Hong Kong For All Seasons
The beautiful city of Hong Kong is home to innumerable attractions and sightseeing options, ranging from a magnificent metropolis to a calm countryside. During a holiday,s in Hong Kong tourists are highly impressed by the many miles of coastline, impressive harbors, and beautifully lit cityscape. Tickets and tours to Hong Kong are in demand year around, primarily amongst family vacationers, solo travelers and honeymooners. Each year tourists from every corner of the world visit Hong Kong for a great holiday. Before you start looking for Hong Kong holiday packages you need to be aware of the appropriate time to visit this magnificent city.
Hong Kong enjoys a sub-tropical climate with four distinguishable seasons making is an ideal destination all year round. During the spring season that starts from the month of March to mid May the weather is warm and humid. The temperature from the end of May to mid September is generally high, and the heat can be uncomfortable. From late September to early December is the autumn season when the temperature gradually falls and the humidity is also more tolerable. Autumn season is marked by clear sunshine and fine weather. During winter, which is from late December to February, the temperature remains quite cold and somewhat dry.
Ideally, the best time to visit Hong Kong is in the spring. It is regarded as the best time to plan for holiday in this stunning city as the climate remains moderate and tourists can roam around the city in a comfortable manner. During this time getting good deals on Hong Kong tours and flights can be difficult. Therefore, if you wish to plan for a holiday in Hong Kong during the months of March to May, plan it in advance and start looking for suitable holiday tour packages much earlier.
If you are planning to visit Hong Kong during some other time of the year rather than the peak tourist season, you can get attractive rates for Hong Kong holiday packages. If you don’t like the crowds, avoid planning a holiday in Hong Kong during the Chinese New Year, which is held in the end of January or the beginning of February. During this time, Hong Kong is in a festive mood but most of the shops are closed and the streets are often crowded. Also, the International Food Fair, held in January, attracts a huge number of tourists to the city. Budget travelers should stay away from planning a holiday during this time.
Hong Kong hotels and resorts are generally booked solid for the months of April and October due to expositions and conventions. Another time when accommodation may be hard to find is during the Christmas season, as the Christmas sales attract many visitors. Booking for tours and flights to Hong Kong must be done at least fifteen days in advance to avoid disappointment. Also, you can usually find the best rates on packages if bookings are done in advance.
So check your options and book early, then enjoy your trip to beautiful Hong Kong!