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Many local people and travelers believe that November has the best weather in Hong Kong. This is because the weather is warm and sunny with low humidity. The average low and high temperatures are 12 °C (54 °F) and 29 °C (84 °F).
As there are many clear days, low rainfall, and pleasant temperatures, November is one of the best months to visit Hong Kong.
You will experience a lot of clear days in November but the sunshine is not as strong as in previous months. The ultraviolet radiation drops to the lowest level of the year.
You will probably not need sunscreen and sunglasses.
November is the dry season in Hong Kong. There are about 5 rainy days with around 40 mm of precipitation.
As the humidity also drops to a low level, November is one of the driest months in Hong Kong. Take care to moisturize your skin and remember to drink more water.
Also leave your umbrella at home. We will prepare one for you in case of occasional rainfall.
November is the last month of the typhoon season in Hong Kong. There is a very low probability of a tropical cyclone generating, such as once in every 4–5 years. Your journey is very unlikely to be affected by typhoons.
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, and sunshine tree, among others.
Autumn clothes are recommended: The temperature is getting lower but a long-sleeved shirt, jeans, and a light jacket are sufficient during the daytime. Also take a thin sweater for the evenings.
Prepare some face cream and hand cream, or buy some when you arrive.
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. If you prefer, you can walk up along the wonderful tranquil and mainly shaded scenic walkways.
The mile of Nathan Road stretching from the harbor to Yau Ma Tei Station is considered to be the Golden Mile of Nathan Road. Most tourists arrive at Tsim Sha Tsui via the MTR and are likely to go there. The Golden Mile is filled 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 it is a place to take a break along Nathan Road. Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the Chinese garden, and the bird pond are good 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.
The Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival falls at the end of October to the beginning of November. Celebrated in Central Harbourfront and lasting for 4 days, the event brings together worldwide cuisine, wine, and entertainment.
There will be more than 400 booths offering enjoyment for your palate. You can also relax on the lawn and enjoy some music performances.
If you missed the Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival, don’t feel disappointed because you will have the chance to join in with the Hong Kong Great November Feast, which will last for the whole month.
There will be a series of culinary events, such as a beer festival, fashion market, and wine exhibitions. Famous restaurants also offer their super value menus, and there is more tasty food hidden in Hong Kong’s streets and alleys.
November is in the peak season.
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 the low season.
We recommend that you book in advance. We can help obtain your tickets so that you avoid wasting time at crowded attractions by waiting in ticket lines.
The good news is that you don’t need to worry too much about what to prepare as rainwear and sun protection are not that useful. If you have forgotten to pack something, just buy it in Hong Kong.
A good choice is to get up early in the morning and arrive at the attraction sites before other people. Your guide will get ready and wait for you no matter how early you plan to depart.
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.