The weather in Phuket can be warm, cold, or rainy depending on what the season is. You will find a high season and a low season where there are pros and cons to both seasons and if Phuket is on your bucket list, then this guide is for you.
The High Season
From November to February comes the high season where Phuket attractions look the brightest, nature is the most serene, and the beaches look the most pristine. This period attracts many tourists to the island for water sports, sightseeing, and exploring the city. Anantara Layan Phuket Resort is an ideal choice of accommodation for those who seek relaxation after these activities.
The Hot Season
March to mid-May can be the hottest months in Phuket, and the temperature lies in their mid-thirties, with more humidity that will make you feel uneasy if you’re not used to tropical climates. However, if you want to witness the famous Thai New Year known as Songkran Festival, you will need to visit Phuket during April. The good news is, you can wash it all away at the festival when the water fights begin!
The Monsoon Season
The monsoon season falls between May to October in Phuket where the temperatures are around 28-29 °C. Although the weather can be humid to the fullest, this is the best season if you want to grab the sweet deals and offers from most hotels and resorts and enjoy less-crowded, more peaceful holidays away from your busy routine.