Hong Kong has a subtropical and monsoonal climate. The hottest month is July with an average temperature of 28.8°C (82°F) while the coldest month is January with an average temperature of 15.8°C (61°F). The best time to visit Hong Kong is between the months of October to March when it is pleasant and rainfall is less.
These are quiet a few basic information about Hong Kong useful for tourists desirous of a visit. For those interested in Buddhist tourism, it is important to know that Hong Kong is not entirely a Buddhist country. Rather, the people of Hong Kong have high degree of religious freedom and the population is a good mix of followers of Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Christainity and Islam. Nonetheless Buddhist tourists have plenty of reasons to make a trip to the country. The prime amongst these is a visit to the world's largest seated bronze statue of the Buddha in the Po Lin Monastery on the Lantau Island. Apart from this, there area a number of other Buddhist monasteries and temples that make for a worthwhile trip to the country.
This section will provide you information on all these Buddhist destinations and attractions. Additionally, you will also find information on hotels. Some well designed tour packages will be useful for those of you who are visiting for the first time.
So, do not delay, for here's is an opportunity for you to see and enjoy the best of Buddhist attractions in Hong Kong.