Top 10 Coolest Cities in China

Summer is coming, the weather is hot, summer summer has become a popular choice for popular tourism, where are the domestic summer resorts?Including Kunming, Guiyang, Xining, Lijiang, Liupanshan, Dalian, Yantai, Anshun, Harbin and other best summer cities in China, let's learn about the cities suitable for summer travel or living in China.

1: Kunming

Average temperature in July: 18℃~25℃. Kunming is located in a low-latitude plateau, with an annual average temperature of 15°C, a monthly average temperature of 19°C in the hottest period, and an average monthly temperature of 7.5°C in the coldest period.Kunming is positioned as a "famous historical and cultural city". Among them, elements other than the summer vacation, such as ethnic minorities, the army lecture hall, the Golden Horse and Jade Rooster, wild mushrooms, flower cakes, slow rhythm, etc., have also become netizens' choice of Kunming's "summer travel destination."

2: Guiyang

Guiyang is a plateau city with "a city in the mountains, a mountain in the city, surrounded by green belts, surrounded by forests, the city is in the forest, and the forest is in the city". Climate, the annual average temperature is 15.3 °C, the annual extreme maximum temperature is 35.1 °C, and the annual extreme minimum temperature is -7.3 °C.Guiyang has no sweltering heat in summer. The average temperature in summer is 23.2°C, and the average maximum temperature is between 25-28°C. In late July, the hottest month, the average temperature is only 23.7°C, and the morning and evening are also cool.

3: Xi Ning

Xining is surrounded by mountains, with no severe cold in winter and no sweltering heat in summer, and the climate is pleasant. Meteorological data shows that the annual average temperature of Xining is 7.6°C, the highest temperature is 34.6°C, and the lowest temperature is -18.9°C. Among them, the average temperature in summer is 17°C to 19°C. It is known as the "cool city in the world" and the "summer capital of China". Summer resort.

4: Li Jiang

Lijiang is located in the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, with a high altitude. The average temperature in the hottest summer is 18.1℃-25.7℃. Among them, the lowest temperature in Lijiang in July is 16 ℃ and the highest temperature is 24 ℃, so the summer in Lijiang is not only very cool, but also a good season for tourists and friends to travel to Lijiang. In the midsummer every year, Lijiang is almost selected as a summer city, which is an affirmation of Lijiang as a summer resort. Lijiang Ancient Town, Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, Lashihai, and Lugu Lake are widely recognized as good places to escape the summer heat.

5: Liu Pan Shui

Liupanshui City has no severe cold in winter and no extreme heat in summer. It has a cool and comfortable climate for more than 223 days throughout the year. It is a rare summer resort in low latitude and high altitude areas. It is a veritable natural large air conditioner and no summer large oxygen bar. With a temperature of 13-14°C and an average temperature of less than 20°C in summer, it is known as the "cool capital of China" and has been selected as one of the top ten summer tourist cities in the country for several consecutive times. Liupanshui City has been listed many times as a global summer resort city and a Chinese summer resort city.

6: Dalian

Dalian is located in the warm temperate zone and has a special maritime climate. Influenced by the geographical environment that one side is surrounded by mountains and three sides are close to the sea, the climate is characterized by four distinct seasons, no severe cold in winter, no extreme heat in summer, mild climate, humid air, concentrated precipitation, and obvious monsoon. , the annual average temperature is 10 degrees Celsius, and the summer temperature is more than 20 degrees. The climate is cool and pleasant, and it is a natural summer resort.

7: Yantai

Yantai has a temperate monsoon climate and is one of the few cities in China facing the sea in the north. It has obvious maritime characteristics, so the weather is drier and cooler in summer and warmer in winter. With an annual average temperature of about 12°C, it is a famous summer resort and leisure resort in northern China. From late July to early August are the 20 hottest days in Yantai's summer. According to historical data, even in these 20 hottest days, Yantai's summer is still very pleasant. The average temperature in the urban area is around 25.9°C, and the average maximum temperature is around 29.3°C.

Top 8: Anshun

Anshun has no severe cold in winter and no heat in summer. It is known as a natural "big oxygen bar" and "big air conditioner". The average temperature in eight or nine months of the year is around 10 degrees Celsius. The average temperature in July is 21.9 degrees Celsius in Anshun. Compared with summer resorts such as Lushan (22.5°C) and Chengde (25.0°C), it is more than 1-2°C lower.

9: Haerbin

As a metropolis with the northernmost location, the highest latitude and the lowest temperature in China, Harbin is located in the east of the Songnen Plain, on the right bank of the Songhua River. The average temperature is about 19-22 degrees, and the temperature difference between day and night is large. It is warm and cool, suitable for summer vacations. The average temperature in July is about 23 degrees Celsius, making it a popular summer city in China.

10: Qin huang dao

Qinhuangdao is an ideal summer resort in China. It is located in the temperate monsoon region and is close to the Bohai Sea, and belongs to the warm temperate semi-humid continental monsoon climate. Due to the great influence of the ocean, the spring is dry and rainy, the summer is warm without extreme heat, the autumn is cool and sunny, and the winter is long without severe cold. The city's average temperature is 11.1°C, with an average maximum of 24.8°C and a minimum of -8.9°C.

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