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Thailand in March 2024 - Dive into Thailand's Splendid Beauty!

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Beautiful beaches, tall mountains, remote islands, and temples make Thailand a well-liked tourist destination. Attractions like museums, theme parks, and cultural shows further enhance the place's vibrancy. The beauty of Thailand can be seen at its finest when visiting at the right time. Visiting Thailand in March is one of the best options for touring the southern regions and ambiance make it ideal for exploring the beaches. Unwrap the treasures of Thailand with our exclusive Thailand holiday packages, promising a seamless fusion of culture, cuisine, and captivating landscapes. 

Thailand Weather in March


By the start of March, the cool season of Thailand slowly settles down and the tropical heat of Thailand starts to show up. As a result, there are occasional mango showers, and the climate in Thailand in March is hot and warm in the interiors and comparatively cooler near the beaches. The average temperature in Thailand in March fluctuates between 26 °C and 33 °C. Stark differences in the regional climate can be well witnessed during this month. The general variation across regions of Thailand can be split into three major zones,

  • Northern Thailand-  High Temperatures and might be unpleasant for travel
  • Central Thailand- High Temperatures and might be unpleasant for travel
  • Southern Thailand- The Calm sea with clear water and the gentle breeze makes it an ideal time to visit Southern Thailand’s beaches.

What Season is it in Thailand in March?

March is the spring season in Thailand. By the beginning of March, Thailand's cold season is over, and the country starts to transition into the summer. As a result, climate in March is typically dry, and the country experiences the least amount of humidity in March. March is the best month to savor ripe mangoes and mango dishes because the mango shower is just beginning to arrive at the end of the month. Thailand's climate is moderately hot, and people might find difficulty exploring central and northern Thailand.

  • Weather in Bangkok in March- Moderately high temperatures might be difficult to travel around.
  • Weather in Phuket in March- Moderately hot but due to cool sea breezes ideal for visiting.
  • Weather in Pattaya in March - Hot but due to cool sea breezes ideal for visiting.
  • Weather in Chiang Mai in March- Bright, sunny and hot, might be unbearable for hiking
  • Weather in Krabi in March - moderately hot days with balmy evenings.

Best Places to visit in Thailand in March

Some of the popular places to visit in Thailand in March include Phi Phi Island, Koh Lanta Phuket, and Pattaya.

Phi Phi Island

Thailand's Phi Phi Island, which is a must-see destination, is situated halfway between Phuket and the Strait of Malacca. Phi Phi Island became well-known right away thanks to the Leonardo DiCaprio film "The Beach." The island is renowned for its vista points, spectacular beaches, and magnificent limestone caves. From Phuket or Krabi, you can easily travel here using ferry boats or speedboats. With plenty of things to offer in one place, Phi Phi is the best island to visit in Thailand in March. Leh Island, Bamboo Island, Koh Bida Noi, Koh Bida Yai, the main Phi Phi islands, and the six other islands that make up the region are all good for swimming, snorkeling, diving, and island hopping.

Koh Lanta

Due to the effects of mass tourism, Thailand has recently come to feel a bit crowded, and only a small number of its islands have managed to retain their original attractions. Compared to other Thai tourist destinations, Koh Lanta is less crowded and more affordable. Because of its isolation from the mainland and relatively calm atmosphere, it is the best place in Thailand in March for a break from the daily grind. For more adventurous activities, you can kayak, dive, and explore the island's mangroves and coast by boat. Alternatively, you can choose to unwind on the island's beaches. 


Phuket, which is in southern Thailand, is well known for its expansive limestone coastline, vibrant jungles, and clear beaches. Phuket is one of the best places to go in Thailand in March due to the presence of opulent resorts, their adventure sports like diving, snorkelling, hiking, and glider rides, as well as the ideal weather conditions in March. All of Phuket's top tourist attractions are conveniently accessible from Phuket International Airport. Some of the popular spots include Bang Tao Beach, Flying Hanuman, the Big Buddha, and a number of other locations. Hopping on to nearby islands and exploring the beaches are among the popular things to do in Thailand in March.


The extravagant way of life in Pattaya, also referred to as the "Hawaii of the East," is well-known. Pattaya should be on your list of places to travelMake plans to visit the outstanding Thailand with friends because of its reputation for partying, nightlife, and the beach. Pattaya is one of the best places to visit Thailand in March because of the celebrations that happen near the beaches and the pubs nearby. During the holiday seasons, Pattaya is at its most glitzy, and tourists from all over the world swarm the beaches. The adventure and water sports options close to the beaches in Pattaya are quite well-liked and frequently draw tourists.

Things to do in Thailand in March

A trip to the south of Thailand to check out its beaches is one of the best things to do in Thailand in March. Since most of the attractions are near the sea, the cool breezes help visitors cope with the tropical heat.

Island Hopping

The islands of the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea are one of the key places to visit in Thailand in March. White sand beaches, crystal clear water, and stunning snorkeling spots can all be found on Thailand's islands. The islands are also the perfect location for water sports like kayaking, parasailing, and rafting. Lanta Island, Coral Island, Phi Phi Island, and Raya Island are a few of the top islands in Thailand that you should visit.

Spiritual Tourism


Thailand's climate in March is generally hot, making it difficult to visit various attractions and travel. If you enjoy learning about culture and religion, spiritual tourism to Buddhist shrines is one of the best things to do in Thailand. In Thailand, where there are at least 30000 Buddhist shrines, Buddhism is a major religion. Beautifully designed temples can be found all over the country in a variety of settings, including on plains, in caves, and atop mountains. Even if you're not drawn to religious sites, you can't help but be drawn to each temple because of its unique architecture, rituals, surroundings, and backstory. Wat Arun, Wat Rong Khun, Wat Pho, Wat Chantaram, and the Big Buddha Temples dispersed throughout major cities are a few of the must-see shrines.

Festivals and Events in Thailand in March

Attending Thailand's March festivals and events is one of the most underrated things to do while visiting the land of smiles.

  • The Makha Bucha Day is observed during the first week of March to remember the day that 1,250 Buddhist monks spontaneously gathered to hear the Buddha's teachings after he attained enlightenment.
  • National Thai Elephant Day on 13th March to showcase the significance, cultural connection and awareness of elephants in Thailand.
  • National Muay Thai Day on 17th March in honour of that sport. Do visit the local clubs and stadiums to see some best games
Frequently Asked Questions on Visiting Thailand in March

Southern Thailand is a wonderful place to visit in March, and visiting Central and Northern Thailand isn’t recommended.

The days are typically hot in March; therefore, depending on your itinerary, it is recommended to carry loose clothing, shoes, sunglasses, and other items.

In general, March is a good time to visit the southern Thai islands in the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. The provinces you must visit in March are Phuket and Krabi.

Makha Bucha Day and National Thai Elephant Day are observed as public holidays throughout the nation in March.

The average temperature in Thailand in March fluctuates between 26 °C and 33 °C. March is the spring season in Thailand and is generally dry.

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