Hong Kong is a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate facing the South China Sea. Subtropical Hong Kong has four seasons – warm and humid spring, hot and rainy summer, sunny pleasant autumn, and relatively cold winter.
Weather: In the humid spring, fog and light rain are frequent. The visibility can be therefore reduced. The temperature differences can be great. As most of the days are clear, showers can be expected.
Clothing: Please put on thin knitwear, long-sleeved jackets and always bring suitable clothing for outdoor activities in case of adverse weather.
Things to do: Tai O is home to a community of fisher folk that can date back to early Hong Kong. Salted fish, shrimp paste and fish maw are the most renowned local foods. The waterside scenario is unique and impressive.
Weather： In the hot, damp summer, there are frequent showers and thunderstorms. Typhoons are most likely to visit Hong Kong in July and August. While it is often sunny and sizzling, regional scattered showers may appear in the afternoon. As the weather changes quickly, most places may experience heavy rain.
Clothing: Short sleeves, and short pants or skirts are proper clothing for the outdoor temperature in Hong Kong. In such cases, air conditioners are working at their greatest power, so you will need to put on their thin outerwear inside venues such as shopping centers, supermarkets and MTR.
Things to do: Entertainment in Hong Kong Ocean Park and a night view of Victoria Harbour both offer the elegant demeanor of the global metropolis.
Weather: The precipitation drops significantly when it comes to September. However, typhoons can visit Hong Kong in this month. Please notice the local weather forecast. The temperature averages around 20℃ (68°F) in the middle of November. The air is fresh and dry, while the cold air may bring cold weather and rain occasionally. In general, this is probably the best time for a tour in Hong Kong.
Clothing: Bring along sun-protective clothing, sunglasses, sunblock cream, etc. A light jacket, a thin scarf, fine sweater, light cotton coat, or cardigan are all proper clothing.
Things to do: As it is clear for most of the days, the sea-watch and the panorama from Victoria Peak, theme activities on Halloween raised by Ocean Park and Lan Kwai Fong Halloween Street Party all bring great experiences.
Weather: the temperature in December can resemble that of fall. However, the weather is quite unstable and features great temperature differences. This is winter time. When it comes to January and February, there are more cloudy days with a dry north wind. The urban area has even lower temperatures and can have frost. People will have the coldest time in Hong Kong. Frosting, icing, rime, sleet and ice particles can happen in certain areas.
Clothing: Shirts and knitwear as well as coats are good choices for winter. Woolen sweater, thermal underwear, woolen coats or down jackets are required after December.
Things to do: Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is the highest 360-degree indoor observation deck on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre, in West Kowloon, Hong Kong. The deck offers views of Victoria Harbour, and the Kowloon Peninsula.