Khao Lak Weather March Averages, Thailand

    • Temperature Temperature 29°C 84°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 34°C 93°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 23°C 73°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 79 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 7 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 28°C 82°F

    Khao Lak Weather for March 2021

    March is one of the hottest times of the year to visit Khao Lak, although rainfall is picking up. The resort experiences temperatures between 34°C and 23°C with an overall average of 29°C. It is worth packing sun-cream and staying hydrated. You may wish to spend plenty of time on the beach cooling off in the sea, which is a warm 28°C.

    There are 9 hours of sunshine in this month, as in January. The length of the day stays essentially constant, from March 1 with 11:54 hours of sunlight, to March 31 with 12:14 hours.

    Skies above Khao Lak are mostly clear, with precipitation of 79mm occurring across 7 days of the month. Showers should be brief and should not affect your holiday. 

    Khaolak Sunset Resort is perfect for couples and families looking for accommodation in Khao Lak. Surrounded by a tropical forest, this hotel is situated on a private sandy beach. Here you'll find a host of services and facilities, including restaurants, room service, satellite TV and air conditioning in each room. Guest rooms include the deluxe room, located on the first and second floors with a partial or full sea view, classic room, located on the first, second and fourth floors, some with beach access, and the Grand Deluxe Room, which features 38 square metres, not including the balcony and sea view.

    Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa is perfect for families and couples looking for accommodation in Khao Lak, Thailand. This complex enjoys a wonderful location on a private sandy beach and offers a selection of rooms, with something to suite all group sizes, tastes and budgets. Guests can choose from 47 sq.m. family rooms, including balcony with garden or lagoon view, 42 sq.m. deluxe rooms with living area, or 54 sq.m. Ocean-front villages, including private terrace. All rooms are equipped with minibar, safe, bathtub, satellite LCD TV, and A/C. 

    Pakarang Cape is the most westerly point on the mainland, and at low tide a great place to hunt for shells, coral and smooth pebbles. The beach is popular with surfers.

    Khuk Khak Beach is wide and long, with a few lagoons and rivers. It's a quiet beach with just a handful of restaurants, supermarkets and massage huts.

    Nang Thong Beach is idyllic, with golden sands, casuarina trees and coconut palms. Stay here to be near the best facilities: restaurants, souvenirs shops, photo shops, pharmacies, bookstores, street vendors and diving schools.

    Satisfy your craving for Italian cuisine with dinner at the Pinocchio restaurant. Here you'll find a fantastic selection of pizzas, sourdough bread, pasta, cheese, wine and homemade gelato.

    A Thai/Western fusion favourite is Dao Thong (Opposite Bang Niang Market), serving dinner only, and mostly traditional dishes with the occasional attractive international flair. La Roma (Opposite the market) is an Italian pizza trattoria that stylishly mixes Thai with pizza. Another fusion experiment is Victoria Tandoori Night (Opposite Mukhdara Resort, Soi Bang Niang #1), specialising in Thai and Indian set menus with a takeaway option.

    If you're trying to impress a date, try The Candle (Soi Bang Niang #1), for its classy Thai menu with international touches. With its brickwork exterior, Thai wine list and innovative dishes, this is the place to impress.

    Each year the baby sea turtles that were born in captivity are released at the Thai Muang Beach. This is a fantastic once-in-a-lifetime event to see and is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the endangered species and what we need to do to save them.

    If you'd like to have a go at diving during your holiday, visit the Sea Dragon Dive Centre. This centre is one of the most popular in Khao Lak and specialises in live-aboard, diving and Similan and Koh Bon day trips. There is a full range of PADI dive courses available, so there is something for everyone, whether you want to increase your experience or try out diving for the first time.

    Hikers will be happy to find out that there are many walking opportunities throughout Khao Lak. Guided hikes along the coast can be arranged through agencies when you arrive at the resort, or if you'd prefer something more relaxing, how about a boat trip along the Khlong Thap Liang estuary?

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