Krabi Weather March Averages, Thailand

    • Temperature Temperature 29°C 84°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 34°C 93°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 24°C 75°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 29.2°C 85°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 27.6°C 82°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 48 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 5 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 29°C 84°F

    Krabi Weather for March 2021

    What's the Weather like in Krabi in March

    The weather in Krabi, Thailand in March is very similar to that of February. At the start of the month, the average temperature begins at 28.5°C (made up of highs of 33°C and lows of 24°C) and very gradually drops until it reaches 28°C (highs of 32°C and lows of 24°C) by the end of the month. The drop in temperature is so miniscule that you won't be able to tell.

    Even though it only happens on an average of 10% of days, temperatures can sometimes rise above 35°C or drop below 22°C in Krabi in March. The highest temperature ever recorded in the province during this month is 38°C, whilst the lowest temperature ever recorded in the province at this time of year is 21°C.

    Alongside February, March is usually the hottest month of the year, although the change in temperature throughout the year in Krabi is so miniscule that you probably wouldn't notice it. Regardless, if you've got your heart set on Thailand but hate the hot weather, you're better off forgetting about February and March and visiting Krabi during January, when temperatures are usually at their lowest.

    Whenever you choose to visit Krabi, you'll need to take plenty of light and airy clothing with you, as well as sunglasses, hats and suntan cream in order to avoid sunburn and heatstroke.

    Across March, Krabi receives 48mm/2 inches of rainfall, which is spread out over five rainy days. The probability of rainfall making an appearance during this month begins at 41% on March 1st, and steadily rises as the month develops, reaching 45% on March 11th, 50% on March 21st and peaking at 51% on March 29th, making the start of the month the best time to visit if you want to avoid rainfall. The most common types of precipitation you can expect to experience in Krabi if you visit at this time of year are thunderstorms (59%), light rain (28%) and moderate rain (10%).

    Overall, Krabi enjoys an average of eight hours of sunshine every day during March, alongside median cloud cover which ranges between 56% (partly cloudy) and 65% (partly cloudy).

    The average sea temperature in Krabi hardly changes at all throughout the year. In March it's 29°C that's the same as last month which is more than warm enough to go swimming, whether the sky is clear or cloudy.

    Thanks to its tropical climate, Krabi stays fairly humid all-year-round. In March, the relative humidity ranges between 47% (comfortable) and 93% (very humid), rarely reaching 100% (very humid) or dropping below 38% (comfortable). The air tends to be at its driest around March 1st, when the relative humidity falls below 52% (mildly humid) three days out of every four, whilst the air is often at its most humid around March 28th, when it rises above 90% (very humid) three days out of four.

    Krabi experiences every little wind in March. During this month, typical wind speeds fluctuate between 0 m/s (calm) and 5 m/s (moderate breeze), rarely rising above 7 m/s (moderate breeze). The highest average wind speed of 2 m/s (light breeze) occurs around March 5th, when the average daily maximum wind speed is 5 m/s. At the other end of the scale, the lowest average wind speed of 2 m/s happens around March 28th, when the average daily maximum wind speed is 4 m/s (gentle breeze).

    Krabi Hotels in March

    For a room with a view, you can't beat Aonang Cliff Beach. This four-star hotel is located overlooking the Andaman Sea, with a thick expanse of unspoilt forest on the other side, making it the perfect peaceful haven. Accommodation is provided in the form of superior rooms, deluxe rooms, family retreat rooms and ocean view rooms, each of which features rainwater shower and private balcony or terrace. There are six bars and restaurants which serve a selection of Thai and international dishes, as well as a swimming pool and gym. The highlight of Aonang Cliff Beach is its infinity spa which provides guests with massages, facials, body scrubs, wraps and manicures in individual and couple rooms.

    The Elements Resort is a luxury boutique hotel set on Klong Muang beach and focuses on the elements of nature earth, wind, fire and water in its architectural design and surroundings. Guests can choose between superior rooms, deluxe rooms, suites and premier rooms. Onsite services and facilities include fitness room, soundproof room with TV, lounge with WiFi access and games, one restaurant and two bars. There's also a traditional Thai two-level spa which provides guests with waxing, manicures, pedicures, hydrotherapy bath, facials, exfoliations, wraps and massages.

    When it comes to a top golf hotel in Krabi, Sofitel Krabi Phokeethra Golf and Spa Resort Hotel is a great choice. This hotel combines Thai and French styles to create a top end luxury resort, complete with the largest swimming pool in Thailand, spa with a global menu and French specialities, five restaurants and two bars. The nearby nine-hole golf course offers challenging fairways, fantastic sea and mountain views and diverse landscapes, making it fun for all abilities. Accommodation is available in the form of superior rooms, luxury rooms, junior suites, prestige suites and opera suites.

    For something a bit more budget-friendly, consider the Maleedee Bay Resort. Situated in Ao Nang in between Anang beach and Nopprat Thara beach, this hotel is perfect for those who love the sand and the sea. Guests can choose between superior rooms, deluxe rooms, deluxe oriental rooms and family rooms, each of which features modern Thai décor, WiFi access and private balcony. There is a swimming pool and restaurant available onsite, but if you're after something a bit livelier, you can hop onto the free shuttle bus and visit the centre of Ao Nang.

    Krabi Beach for March

    Phra Nang Beach was recently voted one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world and it's easy to see why. This beach can be accessed by a 20-minute boat trip from Ao Nang and features soft white sands, shallow calm waters and tall limestone cliffs which provide shade in the late afternoon. "Sandwich boats" pull up at the beach around lunchtime, full of baguettes, chilled sandwich fillings, fruit and drinks all available for very cheap prices. There are plenty of things to do here sunbathing, swimming, scuba diving, snorkelling, rock climbing, cliff-top jumping and even cave exploring.

    Klong Muang Beach is one of Thailand's latest up-and-coming beaches. Situated north of Ao Nang, this beach has the closest coastal access to the Ko Hong protected marine park and features a long narrow stretch of golden sand dotted with rocks and driftwood. Although there are no bars or restaurants located on the beach, there are around ten restaurants located off the beach in Klong Muang. Due to the lack of facilities and cliffs, there isn't much to do here apart from sunbathe, swim and snorkel, making it the perfect place for a relaxing day out.

    None of these beaches provide sun loungers or shades, so make sure you bring your own commodities if you need them.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Seafood lovers won't want to miss dining at Lae Lay Grill. Located in Ao Nang, this restaurant serves Thai-inspired seafood, including fresh lobster, tiger prawns and crabs all of which has been caught locally. There is a set menu available for large groups, plus a varied a la carte menu and even a honeymoon menu. What really makes this restaurant special are the views you're treated to sea and mountain vistas of surrounding Ao Nang whilst you dine.

    Another popular seafood restaurant is Mr Krab-i, located in Krabi Town. This modern restaurant is run by a Thai-Italian couple and their influence is evident in the menu, which is part Italian and part Thai. The pasta dishes and Thai soft shell crab are said to be amazing and served up in very generous portions, considering the reasonable prices. A decent wine list is also available, with a selection of local and imported bottles.

    For a family-friendly bar, it's got to be Smile Bar. Situated in Ao Nang, this bar is known for its incredible friendly staff who smile and wave at you as soon as you enter. Here you'll find a very comfortable and relaxed atmosphere, cheap drinks (two-for-one cocktails during happy hour) and a pool table. If you're feeling hungry, the staff will even let you order food from another restaurant and eat it in the bar, providing you've bought at drink.

    Absolute Bar is a great place to go if you fancy a chat with the locals. Situated close to Nopparat Thara beach, this bar is run by two very friendly people who will happily give you advice on which parts of Krabi to visit and give their recommendations on anything. A wide variety of music is played throughout the day and evening and the drinks menu features a selection of cocktails, spirits and beers.

    Things to do in Krabi in March

    Located 20km along from Krabi Town, the Khao Phanom Bencha National Park is a must-visit during your holiday in Krabi. The park covers 50km2 of forests, streams, waterfalls and local wildlife. Some of the many highlights include: the Namtok Huai To waterfall which runs into 11 huge pools, the Namtok Huai Sa-de waterfall which runs over a tall cliff, the Tham Khao Phung cave with unusual shaped stalactites and stalagmites and the 500m-tall Namtok Khlong Haeng mountain which is the tallest in Krabi.

    If you fancy a bit of scuba diving, sign up for a course with Kon-Tiki. This diving and snorkelling centre is located in Tambon Ao Nang and offers various diving trips, snorkelling cruises and PADI courses around the Phi Phi Islands, Ao Nang Islands, Shark Point Sanctuary, Bida Islands and Koh Haa yai. The trips and cruises allow you to explore the waters around the local areas whilst the PADI courses enable you to earn certificates in order to be a fully qualified diver. For a fully immersive experience, you can opt for a "liveaboard" trip which allows you to stay and sleep on the boat whilst diving in places which take longer than one day to reach.

    For an adrenaline-pumping experience, you can't beat Thailand Off-Road Adventures. This company offers high-speed motorcycle tours which allow you to take in the sights like never before. There are 12 different off-road trips available, ranging from six hour tours to eight day tours, plus road touring rides which last between one and 15 days, providing something for newbies and experienced riders alike. All the trips include the motorbike, fuel, multilingual guide, access to all the sites, road assistance, first aid, technical riding support and hotel pickup you'll need to pay for safety equipment separately.

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