When December arrives, it is the mean cold season, and the average temperature in Thailand is the lowest of the year, especially on the tops of the mountains. Some locations experience sub-zero temperatures, becoming a popular attraction for adventurous travelers looking to brave the icy breeze. Also, both shores of Andaman and the Gulf of Thailand are filled with many beautiful attractions for everyone. The signal of the transition of time to the New Year is the thunderous sound of celebratory fireworks across the country.
Cold weather perfect for visiting:
December and its cold weather are perfect for visiting the colorful flower fields of Amazing Cosmos & Sunflower Farm and Pumpkin Patch at Jim Thompson’s Farm, Nakhon Ratchasima, Gateway to the Northeast.
Then, continue your journey to Wang Nam Khiao, as Northeastern Switzerland is called, with fresh air and the Krating (Indian bison) viewpoint. Now let’s get to the tip of the Northeast. At Loei, we can see Phu Pa Po, which is called Mt. Fuji in Thailand, or another viewpoint at Phu Kradueng, which offers a fantastic view of nature. The activity that tourists can participate in is Phu Ruea Christmas Tree Festival, and it is fun to take photos of the bright red color of Christmas Eve is going.
Compared to other provinces, Chiang Mai is very popular with Thai and foreign tourists, especially in December, the high season. There are many activities at the top of the mountains. Available for visitors. In Doi Ang Khang, an actual project studies the fruits and plants of temperate climates, and when the temperature is relatively low, you can see frosts. Another mountain is San Pa Kia, Doi Mae Taman, a good place for camping. It also has one of the most beautiful views in Thailand.
From the mountain’s point of view, You can see the gigantic and picturesque Doi Luang Chiang Dao. The activity that takes place in this cold season is “Cold Season at Mueang Kaen Festival,” where tourists can take photos of more than 3,000,000 Kham Phae Lae flowers and Cosmos flowers, see some cultural performances and learn how to cook traditional local food in a giant pan, shop for local groceries and processed goods. The highlight is photographing a flock of sheep.
Yun lai Viewpoint:
Continue to the next point in Mae Hong Son, where you will arrive at Yun Lai Viewpoint, the best place to watch the most beautiful sunrise in Pai. Let’s try a new romantic experience in Pang Ung, a vast reservoir at the top of the high mountain with a beautiful image of the sun’s reflection in the ripples of the water mixed with a light mist. And that is why this place is called the “Switzerland of Thailand.” A place that is so sweet and touching. , it is undoubtedly Ban Rak Thai Village amidst a mountainous environment, a sea of mist, and blooming flowers. Sitting down and having a cup of hot tea in the morning is a pleasant experience.
On the other side lies the Gulf of Thailand. Coast, which is also extraordinary, whether Ko Mak, Ko Kut, Ko Kradat, Ko Chang in Trat, Ko Talu, Ko Samet, Ko Man Nok in Rayong, Rajjaprabha Dam in Surat Thani (Guilin of Thailand) are all as beautiful as the attractions of the Andaman coast. It is still not complete if
Christmas Festival and Countdown Festival are not mentioned here because these festivals are held magnificently in many provinces, like the Christmas Star procession in Ban Ta Rae, one of the largest Roman Catholic communities in Thailand. Even in Bangkok, a city that never sleeps, you can see Christmas trees decorated with colored lights in many places. The Countdown Festival takes place on the last day of the year, and there are many activities such as selling local products and food, live concerts by well-known singers ending with the New Year countdown and spectacular fireworks.
Many of you have already planned where to go and what activities you want to experience in December, the last month of the year. December is also the month when you can travel all over Thailand. Let’s brave the cold breeze, say goodbye to the old year, and enjoy the new.