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dress code & weather

Bangkok's weather can be classified by a tropical monsoon climate.

In July, the weather is especially hot and humid, with temperatures peaking at around 34 degrees. Dress light and stay hydrated!

July is also a rainy month, so do remember to carry an umbrella or poncho with you. 

There is no particular dress code in Bangkok, but proper dress codes should be observed when visiting places of worship (eg. temples), educational institutions and governmental offices (royal, official buildings including Chulalongkorn University). 

Examples of proper dress code:

- Covered shoes

- Long pants/trousers/skirts (covering the knee)

- T-shirts/shirts

- No shorts

- No tank tops

- No sleeveless tops

- No offensive/vulgar image or words on clothing