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EVERYTHING ABOUT TRAVELLING THAILAND IN NOVEMBER
In Thailand, November is the peak month when the weather is favorable because there are many festivals, events, and famous tourist destinations. In the article below, let's refer to the experience of traveling to Thailand in November to plan in detail your itinerary.
1./ Weather in Thailand in November:Thailand's climate is divided into two distinct seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. In particular, the rainy season starts from May to October, the weather is quite hot; In the dry season from November to April, the weather has little rain and is relatively cool with many major festivals held in Thailand.The experience of traveling to Thailand in November that many people share is that the weather in the North will be cooler, the temperature is about 24 degrees Celsius, making your trip more comfortable and enjoyable. The temperature at night is low and the weather is chilly, so remember to bring a windbreaker or long shirt 2./ Thailand tourist destinations in November: Grand Palace: Grand Palace is also known as the Royal Palace of Thailand - a place that attracts tourists by its unique and lavish architecture. This is also where royal members live and work.
Chao Phraya River: The most famous river in Thailand cannot fail to mention the Chao Phraya River along with many attractions along this river. When you come here, you have the opportunity to row a boat to admire the beauty of this city.
Koh Larn Koh Larn, also known as San Ho island, located in the waters of Pattaya, is a favorite destination of tourists, because of its majestic and unspoiled natural landscape.
3./ Festivals and events in Thailand in November: Yi Peng Sky Lantern Festival: This festival takes place in Chiang Mai, this is an opportunity for people to light and release lanterns into the sky, creating an impressive scene and attracting many visitors to Thailand on this occasion.
Loy Krathong Lantern Festival: The Lantern Festival takes place the largest in Bangkok, Sukhothai and Chiang Mai, during this time, people will drop lanterns into rivers and lakes to send their wish to drive away misfortune and bad luck.
Monkey buffet festival: Don't miss the monkey buffet festival on the weekend of November. At this time, people hold a buffet festival for thousands of monkeys with the prayer that the monkey god will bring good things to the people here.
Surin Elephant Festival: This is a festival held on the third weekend of November in Surin, where elephants parade and eat food. The purpose of the festival is to honor elephants because they are extremely important to the Surin people.
4./ Specialty foods that do not need to be introduced that everyone knows in Thailand: Fried bananas: Many tourists share, a popular snack in Thailand is fried banana. This dish is simply prepared, bananas are cut into long pieces and soaked with coconut milk, sugar, salt, flour and dried coconut and fried until golden. In recent years, Thai-style fried bananas are very popular with Vietnamese people, it is not difficult to see carts full of fried bananas on the street. If eating in Thailand, this dish will taste right and be a very different experience.
Grilled skewers: There are many stalls selling grilled skewers on the streets. Here, grilled skewers look very similar to grilled dishes in Vietnam but are much more diverse and richer. Some grilled dishes can be mentioned such as: sausages, pork, vegetables, animal organs. In particular, Thai grilled meat skewers tend to be mildly spicy or spicy, not sweet and easy to eat like in Vietnam. However, this is also a very typical flavor of the Golden Pagoda country, those of you who are "good at spicy" will definitely love it.
Thai hot pot: This dish is popular and loved by many Vietnamese people, so you should not miss the opportunity to enjoy Thai hot pot when you come to Thailand. The broth of Thai hot pot is made from typical Thai spices and has an extremely delicious flavor. There is nothing better than eating Thai hot pot in the winter when the whole family gathers around the steaming hot pot.
Pat Thai: The dish that tourists should not miss in Thailand is Pat Thai, simply prepared including: fried noodles mixed with eggs, peanuts, dried shrimp, tofu, tamarind sauce, beans served with shrimp and squid.
Longing Soi: It will be a pity if you do not enjoy Khao Soi dish made from uniquely processed noodles, deep-fried and served with curry, beef, and chicken. Known as an extremely rustic dish among local people. You can enjoy daily dishes at sidewalk stalls and luxury restaurants.
We hope that you will have more useful information to experience a memorable Thailand trip. Sưu tầm