Krabi Weather November Averages, Thailand

    Krabi Weather for November 2020

    Weather lowdown

    The weather in KrabiThailand remains consistently hot throughout the month in November. The average temperature stays the same across the month at 27°C, created by highs of 30°C and lows of 24°C.

    Even though it only occurs on an average of once every ten days, temperatures can sometimes rise above 32°C and drop below 23°C in Krabi in November. The hottest temperature ever registered in the province at this time of year is 34°C, whilst the coldest temperature ever recorded here during this month is 22°C.

    With an average temperature as hot as this, Krabi in November is only suitable for holiday makers who love the heat and lots of sunshine. If you're not a fan of high temperatures, you're advised not to visit Krabi in November and holiday there during January instead, when temperatures are normally at their lowest. Whenever you choose to visit Krabi, you'll need to take plenty of light and airy clothing with you to keep you cool and suntan lotion to avoid sunburn, plus some waterproofs if you plan on visiting during a wet month, such as October or November.

    Throughout November, Krabi is subject to an average of 153mm/6 inches of rainfall divided between 12 wet days that's almost half the precipitation received by Krabi in October. The likelihood of rainfall making an appearance during this month begins at 58% on November 1st, dropping down to 49% by November 30th, making the end of the month the best time to visit if you don't want to risk rainfall spoiling your holiday. The most common forms of precipitation you can expect to experience during your holiday in Krabi in November are thunderstorms (44%), light rain (28%) and moderate rain (24%).

    Across the month, Krabi boasts an average of six hours of sunshine each day that's one hour less every day than last month alongside median cloud cover ranging between 82% (mostly cloudy) at the beginning of the month and 79% (mostly cloudy) by the end of the month. With such an intense coverage of cloud, you won't get many opportunities to sunbathe if you visit Krabi in November.

    The average sea temperature for the waters around Krabi stays consistently warm all-year-round. In November, it's 29°C, which is definitely warm enough to go swimming.

    Thanks to the tropical climate, Krabi remains humid throughout the year. In November, the relative humidity for the province fluctuates between 63% (mildly humid) and 95% (very humid) almost never reaching as high as 99% (very humid) or falling below 53% (mildly humid). The air tends to be at its driest around November 30th, when the relative humidity drops below 69% (mildly humid) three days out of every four, whilst the air is usually at its most humid around November 3rd, when it rises above 93% (very humid) three days out of every four.

    Throughout an average November, typical wind speeds vary between 0 m/s (light air) and 4 m/s (gentle breeze), rarely going above 5 m/s (gentle breeze). The highest average wind speed of 2 m/s (light breeze) happens around November 29th, when the average daily maximum wind speed is 4 m/s. On the other hand, the lowest average wind speed of 2 m/s usually occurs around November 4th, when the average daily maximum is 4 m/s.

    Where to stay

    Amari Vogue Krabi

    Holidaymakers who can afford to splash out on their accommodation in Krabi should consider Amari Vogue Krabi. Located on Tubkaek beach, just a 40 minute drive from Krabi airport and a 20 minute drive from Ao Nang, this resort offers stylish Thai Lanna architecture, freeform swimming pools, plunge pools and a sophisticated beachfront restaurant which serves Italian cuisine.

    Accommodation is provided in the form of 39 deluxe rooms, eight deluxe Jacuzzi rooms, four grand deluxe rooms, two spa suites and four one-bedroom villas. The highlight of the resort is the spa which provides private treatment rooms, steam rooms, outdoor massage pavilion and spa suites for couples.

    Krabi Thai Village Resort

    If you want to stay close to Phra Nang Bag, think about Krabi Thai Village Resort. Located within easy walking distance of the beach, this resort is one of the newest in the area and provides accommodation spread out between two- and three-storey Thai-inspired buildings. Guests can choose between standard, executive and honeymoon suites, each of which features air conditioning, mini bar and private balcony.

    There are two restaurants, two bars and one café onsite which serve an array of local and international food and drinks, plus a fitness centre, three swimming pools, one children's pool and spa which offers facial, body and foot treatments.

    Tupkaek Sunset

    For a truly relaxing and private experience, you can't beat Tupkaek Sunset. Situated on Tup Kaek beach, just steps away from the sea, this resort is surrounded by exotic natural trees and plants and boasts incredible views, thanks to the mountains inshore and islands offshore. Guests can choose between 62 modern deluxe building rooms, deluxe garden rooms, deluxe beachfront rooms and grand deluxe beachfront rooms, all of which are within easy access of the beach. The onsite restaurant serves fresh seafood,

    Thai and international cuisine, whilst the beachside bar offers a varied selection of drinks. The private beach means you can relax in pure peace and quiet whilst the choice of excursions available to book from reception means you can be as active as you like during your holiday in Krabi.

    Railay Garden View

    Families and couples who want to be fully immersed in nature during their holiday in Krabi should check out Railay Garden View. Tucked into the tropical forest on a hillside on the eastern coast of Railay, this resort is so private that you'll have no problems relaxing as soon as you arrive.

    Only accessible via boat trip, the resort provides accommodation in the form of double and twin rooms with garden and sea views extra beds are available upon request and incur additional fees. The onsite facilities and services include restaurant, tour desk and free WiFi access, but there are plenty more things to see and do around Krabi if you take advantage of the boat and taxi transfer services.

    Hit the beach

    Koh Jum

    For a glimpse at what Thailand looked like before mass tourism took over, spend a few hours at Koh Jum. This island can be reached by a long tail boat trip from Krabi Pier the boats usually leave only once a day, so make sure you don't miss it. The beach is located on the island of the same name and features a huge stretch of soft golden sand lapped by clear blue waters on one side and lined by dense palm and casuarinas trees on the other. There are no facilities available on the beach, leaving you nothing to do but sunbathe, swim and relax. However, there are a couple of resorts in the area, which provide shops, bars and restaurants.

    Mor Island

    Located in between Chicken Island and Koh Poda, Mor Island is a tiny rock jutting out of the sea. The centre of the island is dominated by a thick collection of tropical trees, with a soft sandy beach encircling it. Because of its small size, very few people go to this beach, making it ideal for those in search of a castaway type of experience.

    Long tail boats travel between Ao Nang beach and Mor Island several times each day and the journey takes around 30 minutes. There are no sun loungers, parasols, bars or restaurants on the island, so make sure you take everything you'll need for the day with you.

    Eating and drinking out

    Bai Tong Thai Restaurant

    Bai Tong Thai Restaurant is a great place to go for quality Thai food in sophisticated surroundings. Located in Nong Thale in Krabi Town, this eatery is open for lunch and dinner and serves a huge selection of meat-, fish- and vegetable-based dishes, all cooked in an authentic Thai style. Soft drinks, juices, coffees and teas are available on the drinks menu, with the signature Bai Tong Thai Iced Tea taking centre stage.

    Tew Lay Bar

    Tew Lay Bar is perfect for holidaymakers who want to enjoy a meal in completely relaxed surroundings. This bar-restaurant is located on Railay Beach in a wooden shack nestled in the trees, with fantastic sea views from every seat and sun lounger. Smoothies, cocktails, beers, spirits and fruit juices, plus a small selection of Thai dishes and snacks are available, all of which are prepared by Dee who is the head chef and owner. If you time your visit right, you might be able to take part in one of the regular cooking classes run by Dee.

    Bang Bang Bar

    For cheap cocktails and smoothies on the beach, you can't beat Bang Bang Bar. Located directly on East Railay Beach making it the perfect place to enjoy a refreshing drink after a day in the sun, this bar is known for its amazing cocktails which are cheap and made to order using fresh fruit. Chilled-out music is played throughout the daytime and evening and a number of family-friendly games, such as Connect Four, are available for customers to play.

    Phi Phi Island

    If you're seeking some high-octane nightlife, pop into Jordan's Irish Pub. Located on Phi Phi Island and open every night from 10pm until late, this bar has a resident DJ who plays a wide selection of music in between the live bands and Irish performers which take to the stage every night. Whether you want to dance, talk at the bar, play pool, people watch or relax on the chill out terrace there's something for everyone here. Full moon parties are also held here and most major sports events are broadcast on TV.

    Things to do

    Ao Nang Krabi Stadium

    Sports fans won't want to miss the opportunity to visit the Ao Nang Krabi Stadium the largest Thai boxing stadium in the south of Thailand. Although the stadium is a little run down, the cheaper prices compared to stadiums in Phuket still make it great value for money. All the fights here are genuine rigging is strictly prohibited and gambling is very much encouraged. Various levels of fights ranging from first-time amateurs to seasoned professionals take place several times each week, giving you plenty of chances to see this authentic Thai sport.

    Andaman Camp and Cruise

    If you're interested in a camping trip during your holiday in Krabi, check out what Andaman Camp and Cruise has to offer. This excursion group offers two types of camping trips one to Hong Island and one to the Bamboo and Phi Phi Islands. Each trip includes pick up and drop off at your accommodation, meals and drinks throughout the day, mask and snorkel, sea kayak and English-speaking guide.

    If the trips on offer aren't up to your standards, you can customise your own trip and visit the places you want to see. Tours incorporating rock climbing, kayaking, fishing, trekking, elephant riding and cooking classes can also be arranged.

    Krabi Castaway Tours

    If a private tour is more your thing, Krabi Castaway Tours has just what you're looking for. This excursion group specialises in private long tail boat trips which can be customised to suit your preferences perfectly. There are seven different tour bases available, some of which take in the local Krabi islands, include barbecues on the beach at sunset and snorkelling excursions.

    A personal chef is also allocated to you during your trip who will cook your favourite dishes or prepare special Thai menus just for you. You can also combine multiple tours into one day trip, if you're short on time and want to see as much as possible during your holiday.

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