Thailand’s North and Northeast Feeling A Bit Chilly!
Temperatures are continuing to drop in the upper parts of the country as winter progresses in Thailand.
In Chiang Mai province, people are flocking to the top of Doi Inthanon where temperatures have plunged to as low as 5 degrees Celsius.
The trees and grass in the region may well be covered in frost soon if the temperatures continue to drop, which will no doubt make for some beautiful photographs of this area that Thai people, in particular, love and often photograph extensively, reported Thai News Bureau.
Temperatures recorded at Kew Mae Pan View Point and in the municipality this morning were just 6 and 18.3 degrees Celsius, respectively.
In Nong Khai, the average temperature is 20.5 degrees Celsius. Every morning, people have been gathering at various public places to join in group exercise to keep themselves warm.
Bangkok is also enjoying slightly cooled temperatures of around 30 degrees Celsius today, but that temperature is expected to drop as low as 15 degrees as the winter progresses.
That low mark should come sometime between the end of December and the end of January so if you’ve got a visit to Thailand planned in the next few months you might want to pack a few jumpers - especially if you plan to visit the North or North East!