is a vast country with very wide-ranging climatic conditions, so a decision about
when to go should be based on the regions your trip will cover and what type of
weather you enjoy.
the most comfortable season is early autumn (September to early October). At that
time, temperatures are reasonable (about 50-71.6 F)throughout China. Rain falls
sometimes. In Beijing, this is the only month in the year that the really ancient
and valuable paintings in the Palace Museum are displayed as the humidity is low
and the temperature is just right.
can be delightful and the average temperatures (50- 71.6 F)are roughly the same
as that in autumn. Since the weather is unpredictable, so you should prepare clothing
both for chilly and warm weather.
(from June to the end of August) can be extremely hot with a temperature above
71.6 F, especially in the rather famous 'furnaces' of China: Wuhan, Tianjing,
Chongqing and Nanchang. It is also the time that most rain falls. So investing
in an umbrella and plastic sandals is very necessary.
course, there are often some surprises for you if you travel in 'improper' seasons.
Winter can be incredibly cold in the north, but there are also compensations.
If you want to attend the Harbin Ice Lantern Festival, winter is time for you.
decide when to take a tour, it is worth checking carefully the weather conditions
of each city on the itinerary. Of course, if you choose the most attractive season
to visit, you also choose the time when tourist spots and hotels are most stuffed.
Nevertheless, whenever you come, China is confident to offer you various charming
scenes around the country.