The second half of July saw some glorious weather in Khao Lak. There were of course a few scattered showers and one or two rainy days but all in all nowhere near the predicted rainfall for the month.
As we headed into the second half of July there was a flurry of activity on various social media sites warning of a huge storm that would hit most of southern Thailand. We were warned to batten down the hatches and prepare for the worst in Khao Lak. Apart from a few scattered rain showers in the mornings the weather remained dry with plenty of sunny spells in the afternoons, the big storm deciding to stay clear of Phang Nga Province.
Dear Friends, Supporters and Sponsors. Hope you all are doing well wherever you are. Here is the latest information on our Ride-4-Kids Organization and our recent activities. Time flies and we are now in the middle of Rainy Season, some people call it Green Season, but Bikers call it Monsoon…lol
‘Tis the season for Rambutan, one of the natural and healthy delights of the Southern Thailand rainy season. The ripe clusters of red, spiky ovals bow the branches of a 10 -30 meter high evergreen tree, nephelium lappacaeum. Exotic to those of more northerly climes, this fruit is as common to tropical South-East Asia as is the apple in Europe or the N. America.
Marvel at the abundant wildlife of the mangrove forests from our modern, luxurious speedboat on the way to Koh Prathong. Enjoy unspoilt nature and witness the cultural richness of local life as you journey through scrub forest, traditional fishermen villages and the turtle nursery. Whilst on Koh Prathong you will enjoy an exciting ride on a Tak Tak Car through seldom seen scenic vistas of Thailand, the ‘Thailand’ Savannah and Melaleuca forests.
The sunny weather that marked the end of June continued well into the first week of July. Rain and storms had been forecast, but instead Khao Lak saw plenty of blue skies, white fluffy clouds and warm temperatures. Towards the middle of July Khao Lak's weather returned to it's predicable low season weather patterns. Scattered showers throughout the day and high humidity. There were plenty of dry spells too allowing people to get out and about.
Mangosteen is a tropical fruit grown in the hot, humid climates of SE Asia, namely Southern Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. The Mangosteen tree is a tropical evergreen tree which supposedly originates from the Sundra Islands and the Moluccas of Indonesian. It is also not to be missed if you are visiting Khao Lak during the rainy season.
2nd half of June saw some unpredictable weather along with a noticeable rise in humidity. June ended with a reminder of high season weather patterns.
At GBS Music Shop you will find selection of guitars, ukuleles and accessories for sale. GBS Music Shop is also a small music school, specialising in guitar and ukulele lessons as well as basic piano and keyboard lessons.
If you are a scuba diver visiting Khao Lak and have just found out that the Similan Islands are closed, don't worry, we have been doing some research and have found some alternative Thailand diving options for you. Khao Lak is ideally located on the Andaman coast for both land tours and diving trips out to sea. Situated between Phuket and Khao Sok, it is a great place to base yourself for visiting some of the best dive sites that Thailand has to offer.
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