Business Tour to China – Make the Most of It
If you are on a tour to China on business purposes, I’m pretty sure there would be many things on your mind. Nevertheless, one always needs to unwind after a hard day’s work. So here’s a brief about the country, and how can you make the most of your trip over there.
I know that this probably wouldn’t sound very much a possible scenario, but in case you have a choice regarding when you want to travel, following is a list of the ideal time for a tour to China.
Aï¿½ The Chinese new year, which takes place between the ending of January and the start of February. There is a lot of fanfare during these times. On the other hand, if you want some peace and quiet, this is the time to avoid travel!
Aï¿½ May Day holidays (the first week of May, another time for celebration)
Aï¿½ National Day holidays (first week of October)
Talking about the climate, spring in China lasts from April to June, followed by summer from June to September, autumn from September to October, and winter from October to March. However, owing to the fact that it’s a huge country, the climate tends to vary between different regions. Winters are very cold and dry in the northern parts, while summers are hot and humid towards the south. Following is a list of the different places and the best time you would want to visit them.
Aï¿½ Beijing: Autumn is the perfect season to travel to the capital of China, since spring is known to have a fair share of dust storms, thus rendering any plans of tour to China in this region futile. Further, if you want to do some ice skating, Between November and February is the time to go
Aï¿½ Yunnan: Since this region has a dynamic climate (quite literally!), it’s always best to take along a jacket, since it gets pretty cold at all times.
Aï¿½ Zhongdian: The perfect time to visit is summer, although you would encounter rains. On the other hand, they are much better than snowfalls in the winters.
Aï¿½ Mt. Huangshen: Spring is the right season for a visit to this place.