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Weather: July is the hottest and wettest month in Beijing. The average low and high temperatures are 23 °C (73 °F) and 33 °C (91 °F), respectively. Occasionally, temperatures may rise to 40 °C (104 °F) during the day.
July has an average 185 mm (7 inches) of rainfall, which often comes during thunderstorms.
Clothing: Bring an umbrella, sun hat, sunglasses, and sun screen, and wear summer clothes such as T-shirt, and shorts or skirt.
July is a busy travel month in Beijing. Tourist attractions become crowded around 10th of the month, after China's school summer holiday begins. It's advisable to book tours, hotels, flights and train tickets well in advance.
You are highly recommended to set off early in the morning to, to avoid the crowds and heat at noon.
If you want a cool place to escape the city heat, a day trip to the Chengde Summer Palace would be a good idea.
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