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General Information about Thailand
Thailand is a warm and rather humid country situated across three climate zones. Its by far largest part with the North, North-east and Central Plain lies in the savannah climate zone with moderate rainfall and long dry periods. Its lower south-eastern part and almost the entire northern peninsula between Hua Hin and Satun, except for a stretch of its east coast from Nakhon Si Thammarat southward to Narathiwat, fall into the seasonal rainforest climate zone with frequent convection rainfall and short dry periods. The said stretch alongside the peninsular east coast belongs to the tropical rainforest climate zone with steady convection rainfall throughout the year. The winds that bear on the climate are the summer monsoon from the south-west across the Indian Ocean, during May through October, resulting in a pronounced rainy season, and the winter monsoon from the north-north-east during November through May, commonly called the dry season. Countrywide averaged temperatures range between a minimum of 23.7°C and maximum of 37.5°C.
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