By Andrew Thompson
Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is a city known for its busy streets, intricate shrines, diverse street food and inimitable nightlife. There are many famous things to do in Bangkok throughout the year, and if you’re researching what to do in Bangkok, you’ll likely have heard of the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, or the river Was Arun Ratchawararam. But the months of spring additional opportunities to explore over and above these traditional Bangkok tourist attractions.
Bangkok weather in spring is also the best of the year. Although temperatures are persistently high throughout the year, early spring is still tolerable and has significantly fewer rainy days than the wet summer months. March can have as few as two days of rain, but this increases steadily as you reach May, which has an average of 14 rainy days. Still, compared to the months that follow, this is certainly manageable, and even if you encounter some rain you will still be able to tick off most of the best things to do in Bangkok.