Autumn and winter in Hong Kong

The weather in Hong Kong is known to be very unpredictable. The rain can appear suddenly and disappear so that a radiant sun illuminates the area. The city can host some of the most extreme weather conditions in the world. Weather alerts can be issued at any time: typhoons, extreme heat, thunderstorms and earth movements… but don’t be discouraged, the city is also a great haven of good temperatures for many months of the year.

Despite having a sub-tropical climate , the city has four distinct seasons. During the fall (September – mid-December), the humidity is low, while the temperatures are high and the skies are bright. Autumn is the best time for outdoor activities, such as going for a walk and enjoying the city. During this season, the sharpest changes are less likely, so the weather is much more predictable.

The clothes that will suit you best will be t-shirts and shorts, although it is recommended to bring a coat to spend the nights at ease. Winter (mid-December to February) is much colder but not excessively cold either. Snow is a great unknown in Hong Kong and frost occurs only once or twice a year.

There are many clear days with little rain, so this makes it possible to visit the city during this season. You will need to wear sweaters most days and a jacket or coat for nights. Temperatures never plummet