Bangkok Weather in April


Season: Hot Season

It starts to get hot in April of Bangkok. The highest temperature can reach 40℃(104℉) around the noon. The average temperature fluctuates between 26-35℃(79-95℉). The hot weather makes it not so comfortable to sightsee around. But it does not decrease the enthusiasm of visitors to flow in to attend the Songkran Festival, the grandest festival of Thailand. It is also called the Thai New Year celebrated from April 13th to 15th, when you may need to book a hotel and flight ticket in advance. 

Averages for Bangkok Weather in April

Temperature: 33°C / 91°F
High Temperature: 35°C / 95°F
Low Temperature: 26°C / 79°F
Humidity: 70%
Rainfall: 65mm
Rainy Days : 4 days
Sunrise: 05:57~ 06:14
Sunset: 18:30 ~ 18:34

What to Wear in Bangkok in April

The hot weather in Bangkok in April only allows thin summer clothes like shorts and dress. During the Songkran Festival, people splash water on each other to express their best wishes. Remember to bring a few more clothes to take part in.
Bangkok Clothes in April April Wear in Bangkok

Top Places to Go in Bangkok in April

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The first thing to do in April of Bangkok is no doubt having fun in the Songkran Festival and the top places to go including Khaosan Road for water-splashing activity, Silom Road also famous for music and dances, and Erawan Shrine to make wishes towards the four-faced Buddha. 

Another interesting thing to do is visiting the distinctive floating markets like Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa Floating Markets. 

Coming to Bangkok, you should also not miss other must-visits like the royal palace Grand Palace, the ancient capital Ayutthaya. A leisurely cruise over the Chao Phraya River is a romantic thing to do if traveling together with your lover.


1. To visit Bangkok in April during the Songkran Festival, the travel cost usually increases to some extent. 
2. When attending the water-splashing activity, use clean water and put your cellphone in a water-proof bag beforehand.
3. Traffic jams often happen during the festival and you’d better use public transport or walk on foot.
- Last updated on Mar. 03, 2023 by Brenda Lian -