Planning a Thailand travel itinerary can be a little difficult during the rainy season. You’ll find yourself thinking of some other things to do in Bangkok. Rainy season in Thailand can start as early as July and usually ends in October but that doesn’t mean it won’t rain on other months anymore! Let our Bangkok travel guide help you figure ways to enjoy a rainy day in beautiful Bangkok.
1. Have a Cup of Coffee
Admit it! Rainy days are best paired with a nice warm cup of coffee. Coffee lovers will have no shortage of Thailand coffee shops to choose from. But there are some coffee shops that will surprise you with its uniqueness such as the Pooltime Café. Here, you can enjoy hanging around racoons while enjoying your warm brew.
Artsy tourists can also enjoy coffee while appreciating artistic decors at Gallery Drip Coffee. Have a fascinating rainy day with a cup of coffee and still get to enjoy your Bangkok travel.
2. Try Some Thai Fruits
Rain or shine, fruits will always be present in Thailand. There are a lot of Thai fruits you can try on your vacation such as durian, mangosteen, mango, and more. Visit Bangkok fruit markets like Tor Kor Market or other fruit buffets to sample what the city has to offer.
3. Enjoy Water Activities
Photo courtesy: Bangkok Float Center
When it rains, you just enjoy the water! But we don’t mean the rainwater. There are some water activities you can enjoy in Thailand even on a rainy season. For instance, you can have a therapeutic water experience at Bangkok Float Center. Here, a 60-minute float session will you relax, rejuvenate and perhaps, even escape reality. There are many medical benefits when you step into the float pod including the reduction of blood pressure, improves circulation, relieves the pain of arthritis, and more.
4. Go for Indoor Tour / Activities
The next activity in our Bangkok travel guide list of best ways to enjoy a raining day is going for an indoor tour or activities. You can visit Bangkok attractions like museums and temples or be relaxed by going for a Thai massage. You can also sign up for some yoga or Muay Thai classes when the downpout prevents you from enjoying the outdoors.
5. Indulge in Thai Food
Travelling in Thailand the during rainy season is the perfect time to warm up with some spicy Thailand food. Head to Bangkok’s local restaurants and indulge yourself with that spicy Pad Thai noodles or that warm coconut soup you’ve always wanted to try. Don’t let the rain stop you from trying Thailand’s popular dishes.
6. Hire a private car
Avoid the hassle of going through public transportations on a rainy day in Bangkok. Taking a taxi can be convenient however it can take you a long wait when it rains and, during rush hour. Hiring a private car with a driver saves you from all these dilemmas. For that, Travel 141 International Car Rental Service will be launched soon. Subscribe to our newsletter below to get regular updates!
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