World Resorts Thailand

Thailand Sea Water Temperature

The Thailand resorts with the warmest sea water temperature at this moment are Hat Yai, Hua Hin and Samet.

Below you can see a list of all popular Thailand resorts and information about current sea water temperature and averages for current and next months.

Resort Name Current
Sea Water Temperature
September 2016 October 2016
Hat Yai 91.0°F 89.5°F 88.8°F
Hua Hin 91.0°F 88.7°F 88.5°F
Samet 90.8°F 88.1°F 88.3°F
Lamai Beach 90.6°F 88.3°F 87.2°F
Rayong 90.6°F 88.3°F 88.4°F
Bangkok 90.6°F 89.0°F 88.7°F
Chaweng Beach 90.6°F 88.3°F 87.1°F
Choeng Mon Beach 90.4°F 88.3°F 87.1°F
Taling Ngam Beach 90.4°F 88.1°F 87.0°F
Bo Phut Beach 90.4°F 88.2°F 87.0°F
Mae Nam Beach 90.4°F 88.2°F 87.0°F
Samui 90.4°F 88.2°F 87.1°F
Jomtien 90.2°F 88.6°F 88.6°F
Pattaya 90.2°F 88.7°F 88.5°F
Narathiwat 90.2°F 88.9°F 88.1°F
Ko Phangan 90.2°F 88.1°F 86.9°F
Koh Chang 90.2°F 87.3°F 88.0°F
Koh Lan 90.2°F 88.7°F 88.7°F
Phangan 90.2°F 88.1°F 86.9°F
Pattani 90.2°F 88.6°F 88.0°F
Ko Li Pe 90.0°F 88.2°F 87.2°F
Krabi 90.0°F 87.4°F 87.0°F
Trat 90.0°F 87.3°F 87.9°F
Prachuap Khiri Khan 90.0°F 87.7°F 87.8°F
Phi Phi 89.8°F 87.4°F 86.9°F
Ko Mak 89.8°F 87.0°F 87.7°F
Ko Wai 89.8°F 87.2°F 87.8°F
Koh Lanta 89.8°F 87.3°F 87.2°F
Phuket 89.6°F 86.9°F 86.4°F
Mai Khao Beach 89.6°F 86.8°F 86.2°F
Nai Yang Beach 89.6°F 86.9°F 86.2°F
Chumphon 89.6°F 87.4°F 86.7°F
Cape Panwa 89.6°F 87.1°F 86.6°F
Tao 89.6°F 87.9°F 86.8°F
Karon Beach 89.4°F 87.0°F 86.4°F
Kata Beach 89.4°F 87.0°F 86.4°F
Koh Kood 89.4°F 86.9°F 87.5°F
Surin Beach 89.4°F 86.9°F 86.2°F
Bang Tao Beach 89.4°F 86.9°F 86.2°F
Kalim Beach 89.4°F 86.9°F 86.3°F
Patong Beach 89.4°F 86.9°F 86.3°F
Surat Thani 89.4°F 87.5°F 86.7°F
Kamala Beach 89.4°F 86.9°F 86.2°F
Nai Harn Beach 89.4°F 87.1°F 86.5°F
Rawai Beach 89.4°F 87.1°F 86.5°F
Khao Lak 88.6°F 86.5°F 86.0°F
Similan 87.8°F 86.6°F 85.9°F

Please see following sea water temperature averages charts for the warmest Thailand resorts for more details.

You can also get the same information for the every other month of the year when the average sea water temperature is greater then 70°F.