Visit Beijing in August

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Plan your Beijing tours in August?    August is our hottest and humblest month. The sad thing is that the heat of August comes hand in hand with humidity.

Though the Beijing weather in August is not appealing to travelers coming to Beijing, August is a peak tourist season in China with a huge number of domestic tourists visiting Beijing. August in China is the summer vacation time for students. Many families will visit Beijing together during summer vacation.

Wear summer clothes and bring an umbrella since there are occasional thunderstorms. Well book your hotels and tickets in  advance. Also check whether your hotel is equipped with an air-conditioner and make sure it functions well. This is very important for Beijing is very humid in August, making it very important to have a cool place for your day.

Check the daily weather and plan and pack for your Beijing tour or China tour.

Historical Climate Data for August  in Beijing
This past 50-year historical weather data is quite useful for you to plan your trip to Beijing well in advance.  You may use the data to decide what to wear on your coming trip to Beijing.

By the way you may also check our Beijing August Realtime Weather Photos  for more information on the Beijing weather in August.

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Date       Average High    Average Low    Precipitation    Extreme High    Extreme Low
August 01 31℃ 22℃ 13mm 36℃(2000) 17℃(1975)
August 02 30℃ 22℃ 7mm 37℃(2003) 16℃(1952)
August 03 30℃ 22℃ 11mm 36℃(2003) 17℃(1958)
August 04 31℃ 22℃ 10mm 36℃(1987) 16℃(1971)
August 05 30℃ 22℃ 8mm 36℃(1984) 17℃(1976)
August 06 30℃ 22℃ 9mm 36℃(1984) 16℃(1981)
August 07 30℃ 22℃ 6mm 37℃(1951) 17℃(1981)
August 08 31℃ 22℃ 9mm 38℃(1951) 18℃(1968)
August 09 31℃ 22℃ 15mm              37℃(2007) 17℃(1968)
August 10 31℃ 22℃ 8mm 35℃(2003)       16℃(1978)
August 11 31℃ 21℃ 5mm 36℃(2003) 17℃(1967)
August 12         30℃ 22℃ 6mm 34℃(2003) 17℃(2002)
August 13 30℃            21℃              11mm 34℃(1951) 14℃(1970)
August 14 29℃ 21℃ 8mm 35℃(1982) 16℃(1958)
August 15 29℃ 21℃ 9mm 35℃(2005) 16℃(1984)
August 16 29℃ 21℃ 7mm 35℃(1994) 16℃(1967)
August 17 30℃ 21℃ 6mm 34℃(1981) 15℃(1966)
August 18 29℃ 21℃ 5mm 34℃(1951) 17℃(1966)
August 19 30℃ 20℃ 6mm 34℃(2006) 15℃(1972)
August 20 30℃ 20℃ 9mm 33℃(1991) 16℃(1978)
August 21 30℃ 20℃ 2mm 36℃(2007) 14℃(1989)
August 22 30℃ 20℃ 2mm 37℃(2003) 15℃(1989)
August 23 30℃ 20℃ 2mm 35℃(1991) 15℃(1974)
August 24 30℃ 20℃ 2mm 34℃(2007) 16℃(1996)
August 25 30℃ 20℃ 6mm 34℃(1993) 12℃(1951)
August 26 29℃ 20℃ 5mm 33℃(1965) 14℃(1951)
August 27 29℃ 19℃ 5mm 33℃(1968) 12℃(1979)
August 28 29℃ 19℃ 3mm 35℃(1959) 12℃(1972)
August 29 29℃ 19℃ 2mm 33℃(2002) 12℃(1979)
August 30 29℃ 19℃ 1mm 33℃(1986) 14℃(1979)
August 31 29℃ 19℃ 3mm 33℃(1951) 11℃(1972)

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August Events, Holidays & Festivals


August is our hottest and humidest month. The sad thing is that the heat of August comes hand in hand with humidity. Though the Beijing weather in August is not appealing to travelers coming to Beijing, August is a peak tourist season in China with a great number of domestic tourists visiting Beijing.

Annual Events and Festivals
1. Army’s Day (August 1) 八一建军节
It is a day for People’s Liberation Army to commemorate the communist-led army for the first armed uprising in Chinese communist history against the Nationalists on August 1, 1927. It was considered as the beginning and founding of the Red Army (later the People’s Liberation Army). Now the anniversary is a celebration day for Chinese servicemen, also a time to promote better relationships between the army and civilians.

2. National Fitness Day 全民健身日
This special day falls on 8 August.  On this day, the Beijing sports authorities organizes a number of activities to mark China’s National Fitness Day. One of these activities is citizens from different districts in Beijing performing the exercises at a designated area.

3. Ghost Festival 中元节
Time: 15th day of 7th Month ( Chinese lunar calendar )
Burning fake paper money and making offerings to ancestors and the dead to comfort them in the afterlife and keep them from troubling the living.

 

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