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Beijing in February Travel Guide (Weather, Wear, Events & Tips)

Sunday, January 22nd, 2023
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Planning your Beijing tour in February has its perks in the terms of budget and crowd levels, but there are drawbacks for traveling Beijing in February, too.

It is still very cold outside, average high 5℃ and low -7℃ though a little bit warmer than January.

Climbing Mutianyiu Great Wall in Winter

The weather in February in Beijing

February is a transit month between winter and spring, it is still very cold outside, average high 5℃ and low -7℃ though a little bit warmer than January. It is beginning to shake off its winter cloak.

Like the weather in January, Beijing could be very cold, windy, very dry and many sunny days in February.

What to Wear and Pack in Beijing in February

In February , it is still cold outside. But indoor, like in the workplaces, dormitories, hotels or transportation areas, there is heating system. So in your hotel room or any indoor places, it is all right to wear a sweater or even just a T-shirt.

But once you’d like to go out for sightseeing and walk on the streets, you are basically required to wear warm clothes such as cotton coats, down jackets, leather jackets, woollen coats, hats, gloves, and fur coats.

If you don’t want to pack or carry heavy warm clothes all the way from your home country, you may purchase them here in Beijing. Major department stores and free markets sell various kinds of winter clothes. Many travellers would like to go the Silk Street Market for shopping: see  Top 10 Markets in Beijing.

Before packing your wear for your Beijing tour,  please check below the official data for the historical climate for February in Beijing.

Historical Climate Data for February 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 and pack on your coming trip to Beijing.

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

Date       Average High Average Low Precipitation    Extreme High Extreme Low
February 012℃-8℃Omm12℃(1976)-16℃(1965)
February 022℃-8℃0mm11℃(2002)-16℃(1972)
February 033℃-8℃0mm13℃(2007)-16℃(1952)
February 043℃-8℃0mm12℃(2002)-15℃(1963)
February 053℃-8℃0mm16℃(2007)-17℃(1969)
February 064℃-7℃0mm16℃(1993)-18℃(1953)
February 074℃-7℃0mm15℃(1995)-16℃(1968)
February 084℃-7℃0mm13℃(1987)-15℃(1957)
February 094℃-7℃ 0mm15℃(2007)-16℃(1957)
February 105℃-7℃0mm16℃(1987)-14℃(1967)
February 114℃-7℃0mm13℃(1995)-15℃(1968)
February 125℃-7℃0mm14℃(1981)-14℃(1967)
February 136℃-6℃0mm20℃(1996)-13℃(1964)
February 145℃          -6℃0mm15℃(1996)-13℃(1980)
February 155℃-6℃0mm                13℃(1966)-15℃(1953)
February 164℃-6℃0mm15℃(1974)-15℃(1953)
February 175℃-6℃0mm15℃(1974)-14℃(1952)
February 185℃-6℃0mm14℃(1979)-13℃(1953)
February 195℃-5℃0mm16℃(1960)-14℃(1957)
February 205℃-5℃0mm15℃(1962)-13℃(1968)
February 215℃-5℃0mm16℃(2002)-14℃(1968)
February 226℃-5℃0mm15℃(1963)-27℃(1966)
February 236℃-5℃0mm17℃(1977)-23℃(1966)
February 245℃-5℃0mm17℃(1977)-19℃(1969)
February 255℃-4℃     0mm16℃(1992)-16℃(1969)
February 266℃-4℃0mm18℃(1992)     -14℃(1981)
February 277℃-4℃0mm17℃(1992)-14℃(1969)
February 287℃-4℃         0mm19℃(1963)-13℃(1969)
February 297℃-3℃0mm14℃(2008)-10℃(1956)

What is there to do in Beijing in February?

February is still in the tourist low season when you are able to enjoy the discounted tour prices in Beijing including hotel accommodations, entrance fees and flights.

You don’t expect huge crowds of tourists in the places you are going to visit.The drawbacks for Beijing tour in February include the shorter opening time for the major attractions and the cold and windy weather outside.

The activities popular in February include Beijing skiing, and bathing in a hot spring resorts in Beijing.  Kindly remind you that Beijing ski season will over at the end of February.

The Chinese New Year falls on Feb 1-6, 2022. The second most important festival – Lantern Festival falls on Feb 15,2022. The arrival of Lantern Festival marks the end of the New Year season.

The most proper time of the year for birding in Beijing falls on February and November. So if you are a birding lover, February is the best time for birding in Beijing.

February Events, Holidays & Festivals

February has its perks in the terms of budget and crowd levels, but it is still very cold outside, average high 5℃ and low -7℃ though a little warmer than January.

1. Start of Spring on Feb 04 立春

The traditional Chinese lunar calendar classifies the year into 24 solar terms. Start of Spring, the first solar term of the year, begins this year on Feb 3. Start of Spring opens the curtain of spring and everything turns green and full of vigor;  the weather is becoming warmer.

2. Lantern Festival  ( Feb 05, 2023) 元宵节

Lantern Festival falls on the 15th day of the Chinese lunar new year.  The New Year comes to an end when the Festival of Lanterns sets in. Each lantern festival finds lantern shows and folk dance everywhere.

One special food for the festival is the Tang Yuan, another kind of dumplings made of sweet rice rolled into balls and stuffed with either sweet or different fillings. People solve riddles on the lanterns.

3. Rain Water starting on Feb 19 雨水

Rain Water is one of the 24 solar terms in China created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production. Rain Water signals the increase in rainfall and rise in temperature.

4. Skiing and Skating Activities 滑雪和滑冰

Most of the skiing and skating activities in January are carried on in February.

5. Meet in Beijing Arts Festival “相约北京”艺术节

Official Website: http://www.meetinbeijing.org.cn/
Organizing Committee Office of Meet in Beijing Arts Festival
Add: N0. 10, Chaoyangmen North Street, Beijing 100020 P.R. China
Meet in Beijing Arts Festival is a large-scale international festival hosted by Beijing Municipality Government, China’s Ministry of Culture and the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television. The Festival was inaugurated in 2000 and held annually.
Time: Jan 06 – Jan 18, 2022

Beijing Travel Guide in Each Month (Weather, What to do)

Beijing in January Travel GuideBeijing in February Travel Guide
Beijing in March Travel GuideBeijing in April Travel Guide
Beijing in May Travel GuideBeijing in June Travel Guide
Beijing in July Travel GuideBeijing in August Travel Guide
Beijing in September Travel GuideBeijing in October Travel Guide
Beijing in November Travel GuideBeijing in December Travel Guide

Tip:  Hassle-free Beijing Guided Tours

If you don’t want to do a self-guided tour and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours, here are some options for organized tours to Beijing:

Beijing Winter tour
Car Rental in Beijing
Beijing Day Tour
Beijing Tour Packages
Great Wall Tour
Beijing Tour
China City Tours
China Tour

Further Readings


北京2月旅游攻略
Top 10 Ski Resorts in Beijing
Top 10 Ice Rinks in Beijing
Houhai Winter Ice Skating Rink
How to Visit Great Wall of China in Winter
Top Things to Do in Beijing in the Winter
How to Visit Longqing Gorge Ice Lantern Festival
What to see and do at the temple fairs in Beijing
Snow and Ice at Bird’s Nest (National Stadium)
How to Spend Spring Festival in Beijing
How to Spend Christmas Eve in Beijing
Longtan Lake Park Temple Fair

Top 10 Attractions in Beijing
How to Visit Forbidden City
How to Visit Temple of Heaven
How to Visit Summer Palace
How to Visit Ming Tombs
How to Visit the Great Wall of China
How to Visit Tiananmen Square
How to Visit Hutongs
How to Visit Olympic Sites

Top 10 Markets in Beijing
Top 10 Shopping Malls in Beijing
Beijing Shopping

Wangfujing Night Snack Street
Qianmen Commercial Street
Beijing Huguosi Street

Any questions, just drop a line.

Beijing in January Travel Guide (Weather, Wear, Events & Tips)

Sunday, December 25th, 2022
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January is the coldest month in Beijing. If you are planning your Beijing tours in January, you’d better check the historical climate data for the whole January weather, and learn about the activities and festivals in Beijing to make the best of your Beijing winter tour.

Challenging Great Wall climbing in winter

The Weather in January in Beijing

Beijing could be very cold, windy, very dry and more sunny days in January with an average temperature of -4.7℃.

In winter, the wind direction in Beijing is mainly north or northwest. The general wind direction tends to be in line with the direction of mountains and valleys.

In January, it is cold in Beijing only when you go outside. In the indoor places, no matter in the workplaces, dormitories, hotels or transportation areas, there is heating system.

What to Wear and Pack in Beijing in January

In your hotel room or any indoor places, it is all right to wear a sweater or even just a T-shirt. But once you’d like to go out for sightseeing and walk on the streets, you are basically required to wear warmly, down jacket, gloves and hat.

If you don’t want to pack or carry heavy warm clothes all the way from your home country, you may purchase them here in Beijing. Major department stores and free markets sell various kinds of winter clothes. Many travellers would like to go the Silk Street Market for shopping: see  Top 10 Markets in Beijing.

Before packing your wear for your Beijing tour,  please check below the official data for the historical climate for January in Beijing.

Historical Climate Data for January 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 and pack on your coming trip to Beijing.

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

Date   Average High Average Low Precipitation Extreme High Extreme Low
Jan 012℃-8℃0mm13℃(1976)-17℃(1966)
Jan 022℃-8℃0mm10℃(1976)-16℃(1977)
Jan 031℃-8℃0mm9℃(1963)-15℃(1969)
Jan 041℃-9℃0mm14℃(2002)-17℃(1971)
Jan 051℃-9℃0mm10℃(1995)-17℃(1970)
Jan 062℃-9℃0mm11℃(1995)-16℃(1955)
Jan 071℃-8℃0mm10℃(1995)-15℃(1955)
Jan 082℃-9℃0mm10℃(1995)-17℃(1968)
Jan 091℃-9℃0mm9℃(1984)-18℃(1951)
Jan 102℃-9℃0mm12℃(2002)-20℃(1951)
Jan 111℃-9℃0mm10℃(2002)-20℃(1951)
Jan 121℃-9℃0mm13℃(1975)-20℃(1951)
Jan 131℃-9℃0mm8℃(2003)-23℃(1951)
Jan 141℃-9℃0mm7℃(1986)-21℃(1951)
Jan 151℃-10℃0mm11℃(1971)-19℃(1951)
Jan 161℃-10℃0mm11℃(1986)-18℃(1967)
Jan 171℃-9℃0mm9℃(2007)-19℃(1953)
Jan 181℃-9℃0mm10℃(1969)-17℃(1958)
Jan 192℃-9℃0mm9℃(1952)-16℃(1977)
Jan 202℃-8℃0mm9℃(1961)-16℃(1966)
Jan 212℃-9℃0mm10℃(1955)-15℃(1951)
Jan 222℃-8℃0mm10℃(1959)-16℃(1951)
Jan 232℃-9℃0mm11℃(1979)-14℃(1976)
Jan 242℃-8℃0mm11℃(1979)-17℃(1960)
Jan 252℃-9℃0mm12℃(1979)-16℃(1966)
Jan 263℃-8℃0mm11℃(1992)-15℃(1976)
Jan 272℃-8℃0mm10℃(1952)-18℃(1972)
Jan 282℃-8℃0mm11℃(1987)-16℃(1960)
Jan 292℃-8℃0mm10℃(1983)-15℃(1960)
Jan 302℃-9℃0mm13℃(1993)-18℃(1973)
Jan 312℃-9℃0mm11℃(1951)-15℃(1973)

What is there to do in Beijing in January?

January 01 is the new year’s day. Here in China, we don’t pay as much attention as the western countries to the first day of the new year while we are most focused on Chinese lunar new year according to the lunar calendar.

Check out Top 8 Things to Do in Beijing in the Winter for more travel information in Beijing

But January 01 is also on the list of China’ official holidays. People have one day off on January 01. To prolong the new year holiday, one weekend will be borrowed to be added up to the new year holiday, so people can have a connected three days off for January 01 new year holiday.

If you visit Beijing on the new year’s day, you are required to book your hotel and train or flights well in advance due to the peak tourist period caused by the three-day holiday for the new year.

The cold weather keeps many people away, so some attraction sites are relatively crowd-free. If you’re planning to do any skiing in Beijing, January and is the high season.

So hotels and other accommodations in and around Beijing ski resorts are not cheap.

Though the January weather is definitely a deterrent for travelers, there are a couple of great reasons to visit Beijing in January – the low-cost and the thin crowds.

Beijing could be very cold and windy in January, and very dry also. The exciting point is that many of the city’s indoor areas are warmed by a 24-hour heating system.

January Events, Holidays & Festivals

1. January 01 – 03:  New Year Celebration 元旦新年

China attaches more importance to its own traditional new year – Chinese lunar new year, known as Spring Festival. So New Year’s day is celebrated not as much as it is in other parts of the world because Chinese Lunar New Year is coming soon.

However, people do enjoy one day paid holiday.  More and more young people follow up the western countries for a big holiday, holding parties, having excursions.

Each year the local tourism bureau will hold a fantastic “New Year Celebration” on the eve of the coming new year in a unique way.  Turn to a local travel agency or visit the tourism bureau’s official website for the new year celebration.

2. Xiaohan, or Minor Cold on Jan 05 小寒

The traditional Chinese lunar calendar classifies the year into 24 solar terms. Xiaohan, or Minor Cold, is the 23rd solar term, which falls on Jan 5 this year. Beijing and most areas in China have entered the bitter cold stage of winter.

3. National Police Day on Jan 10 中国人民警察节

China mark the Chinese people’s police day on Jan. 10 as of 2021, the Ministry of Public Security. Since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, more than 14,000 police officers have laid down their lives, according to figures released by Ministry of Public Security.

4. Dahan, or Major Cold on Jan 20 大寒

The traditional Chinese lunar calendar classifies the year into 24 solar terms. Major Cold, the laster term of the 24 solar terms. The weather is very cold. Special cuisine fit for Major Cold is Laba porridge.

5. January 21 is New Year’s Eve (2023)

New Year’s Eve is the last night of the end of the passing Chinese lunar year. New Year’s Eve is a time for family reunion and ancestor worship. New Year’s Eve is of special significance in the hearts of Chinese people. No matter how far away the wanderers are, they will rush home to reunite with their families. They will bid farewell to the Old Year with firecrackers and welcome the New Year with fireworks.

6. Spring Festival Jan 21 – 27 (2023)

From January 21 to 27 is the China’s biggest holiday lasting 7 days. Chunyun (Spring Festival), also known as China’s New Year’s Migration, is the largest human migration that takes place on earth every year. The travel rush usually starts 15 days before and 25 days after the Spring Festival and lasts for 40 days.

7. Beijing Spring Festival Temple Fair (春节庙会)

Beijing’s Spring Festival is full of cultural activities, but the most popular one is the Temple fair. However, due to the pandemic this year, the government has put forward proposals and requirements for the prevention and control of the pandemic during the New Year’s Day and Spring Festival, including urging citizens to spend the holidays in their own places, having family gatherings with no more than 10 people, strictly controlling national conference training activities in Beijing. So the temple fairs, cultural performances, exhibitions and sales promotions and other large-scale activities could be scaled down or cancelled.

8. Longqing Gorge Ice Lantern Festival 龙庆峡冰雪节

Opening in the middle of January
But if even it is delayed, you still can go there to have a glimpse of the ice festival site which is under preparation, still a fun.  See  How to Visit Longqing Gorge Ice Lantern Festival.

9. Longtan Ice and Snow Festival  龙潭湖冰雪节

Time: Jan 05 -Feb.20  (Subject to the winter temperature)
Venue: Longtan Lake
Entrance Fee: RMB50
See: Longtan Lake Park Ice and Snow Festival

10.  Shichahai Ice Skating Rink 什刹海溜冰场

Time: Jan 05 -Feb.10 (Subject to the winter temperature)
Venue: Shichahai ( Houhai Lake )
Opening Hours: 9:00 – 20:30
Entrance Fee: RMB 10
See: Houhai Winter Ice Skating Rink (Tips, Photos & Map)

Shichahai Ice Skating Rink

11. Ski Resorts in Beijing 北京滑雪场

Visiting a ski resort is a bonus added to make a perfect winter holiday in Beijing. No matter you are a keen skier or non-skier, you can rewind and entertain yourself in a ski resort around Beijing, skiing and participating in snow activities, or just sitting in a cozy snack bar and appreciating the white ski area over a cup of coffee or tea.

See: Top 10 Beijing Ski Resorts

Ski Resorts in Beijing

Beijing Travel Guide in Each Month (Weather, What to do)

Beijing in January Travel Guide Beijing in February Travel Guide
Beijing in March Travel Guide Beijing in April Travel Guide
Beijing in May Travel Guide Beijing in June Travel Guide
Beijing in July Travel Guide Beijing in August Travel Guide
Beijing in September Travel Guide Beijing in October Travel Guide
Beijing in November Travel Guide Beijing in December Travel Guide

Tip:  Hassle-free Beijing Guided Tours

If you don’t want to do a self-guided tour and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours, here are some options for organized tours to Beijing:

Beijing Winter tour
Car Rental in Beijing
Beijing Day Tour
Beijing Tour Packages
Great Wall Tour
Beijing Tour
China City Tours
China Tour

Further Readings


Top 10 Ski Resorts in Beijing
Top 10 Ice Rinks in Beijing
Houhai Winter Ice Skating Rink
How to Visit Great Wall of China in Winter
Top Things to Do in Beijing in the Winter
How to Visit Longqing Gorge Ice Lantern Festival
What to see and do at the temple fairs in Beijing
Snow and Ice at Bird’s Nest (National Stadium)
How to Spend Spring Festival in Beijing
How to Spend Christmas Eve in Beijing
Longtan Lake Park Temple Fair

北京1月份旅游小贴士
Top 10 Attractions in Beijing
How to Visit Forbidden City
How to Visit Temple of Heaven
How to Visit Summer Palace
How to Visit Ming Tombs
How to Visit the Great Wall of China
How to Visit Tiananmen Square
How to Visit Hutongs
How to Visit Olympic Sites

Top 10 Markets in Beijing
Top 10 Shopping Malls in Beijing
Beijing Shopping

Wangfujing Night Snack Street
Qianmen Commercial Street
Beijing Huguosi Street

Any questions, just drop a line.

Beijing in December Travel Guide (Weather, Wear, Events & Tips)

Sunday, November 27th, 2022
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Plan your Beijing winter tour? Most people choose to visit Beijing in Autumn or spring, but there are some who would like to travel Beijing in December, not just because of Christmas holiday…

The weather in December in Beijing

December is the actual beginning of Beijing’s long winter season which lasts 4 months from November 15 to next year’s March 15. In December Beijing is cold and windy.

Beijing is a dry city, not much snow in winter. Sometimes there is some snow in later December. Sometimes there is no snow at all for the whole December.

Summer Palace in Snow

Beijing could be very windy in December. Don’t stay outside for long time if you are in a windy day. As for what to wear on your December Beijing tours, you may check below each day ‘s average temperature according to the past  50 years’ climate data.

What to Wear in Beijing in December

Winter Great Wall Hike is a bit challenging mainly due to the frozen weather in later December, January and early February each year in Beijing. Check How to dress for visiting Great Wall in winter.

You are advised to dress warmly – winter hat with ear flap, ear warmers, gloves, scarf, warm jackets and the winter accessories.

Historical Climate  Data for December 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 December Realtime Weather Photos  for more information on the Beijing weather images in December.

Date      Average high   Average low  Precipitation  Extreme High Extreme low
Dec 015℃                   -4℃0mm13℃(2008)-13℃(1966)
Dec 025℃-4℃0mm13℃(1983)-13℃(1952)
Dec 035℃-4℃0mm20℃(1989)-12℃(1952)
Dec 046℃-4℃0mm17℃(1989)-11℃(1952)
Dec 055℃-5℃0mm12℃(1955)-14℃(1952)
Dec 064℃-5℃0mm10℃(1983)-13℃(1965)
Dec 075℃-5℃                 0mm13℃(1983)-13℃(1985)
Dec 084℃-6℃0mm12℃(1983)-16℃(1967)
Dec 095℃-5℃0mm12℃(2004)-14℃(1985)
Dec 105℃-5℃0mm13℃(1951)-13℃(1956)
Dec 114℃-5℃0mm13℃(1958)-14℃(1967)
Dec 124℃-6℃0mm10℃(1988)-12℃(1972)
Dec 133℃-6℃0mm9℃(1998)-13℃(1967)
Dec 143℃-6℃0mm10℃(1963)-14℃(1961)
Dec 153℃-7℃        0mm13℃(1998)-14℃(1967)
Dec 164℃-6℃0mm13℃(1951)-14℃(1952)
Dec 173℃-6℃0mm12℃(1951)-14℃(1965)
Dec 18  3℃-7℃0mm13℃(1951)-15℃(1952)
Dec 193℃-7℃0mm           11℃(1951)          -18℃(1952)
Dec 203℃-7℃0mm14℃(1951)-18℃(1952)
Dec 213℃-7℃0mm11℃(1998)-16℃(1971)
Dec 223℃-7℃0mm11℃(1963)-14℃(1956)
Dec 233℃-7℃0mm14℃(1962)-16℃(1967)
Dec 242℃-8℃0mm16℃(1996)-15℃(1967)
Dec 252℃       -7℃0mm10℃(1987)-16℃(1970)
Dec 262℃-8℃0mm10℃(1987)-14℃(1966)
Dec 272℃-8℃0mm13℃(1987)-18℃(1966)
Dec 281℃-8℃0mm14℃(1987)-18℃(1967)
Dec 291℃-8℃0mm8℃(1987)-15℃(1966)
Dec 302℃-8℃0mm9℃(1975)-16℃(1967)
Dec 31    2℃-8℃0mm10℃(1973)-18℃(1965

December Events, Holidays& Festivals

Most people choose to visit Beijing in Autumn or spring, but there are some who would like to travel Beijing in December, not just because of Christmas holiday…

Annual Events and Festivals

1. National Legal Publicity Day 全国法制宣传日
The National Legal Publicity Day falls on 4 December which was inaugurated in 2001.  It is aimed at promoting the constitution sprite as well as building a harmonious society in China.

2. Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre 南京大屠杀纪念日
This special day falls on 13 December.  The museum’s official name is called the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders (侵华日军南京大屠杀遇难同胞纪念馆). The museum tells the overwhelming atrocities of raping, killing, burning and looting committed by the Japanese forces of aggression during the six weeks from December 13 to January, 1938.

3.  Ski Resorts in Beijing 北京滑雪场
Visiting a ski resort is a bonus added to make a perfect winter holiday in Beijing. No matter you are a keen skier or non-skier, you can rewind and entertain yourself in a ski resort around Beijing, skiing and participating in snow activities, or just sitting in a cozy snack bar and appreciating the white ski area over a cup of coffee or tea.
Check out The Top 10 Ski Resorts in Beijing for more information.

4. Christmas Eve in Beijing
Christmas Eve for the West is similar to the New Year’s Eve of Chinese lunar new year for the Chinese, a time for family reunion. This western religious festival is getting its popularity in China, especially in the big cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and more. Check out How to Spend Christmas Eve in Beijing for more information.

5. New Year Eve Ceremony 新年之夜欢庆
Each year the local tourism bureau will hold a fantastic “New Year Celebration” on the eve of the coming new year in a unique way.  Turn to a local travel agency or visit the tourism bureau’s official website for the new year celebration.

6. Heavy Snow on December 7 大雪
It begins to snow heavily. Heavy Snow is one of the 24  solar terms in China.

7.Winter Solstice on December 21 冬至
One of the 24 solar terms in China, it has the shortest daytime of a year. After the day, many places in China go into the coldest period.

Beijing Travel Guide in Each Month (Weather, What to do)

Beijing in January Travel GuideBeijing in February Travel Guide
Beijing in March Travel GuideBeijing in April Travel Guide
Beijing in May Travel GuideBeijing in June Travel Guide
Beijing in July Travel GuideBeijing in August Travel Guide
Beijing in September Travel GuideBeijing in October Travel Guide
Beijing in November Travel GuideBeijing in December Travel Guide

Beijing Winter Tour

Tip:  Hassle-free Beijing Guided Winter Tours

If you don’t want to do a self-guided tour and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours,  here are some options for guided tours to Beijing:

Beijing Winter tour
Car Rental in Beijing
Beijing Day Tour
Beijing Tour Packages
Great Wall Tour
Beijing Tour
China City Tours
China Tour

Further Readings


Best Time to Visit Beijing
How to plan a trip to Beijing

Top 10 Attractions in Beijing
Top 10 Tourist Scams Beijing
How to Visit Forbidden City
How to Visit Temple of Heaven
How to Visit Summer Palace
How to Visit Ming Tombs
How to Visit the Great Wall of China
How to Visit Tiananmen Square
How to Visit Hutongs
How to Visit Olympic Sites

Top 10 Markets in Beijing
Top 10 Shopping Malls in Beijing
Beijing Shopping

Wangfujing Night Snack Street
Qianmen Commercial Street
Beijing Huguosi Street

Any questions, just drop a line.