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Hong Kong Travel Tips: Seasonal Weather/Manners/Culture/Languages

by Ryu_C@Central Lion Rock

Are you planning to travel to Hong Kong?

On different discussion boards, we sometimes see some frequently asked questions about traveling to Hong Kong. For example, "What will the weather be like in Hong Kong next week?", "How to arrange transportation during travel in Hong Kong?", "Do I need to tip when dining in a restaurant in Hong Kong?", "Do I need to share a table when dining in Hong Kong?" "

Hong Kong is a very busy city and there are many unspoken and established rules. If it is your first time to travel to Hong Kong, I believe you will be worried about the weather, transportation, life and culture problems you will encounter in Hong Kong, which will affect your travel experience.

So in this article today, we will share with you some common questions we think we have when traveling to Hong Kong, and find the best answers for you based on our life experience in Hong Kong. In addition, if you want to know more information about Hong Kong tourist attractions and travel itineraries, we have prepared many articles on different topics for you in the Hong Kong travel information category. You are welcome to share them with more friends who are planning to travel to Hong Kong.

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How to get the latest Hong Kong weather forecast?

It is now very convenient to check Hong Kong’s weather forecast data. Whether you use the preset weather APP on your mobile phone or search "Hong Kong weather" on Google, you can check the temperature, rainfall probability, etc. in Hong Kong in the next few days. information to prepare for trip planning.

However, among the many Hong Kong weather forecast websites, we still recommend you to go to the official website of the Hong Kong Observatory, hko.gov.hk, or download their mobile APP MyObservatory. You can get the most accurate real-time Hong Kong weather forecast information and weather forecast information for the next few days to help plan your travel itinerary in Hong Kong every day.

In addition, typhoons and heavy rains often occur during the period from June to September every summer. When extreme weather comes, many stores will be closed. So pay attention to the latest weather warnings and decide early to switch those outdoor trips to indoor ones.

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Just open the Observatory’s mobile APP MyObservatory to check the latest and most accurate weather forecast information. (Click on image to enlarge)

Hong Kong weather changes throughout the year

Hong Kong is located in the subtropical region. The weather changes throughout the year are mainly divided into two different seasons.

From May to October every year, it often rains, is relatively humid, and is hot. The average temperature is around 25 degrees - 33 degrees, and occasionally it exceeds 30 degrees at night. November to February every year are the driest and coldest days in Hong Kong, with average temperatures ranging from around 5 degrees to 15 degrees. The temperature difference between day and night in Hong Kong is relatively large in winter, and the temperature difference can be more than 10 degrees at the same time in just a few days. It is recommended to prepare some thick clothes to avoid catching cold.

March-April every year is the most humid and foggy time in Hong Kong every year. If you plan to visit Hong Kong during this period and plan to go to the top of Victoria Peak and sky100 to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor, please pay attention! Because the top of Victoria Peak is often foggy during this period, and the temperature difference is very large every day. It is not easy to see the entire Victoria Harbor from a high place. It is recommended to prepare an extra backup itinerary.

In addition, during the period from March to April every year, the temperature changes greatly every day. For example, today's temperature is 10 degrees - 15 degrees, and tomorrow it may suddenly rise to around 20 degrees - 28 degrees. If you come to Hong Kong during this period, be sure to prepare a few extra sets of clothes to suit the unpredictable weather.

To put it simply, Hong Kong’s weather profile for each month is similar to the table below. You can prepare a most suitable Hong Kong itinerary according to the weather in different seasons.

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monthmonthly average minimum temperaturemonthly average maximum temperatureweather characteristics
January16 degrees21 degreesDry and cold, the monthly temperature can be as low as 12 degrees
February12 degrees17 degreesDry and cold, the monthly temperature can be as low as 7 degrees
March19 degrees26 degreesHumid weather with fog on the summit highlands
April21 degrees27 degreesHumid weather with fog on the summit highlands
May23 degrees28 degreesThe weather is starting to turn hot with occasional rain
June27 degrees32 degreesEntering summer, there is plenty of sunshine and frequent rain
July28 degrees34 degreesIt is a month suitable for outdoor sightseeing and taking pictures, but there will also be typhoons and storms
August27 degrees32 degreesIt is a month suitable for outdoor sightseeing and taking pictures, but there will also be typhoons and storms
September27 degrees33 degreesBeginning to enter autumn, a season suitable for outings and mountaineering
October24 degrees30 degreesThe weather is starting to turn cold, the temperature occasionally drops to 16 degrees
November22 degrees26 degreesBeginning to enter winter, the weather is dry and the chance of rain is relatively low
December13 degrees19 degreesIt's officially winter, but it won't snow. The minimum temperature will be 7 degrees
Monthly weather and temperature changes in Hong Kong

Day changes you need to pay attention to when traveling in Hong Kong

Although Hong Kong does not experience snowy weather in winter like some cities in Japan and Europe, with the humid and rainy weather in Hong Kong and the unusually strong indoor air-conditioning, some places are still worth your time. Take the time to notice.

Winter: December – February

Since indoor rooms and public transportation in Hong Kong are not equipped with heating equipment, indoors in winter can sometimes be a little colder than you expect. In addition, it won’t rain often during this period, so even if you go out without an umbrella, there will basically be no big problem.

Spring: March – May

March to May is the humidest season in Hong Kong every year. Especially during March to April, the weather is always gloomy and dense fog often appears. If you plan to go to the top of Victoria Peak to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor, you must check the humidity of the day in advance. If the humidity of the day remains above 90%, you should be mentally prepared to see only a sea of clouds shrouded in heavy fog instead of the endless view of Victoria Harbor when you reach the top of Victoria Peak.

Summer: June – August

June to August every year are the hottest days in Hong Kong. At the same time, the sky is the bluest and the leaves are the greenest, making it the most suitable time to arrange a photo-themed itinerary. On days with sufficient sunlight, it is easier to see the clearest view of Victoria Harbor. However, you must always carry an umbrella with you when going out during this period, and always pay attention to the latest typhoon news. When a typhoon approaches, you must be careful and avoid going outdoors as much as possible.

In addition, the air-conditioning in many large shopping malls is very strong in the summer, so be sure to bring a jacket before departure to avoid catching a cold.

Autumn: September – November

Autumn in Hong Kong is from September to November every year, and it is also a season when it does not rain often, is neither too cold nor too hot. In addition, the chance of typhoons during this period is low. It is a very suitable day for arranging Hong Kong travel itineraries. It is also the most suitable time for arranging mountain climbing and outdoor activities.

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Small sharing on public transportation in Hong Kong

What means of transportation are only available in Hong Kong? Double-decker buses, double-decker trams, and minibuses are all very common means of transportation in Hong Kong, but you may not have the opportunity to ride them outside Hong Kong. Because of this, we hope that by sharing our experience of taking these means of transportation, we can let you know the characteristics of these means of transportation and what you should pay special attention to, so that your travel in Hong Kong can become smoother.

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Hong Kong subway

The characteristic of Hong Kong's subway is that it covers an area of more than 90% in Hong Kong. Moreover, many scenic spots and restaurants in the city are very close to the subway station, and can be reached in about 5 minutes' walk. When taking the Hong Kong underground clock, you can choose to buy tickets with cash, or pay with an Octopus card like ordinary Hong Kong people.

If you haven't purchased an Octopus card yet, we recommend that you purchase one before setting off to Hong Kong, so that you don't need to spend time queuing to buy tickets to take the MTR and other Hong Kong transportation.

07:00 – 09:00 every morning and 17:00 – 19:30 every afternoon are the peak hours for Hong Kong workers to commute to work. If you don’t like crowded environments, try to avoid riding during these times. subway.

In addition, due to the Hong Kong MTR regulations, no eating or drinking is allowed in the carriages. This is also to keep the carriages clean and tidy, so please do not bring drinks or food to enjoy in the carriages.

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The Hong Kong MTR can take you to most of the scenic spots in the city. (Click on image to enlarge)
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double decker bus

In addition to the Hong Kong MTR, double-decker buses are also a very important means of transportation in Hong Kong because they can take you to areas that the MTR cannot reach directly.

When taking a double-decker bus in Hong Kong, you must get on the bus at the front door and use an Octopus card to pay the fare when getting on the bus. Then press the bell before arriving at the bus station and get off at the middle door of the bus.

If it is your first time to take a bus in Hong Kong, you can pay attention to the real-time stop announcement system installed in the bus compartment and open Google Maps to know the current location of the bus. In addition, as long as you walk to the upper deck of the bus, you can enjoy the view of Hong Kong city from another angle. However, please note that the bus stops at each stop for a very short time, so you must go to the middle door of the bus early to wait for the bus to get off.

Another point is that most bus stops in Hong Kong are named after landmarks, rather than street names or house numbers. So you can easily identify which bus route will take you to your desired destination. For example, some bus routes to Central usually pass through the "Central Landmark" station, "Central Market" station, or the "SOGO Department Store" in the center of Causeway Bay. Many bus routes will set up stops near the "SOGO Department Store". .

So you can first check if there are any obvious landmarks near the attractions, and then you can easily choose some of the most suitable bus routes to take.

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When taking a double-decker bus in Hong Kong, you need to get on the bus at the front door and pay the fare at the same time. (Click on image to enlarge)

double decker tram

The double-decker tram that constantly shuttles back and forth on Hong Kong Island is the most suitable means of transportation to slowly enjoy the city scenery of Hong Kong.

The way to take a tram is to get on the tram from the back door, then get off at the front door and pay the fare with your Octopus card at the same time. But just because the tram will stop at every tram stop, you don’t need to press the bell to inform the driver to stop before getting off.

When taking the tram, you can go to the window seats on the upper floor and enjoy the natural breeze while using your camera to take pictures of the cityscape of different parts of Hong Kong. But just like taking a double-decker bus, you have to go to the lower deck early before reaching your destination, otherwise the driver will think that no one is getting off the bus and drive the tram away from the tram stop.

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Hong Kong Tram Hong Kong Traffic
Just walk to the upper level of the tram and you can take photos of the Hong Kong cityscape with another character. (Click on image to enlarge)

taxi

Taxis driving in Hong Kong are generally divided into three different colors, which represent that they can drive in different designated areas. Generally speaking, you will only encounter red taxis in urban areas of Hong Kong, green taxis in the New Territories, and blue taxis in Lantau Island.

All taxis operating in Hong Kong are charged based on distance according to the fare schedule established by the Transport Department. If you take some short distance this time, for example, from Central to Causeway Bay, which is only 3 MTR stations away, the fare will be about HKD $60, and the actual total fare you need to pay will be clearly displayed.

For some journeys that require traveling through a tolled undersea tunnel, such as the journey from Central to Tsim Sha Tsui, due to the need to pay additional tunnel tolls, even if the driving distance is not very far, after taking into account the additional tunnel tolls, , the total fare may exceed HKD $80.

In addition, many taxis in Hong Kong will only accept cash as the only method of payment, so you must prepare enough cash before taking a taxi. It would be best if you have a few HKD $100 banknotes. Because this can avoid the problem that the driver will be short of enough banknotes and cannot find refills, and it also does not require you to spend time going to a convenience store to exchange HKD $500 banknotes or HKD $1000 banknotes into small-denomination banknotes before paying for the taxi fare.

The last thing to note is that since the sidewalks are all on the left side of the taxi, when getting off the taxi, try to get off on the left side of the taxi. This can reduce the chance of traffic accidents.

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Hong Kong Free Travel Means of Transportation-Taxi-Taxi
Each taxi can accommodate 4 people, making it suitable for riding with friends and sharing the fare. (Click on image to enlarge)

minibus

There are two types of minibuses running in Hong Kong, one of which runs on designated routes.green roof minibus, and can freely arrange walking routesRed roof minibus.

Generally speaking, green roof minibuses are just like ordinary buses, with designated parking stops and designated operating hours. Basically, except that there are fewer seats and the journey is shorter, it is basically the same as taking a regular bus. You still need to pay the fare before getting on the bus, and then inform the driver where you want to be before getting off. Get off at the station.

The red roof minibuses do not have fixed driving routes, so they do not have fixed parking stops like the green roof minibus routes. When you ride one of these red-roofed minibuses, pay attention to whether the driver prefers you to pay when you get on or when you get off.

In addition, because these red-roofed minibuses do not have fixed stops and do not have electric bells like buses, you must learn a few words in Cantonese when getting off before taking this type of minibus. For example, if you take a minibus from Causeway Bay to Stanley, and you plan to get off at Stanley Market. Before arriving at Stanley Market, there are still about 200 meters left to shout "Ng goi yau lok" to the driver.

Otherwise the driver won’t know you’re getting out of the car and speeding away to your desired destination.

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Of course, you can tell the driver where you plan to go before getting on the bus. Usually they will remind you to get off when they have almost reached your destination. In addition, because the driver also knows that you are not a local Hong Konger, they will usually treat you better. Just say to the driver when you get off the bus, "Ng goi saai!” Express your gratitude, and maybe you can get more and more authentic Hong Kong travel information from them.

Hong Kong free travel means of transportation - minibus - bus
Minibuses traveling in downtown Hong Kong. (Click on image to enlarge)

New Territories Light Rail – Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai and Tuen Mun areas

The light rail, which only appears in the New Territories of Hong Kong, is just like the trams common in other countries. They only have single-deck trains and run on designated routes.

To put it simply, as long as you have experience riding trams in other countries, you must know how to ride the light rail in the New Territories area of Hong Kong. However, if your trip to Hong Kong this time does not plan to go to Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai, Tuen Mun or other areas in the western New Territories, you don’t need to worry about not understanding the complicated routes of the New Territories Light Rail.

Hong Kong Transport New Territories Light Rail
The light rail is only available in the New Territories of Hong Kong. (Click on image to enlarge)

Hong Kong Ferry Routes – Inner Harbor Line, Outside Harbor Line

The ferries running on the sea in Hong Kong are mainly divided into two different routes, namely the "intra-harbor ferries" that exclusively run within Victoria Harbor. The most popular Tsim Sha Tsui-Central route falls into this category. Another type of ferry route is the "Outer Harbor Ferry", which specifically departs from Central to travel to different outlying islands in Hong Kong. For example, if you want to go to Cheung Chau, Lantau Island, Lamma Island, etc., you generally need to take a bus from the Central Pier to the above outlying islands.

To take these ferries, you need to purchase the ticket with cash before departure, or pay with an Octopus card. In addition, different ferry routes will provide different types of seat options. If you want to enjoy the air-conditioning while taking the boat in summer, you must buy a "deluxe class" ticket at the pier!

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Taking the Hong Kong ferry route gives you the opportunity to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor in the center of the sea. (Click on image to enlarge)
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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about Hong Kong Travel

Different places have their own unique cultures, and Hong Kong is no exception. Especially in Hong Kong, a place that pursues high efficiency and is densely populated, the conflict between different cultures will become more obvious. So in this section, we will share with you some questions and answers that you may encounter in restaurants, hotels, and even during your trip to Hong Kong. I hope you can experience the most fun side of Hong Kong like the local Hong Kong people!

What are the frequently asked questions when traveling in Hong Kong?

Q: Can I communicate directly in Mandarin when traveling in Hong Kong?
A: Yes, if you mainly go to some popular tourist attractions, shopping malls, or mid- to high-end hotels, there will be no problem if you speak Mandarin directly to the staff. However, in restaurants and small shops generally located in residential areas, there are many people who cannot speak or do not like to speak Mandarin. If possible, it will be easier to communicate if you learn a few words in Cantonese.

Q: Do most Hong Kong people only speak English?
A: Most Hong Kong people use Cantonese to communicate. However, when receiving overseas tourists, because they don’t know which country you are from, they will be used to talking to you in English.

Q: Are there any transportation matters that I need to pay special attention to when traveling in Hong Kong?
A: All vehicles come from the right, so you must make sure you are looking in the right direction before stepping out of the road.

Q: Why are there so few restrooms in Hong Kong and so hard to find?
A: In fact, there are a lot of restrooms in Hong Kong, but most of them are located in shopping malls and restaurants. As long as you download the mobile APP commonly used in Hong Kong travel before departure, you can find the location of most restrooms in Hong Kong.

Q: Which month is best to go to Hong Kong?
A: Hong Kong holds different special events every month, and you can enjoy different scenery in different seasons. Basically, it is suitable to travel at any time throughout the year.

Q: What are the essential items for traveling to Hong Kong?
A: The most important thing is to carry a power bank, because it is not easy to find charging locations outdoors in Hong Kong. In addition, it is recommended to keep a small umbrella in summer and a jacket suitable for indoor air-conditioning. This can adapt to Hong Kong's rapidly changing weather in summer and shopping malls with unusually low indoor temperatures.

Q: How many days should I arrange for a Hong Kong travel itinerary?
A: Most people will choose a 3 days and 2 nights or 4 days and 3 nights trip to Hong Kong, which is basically enough for you to visit some major Hong Kong tourist attractions. In addition, you can also arrange a Hong Kong itinerary of more than 5 days, so that you can have the opportunity to visit some attractions recommended by local Hong Kong people.

Q: What are the must-buy products during your trip to Hong Kong?
A: Tempo toilet paper, Vita lemon tea, and more souvenirs recommended by local Hong Kong people.

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What are the common problems in Hong Kong restaurants?

Q: Do all restaurants in Hong Kong need to pay "10% service charge"?
A: It depends on the situation. Teahouses, mid-to-high-end restaurants in shopping malls, bars, etc. all have the habit of charging an additional "plus 10% service fee". However, restaurants usually state clearly on the menu whether they will charge a service fee of 10%, so you can decide whether to patronize before ordering. Some restaurants that provide fast food, such as Hong Kong-style tea restaurants, chain fast food restaurants, and coffee shops, rarely charge an additional "plus 10% service fee."

Q: Why are there no vegetables in restaurants in Hong Kong?
A: Because the food culture of Hong Kong restaurants does not pay attention to vegetables, and vegetables seem to be very cheap ingredients and not worth spending money to eat in restaurants. Of course, you can go to some green vegetarian-themed restaurants and have a vegetable-themed lunch.

Q: Continuing with the previous question, where can I buy fresh fruits and vegetables?
A: Some supermarkets near the hotel, such as "Parknshop" supermarket and "Wellcome" supermarket, are the most convenient and easiest places to buy fresh fruits and vegetables.

Q: What should I pay attention to when drinking tea in a Hong Kong-style teahouse?
A: If you plan to drink tea in a Hong Kong-style teahouse, you must leave early to queue up. Especially during holidays, or in some popular teahouses, menstrual periods have to wait for 30 to 45 minutes during lunch.

Q: When dining in a restaurant in Hong Kong, do I need to share a table?
A: During the busy time at noon, especially if you go to some teahouses and Hong Kong-style tea restaurants, you may be asked to share a table. However, after experiencing the impact of the epidemic for several years, Wan Zai is less likely to be asked by shop assistants to share tables than before.

Q: Why are restaurant clerks so "efficient" and rude?
A: Because for Hong Kong people, restaurants are generally a place to eat and "quickly replenish energy" rather than a place to chat and relax. Therefore, you are more likely to encounter rude restaurant staff during lunch. This is also one of the efficient aspects of Hong Kong people. However, as long as you are willing to spend a little more budget to go to those high-end restaurants, you will find that the service attitude of the staff is very good.

Q: What should I pay attention to when dining in a Hong Kong-style tea restaurant?
A: Hong Kong-style tea restaurants will have different charges for frozen drinks and hot drinks, and they will serve completely different food in the morning and noon. In addition, Hong Kong-style tea restaurants in different regions have different characteristics. For detailed information, please refer to 10 Hong Kong-style tea restaurants frequently visited by local Hong Kong people.

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What are the frequently asked questions in Hong Kong hotels?

Q: Do you need to tip in hotels in Hong Kong?
A: There are no regulations. However, according to different people's travel experiences, some people once put tips on the bed before going out in the morning. When they came back in the evening, they found that the free mineral water provided daily changed from 2 bottles to 4 bottles. In addition, some people also received special treatment at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel such as "staff covering the dolls with quilts".

Q: Can I store my luggage in a hotel in Hong Kong?
A: It depends. Generally, hotels located in urban areas and with 3 stars or above will provide luggage storage services. However, in some small hotels and cheaper accommodation plans, there may not be enough space for you to store your luggage.

Q: How to choose the most suitable accommodation in Hong Kong?
A: If it is your first time to travel to Hong Kong, you can consider some hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui and Central, which will make it more convenient to travel to different attractions. Of course, there are also some more favorable accommodation options in other areas of Hong Kong. Just open the latest Hong Kong accommodation list to find different hotel recommendations.

It is recommended to stay in hotels in Yau Tsim Mong, Central, and Wan Chai Causeway Bay, which are more convenient for visiting different attractions, or you can refer to this article for guidance on selecting hotel rooms in Hong Kong.

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Summarize

What should I pay attention to when traveling to Hong Kong? I believe that after sharing this article today, you will have an in-depth understanding of Hong Kong and you should be able to plan a smoother Hong Kong travel itinerary.

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