When to Schedule a Wedding in Koh Samui

For those who are renting or buying luxury villas in Koh Samui, as well as planning weddings through gosamuicatering.com and gosamuiweddings.com, will want to know when the best time of year is to schedule your weddings. There are certain times of the year when it may be more comfortable for you and your guests to take part in a wedding.

In terms of rain, if you are looking to avoid the rainy season during your wedding, the best times to have it are December to February – The dry season – And March to August – The hot season. Keep in mind that while Koh Samui is warm all year round, the hot season is the hottest time of the year, so the dry season might be the most opportune time to hold your wedding. There is little rain during this season, and temperatures are a little more manageable. However, if you feel like the heat won’t be a problem for your guests, then the hot season can work, too. If you don’t mind rain during your wedding, then September to November is the rainy season. Temperatures during this time are also a little more manageable than they are during the hot season. And the rainy season does not mean that there will be rain every day, but there may be times where it will rain for over a week before letting up.

In terms of the temperatures, during the hot season, it may approach 100 degrees outside, which could be an issue if you are having an outdoor wedding. If you schedule your wedding during the hot season, it may be a better idea to schedule it for the evening or at night, as temperatures can cool to the high 70’s or low 80’s. That’s still hot for night temperatures, of course, but at least you and your guests won’t be out in the steamy sun. The dry season is arguably the best time to schedule your wedding in terms of temperatures, as highs tend to hover around the low-to-mid 80’s. It is definitely the coolest time of the year, and would probably be the most comfortable for you and your guests. For the rainy season, high temperatures are usually around the mid 80’s and lower 90’s.