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Best weather islands in oct/nov

  • Parky

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    I'm heading back to thailand after 10 days in malasyia later in the year, should be there around the end of october (22nd) and will be there until the 10th of november.

    I'm desperate to get a bit of beach time in whilst im there and was wondering where would be a good bet for getting the least rain, i understand nowhere is going to be paticularly great.

    I'm flexible as to where but visited Phi Phi, Samui & Phangan last year.

    Thanks

    #1 Posted: 22/4/2012 - 15:26

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  • Captain_Bob

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    SW monsoon June-Oct, NE Monsoon Nov-March (approximately)
    Hardest time of year to predict: mid-Oct to mid-Nov
    Have spent time on both coasts at that time different years and it is a total toss-up.
    Wait until then and check current conditions, or just accept it'll probably be mixed sun and thundershowers.

    #3 Posted: 23/4/2012 - 10:30

  • Parky

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    Thanks guys, think i'll play it by ear.

    #4 Posted: 25/4/2012 - 04:52

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