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Weather: The weather is warm and sunny with low humidity. The average low and high temperature is 19 °C (66 °F) and 24 °C (75 °F).
Clothing: Bring long-sleeved shirts and a thin sweater or a light jacket.
Pollen allergy sufferer, use a suitable dust mask or take some medicine, as many flowers bloom in November in Hong Kong: golden trumpet, flamingo-lily, white bauhinia, pink powder puff, camellia, sunshine tree, etc.
The sunny, warm, and dry weather is ideal for being outdoors. The country parks, shopping streets, city parks, and the city's primate zoo are great places to experience.
It is a good time to go up Victoria Peak in November. The clear and sunny weather allows you to enjoy a bird's eye view of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island, and Kowloon. The peak tram is the most scenic way to climb the peak. Or you can walk up along wonderful tranquil and mainly shaded scenic walkways.
The mile of Nathan Road from the harbor to about Yau Ma Tei Station is considered the Golden Mile of Nathan Road. Most tourists arrive at Tsim Sha Tsui via the MTR and are probably bound to arrive here. The Golden Mile throngs with tourists and is known for its shopping and tourist attractions. Learn more about Hong Kong shopping.
Kowloon Park attracts a lot of tourists as a place to take a break along Nathan Road. The Heritage Museum, Chinese garden, and the bird pond are places to go. The park is well-equipped with modern sports facilities, but to enjoy these, tourists need a special facilities card that is difficult to get.
November is a peak travel month due to the fine weather. The attractions are crowded. The prices of hotels and flights are much more expensive than the ones during low season.
We recommend that you book in advance. We can help obtain your tickets to avoid wasting your time at crowded attractions waiting in ticket lines.
The above are our sample Hong Kong tours. We hope you find them to be a good starting point or a source of inspiration for creating your trip with us.