Sea In Bangkok In October?
The sea temperature is a balmy 29°C, ideal for an enjoyable splash in the ocean.
How Hot Is Bangkok In October?
Is Bangkok Humid In October?
Around 190mm of rain falls throughout October. The average humidity for the Bangkok is around 76%, though considering the high temperatures at this time of year, caution is advised as heat stroke and fatigue can occur.
Bangkok Hotels in October
The Phra-Nakom Norn-Len Hotel
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, kid's 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 the perfect hotel for those concerned about ethical farming.
Located close to the main areas of Bangkok, the 20 hotel rooms are comfortable and relaxing, with a coffee shop and massage area on hand to help you unwind during your stay.
The Banyan Tree
A five star hotel to consider is the Banyan Tree. Boasting 327 luxurious rooms, with a private bathroom, minibar, satellite television and coffee machine, the complex offers stunning views and beautiful décor.
Guests can look forward to the roof top restaurant and bar, pool and spa, health club and gift shop. Situated in the heart of Bangkok's central business district, the hotels location is perfect for those that want to be close to all the action.
Bars and Restaurant
Kaloang Home Kitchen
If you're searching for somewhere to dine then try Kaloang Home Kitchen. Here, you'll find traditional Thai seafood alongside a tranquil atmosphere.
If seafood doesn't whet your appetite, then Japanese cuisine might just do the job. Sushiko is a restaurant based over three floors, with sushi, tempura and shabu-shabu all on the menu. Located in the Soi Thaniya region, where many Japanese restaurants are situated, it's the ideal place to cater for your breakfast, lunch or dinner requirements.
Things to do in Bangkok in October
As Bangkok is a bustling city, there are plenty of things for tourists to see and do. If you are the active type then why not partake in a bike tour of the city? It's the perfect activity for viewing Bangkok's best attractions. A small group bike tour will take you on a three hour trek of the area, allowing you to explore Memorial Bridge, Wat Arun Temple and other remarkable sights. Travel through the heart of Bangkok, across the Chao Praya River, King's Royal Barges and the Bangkok Noi Canal to discover the incredible scenery and iconic landmarks.
If you are searching for some evening entertainment then a visit to Bangkok Chinatown is highly recommended. A five hour tour of this area includes a visit to the old markets of Bangkok; stop and enjoy a hot drink in a 100 year old café or have a taste of some local seafood from a street stall. Take in the lively atmosphere of the city at night as you enjoy dinner. Afterwards, take a walk to Saphan Put Night Market, where you will discover beautiful clothing, second hand goods and other pretty homewares. You will finish this tour at Pakklong Talad, the largest flower market in the city.
Dates to note
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.