Patong is both too crowded and too sheltered to kite from, there are beaches 15 min North or South of it that you can kite if there is wind, but you can't count on the wind, you just have to get lucky.kinchencool wrote:Hey guys, im going to patong beach in November.
Any chance i can get winf there?
Very difficult to say. Still rainy season and no wind. Look at the weather forecast, not wind forecast, before going. If it's NE wind no rain and colder nights, around 20 degrees, it's very likely that the thermal will kick in. Can be around 15-20 knots on a good day.Dag88 wrote:I'm heading to pattaya Nov 11th anyone know how it is there I'm thinking of take my gear
eran m wrote:Hello
what are the chances for wind(<15 k) at september?how much?(knots)
i'm going to be at:phangan,samui,phi phi..
i made some research & understand that the chances for good wind(<15 k) are not so good..
bring the full gear anyway?(my biggest kite - 9 m ..)
i understand that at phangan,samui i can rent gear(kba),so maybe it's worth to bring just the kite+harnnes & rent board(or anyway 9 m will be not enough)?
thanks for any help!
o.k , i was a thailandt:phangan,samui,phi phi,between 5-21 september :eran m wrote:thanks!
i'm not going there especially to kite..
i won't bring my gear,i know kite rental is a little pricey , just in case that the wind will surprise one day...
Definitely Nai Yang. Even more so if you're into wave riding. There is also flat water in the lagoon North of the bay. If the wind is turning too much South, it gets gusty, then head for Nai Harn.matt_81a wrote:Is there anybody familiar with Thai kitesurfing spots?
I was wondering where the wind is better in Thailand in September/begin of October?
Phuket Nai Yang Beach
Rayong - Laem Son
According to windguru's last years data, it seems that it is Phuket ?
Thanks for your input.
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