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5 things to do on a rainy day in Thailand 2022

The mention of the Thai “rainy season” sends the fear of dread running through a most tourists and visitors alike who imagine a deluge of endless water cascading from the sky for days on end. This is a common misconception held by holiday makers. Yes, it does rain and there will be days when the weather interferes with your vacation, but it won’t stop you having a great time.

The ‘monsoon season’ is slowly approaching, and it is difficult to predict when it’s going to rain, but we at The Thaiger can help you prepare by suggesting some exciting ideas just in case of a downpour.

Thailand’s wet season is caused by the southwest monsoon sweeping out of the Indian Ocean, with moist air heading in a north-easterly direction across Thailand from the Andaman Sea which is sucked into the void left by rising warm air over the southeast Asian landmass. The monsoon also coincides…

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