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Thailand FAQ: 10 Things To Know Before Visiting!

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Travelling in Thailand anytime soon? Here are the common Thailand FAQs: 10 questions before travelling to Thailand.

What’s the weather like in Thailand?

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Thailand has three seasons: hot, cool, and wet. However, it’s a little blurry exactly when one season ends and another starts. The hot season, generally regarded as summer, is from March to June. It’s typically humid during these months, and the temperature can rise to 48C during the daytime and fall to 27C at night. The wet season is from July to November, and it’s characterized by sudden downpours and flooding. During the wet season, the temperature can go up to 32C in the day and down to 16C at night. On the other hand, the cool season runs from November to February. These months are dry, with almost no rainfall, and the temperature can drop to 12C at night.

When is the best time to visit Thailand?

The best time to visit Thailand is during the hot and cool seasons. They are also the busiest seasons, so you can expect crowds and higher costs, especially at the beaches.

Do Thais speak English?

While Thai is the official language, English is commonly spoken in urban areas. Thais are required to study English up to a certain level in school. The situation is different when you go to the rural areas, though. Different provinces have different dialects, and not everyone speaks English.

What do I need to do if I lost my passport in Thailand?

This is the most important things to know about Thailand. If you lose your passport and other travel documents, you need to go to the nearest police station and report your loss. You’ll be issued a copy of your FIR report, which you need to bring to your country’s embassy to get a new passport.

Is there a dress code in Thailand?

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It’s important to dress neatly and smartly in Thailand. It’s especially recommended that you wear a decent skirt or long pants when entering a temple. Thais look down on skimpy clothing, so keep your short shorts, revealing dresses, tank tops and swimsuits for wearing to the beach.

How do Thais greet each other?

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Thais avoid touching other people, so they don’t handshake. Instead, they perform the wai. The wai is a gesture in which the person brings their hands to their chest with their palms pressed together and the tips of the fingers pointed to the face. Thais bring their wai higher toward their face when greeting elders, monks, dignitaries or other people in authority.

Do I need to bring an adapter for my gadgets?

In Thailand, the voltage used is 220V at 50 cycles. Most plugs are two-pronged, without the third grounding prong, except in the newer buildings.

What’s the currency used in Thailand?

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Baht is the official currency of Thailand. It’s in available in 25-satang, 50-satang, 1-baht, 2-baht, 5-baht, and 10-baht coins, as well as banknotes in 20, 50, 100, 500 and 100 baht denominations.

What numbers should I call in case of emergency in Thailand?

Another thing to know about Thailand is their authorities number. In case you need help in Thailand, these are the numbers you should call: 1155 for the Tourist Police, 1672 for the Tourism Authority of Thailand Call Center, 191 for Central Emergency, and 195 for Crime Suppression.

Should I leave a tip?

This is an important thing to know about Thailand. Giving a 20-baht tip to your bellhop or porter at the hotel is considered customary in Thailand. You can give a 20-baht tip to your taxi driver or tuk-tuk driver if they were exceptionally friendly or helpful, but it’s not necessary. Most restaurants already pad your bill with a 10% service charge, but you can leave a 10% tip for your server. It’s really up to you whether or not to tip as it’s generally not expected. But what you should never do is leave a 1-baht tip, as it is considered insulting.

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