Visiting Thailand in June has its pros and cons. Thailand has three seasons; hot, cool and rainy. June is the beginning of the rainy season whereas November through February is the sublimely ideal cool season. Because June is not the high season, you can enjoy cheaper prices and less crowds. Do expect it to rain at least half the time. However, when you are on a romantic adventure, spending time inside when it rains may be fun. Also, when it rains, it is the perfect opportunity to enjoy my favorite indoor activity; the spa treatment. Thailand is filled with a large diversity of cheap and enjoyable spa treatments.
We spent our Honeymoon in Thailand in June. Since it was our honeymoon, we took our time to linger at each location rather than embark on a whirl wind tour. We divided our time between Bangkok, Phuket and Koh Samui. We spent three days in Bangkok, eight days in Phuket and eight days in Koh Samui. We took small planes to each destination.
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