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Ko Tao and Ko Samui

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Ko Tao and Ko Samui

Hi!

I am planning my honeymoon for January? Is it the rainy season on this side of Thailand in January? Thanks!

Sara

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1. Re: Ko Tao and Ko Samui

January is the end of rainy season on the east coast and weather 'usually' starts to get better, but it can still be changeable.

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2. Re: Ko Tao and Ko Samui

Hi

It's the tails end of rainy season so the weather might be bit patchy for you. West coast the weather will be best perhaps koh Lanta, krabi or Khao lak.

Good luck

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3. Re: Ko Tao and Ko Samui

no, normally the rainy season has finished by then, January is a very busy month on Koh Tao, make sure you book travel & accommodation early, Johnny

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4. Re: Ko Tao and Ko Samui

come in second week or mid January might be fine.

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5. Re: Ko Tao and Ko Samui

Jan is usually ok weather wise - it can be a bit changeable but on the whole it fine.

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