Hua Hin is located in the south-central part of Thailand , on the shores of the Gulf of Thailand. As a result, Hua Hin has three distinct seasons. Thais call them “cool, dry “, ” hot ” and ” rainy season “. However, after living here for awhile, you will most likely think of them as ” hot “, ” even hotter ” and ” hot and rainy!” But with all this, Hua Hin is the city with the lowest average precipitation measurement in the country.
Dry season- “Cool, Dry”.
The dry seasons is from around November to February. At this time of year, the nights are cool, around 20 degrees celcius, and the average daytime temperature is around 29 degrees Celsius. The tides are high, and the wind tends to pick up in the afternoon, but there is rarely any rain. This time of year is also known as the ‘high season,’ as most tourists tend to come this time of the year, becasue the weather is so nice.
The “hot” season lasts from around March to June. The temperature can easily rise above 35 degrees celcius, and the average temperature is around 30 degrees. The nights are hot and humid, with the tides not as high as the dry season, but a slight wind tends to pick up in the afternoon.
This season lasts from around July to October. Hua Hin does not suffer from the same degree of monsoon rains that go to the north and south of the country, but it’s still significantly rainy as compared to most of Europe. The average temperature is around 28 degrees Celsius, and the evenings are slightly cooler than in the hot season. The morning can be overcast, but can in an hour or two, become bright with sunshine, hot and humid. The tides are low, and the sea and wind are normally calm.
The geographical location of Hua Hin protects it from major flooding and tsunamis.