Bradbury Jockey Club Youth Hostel

No.66 Tai Mei Tuk Road, Tai Po, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
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what is the weather now in HK?

by dhee28

we'll be there next week so i wanted to know the weather so i could bring the right outfit, hahaha

thanks much

Re: what is the weather now in HK?

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 Hong Kong for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

November.
High 76f / 24c
Low 66f / 19c
Rain 1.40in / 35.0mm
Rain days 11
Hours of sun 6
Daylight hours 11
UV level 7 = High
Humidity = None
Sea temp 74f / 23c

Re: what is the weather now in HK?

by IreneMcKay

At the moment it is the temperature is fairly pleasant around 24 degrees today. Not too hot; not too cold and today is dry. Autumn here usually has weather like this, but it can be unpredictable.

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Movie Star at Repulse Bay

by prymsu

I just had to share this. When we were in Hong Kong my son was about eight years old, with blond hair and blue eyes. Although this is not rare to see in Hong Kong, the day we spent at Repulse Bay, you would have thought he was a movie star. There were some business men dressed up in suits down on the beach taking a look around. They did not speak English. They motioned for Dakota to build them a sand castle, and while he did this they were filming him! It was cute to watch them make different motions to him to get him to turn toward the camera. During our trip to Hong Kong and Beijing, Dakota was a little nervous at first because he had a lot of people wanting to touch his hair. We made a game up of pretending that he could be some famous movie star and that seemed to calm him down, and then it didn't bother him so much to stop and pose for pictures, and let people feel his hair.

If you go in the summer, don't worry about a coat.

by cjpindc

Bring an umbrella in case of rain. It rains quite often.
Hong Kong has many great attractions so it's hard to choose just one thing but I would have to say Victorias Peak was 1st the shopping was 2nd. Having afternoon tea at one of the great hotels in TST, the Penninsula Hotel. Many of the hotel offer afternoon tea and crumpets. This isn't something we do on a regular basis when not on vacation so I was happy to take full advantage of the situation. It was almost like having Sunday brunch everyday! I think the US should adopt this custom and have it be law to have...excuse me ..."take" afternoon tea everyday.

visit Macau. Its just a 1-hr...

by krashqewl

visit Macau. Its just a 1-hr ferry ride away. Macau is a tiny city-island with a population of 438,000. Portuguese influences are still apparent in the architecture and cuisine. Its recommended that you rent a motorbike to get around. The hustle and bustle of the narrow streets below from where we stayed at Tsim Sha Tsui.

Return to China 1997

by SLLiew

Another landmark in Hong Kong is this golden sculpture of the Bauhinia blakeana flower which has been discovered in and is the official flower of Hong Kong. This flower is used in the design of the new Hong Kong SAR flag.

It was built by Mainland China for the Hong Kong people when Hong Kong was returned by the British Government to the Beijing Government at the midnight of June 30, 1997.

On June 30, 1997, Hong Kong began a new chapter as a Special Administration Region of China. So this landmark is a symbolic reminder of this historical event.

Lotus.

by Guantanamera

In this picture, VT member ttstella strikes a pose next to a splendid arrangement of lotus plants that we found in the middle of Po Lin Monastery... Of course, the lotus flower is one of the most famous pieces of Buddhist iconography... The Buddha is often depicted seated on a giant lotus flower and the "Lotus Sutra" is also one of the most well known Buddhist sutras...

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