Quite a few tourists choose to travel in Thailand in March, whether it is a family trip, a honeymoon trip or even a trip after the army. Although the period is characterized by heat and humidity, many tourists come to different parts of Thailand, register for unique attractions and enjoy breathtaking views. Planning a trip to Thailand in March? We have gathered all the essential information for you.
What is important to consider when planning a trip in March?
March is one of the hottest months in Thailand, so it is important to prepare for it in advance. That is, if you are planning hiking, keep in mind that you will need large amounts of water, food, and sun protection products. The tropical climate is significantly different from the Israeli climate, and to protect the skin and body during the day, equip yourself with high quality sunscreen, a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses. It is important to note that these items can be purchased after landing in Thailand, shops scattered in the streets and stalls located in the markets. In addition to the weather, you should know that in March there are unique days in which festivals and parties are held – plan your route accordingly.
In March you will find a wide range of accommodation options, from quality hotels to hostels or guest houses. Due to the fact that this season the tourist season is coming to an end, prices seem to tend to be lower than usual, even though prices in Thailand are low compared to the prices of hotels in Israel.
The hottest period in Thailand begins in March and lasts until May, so it is particularly hot and humid weather. It’s important to take account of weather conditions because nature trips can be challenging in such weather, so you may prefer to spend your time in air-conditioned places or even stay close to the hotel. Moreover, despite the heat and high temperatures, many tourists visit Thailand every March.
Where are travelers in Thailand during this period?
During March you can reach a wide range of tourist sites and enjoy various attractions. As mentioned above, it is recommended to prefer air-conditioned places such as shopping malls, unique museums, cultural performances and of course the spas, but at the same time you may be happy to reach Thailand’s unique water parks and enjoy a cool and enjoyable experience.
And what’s going on in March? The National Elephant Day, which falls on 13.3, is celebrated mainly in Thailand’s zoos or elephant farms, where unique exhibits and processions can be enjoyed. In addition, you can celebrate the Muay Thai Day with the locals, with the celebrations taking place in the town of Taithaya (70 km from Bangkok), where parties and festivities are held for a whole week and another in March is the Pattaya Music Festival, Where you can watch unique shows by artists from all over the world.
Planning a trip to Thailand in March? We at the Tourist Center will help you plan your trip in the best possible way, whether you are booking hotels, buying domestic flights and tourist attractions in Thailand’s tourist destinations. Contact us – We will be happy to assist you in planning a unique and memorable trip!