Weather: During most of March misty and drizzly weather is common, but it can alternate with drier and clearer weather. The average low and high temperatures are 11 °C (52 °F) and 27 °C (81 °F). Generally the weather improves towards the end of March.
Clothing: Bring a sweater and long-sleeved shirts.
Pollen allergy sufferers: As many flowers bloom in March in Hong Kong (orchid tree, peach, rhododendron, Hong Kong rose, etc.) prepare a mask or take some medicine.
Lantau Island is mostly natural parkland with theme parks, hiking trails, seashores, and beaches. It is a good place to do outdoor activities. You can take an Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car to enjoy a panoramic view of lush green mountainside, or pay a visit to a traditional fishing village, or just relax on a beach.
On fine spring days, Kowloon Park has aviaries, various types of gardens, and walking paths you can enjoy. Millions of visitors go there every year, and it is near the attractions along Victoria Harbor and Nathan Road.
Many tourists would prefer tackling Hong Kong's steep hills during cool, sunny days in the spring. Heat stroke and dehydration is a problem that many tourists encounter when hiking in Hong Kong during the summer. The scenery is often gorgeous in many places such as at the beaches in Sai Kung.
March is generally a moderate month for tourism. The prices for hotel rooms and flight and train tickets are not high.
Contact our experienced travel advisor who will be more than happy to give you some recommendations and help to create a unique tour for you.