Spring is a good time to travel in China if you do not care about the rain. Temperatures warm up, flowers are in bloom, and there are fewer tourists than in summer.
Top Things to Do in Spring
1. Celebrate The Sister's Meal Festival With The Miao Ethnic PeopleThe Sister's Meal Festival is one of the two most important festivals celebrated by the Miao Ethnic People in Southwest China's Guizhou Province. The festival takes place from April 17 to April 19 this year. Visitors can see colorful traditional dressings, bright silver ornaments, bullfighting, horseracing, traditional Miao performances and Lusheng music during the festival. See our Sister's Meal Festival Tours
2. Celebrate The Water-splashing Festival With The Dai Ethnic PeopleThis festival takes place in April 12. It is the most important festival of the Dai Ethnic People in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province. Celebrations and activities visitors may see during the festival include dragon boat race, 'Bathing the Buddha' ritual and splashing water onto each other in street. China Highlights offers a special tour to the city of Jinghong each year to coincide with the Dai ethinic minority's annual Water Splashing Festival.
3. See Rope Flowers in WuyuanWuyuan, in Jiangxi Province, is reputed as the most beautiful countryside in China. The natural beauty of the place reaches the summit from late March and to April when the land is covered in a colorful carpet of rope flowers. Other top places to enjoy rople flowers include Luoping in Yunnan Province and areas around the Qinghai Lake in Qinghai Province. Customize a trip to see rope flowers
4. Hiking Along Li River
Li River in Guilin is considered as one of the most popular and picturesque scenic attractions in China. Hiking is a very nice way to enjoy the natural beauty along the river. Spring is a very comfortable time to do the hiking as the weather is very comfortable, and the fields on the river shrouded by flowers and pinnacles by the river covered in thick vegetations. See China Highlights Li River Hiking Tours
5. See Magnolia, Lilac and The Chinese Flowering Crabapple in Beijing.he whole city wakes up with flowers blooming here and there between late March and mid-May. Timing is everything when you search out the spring flowers. Beijing is an enchanting place to spend your spring when the flowers are in full bloom. Customize a trip to see flowers and other top sights in Beijing. See places to go to see flowers in Beijing.
6. Enjoy Peach Blossoms in GuilinThe best place to see peach blossoms is in Gongcheng, a town close to Guilin, although there are peach blossoms in parks in the city. Each year a festival, Beach Blossom Festival, is held to coincide with the peak of the peach blossoms in the town. This year the festival takes place from February 26 to March 8. There are regular buses from Guilin to Gongcheng Town.
7. See Plum Blossoms in NanjingThere are over 30,000 peach blossom trees of over 350 species planted in Beach Blossom Hill in Nanjing. The Plum Blossom Festival is held each year from Feb. 25 to Mar. 10 on the spot to attract more visitors to appreciate the flowers.
8. See Azaleas in Guizhou ProvinceA natural azalea forest spreads over 50 square kilometers near the juncture of Qianxi and Dafang counties in northeast Guizhou. Over 70 varieties can be found in the area. Guizhou Azaleas Festival is an annually events held at Jinpo village in Qianxi County, Guizhou, southwest of China from April 8 to 25th.
9. See Peonies In LuoyangLuoyang National Peony Garden covers an area of roughly 1/3 sq km (1/8 sq mi), an area which is planted with over 400 peony varieties, many of which are native to countries beyond China's borders, a deliberate aim of the garden. Each year from mid-April to mid-May, the peonies in the garden in Mongshan Town are in full bloom, generally reaching their peak during the period April 15th-25th. Luoyang Peony Festival take places from April 1 to May 7 this year in Luoyang.
China Spring Weather
Spring is generally comfortable in most parts of China. The thick snow accumulated from the winter in North China melted. It is really warm in South China. Rainy season in South China begins at the end of March. You may see continuous wet days in Guilin, Guizhou, Guangzhou, and place in the south of the Yangtze River. At the end of Spring, temperature get quite warm and you can enjoy outdoor dining and swimming in the sea or hotel pool. See China weather in March, April and May. China weather and packing suggestions by month