Paris flights from $861 return
Valid for travel on select dates between December 2019 and June 2020 with Air China. Sample fare departs from Sydney.
We’ve taken into account clear skies, pleasant temperatures, less crowds and budget-friendly flights to figure out the winning time to see China.
April-June and September-October
Spring and autumn afford cool, pleasant temperatures throughout most of China’s popular cities. Travelling during these dates also means you’ll avoid the major school holiday breaks around the world (July-August and December-January).
China experiences all four seasons. Expect cold and snow in the winter and heat and humidity in the summer. As the country is so vast, temperatures vary greatly depending on your location and elevation, so it’s best to decide which cities you’d like to see before deciding on when to visit them.
China is a popular destination with Australians and business people, so for less crowds and bigger bargains, steer clear during the holiday peak periods of June-July and December.
Best time to visit China, weather wise: April-June and September-October offer cool weather in many tourist destinations.
Cheapest time to visit China: You can find the lowest prices from December to February as the weather drops to freezing in many tourist cities. For bargains with more pleasant temperatures, search for deals between March and April or between October and November when the weather is either warming up or cooling down.
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|14 Nov 2019||Up to 50% off experiences + Extra $15 off with code||EXT****|
|13 Nov 2019||Extra 10% off with code||FIN****|
|7 Nov 2019||Year-end sale: Extra $40 off experiences with code||YEA****|
|5 Nov 2019||Extra 15% off Australia-wide business flights with code||FMZ****|
|5 Nov 2019||Up to 75% off worldwide hotels + extra 5% off with code||FIN****|
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