Chiang Mai Weather in October
The weather of Chiang Mai in October is hot in the daytime and cool at night. The average high temperature is 32℃(90℉) while the average low temperature is 22℃(72℉). It is the ending of the rainy season and the rainfall is still abundant. According to previous records, the monthly rainfall in October reaches 118mm on average. The rain often comes suddenly but also fades away soon. Traveling there in October, always bring with you an umbrella or other rain gear.
Season: Rainy Season
Averages for Chiang Mai Weather in October
Temperature: 27°C / 81°F
High Temperature: 32°C / 90°F
Low Temperature: 22°C / 72°F
Rainy Days : 12 days
Sunrise: 06:15 ~ 06:24
Sunset: 17:51 ~ 18:12
Short-sleeve t-shirt, shorts and clothes of the kind are proper. Beautiful dresses are highly recommended to females. A long-sleeve shirt or a thin overcoat should also be packed in the luggage for the cool night time. At least two pairs of shoes should be prepared: one pair of sandals for leisurely sightseeing and one pair of airy sneakers for long walk.
What to Wear in Chiang Mai in October
One more piece of advice: cover your body well when visiting temples in Chiang Mai.
Where to Go in Chiang Mai in October
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The first recommended stop to visit in Chiang Mai is one of the many temples in old town area. Wat Phra Singh is the largest and one of the most popular among them. It is in Lanna-Thai style. In addition to the architecture, also pay attention to delicate murals and reliefs there. Surrounding Chiang Mai, Doi Suthep is the best place to visit. It is a great destination not only to appreciate charming natural scenery, but also to pray for good luck in Wat Phrathat and learn the life of the royal family in Bhubing Palace. At the foot of Doi Suthep, the Night Safari is home to many animals and you can also make a stop there to intimate with them if time permits. When it’s rainy, you’d better stay indoor to enjoy a Thai spa, or watch a boxing show; the 3D Art Museum is also a fun place to visit.
- Last updated on Mar. 06, 2023 by Brenda Lian -