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1. Posted by jen10 (Budding Member, 42 posts) 3 May '14 11:38

Thinking about traveling asia from sept til dec. No plans at all but would like to visit india china and all the usual touristy places in thailand. Anybody else have same idea let me know :-)

2. Posted by Cyberia (Travel Guru, 1740 posts) 4 May '14 03:51

September and October and sometimes into early November can have some very wet days each week. Best time to go is early December and you can be in sunshine or on the beach day after day when they are all freezing back home.

3. Posted by RLightning (Budding Member, 8 posts) 8 May '14 21:39

Consider your health first don't go to really adourous places or polluted ones.

4. Posted by lady_tramp (Budding Member, 3 posts) 9 May '14 02:08

And you should drink only bottled water

have a nice trip!

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6. Posted by HazelxR (Budding Member, 5 posts) 27 May '14 18:48

I'm planning on being in Thailand and other places in SE Asia November > February. I'm not sure of dates so our plans might not crossover, but it's a possibility! I've done so much reading on places to visit in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, and I'm so excited! Do you want to add me on Facebook? My name is Hazel June Ramage! x

7. Posted by JosieH (Budding Member, 5 posts) 27 May '14 23:50

September and October are rainy season in Thailand, it could be very wet and not a favorable time for outdoor activities (I went to Thailand last October, and it rained a lot and heavily sometimes) ,not sure about in India. Yet you can visit China in September when it is Autumn, and the weather would be nice, cool and sunny and beautiful skies. Then in November and December, when it is winter in China, you can visit Thailand and India where are much warmer. Cheers!:)

8. Posted by karazyal (Travel Guru, 1297 posts) 29 May '14 08:44

Thailand.

Tourists visit Thailand every month of the year. This also includes the "rainy season" and the "hot season" too. One benefit of traveling during the off season is cheaper hotel prices and fewer tourists getting in your way. More hotel vacancies you can get with a walk-in. Some tourists only visit during the rainy season, this is also when plant life actually looks alive.

Depending on where you are in Thailand the rain usually stops in an hour or two. Or no rain at all for several days. Yeah, you may get some days with more rain. Most of the time the rain stops, the sun comes out, you can continue to fry your skin at beach areas. During the rainy season you may have rougher surfs at some beach areas.
http://www.guidetothailand.com/thailand-travel-information/weather.php


"......traveling asia from sept til dec. No plans at all but would like to visit india china and all the usual touristy places in thailand."

Research your visa reauirements for each country. Know how to handle your spending money safely without making yourself a target for a thief. Don't travel with a single credit or debit card for your spending money. That single card could be stolen or damaged.

Have a good time.

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10. Posted by Silverleaf (Budding Member, 2 posts) 5 Jun '14 15:41

I'd be up for going to Thailand in September , I've stayed a month there 2 years ago and would love to go again :)