Bangkok Weather in June


Season: Rainy Season

June is the rainy season in Bangkok. According to the historical records, the monthly rainfall totals 185mm. It is also a hot month and the highest temperature of the day often rises to over 40℃ (104℉). 

From the perspective of weather, June is not a good month to visit Bangkok. But economically, it spends less because the room rate and flight tickets drop a lot in the low travel season.

Averages for Bangkok Weather in June

Temperature: 31°C / 88°F
High Temperature: 33°C / 91°F
Low Temperature: 25°C / 77°F
Humidity: 75%
Rainfall: 185mm
Rainy Days : 12 days
Sunrise: 05:49 ~ 05:54
Sunset: 18:42 ~ 18:49

What to Wear in Bangkok in June

The climate of Bangkok in June does not allow any thick clothes. Thin summer clothes made of cotton, silk and linen in light colors are first choices. Also prepare an additional thin overcoat to cope with the strong air-conditioners occasionally. Please also know that sleeveless t-shirt, shorts and skirts over the knees and see-through clothes are not allowed in the temples. An umbrella or other rai gears are also necessary. 
Bangkok Clothes in June June Wear in Bangkok

Where to Go in Bangkok in June

Recommendation Rate of Travel: 

Every visitor coming to Bangkok should not miss the Grand Palace, a large-scale Thai architecture complex decorated luxuriously. The famous temple, Wat Phra Kaew is in its northeast corner. Not far away from the Grand Palace, the Bangkok National Museum is a good place to learn the history, arts, ethnic groups and more of Thailand. The distinctive floating markets are also quite popular among visitors. In June, it is suggested to visit the less-commercialized Amphawa Floating Market. In addition to experiencing local folk customs, one can take a boat to appreciate the dazzling fireflies at night there. 


1. Stay indoor when it is too hot and rains heavily.
2. In addition to delicious food and snacks, Thailand is rich in tropical fruit and June is a harvest month. Do not miss tasting them.
3. Bring with yourself mosquito repellent water and medicine to prevent heat stroke.
- Last updated on Mar. 03, 2023 by Brenda Lian -