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March travel

by pennartza

Hello everyone, I will be in Beijing and Shanghi for two weeks in mid March and I am trying to figure out what kind of clothes I need to pack. Any information that you can give would be really appreciated. Also if there are any off the beaten path places that are great to go to that would be neat to know as well. Thanks!

Re: March travel

by GrumpyDiver

This seems to be a continuation of your last thread, where you asked about the weather you should expect. The answer really does depend on the climate you are coming from, hence my suggestion you might want to fill in your home page a bit more in order for the VTers to help you a bit more.

This is us north of Beijing in mid-March, so you can get an idea of what we wore. http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/4725d4/

We had our cool weather clothing, which included lined jackets, long pants, hats and gloves. Other people there had clothing we would wear in the middle of winter. If you come from a cold climate, you will probably be able to get away with medium weight clothing, like we did. If you are from a warm climate, you will likely need something a lot warmer.

Shanghai is further south, and I was there in early May, not March, so I don't know for sure. I would expect that you will need warmer clothing in the evenings, because I wore a light jacket while there.

It can (and does rain), so something waterproof would not be out of place.

Re: March travel

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Beijing & Shanghai for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

Beijing
March.
High 53f / 11c
Low 30f / -1c
Rain 0.30in / 7.0mm
Rain days 4
Hours of sun 8
Daylight hours 12
UV level 4 = Moderate
Humidity = Frost may occur in March

Shanghai
March.
High 54f / 12c
Low 41f / 5c
Rain 3.30in / 84.0mm
Rain days 14
Hours of sun 5
Daylight hours 12
UV level 7 = High
Humidity = Frost may occur in March
Sea temp 46f / 8c

Re: March travel

by bpritts

Not 100% off the beaten path... but, outside of Shanghai there are several tourist oriented towns referred to as "water towns" - located on canals- which are fun sites to see. Zhujiahuai is one, Wuzhen is another. Both about 1 hour bus ride from Shanghai. After seeing the Shanghai sites, these are fun spots to visit.

Best of luck,
Brad

Re: March travel

by cindy13

if you want "off the beaten track" dont buy a lonely planet, buy a "à la carte maps"of Shanghai, dont think they have beijing. They have the places where locals go (local= chinese + expats)
Definitely a must-have if you dont want to end up with tourists!

Re: March travel

by travelcici

In March, Beijing and Shanghai should be chilly still. You should take a sweater and jacket.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Hutong cats

by marielexoteria

When living in a hutong, you're exposed to some aspects of the locals' daily lives, such as their pets. In this case, I found these 3 furry charmers in the hutong where Red Lantern House (main and west yard) is located.

Get a Peek of Chinese History...

by eho

Get a Peek of Chinese History 1949 - 1976
Since I was borned just during the outbreak of the cultural revolution, the shining red star has been the centre of my childhood. I used to watch communist movies and saw how the People's Liberation Army defeated the Japanese invaders and 'liberated' the Chinese people.

It was not until this trip to the Great Hall of the People and the Mao Mausoleum that I got so close to the two figures that dominated my childhood -- the shining red star and the corpse of Mao Ze Dong.

Arrive like a pro

by athena10x

small day backpack. buy a cute reusable sack at the Beijing market. Has a nice chinese logo and you can stuff your small gifts inside without needing tons of plastic bags to throw away.
Garbage is a problem in every country. Lightweight clothing for September. Easy to wash in hotel room. Good walking shoes with a little style. Sandals a must. I personally don't travel with denim because it is too heavy and unwashable. Takes to long to dry. Hand sanitizer before eating, Liquid tear eyedrops for pollution. Pepto Bismal. small umbrella for the heat of the sun. Very chic and fashionable to see chinese ladies with their umbrellas for shade. Buy a chinese hand fan for a quick cooling off. The best air conditioner I found and the cheapest. Now it is my souvnier.

The murals at the White Dagoba (Beihai Park)

by mke1963

Beihai Park is already off the beaten track for many visitors to Beijing, yet it is one of central Beijing's most historic locations and is a 'warmer' place than either the Forbidden City or Tian'anmen Square.
The White Dagoba is an obvious focal point for those who do make it to the park, but there is one of Beijing's best kept secrets hidden away underneath the approach to the huge white structure.
In alcoves and a network of underground tunnels on the south side of the Dagoba (three or four levels down from the top) are the most amazing series of murals.
I know nothing about these murals, except that they must be fairly modern (perhaps even within the last few years) because the quality of 'construction' of the murals is not particularly good (the paint has not been fixed into the plaster so it peels away too easily and is being damaged by salt deposits.
Whatever the age, this is a beautiful series of imperial scenes hidden away in the darkness.A number of statues have been placed in the tunnels as well. It isn't as claustrophobic as it may seem as the tunnels are very short - just a few metres away from daylight so you can see around easily.

Chaoyang Theatre

by clairegeordio about Acrobats

This theatre is located in the Chaoyang District and is a Chinese acrobatics show involving bicycles, tight rope walking, and spinning plates that is aimed at tourists. It was a very entertaining show, highly recommended. Showtimes are 17.15-18.15, and 19.15-20.30 every night. Tickets are 50-300 RMB. Ours were 180 RMB each for good seats, right in the middle. Cameras seemed to be allowed.

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