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Chiang Rai, Mae Chan

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Chiang Rai, Mae Chan

Hi, im thinking to visit a love one that stays around Mae Chan, thinking of travelling during early March 2013 for 2 weeks.. im just wondering how the weather would be like have been hearing news that it will be unbearably hot and sunny, is that true? :) just want to know more.. thanks..

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1. Re: Chiang Rai, Mae Chan

It will certainly be pretty hot, and very humid. April is the hottest month so you're close to the hottest time year.

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One persons heat wave is another's cold snap.

I remember one year, leaving behind temperatures in their low forties then arriving to temperatures in the high thirties......

but we got used to it.

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3. Re: Chiang Rai, Mae Chan

It is the dry season in March and April and it is hot, but I have traveled in Chiang Rai and further north during this time frame and had a very enjoyable trip. It is certainly cooler than being in Bangkok or other more southern parts of Southeast Asia in March/April.

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