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Weather: In early spring, Changsha begins to experience warm weather, and it is one of the best months for visiting Changsha. The weather is relatively pleasant with good air quality, and factors of prices, choice, and convenience are favorable.
The average nightly low temperature is 6 °C (43 °F), and the average daily high temperature is 15 °C (59 °F). It is warm enough so flowers bloom profusely. It feels cold at night due to the high humidity of 84% and the lack of heating in many buildings. It gets colder when it rains.
It often rains and sometimes thunderstorms. Monthly precipitation is 93 mm, and it falls on almost half of the days of the month.
Pollution: The Quality of Air Index is 87 which is good. Check the Changsha weather and forecast>>
Clothing: To stay warm, wear a thick jacket and trousers. Take rain gear or an umbrella on rainy days. Since many restaurants and hotels in Changsha have no central heating, dress in layers.
The early spring is a time to enjoy the cool, refreshing air and enjoy the local parks when the flowers bloom.
Orange Island (橘子洲, Juzi Island) is a famous narrow island in Changsha's Xiangjiang River. It is probably Changsha's most popular tourist attraction. It is a park highlighted with plum trees that start to bloom in February. The pink and white plum blossoms' delicate beauty are a memorable sight.
If you love blooming cherry blossoms, this park has cherry trees spread over 6 hectares (16 acres). It is said that this park has the greatest diversity of kinds of cherry trees of any garden in China. These trees bloom in March and April and present various shades of colors in different weeks.
The atmosphere is lively at the region's favorite shopping and dining pedestrian street. Young local people and Chinese tourists frequent the area, and the people on the street are unusually friendly for China. The street's highlights are the little Chinese shops that give economical prices and the local food.
March falls during a relatively low travel season after the heavy Chinese Spring Festival travel season. If you go in March, you get lower prices for Changsha flights, hotel rooms, and train tickets. We could arrange these for you.