China is one of the most developed countries in the world, which also known for its culture and beautiful places. One of the best tourist spots in Xiamen, a port city on China's southeast coast, across a strait from Taiwan. It encompasses two main islands and a region on the mainland. Formerly known as Amoy, it was a British-run treaty port from 1842 to 1912. It’s a vehicle-free island with beaches and meandering streets lined with old colonial villas which give everyone a different experience in their life.
Xiamen is suitable for travel all the year-round, and the best time to visit Xiamen is in spring and autumn, especially from April to November every year. During spring, it is the golden time to travel to Xiamen. The weather in spring changes a lot and there easily appears low temperature and overcast and rainy days. The average temperature is about 16.8℃~24.3 ℃ while another golden time to travel to Xiamen will be Autumn months, including September, October, and November. Spring is a season with little rain, and October is a month mostly influenced by the typhoon. The average temperature in this season is about 21.2℃. Others can also visit Xiamen during Summer and Winter for cheaper fare and lesser crowds. During summer, it is the hottest season in Xiamen. The extreme maximum temperature can reach more than 35℃. This season is mostly influenced by tropical storm and typhoon. The average temperature in Xiamen's summer is about 27.4 ℃. The average temperature in winter in Xiamen is about 13.3℃. In this season, cold wave, severe cold air, frost and coastal gale often appear.
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Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport – It is the airport serving the city of Xiamen in Fujian Province, China. It is the main base of XiamenAir and TAECO, an aircraft maintenance provider. The airport is located on the north side of Xiamen Island. Construction of a new terminal (Terminal 4) started in October 2011 and was completed in 2014. In 2012, Xiamen airport was the 8th busiest airport in China in terms of cargo traffic, and the 11th busiest in terms of passenger traffic with 17,354,076 passengers and the 10th busiest airport by traffic movements.
In Xiamen (formerly known as Amoy), and on the small neighbouring island of Gulangyu (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the climate is subtropical, with mild winters and hot, rainy, and muggy summers (due to the monsoon). The city is also an island, and it's located in southeastern China, in the province of Fujian. At a short distance, we find other small islands, belonging to Taiwan, the Kinmen Islands (or Jinmen). Rainfall is around 1,200 millimetres (48 inches) per year and the rainiest period is from April to September, when rainfall exceeds 100 mm (4 in) per month, while the least rainy period is from November to January when it drops below 40 mm (1.6 in) per month. Winter, from December to February, is mild, with highs around 17 °C/19 °C (63 °F/67 °F). Spring, from March to May, is very mild or pleasantly warm, but the sky is almost always cloudy, in addition, there may be fog in March and April. In March, a cold wind can still blow, with highs around 13/15 °C (55/59 °F), especially in the first half of the month. The long summer, from June to September, is hot, humid, and rainy. June is the wettest month, and it is not very sunny, then the situation improves a bit. Daytime temperatures are around 30/32 °C (86/90 °F). In the short autumn, in October and November, the rains become rare and generally not abundant, and the sun is more frequent than in spring.