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Thailand during the rainy season, have you been?

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I live in the NW so rain isn't uncommon and our best bet for travel is June/July/August as kids are out of school. I realize this is the rainy season in Thailand. Our other option is April when it's really hot. Would it be a real disappointment to see Thailand in summer? Is this just a total waste of money? We were thinking of going to Koh Samui or doing some beach time and then flying to Chiang Mai. I know nothing about Thailand and am just starting to research everything but if it's a bad idea entirely to visit during the rainy season, I'll save it for another time. My biggest concern is it being too hot and humid for my kids (ages 11, 12). I understand tropical downpours but keep reading they are short and then the sun appears. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks!

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