Bangkok Weather in July


Season: Rainy Season

Belonging to the rainy season, it rains a lot in July in Bangkok and the total monthly rainfall is as high as 220mm. The rain often pours down, sometimes accompanied by thunders and flooding the streets, when it is not recommended to go outside. The good point is that it usually does not last very long. Another frequent description of Bangkok weather in July is hot with the average temperature of 25-33℃ (77-91℉). 

In short, it is not a good month to visit the city in July, but it costs less because the price for hotel rooms and flight tickets are comparatively lower.

Averages for Bangkok Weather in July

Temperature: 31°C / 88°F
High Temperature: 33°C / 91°F
Low Temperature: 25°C / 77°F
Humidity: 76%
Rainfall: 220mm
Rainy Days : 13 days
Sunrise: 05:54 ~ 06:02
Sunset: 18:46 ~ 18:50

What to Wear in Bangkok in July

The proper clothes to wear in July of Bangkok are thin and light summer clothes, such as t-shirt and shorts. Long pants and dress below the knees are needed when visiting Buddhism temples. As for shoes, breathable thin sports shoes or scandals are best choices. 
Bangkok Clothes in July July Wear in Bangkok

What to Do in Bangkok in July

Recommendation Rate of Travel: 

Khao Phansa usually falls in July, one of the grandest Buddhism festivals in Thailand. For visitors, it is a great chance to learn the traditional Buddhism culture of the country. In the morning, people would go to the temples to send food or other living items to the monks and participate in the candle procession. Then, street parades are held by various folk organizations. The climax of the festival comes at night, when people gather at temples to pray. You may go to Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Wat Arun and more temples to take part in the religious events. Coming to Bangkok in July, it is also highly advised to try Thai massage. Many hotels and road-side stores provide it, and Khao San Road is a great place to go, where not only massage stores, but also restaurants and booths offering various local snacks gather.


1. When going out, always bring an umbrella or a rain coat. The rain can come suddenly. 
2. Drink enough water on the hot scorching days
- Last updated on Mar. 03, 2023 by Brenda Lian -