Like many other island nations that sit close to the equator, Phuket features a tropical monsoon climate. That means that the year is divided into the dry and wet seasons, with the former running from December to March, and the latter covering the remaining eight months.
Also, since the enchanting island is so close to the equator, the average temperature is pretty high and comes to around 32°C. The annual low, on the other hand, is 25°C, which is still pretty warm, so make sure to pack lots of sunscreen!
If you decide to visit the Club Med Phuket resort during the dry season, you should still expect occasional rainfall. But no matter when you end up going, we’re certain you’re going to fall in love with the magical Thai island just as we did.