Phuket Weather in June
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How is the weather in Phuket in June?


Phuket weather in June sees the return of the rains as it is the start of the monsoon, locally called ‘the low season.’ In recent years, the rainy season tends to arrive late, so you might be lucky in June. Note also that the low season doesn’t mean rain every day, there are usually plenty of sunny days, and the rain tends to arrive in the evening.

Phuket Beaches in June


Phuket Weather in June


The sea condition in June

The sea can become rough or even dangerous, but you will probably still get some days quiet enough to swim. Remember that respecting the red flags is not a warning to take lightly, and your life could depend on it, no matter how good a swimmer you think you are. We recommend you book a hotel with a nice pool if swimming is part of your holiday, ideally, a hotel right by the beach is the best option: swim in the pool, relax and play on the beach.

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Things to Do in Phuket in June


All attractions, tours and day trips usually run in June. As mentioned above, avoid snorkelling from the beach if the flags are red, no matter how good a swimmer you are. There might be occasional stormy days, and speedboats to the islands may be cancelled, but it’s not frequent. Ferries to Phi Phi islands are still able to go. June is a good month for surfing in Phuket.

Baan 109 Bar and Restaurant in Phuket Town

Enjoy the beach and the sunny days as much as possible and save the cloudy days for a spa treatment in one of those fantastic spa retreats so famous in Thailand. It can be a chance to try a cooking class; it’s easier and more fun than you can imagine, or more simply explore old Phuket Town!


Phuket prices in June

The cost of hotels is clearly lower during the low season, and you can afford a luxury hotel at a great price. The price of food, tours and shopping never really changes, but you can bargain a little more in markets.

phuket night markets


Phuket Events in June


The Phuket Baba Wedding is a traditional Chinese event held every year in Old Phuket Town, celebrating the descendants of the weddings between male Chinese immigrants (Baba) and female locals (Nyonya).


Rainfalls and temperatures in June

June Weather
Average Day Temperature31.5 °C
Average Night Temperature28.3 °C
Average Sunny Days8 Days
Average Rainy Days16 Days
Average Rainfall213.3mm
Average Humidity79 %
Water Temperature29.8 °C

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FAQs about Phuket Weather in June

  1. Q. What is the average temperature in June in Phuket?

    a. In June, the average temperature in Phuket is 31.5 °C (88.7°F) during the day and 28.3 °C (82.94°F) at night.

  2. Q. How many rainy days in June?

    a. In Phuket during June, the rain falls for 16 days, with an average rainfall of 213 mm.

  3. Q. What is the sea temperature in June?

    a. In June, the average water temperature is 30°C (86°F).

  4. Q. What is the average length of a day in June in Phuket?

    a. The average length of a day in June in Phuket is 12.6h. The sunrise is around 6 am, and sunset is around 7 pm.

  5. Q. What should I pack for June weather in Phuket?

    a. Phuket is warm all year long, so pack very light as you will probably only wear t-shirts, skirts and short pants most of the days. You also can easily buy any clothing you may have forgotten at the local market. Maybe take an umbrella and a very light raincoat.


Willy Thuan
https://www.phuket101.net/
Born in France a long long time ago, I started to travel the world early and never stopped until I settled in Thailand in 1994. Then for the past 27 years, my passion for photography and my natural curiosity has taken me to every corner of Thailand, jumping frequently between Bangkok and Phuket and basically everywhere I could go. I run Phuket101.net and manage large international online travel guides.
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