Hong Kong’s and its Seasons

Hong Kong has a subtropical climate. The only predictable weather events that could have a significant impact on your travel plans are typhoons and the typhoon season usually starts in the month of May and generally ends in mid November.

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Spring (March – April)

Spring starts in March and ends in April. During the day the climate can be warm and humid but usually cools down during the evening.

What to pack: long sleeve shirts or a light jacket for the evenings and also an umbrella or light rainwear for the occasional spring drizzle.

Summer (June – August)

The Hong Kong summer is generally hot,  humid and sunny with occasional rain and thunderstorms. The temperature can exceed 31°C but high humidity levels can make it feel even hotter.

What to pack: Wear light and breathable clothing but it is advisable to keep something to keep you warm because most places are usually air conditioned.

Remember to bring an umbrella or light rain gear as there may be monsoons in the summer. You might also bring your swimming gear as summer is the perfect time to enjoy Hong Kong’s beaches and water sports.

Autumn (September – November)

There are pleasant breezes, sunshine and the temperature is comfortable. Autumn is considered to be the best time of the year to visit Hong Kong.

What to pack: Dress in breathable clothing, but also prepare warmer clothing such as jackets for cooler mornings and evenings.

Autumn is the hiking season in Hong Kong, so don’t forget to bring a good pair of walking shoes.

Winter (December – February)

Winter in Hong Kong is usually cool, dry and cloudy with occasional cold fronts. The temperature can drop below 10°C in urban areas.

What to pack: Pack warm garments such as wool sweaters and coats. Bring along a few pieces of thermal wear for extra layers if needed.

There’s generally no need to worry about dress codes unless you are planning to visit some specific restaurants and bars in the city.

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