Check In

Check Out



Surviving Thailand Humidity: How to beat the heat

The Haven Krabi-Aonang

Thailand is one of the top destinations for many travelers around the globe, it offers a wide range of attractions; spicy street food, stunning views of scenery, and... humid hot weather?

Okay, the weather thing itself is not one of the attraction, And it can be challenging for many Westerner who visits here. So today, we will provide you some tips about how to beat the high humidity in Thailand, and stay cool and refreshed while traveling.

First thing First, nothing could beat the icy cold breeze from the AC in a hot summer. It’s your best friend to cool you down while staying indoors. Trust me; many Thai people rely on the AC to avoid the heat as their first choice.

With the humidity weather in Thailand that is quite scorching hot and makes you dry, preparing plenty of water to drink is very important to you when traveling in Thailand, to avoid heatstroke and dehydration.

a lot of Thai foods have salt as an ingredient, which can help replenish electrolytes lost through sweating in high temperatures. If you have time don’t forget to savor a few Thai foods as a way to cope with the hot weather.

Get yourself a nice hat! – a good, pretty hat not only shows how fashionable you are, but it can be more functional in Thailand by reducing the heat on your forehead and lowering the risk of sunstroke.

Wearable fans are one of the newest ways to cope with the heat and can be easily purchased online.

If you prefer a more traditional Thai way, A folding fan can easily be purchased at a convenience store for a cheap price. While it may seem old-fashioned, many Thai people still rely on this method to combat the heat.

Wear Cotton or Linen – wearing loose-fitting clothes made with natural fabrics could help you be more comfortable while traveling in Thailand, and don’t forget to apply sunscreen to have more protection for your skin from UV light on a hot day

If you plan to exercise, avoid doing it at midday since that time is the hottest part of the day in Thailand. Exercising in the morning or evening at sunset is a better choice.

Looking for a place to stay in Krabi? Visit our website and get 10% - 50% discount deals! To enjoy a luxurious stay at an affordable price! - ‘The Haven Krabi Pool Villa’