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Thursday, 5 November 2015

Koh Samui, Thailand daily weather update; 5th November, 2015

Today's weather

It's drizzling in our part of Koh Samui but it looks like other parts of the island are dry this early in the morning. It should be mostly dry for the rest of the day, let's see if the forecast can keep that promise. Current temp at 7am is 25C

In Khao Lak we have once more a cloudy sky but it's dry and currently, since I've been here, we have a partially blue sky during the afternoon, with sunny moments. Current temp at 7am is 28C

Koh Samui, Thailand daily weather update; 5th November, 2015

Chaweng beach yesterday, during a short dry spell in front of Centara Grand Beach hotel

Yesterday saw rain during most of the day around Koh Samui. Max temp reached 28C

Koh Samui, Thailand daily weather update; 5th November, 2015

Rua or boat 813 is a constant reminder of the devastating tsunami that hit Khao Lak almost 11 years ago now. It's interesting to see how the area or memorial place where the boat is located keeps changing over time.

The forecast predicts some breaks in the at times heavy cloud cover as of tomorrow with light showers here and there. Come next week Tuesday, we may expect the heavy clouds and more and steady rain to move in again.

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2 comments:

Sonoo Salman Shaikh said...

Hi. Due to an extra school holiday this weekend, I finally decided to bring my family over to beautiful Samui. It will be their first in Samui. We'll be here from 6th to 10th November.

I didn't realize about the rain, and I probably have picked the worst weather to come. To top it off I booked a really expensive resort hoping for perfect sunny beaches.

Can you advise me is it wise to rent bikes in this weather with my 9 and 10 year old kids? Would I be better off renting a SUV?

Regards,
Sonoo

Camille said...

Hi Sonoo,

Yes, it may be very wet indeed when you get here, but under any circumstance, a SUV is always better compared to a bike.n The roads are dangerous on Samui, especially on a bike, so a SUV is always preferable, and with the potential rain, even more.

There are a couple of indoor things to do, there are two movie theaters, a bowling alley or a an escape room game. All are described on my blog and there are a few more options out there.

I do hope that you will enjoy your trip nonetheless!