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Best Time To Visit China

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China tourism is a significant industry and a major contributor to the economy of China. It attracts millions of international tourists from all corners of the world. China has something uncommon to offer each long stretch of the year. In any case, the best time to visit China is during spring (April-May) and fall (September-October), when a large portion of the well known spots have their most the tourism friendly climate. The cultural and historical destinations like Beijing, Shanghai, and Xi'an are not really influenced by climate conditions.

Choose your China tour packages and experience exciting festivals assuring a memorable holiday. Spring is one of the best times to visit China, especially for nature lovers. Flowers bloom and temperatures are cool to warm.

Main seasons of China
- Summer: June- August 
- Autumn: September, October and November 
- Winter: December, January and February 
- Spring: March, April, and May

Top Events
- Chinese New Year 
- Beijing Mid-Autumn Festival 
- Dragon Boat Festival 
- Red leaf festival at Fragrant Hill 
- 798 Art festival

January is considI/ered as the coldest month in China. Most parts of China experience severe winter weather except some locations in South China, like Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Macau, and Hainan Island. These places usually never get cold and are relaxed winter escapes for people from colder latitudes. If you wish to explore China in January you will witness snow falls in North China (Harbin, Beijing, Tianjin), and it might feel even colder still in Central China because of the high humidity level.

Events in January
Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year, also termed as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, and it is the grandest festival in China, with a 7-day long holiday. As the most vivid yearly events, the customary CNY traditional CNY endures longer, as long as about fourteen days, and the peak shows up around the Lunar New Year's Eve. China during this period is ruled by famous red lamps, noisy firecrackers, get together, and marches, and the celebration even triggers rich festivals over the globe. This festival typically lands at the end of January or early February.

February is the latest month of winter for everything except the furthest north of China. Winter is still going full swing in North China with frosty climate. In central and South China, it is marginally hotter than in January yet at the same time feels moist and cold. Indications of spring show up in the south before the finish of February. In any case, contingent upon where you go in the nation, the climate fluctuates somewhat consistently; while the north is cold and dry, focal China encounters marginally hotter and climate and southern China can be out and out warm however rainy too. Fortunately, no matter where you go in China you’re sure to find something to do and see during this time of year.

Events in February
Lantern Festival
Lamp Festival in China denotes the finish of the Spring Festival, this yearly convention highlights lighting a huge number of paper lights and discharging them into the night sky to respect the New Year and deceased loved ones. After the occasion, Chinese New Year taboos are no lobger in effect and Spring Festival decorations are brought down from homes and urban communities across China. The Lantern Festival happens on the first full moon of the Chinese New Year.

Harbin Ice Snow Festival
The city of Harbin grasps the winter cold (and monstrous snowfall in the district) by hosting a month-long festival including huge ice models made by craftsmen from around the globe. In spite of the fact that this yearly winter festivity authoritatively finishes on in the principal seven day stretch of February, you can even now observe the figures for half a month after the close.

March in China sees the first efforts of spring; trees, people, and animals begin to break out winter hibernation. Following the cold long stretches of winter, March is fairly comfortable time to be outside for a few hours one after another. Obviously, the climate differs uncontrollably over the areas in China because of the huge size of the nation. In March, Northern China at long last begins to heat up with a normal increase of 11 degrees Fahrenheit from February. Beijing will at present feel cold yet generally dry.

Events in March
Shanghai Peach Blossom Festival
Shanghai Peach Blossom Festival celebrates blooming trees and the arrival of spring since 1991. Visitors during this time can enjoy food, music, and decorated orchards all honoring the fuzzy fruit and beautiful blossoms. So along with enjoying the several peach trees in the region, you can also listen to conventional Chinese music played by ethnic folk musicians and dancers. There is an as of late created park you can see there that is known as the Chengbei Folk Peach Orchard. You can appreciate some Chinese cooking in the eateries and purchase peach items in the shops.

In April, spring is experienced all throughout most of China, and it is called a