When To Travel To China Planning When You Might Want To Visit China

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Many visitors choose to visit certain countries based on whether they like the weather conditions in
that country at a specific time of year. This gives rise to some seasons with high visitor demand, with
the rest of the seasons witness considerably less visitors. China, though, is certainly not one of them.

Chinas many provinces and regions have a multitude of different experiences to offer their visitors no
matter when they plan to make their visit. This is facilitated by the drastically different weather
conditions and climates among these regions. To get the most out of your preferred vacation
experience in China, it is wise to plan which is the best time for you to travel to China, especially in
relation to the traits of the specific region or city of your visit.

Some information on the general and specific climates and weather conditions in China

 China is usually popular with visitors during the seasons of spring, summer and autumn. Generally
speaking, the spring and autumn have clearer skies and pleasant temperatures which usually range
between 10-22C. You may still want to put on a windbreaker or slightly thicker clothing to protect
against unexpected weather conditions.

For the summers, you may want to bring along a raincoat or umbrella as you can expect high
temperatures and heavy rainfall. If you plan to visit China during the winter, especially in the north,
you have to adequately prepare yourself for extremely low temperatures.

The temperatures usually get more extreme the further away from the coastal areas you are. The
best way to be prepared is to keep abreast of the latest news pertaining to the weather in your
chosen destination.

 If you are visiting northern China, including Beijing, do take note that the region experiences freezing
winters from December to March, while warm temperatures prevail for six months towards the middle
of the year. Dust storms may occasionally be experienced in spring or summer, hence do take
sufficient precautions.

 If your travels take you to central China such as Shanghai, Chongqing and Wuhan, do be prepared
for high summer temperatures, and short and bleak winters. You may also want to prepare yourself
for the high levels of precipitation experienced by this region around the year.

 If you hail from a region with a tropical climate, you will find the weather conditions in subtropical
Southern China to be close to what you are used to. In places such as Hainan Island and
Guangzhou, you will experience scorching summers with high humidity. The winters, however, are
short with relatively mild temperatures, although you will experience lower temperatures if you are at
an inland location.
Taking into account the number of visitors

 While planning your China trip, you may also like to take into account the number of visitors who will
throng the attractions which you will visit. As mentioned earlier, spring through autumn is a popular
season for China travel, hence you can expect larger crowds during this period.

Of particular note are the Golden Weeks, which generally see a huge rise in local tourists. They take
place during the Lunar New Year festival in spring and the week following 1 October, which is
National Day, respectively.

 If you have made up your mind to travel during the off-peak winter season, I suggest that you can
consider participating in some of the most breathtaking winter festivals. Of special mention is the
Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. Here you can expect to see only the finest
carvings of ice and snow sculptures, as well as multiple exciting winter sports to engage in.

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