Obama is expected to land in Bangkok on November 18 and meet with Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra though details have not been finalised, according to a report by The Nation.
The Thai PM congratulated Obama on his re-election just hours after he was declared the winner on Wednesday.
The visit is part of the Obama administration’s policy of increasing their presence in Asia while China’s influence grows around the globe.
Wen, who will also visit Phnom Penh before Bangkok, is expected to arrive in Thailand on November 20. A once-a-decade Chinese leadership change will take place at the end of November.