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Weather to go

The expanse of China offers visitors a variety of experiences and sites at any time of year.  The size of the country also results in many different climates, however the best time to travel is usually in the fall or spring when temperatures range from 10 degrees celsius to 23 degrees celsius in the popular areas.  Peak travel seasons are during summer and winter school holidays and at the beginnings of October and May, though travelling during off-season can mean less crowds and more unique experiences.


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