Bangkok Weather in February


Season: Cool Season

Bangkok weather in February is not very hot, averagely between 23 - 33℃ (73 - 91℉) with no much rainfall, about 30mm for the whole month. As a whole, it is a good month to travel there climatically. 

Buddhism is very popular among locals. When traveling there, show enough respect to the local customs and obey the special rules of the temples. 

Averages for Bangkok Weather in February

Temperature: 29°C / 84°F
High Temperature: 33°C / 91°F
Low Temperature: 23°C / 73°F
Humidity: 70%
Rainfall: 30mm
Rainy Days : 2 days
Sunrise: 06:35 ~ 06:45
Sunset: 18:18 ~ 18:26

What to Wear in Bangkok in February

Considering the temperature, it is advised to pack summer clothes if visiting Bangkok in February. Sunhat and sunglasses are also advised to protect yourself from the bright sunshine. Please also prepare some clothes for visiting Buddhism temples, where sleeveless t-shirts, shorts or skirts above knees, and others exposing too many body parts are forbidden. 
Bangkok Clothes in February February Wear in Bangkok

Where to Go in Bangkok in February

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Coming to Bangkok, you should not miss the Grand Palace. As the royal palace of Thailand, it is not only grand in scale, but also luxury in decorations. It is a representative of Thai architecture. Another must-visit in Bangkok is the numerous temples and one of the bests is Wat Pho. It is also the oldest temple in Bangkok and the largest all over the Thailand. It worships a giant reclining Buddha and also offers traditional Thai massage service. A leisurely way to tour the city is drifting along the Chao Phraya River by cruise. On the banks, stand many temples and distinctive folk houses. 

A special place to go in Bangkok in February is the Chinatown, because Chinese New Year usually falls in January or February, when lots of celebrations are held, including lantern shows, fireworks shows and dance and singing performances.


Bangkok is a hot travel destination among Chinese tourists. During Chinese New Year, one of their two longest holidays, lots of Chinese travel there for fun. If you plan to go there during the time period, book hotels and flight tickets in advance to ensure a smooth trip.
- Last updated on Mar. 03, 2023 by Brenda Lian -