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Northeastern Thailand


Northeastern Thailand experiences a three-season monsoonal climate, with a relatively cool dry season from November to late February, followed by a hot dry season from March to May (when temperatures can climb to over 40°C) and then a hot rainy season from June to October. The Loei Province experiences the most extreme climactic conditions, with both the hottest temperatures and the coldest – it’s one of the few places in Thailand where temperatures dip below zero.