When is the best right time to visit Pattaya?

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You are planning a trip to Pattaya to experience all the tropical pleasures it offers but want to get the timing right.

  • You are concerned that the weather will be terrible – raining 24/7 – too hot – or no girls in town.
  • You’ve done all the research you can – you don’t want to get ripped off.
  • You’ve got a hotel decided on that won’t charge you ridiculous fees when you bring a girl back to your room.
  • You’ve got transport sorted from the airport.
  • You’ve got all your bases covered because this trip means so much to you.
  • You know it’s going to change your life.
  • You’ve heard all the stories – you know you don’t want to miss out on this great life experience anymore.

You would come to Pattaya this minute but you’re stuck at work….

But if you did get on plane to Thailand right now would it be good timing?

I’m going to give all the info you need, so you can make an informed decision and get the best value for your time while in Thailand.

Pattaya is warm all year round, but if you venture to different parts of Thailand as some gents do with their new girlfriends and you will find some real seasonal weather. Like up north in Isaan it gets very cold during Xmas and New Year, jacket weather cold. Chiang Mai too.

The freshest time on the calendar in Pattaya is Xmas and New Year too – this is also classified as high season. Although you won’t need a jacket and summer clothes are all you will need, it is when the city is at its busiest. If the thought of a typical high season in a resort town
is your idea of hell… Come in March, the weather is substantially warmer but less people around. The sun is strong in March and you’ll get tanned in minutes.

But, Pattaya really must be enjoyed at night…

Nights are when it all happens and although the nights are cooler they are still very warm. Temps range from 25-32 degrees C and humidity at 80% during March. There are always plenty of sexy girls around too. During April things heat up but not just the weather.

Songkran is Thailand’s New Year (held during April) and celebrations run for many days leading up to, during and after. It involves water being splashed around and water pistol fights – it’s a great deal of fun for some – for others its a great opportunity to enjoy the hotel with your new girlfriend.

Because Pattaya is built for international tourists pleasure all the major global celebrations take place just as they would in their country of origin. From Chinese New Year to Sant Patrick’s Day it all happens in Pattaya.

June, July, August, September & October are hot, horny and sometimes very wet. This is when we will see rain at times, and it’s heavy. But the good thing is it’s usually during the day and clears by late evening. In the event that it does rain day and night, there are plenty of very enjoyable indoor activities – we have got you covered on that one, we won’t let you down.

One thing to keep in mind is the Bucha public holidays.

There are a few throughout the year and it does mean no alcohol and the bars are usually closed. During this time at Windmill Club we will close the bar at midnight and reopen the bar at midnight the following day – so you can still get naughty.

November Thailand celebrates it’s own Valentines Day (they celebrate it on Feb 14 also) it’s called Loy Krathong.

Although the month is always November the actual day changes from year to year. This is a great time to get to the beach early evening and let go of a sky lantern or decorated sea float and make a wish – it’s a great spectacle. November is also when the weather really cools down and Pattaya starts to ramp up in visitor numbers.

To be honest each time of the year offers its own unique benefits and my recommendation is come when you can. When it best fits your schedule and budget back home. Because one thing is for sure and anyone will tell you that your first time to Pattaya will not be your last.

See you at the club

WM