The Ultimate Bucket List for Thailand Trip in June

khao sok national park

Thailand, rightly known as the “Land of Smiles”, is a soulful place to visit with authentic culture, and various tourist hotspots all year round. In June, summer is at its peak, so the tourist population is comparatively smaller, which causes a decrease in the prices of flight tickets and hotel bookings. This is an excellent time to visit Thailand because of the clear skies and very little rainfall that will not ruin your entire day’s trip. Also, it is because of this rainfall that the rainforests and the rivers and waterfalls do not remain arid. The daily temperature range is between 26 °C and  33 °C. You should go to Thailand if you wish to visit a tropical place. Additionally, the mountain temperatures are ideal for hiking and camping.

List Of Places To Visit In Thailand

Chiang Mai Visit in Thailand

1.   Chiang Mai – Cultural Hub

It is a serene place with huge mountains and waterfalls. During June, some amount of rainfall occurs that makes the dry landscapes turn green. The daily temperatures are between 28 to 33 °C. The weather is perfect for sightseeing, visiting temples representing the cultural aspect of the city and the Thai architecture, elephant sanctuaries, and the Tiger Kingdom. The Doi Inthanon Park lets you participate in various thrilling activities such as ziplining, canoeing, and wakeboarding.

2.   Chiang Rai – The Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle is formed by the confluence of Thailand, Burma, and Laos borders and the meeting of the Mekong and Ruak rivers is observed here. Since there is mild rainfall during this month, the rivers get filled up and do not remain dry. The White Temple Or Wat Rong Khun is one of the main cultural viewpoints. The weather is also suitable for roaming about in the night and shopping from the Night Market, as it is not frosty cold. If you want a spectacular view of the sunset, then visiting Phu Chi Fa is the right choice.

3.   Kanchanaburi – Historical Wonder

You will find several historical spots in Kanchanaburi, the Death Railway Station is one such example. It is named as such because of the deaths of thousands of laborers and POWs due to the bombing by the Allied Forces during World War II. The greenery of the landscape is worth admiring. On the outskirts of downtown Kanchanaburi, there is the famous Erawan National Park. The tropical climate makes it best to witness the Erawan Falls, and trek in the mountains, take a stroll in the woods, and get an opportunity to see wild monkeys.

4.   Koh Samui – Beach Paradise

Situated off the East Coast of Thailand is Koh Samui. During June, there is very little rainfall so it will not create a disturbance for your trip plan The various beaches are namely Lamai Beach, Choeng Mon Beach, Bophut Beach, and Maenam Beach. The beautiful blue ocean and the sky above, the tall palm and coconut trees comprising the total view will surely touch your heart and soul. You can book a short stay at the exotic beach resorts. You can also participate in fun-filled activities such as surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, or bathing in the sun. A beach sunset view adds to the charm.

5.   Khao Sok National Park – Nature lover’s home

Located in the heart of Thailand, it has spans of lush green rainforests, and limestone cliffs creating a dreamy landscape. You can take a boat trip on the famous Cheow Lan Lake and witness the viewpoints, Klong Ka Waterway, Gui Lin viewpoint, and the Diamond Cave. There are various waterfalls here, which you cannot reach by any vehicle but can come across if you go trekking in the mountains. For someone, who wants to stay close to nature for some days away from the crowd of the city, this is the right place as well as the right time of the year due to the climate. There are floating bungalows nearby where you can book a temporary stay and enjoy the indescribable view with the fresh wind and sunlight coming in. Diverse wildlife is found in the Khao Sok National Park, and you might come across some elephants. Cave venturing is another fun and informative activity here.


June is the beginning of the tropical climate in Thailand. Since it is not crowded during this time, you can enjoy the views and sightseeing is not inconvenient. Even the prices of hotel bookings and flight tickets drop. making it quite affordable. Since it is hot in Thailand in June, make sure to carry light clothes to keep you cool, and a good amount of sunscreen. Also, remember to carry raincoats along with you and sandals, as mild rainfall does occur during this time. Make sure to wear decent clothing while visiting temples. June is the perfect time to visit Thailand with its clear skies greenery and flowing rivers.

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