Hong Kong in November

by Cristina on January 19, 2012

by Cristina | January 19th, 2012  

November is the perfect month to explore Hong Kong if you plan to spend most of the time engaging in outdoor activities. Of course, Disneyland can be on the must-see list whenever you travel here.

Weather

November is one of the best months to visit Hong Kong. The skies are clear and the sun shines. Also, the temperatures are moderate and the air is clearer.

Sample temperatures:

Hong Kong avg high 24C ; avg low 19C

>>read more about Weather in Hong Kong

Flights and accommodation

November is one of the best and most popular months to visit Hong Kong, so it’s pretty much high season. While, traveling to Hong Kong is never a cheap affair, do expect to pay more for both airfare and accommodation . Booking in advance will save some money but don’t expect to find too many deals available.

What to do

November is the perfect month to visit Hong Kong for those who plan to explore the nature. You can visit the Hong Kong National Geopark or enjoy some of the hiking trails available (within the park and in the rest of Hong Kong). Those include the trails on Victoria Peak, which offer stunning views of Victoria Harbour . Lantau Island is another good option for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

November is Wine & Dine month in Hong Kong , an event which showcases international wines paired with local food. Add the live entertainment and you’ll surely love this event. The major hotels hold food and wine promotions.

Winter Fest starts by the end of November but you still have about a week of enjoying the festive lighting and Victoria Harbour sparkling with the Christmas decorations. If you want to benefit from the lovely Christmas atmosphere, come to Hong Kong in December.

You can also check out the theme parks, including Disneyland and Ocean Park. Just try to avoid the weekends when it’s usually crowded. Don’t forget about visiting the museums either.

>>read more about the Attractions in Hong Kong


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