Thailand Weather in March

Thailand weather in March is hot and dry. The temperature starts to rise throughout the country, and the average daytime temperature could hit 35℃(95℉). Influenced by monsoon wind, Thailand steps into the hot season. The climate in Thailand in March is also dry, with the average rainfall being only 37mm (1.5 in).
The hottest cities in Thailand in March:
Pattaya: 34℃(93.2℉); Bangkok: 35℃(95℉); Hat yai:34℃(93.2℉)
The coolest cities in Thailand in March:
Chiang Mai: 20℃(68℉); Chiang Rai: 19℃(66.2℉)

Averages for Thailand Weather in March

High Temperature
35°C (95°F)
Low Temperature
23°C (73.4°F)
37 mm (1.5 in)
06:15 ~ 06:34
18:26 ~ 18:30

March Temperatures in Thailand

What to Wear
When you visit Thailand in March, shorts, light pants, sport shirts and some breathable cloths can satisfy your basic needs. The most important thing is putting on sunscreen cream when you go outside in case the intense sunlight hurt you. And taking a parasol is also necessary.

March Travel Guide – Where to Go & Tips
Tourism Rate: 

Going to the beach is a good choice for people traveling to Thailand in March because there are less tourists. Located in the east of Thailand, Ko Samet is a beautiful heaven on earth attracting foreigners and locals. People can enjoy the slow pace of life as much as they want. Besides, they can also choose all kinds of diving activities and water sports.

You should also not miss its capital, Bangkok. In the morning, you can take an excursion to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. It is the only market that still maintains the past style of water market in Thailand. It has a history of more than 100 years, and many movies have been filmed here. The market generally lasts from early morning until around 2 pm, and the period from 7am to 8am is the peak period. Later, you can head back to downtown to visit some cultural relics, like the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew. These magnificent buildings fully demonstrate the great artistic creativity and wisdom of the Thai people. As the sky darkens, a cruise over Chao Phraya River is a good way to appreciate beautiful night scene of the city. This river is known as the “Venice of the East” and the “mother of all rivers” in Thailand. Flowing through Bangkok, it plays a very important role in the transportation of the city and the life of the shore residents.

Tip: The air condition of southern and eastern areas is better than northern districts because farmers there burn back their fields to prepare for the next planting season. People may need to make a detailed plan in advance.

March Weather of Major Thailand Cities
Temperature Sunrise / Sunset Humidity
High Low
35°C/ 95°F 26°C / 78.8°F 07:25/ 17:32 44
35°C / 95°F 26°C / 78.8°F 07:20/ 18:07 84
34°C / 93.2°F 25°C / 77°F 07:56/ 18:38 79
Chiang Mai
35°C / 95°F 20°C / 68°F 07:45/ 18:30 83
Chiang Rai
34°C / 93.2°F 19°C / 66.2°F 07:08/ 18:13 72
35°C / 95°F 26°C / 78.8°F 07:23/ 18:22 73
Hat yai
34°C / 93.2°F
23°C / 73.4°F 07:41/ 18:34 79
Hua hin
32°C / 89.6°F 25°C / 77°F 06:51/ 17:35 75
Khon Kaen
35°C / 95°F 22°C / 71.6°F 06:58/ 16:36 72
Ko Samui
31°C / 87.8°F   26°C / 78.8°F 07:44/ 17:48 57
35°C / 95°F 20°C / 68°F 07:03/ 18:11 74
Nakhon Rathasima
35°C / 95°F 24°C / 75.2°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
Nakhon Sawan
37°C / 98.6°F 25°C / 77°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
35°C / 95°F 26°C / 78.8°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
34°C / 93.2°F 25°C / 77°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
34°C / 93.2°F 26°C / 78.8°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
35°C / 95°F 26°C / 78.8°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
Samut Pakan
35°C / 95°F 26°C / 78.8°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
30°C / 86°F 25°C / 77°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
Surat thani
30°C / 86°F
25°C / 77°F
06:56/ 17:43