Guilin Climate

Guilin lies in the northeast of Guangxi Province . The weather in this region is normally under the control of the tropical monsoon, which is considered to be of seasons distinct, pleasant temperature, and abundant rainfall. The native people describe the climate with this proverb "Scarcely snowing in winter, perennially flowers blossoming".

Spring is warm with some rain, building up towards May and June, the wettest months. On rainy days, the rivers, pinnacles and the city itself can be shrouded in mist, which is especially enchanting.

Summer in Guilin can be hot and humid, but the beauty to be found out doors is quite adequate compensation.Guilin 's annual rainfall is about 1926 mm (80 inches).

Autumn is beautiful as the weather cools. The terraced fields of Longsheng are wonderfully golden in the harvest season at the end of September or beginning of October.

Winter is cold and moist. The coldest month is January; the average temperature being 7.6 degrees C and the hottest is July where average temperature is 28.3 degree centigrade. Winter is the low season so Guilin is less crowded and it is cheaper to travel.