Krabi Weather September Averages, Thailand

    Krabi Weather for September 2020

    What's the Weather like in Krabi in September

    The weather in Krabi, Thailand in September is very similar to that of August high temperatures with a fair amount of rainfall. During this month, the average temperature starts off at 27°C (created by highs of 30°C and lows of 24°C), rising up to 27.5°C (highs of 31°C and lows of 24°C) by the middle of the month and falling back down to 27°C (highs of 30°C and lows of 24°C) by the end of the month.

    Even though it only happens on an average of once every ten days, temperatures have been known to rise above 32°C and fall below 23°C in Krabi in September. The hottest temperature ever recorded here during September is 35°C, whilst the coldest temperature ever recorded in the province during this month is 23°C.

    With average temperatures as hot as these, Krabi in September is best reserved for holidaymakers who like high temperatures and loads of sunshine. If you prefer cooler temperatures but are determined to visit Krabi, you'll be better off visiting the province during January, when average temperatures are usually at their coolest. Regardless, whichever month you choose to visit Krabi, you'll need to make sure you pack plenty of light and airy clothing to ensure you stay comfortable, as well as suntan cream to avoid sunburn.

    Throughout September, Krabi is subject to an average of 264mm/10 inches of rainfall divided between 18 rainy days that's a little bit more than in August. The likelihood of precipitation making an appearance during your holiday in Krabi begins at 60% on September 1st, rising up to 64% by September 11th, 68% by September 19th and 62% by September 30th, making the start of the month the best time to go if you want to avoid rainfall. The most common forms of precipitation that you can expect to experience in Krabi in September are light rain (34%), thunderstorms (33%) and moderate rain (23%).

    Across September, Krabi boasts an average of seven hours of sunshine each day, along with median cloud cover which ranges between 82% (partly cloudy) at the start of the month and 84% (partly cloudy) by the end of the month. Despite the high amount of sunshine hours, the intense cloud coverage means that you probably won't get much chance to sunbathe during your holiday in Krabi.

    Over the course of the year, the average sea temperature for Krabi remains consistently warm. In September, it's 29°C that's 1°C cooler than the previous month which is definitely warm enough to go swimming.

    Thanks to its tropical climate, Krabi is humid all-year-round. In September, the relative humidity for the province fluctuates between 64% (mildly humid) and 95% (very humid) over the course of the month, almost never falling below 57% (mildly humid) or reaching as high as 99% (very humid). The air is often at its driest around September 13th, when the relative humidity falls below 67% (mildly humid) three days out of every four, whilst the air is often at its most humid around September 1st, when it rises above 93% (very humid) three days out of every four.

    In September, Krabi experiences hardly any winds at all. At this time of year, normal wind speeds range between 0 m/s (calm) and 4 m/s (gentle breeze), almost never exceeding 6 m/s (moderate breeze). The highest average wind speed of 2 m/s (light breeze) occurs around September 8th, when the average daily maximum wind speed is 4 m/s (gentle breeze), whilst the lowest average wind speed of 1 m/s (light air) happens around September 2nd, when the average daily maximum wind speed is 4 m/s.

    Krabi Hotels in September

    For another low-cost hotel in Krabi, check out Krabi Tipa Resort. This resort is surrounded by tropical greenery, giving you the impression of staying in a jungle, and provides accommodation in the form of bungalows, deluxe rooms, teak houses, grand deluxe rooms, family superior rooms and family deluxe rooms. Each room comes complete with complimentary drinking water and air conditioning. The resort provides guests with everything they could ever need, including café, swimming pool, kids' entertainment, one breakfast restaurant, one lunch and dinner restaurant, mini supermarket, pool bar, library, free WiFi access and massage service.

    Families looking for budget accommodation in Krabi should consider staying at Holiday Inn Resort Krabi Ao Nang Beach. This resort is perfect for kids and features free-form swimming pool, water slides, playgrounds, kids' zones, teens' zones, free WiFi access and kids' club for the little ones, whilst the adults enjoy the swim-up bar, spa, Asian-themed restaurant and resort speedboat for island hopping. Accommodation is provided in the form of 173 modern rooms in eight categories, each of which comes with coffee making facilities and air conditioning.

    Silversand Suites are ideal for families and couples who plan on spending a lot of time at the beach during their holiday in Krabi. Located in Ao Nang, this hotel provides a free speedboat shuttle service to and from Ao Nang beach and Nopparatthara beach, as well as a Mexican and Brazilian restaurant which offers themed cuisine, all-day breakfast, afternoon snacks, various drinks and regular live music. Guests can choose between deluxe king rooms, deluxe king twin rooms and superior twin rooms, each of which comes complete with modern furnishings, balcony with tropical garden views and high-speed WiFi access.

    Emerald Garden Resort is a boutique hotel surrounded by the tropical trees of Ao Nang, just a ten minute walk away from Ao Nang beach and Noparat Thara beach. Accommodation is provided in the form of 70 standard rooms, front pool rooms, superior rooms and suites, all of which are decorated with a traditional Thai theme and feature air conditioning. There is an international restaurant onsite, two swimming pools, Jacuzzi, swim-up bar and rooftop snooker/tv room, with some bars, restaurants and shopping opportunities available a short walk away in Ao Nang.

    Krabi Beach for September

    Ao Nang Centara Beach is perfect for holidaymakers seeking a secluded and remote beach. This sandy bay is located a few hundred metres along the coast from Ao Nang beach and, because of a towering rock wall, can only be accessed via boat. Here you'll find a straight stretch of golden sand, lined by clear waters so shallow and calm that they're the perfect place for children to play and swim safely. Apart from an onsite beach bar which serves food and drink throughout the day and some exotic trees which provide natural shade, there are no facilities here, so you'll need to bring all your own commodities with you.

    Tubkaek beach is one of the least popular in the whole of Krabi, making it the ideal place to relax and enjoy some peace and quiet. The reason it is the least popular beach is because there is nothing truly remarkable about it. Here you'll find the soft white sands and shallow calm waters which you get at every beach in Krabi, plus a number of smaller uninhabited islands which are visible from the shore. There are no food and drink kiosks on the beach, although there are some restaurants, hotels and bars lining the beach, just a few metres back from the shore. Toward the north of the beach, you'll also find the Tubkaek National Park which you can explore.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Jungle Kitchen is highly regarded as one of the very best restaurants in Ao Nang. This eatery specialises in Thai food and is decorated in true Jungle style, with bamboos and tropical plants. The food is high quality, served in large portions and extremely good value for money, making it common for diners to return again and again. The friendly Thai woman who runs the restaurant is always up for a chat and is happy to cook your food just how you want it.

    For a top quality steak, it's got to be Carnivore Steak and Grill in Ao Nang. Open every day from 3pm until 11pm, this steakhouse-style restaurant specialises in steaks, with rib-eye, fillet mignon and T-bone on the menu, as well as lamb tenderloin fillets and lamb chops. For those who aren't meat eaters, there is also a selection of fresh fish and seafood available, plus salads which can be ordered in three different sizes. For kids, the Carnivore Steak and Grill provides burgers, chicken nuggets and sausages.

    When it comes to a laid-back beach bar, it's tough to beat Mixing Bar. Located in Koh Lanta on a very quiet part of the beach, this small wooden shack is ideally positioned for watching the sun set and serves a wide range of local and international beers, spirits and cocktails. If you want to avoid the party bars and enjoy a quiet drink somewhere where you can have a chat, this is the bar for you.

    Joy Bar on East Railay beach is open 24 hours-a-day and provides something for everyone. Indoor and outdoor seating is provided on wooden stools with Thai-style cushions, chilled out music is played throughout the day and night and free WiFi access is available for customers. A wide selection of alcoholic drinks is available and the fantastic beach view makes it a must-visit.

    Tam Kha Goon from Jungle Kitchen in Krabi, Thailand

    Things to do in Krabi in July

    If you'd like to visit a Buddhist temple during your holiday in Krabi, consider Wat Kaew Ko Wararam. Located in Krabi Town, this collection of religious buildings has black and white detailed façades and a huge staircase lined with golden dragon statues and ornate lamp posts. Inside the simple temple, you'll see tributes to Buddha, made from impressive golden statues of the god surrounded by smaller statues and offerings put there by the locals. There are various different temples which make up the site, some of which are quite plain and some of which are very brightly decorated. Wat Kaew Ko Wararam is completely free to enter and photography is allowed.

    When it comes to boat tours in Krabi, Thalassa Boat Tours is one of the best companies there is. Thalassa Boat Tours specialises in tailor-made private and semi private boat tours throughout the Krabi province, including the Ao Nang islands, Hong islands and Koh Phi Phi islands. The private tours available range from half-day trips to two-day excursions and include snorkelling, buffets on the beach and some even include camping. There is only one semi-private tour available and it includes stops at three beaches, one rock formation, two snorkelling spots and a buffet dinner at sunset.

    Animal lovers won't want to miss the chance to visit Nosey Parker's Elephant Camp. Based in Ao Nang, this elephant camp offers two different trekking programmes one which lasts for two to three hours and another which lasts for six hours. The shorter programme includes one hour of elephant trekking, swimming at a natural river park and then an easy nature trek on foot, whilst the longer programme includes two hours of elephant trekking, swimming at a natural river park, nature trek on foot into the jungle, visit to an orchid garden and fish farm and a Thai lunch at a riverside restaurant. The elephants here are well cared for and are used to being around people, making the elephant trekking safe for adults and children alike.

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