SUMMER VACATION SPOTS IN CHINA
There is certainly something about China’s hot summer (June to August) that adds romance to the days and nights.
All of China is accessible for travel, including the most remote areas of Tibet.
We have identified six Chinese destinations that are particularly active during the summer: Yunnan, Tibet, Zhangjiajie, Guilin, Guizhou, and Mount Emei.
1. Tibet – A Pristine And Mystical Land
Tibet attracts many travelers with its mysterious culture and pure land. There are beautiful monasteries sitting on snow-covered mountains, a blue sky, crystal clear lakes and colorful prayer flags floating in the wind.
In summer, it is the busiest time to visit Tibet with its wetter climate, higher oxygen content and greener trees. There may be showers in the afternoon, but they often last only one hour.
Yunnan is an ideal destination for a summer trip to China. Thanks to its altitude of 2,000 meters with abundant heat and light, Yunnan has a spring climate all year round. You’ll have a cool summer trip to Yunnan.
You can discover unique ethnic cultures, beautiful mountain landscapes, and graceful natural landscapes.
Guilin is famous for its wonderful limestone landscapes. It is a city in the middle of the karst mountains. The picturesque Li River takes you into a misty Chinese painting with a brush.
In summer, the landscape along the Li River is clear and the breeze of the river is gentle when you are cruising. However, on stormy days, the cruise will be suspended for safety reasons.
In the terraced fields, you will see green terraces filled with seedlings, which is nice after a mountain hike.
Highlights include the Li River, the two rivers and four lakes, and the Longji terraced rice fields.
Mount Emei, in Sichuan province in southwestern China, is one of China’s best-known summer destinations due to its pleasant climate, pleasant ambiance, inspiring natural landscapes and the influence of Buddhist culture.
The mountain is characterized by its century-old trees, impressive waterfalls, unspoiled streams, and many Buddhist temples.
Mount Emei is known for the considerable differences in weather conditions between the different regions that inhabit it. A temperature difference of 14°C was observed between the foot of the mountain and its summit.