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Weather Articles of Koh Phangan

Weather, travel guides, Koh Phangan

Other parts of the world have long stretches of cold, dark dreary months, but on Koh Phangan it is always warm, and the sun is never gone for long. The temperature generally stays between 24 and 31 Celsius no matter where on the island you go.

Koh Phangan Weather Radar

Real time Koh Phangan weather radar images showing current weather activity on and around the island. It's ideal for planning a day at the beach or a morning of golf. Cloud formations are coloured depending on how much rain they contain. Green indicates a light to mid shower but anything yellow and above will be a significant amount of rain.

Because it is animated in real time you don't see into the future but you can see clouds or storms as they travel Koh Phangan from 120km away in all directions. You can see the size and the speed the clouds are moving and plan accordingly. Simple.

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Best time of year to go to Koh Phangan

Last Updated: 30 Apr 2008

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Koh Phangan travel climate

Last Updated: 30 Apr 2008

The Koh Phangan climate in southern Thailand is easy to enjoy year-round. The temperature stays fairly constant all through the changing months. The Koh Phangan climate in Thailand has two seasons: wet and dry.... read more.

Weather in Koh Phangan

Last Updated: 29 Feb 2008

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