Bangkok Weather in November


Season: Cool Season

November is the beginning of the cool season in Bangkok and there are hardly scorching days. Averagely, the temperature goes up and down between 23-32℃ (73-90℉). It does not often rain and the total rainfall is only 48mm. In term of weather conditions, it’s a good time to visit the city. For the purpose of having fun, it’s also a good time, because Loi Krathong, one of the most important festivals in Thailand is celebrated in this month. 

However, the comfortable weather and happy celebrations attract more visitors to the city, which usually lead to higher travel cost.

Averages for Bangkok Weather in November

Temperature: 29°C / 84°F
High Temperature: 32°C / 90°F
Low Temperature: 23°C / 73°F
Humidity: 69%
Rainfall: 48mm
Rainy Days : 5 days
Sunrise: 06:13 ~ 06:25
Sunset: 17:48 ~ 17:51

What to Wear in Bangkok in November

Thin clothes are the first choices in November of Bangkok considering the tropical climate. Pack short-sleeve t-shirt for the daytime and long-sleeve shirt or a thin overcoat for the night time. Ladies can still wear long dresses in the day. The shoes should be comfortable and sneakers or sandals are suggested.
Bangkok Clothes in November November Wear in Bangkok

Things to Do in Bangkok in November

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The biggest event in November of Bangkok is the Loi Krathong. It is a festival of love and light. On the festival day (December 15 in Thai calendar), lovers go to the waterside to float lanterns, by which way to drive away bad luck and annoyances and make best wishes. Setting off skylights is also a popular activity during the festival in Bangkok. The best places to take part in the happy events include Chao Phraya River, Wat Saket, Benjasiri Park and ICONSIAM. Wat Saket is one of the most famous temples in Bangkok with a history of over 300 years. During Loi Krathong, the temple is beautifully decorated by colorful lights and red silk. Located high, it also offers a bird’s eye view of the city.


1. On Loi Krathong, do not take away others’ floating lights, which is considered very impolite. 
2. It’s highly advised to book a room and flight ticket in advance if you going to Bangkok during Loi Krathong, when they can be in great demands.
- Last updated on Mar. 03, 2023 by Brenda Lian -