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Weather Condition In May

Is May too hot for tourist in HK?

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answered by
Claudia from New York City

May is when you’ll experience hotter days with higher humidity compared to the early spring months. The temperature hovers around 75-87 degrees Fahrenheit (24 to 31 degrees Celsius). Evenings are usually cooler.

But the good news is Hong Kong has a huge network of tunnels, overpasses, walkways that link from building to building. If you are in central Hong Kong, you often won’t even need to walk on the pavement. You are above ground, in air-conditioned buildings, strolling along on covered walkways protected from the rain and the sun.

On another note, the time from May to the end of November is typhoon season in Hong Kong. The city is equipped to let the public know well in advance before a typhoon makes landfall, so there’s no reason to worry about it, although the season does bring along frequent rainfall.

To answer your question, May is not too hot for tourists. The hottest months are July and August where temperature is often above 88 degrees Fahrenheit (31 degrees Celsius).

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answered by
Alice from Hong Kong

As Hong Kong is located in a subtropical area, its climate is generally mild.

So, May is not too hot.

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I just came back from Hong Kong for a 6 days vacation, it was raining most of the time, when its not raining its foggy but u still can go out with shirt tshirt. Make sure u have an umbrella and dont make the rain stops you. I still had so much fun in Hong Kong

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May is not the hottest month but yes it is hot. Air conditioners are everywhere in HK so do''t worry.

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