Dali Weather in January
Dali Weather and Climate in January
When you travel to Dali in January, Dali experiences mostly sunny weather with a great difference in temperature from day to night. The temperature varies from 2°C (36°F) to 16°C (61°F). What’s more, January is part of the dry season in Dali, which means there’s less rainfall. January is the off season in Dali as a result of its climate situation, so it’s a great chance to experience its beautiful scenery with some cheap travel.
Historical Dali Average Daily Temperatures in January
|January||Average High||Average Low|
|1||15.3°C / 59.5°F||2.3°C / 36.1°F|
|2||15.3°C / 59.5°F||2.3°C / 36.1°F|
|3||15.4°C / 59.7°F||2.3°C / 36.1°F|
|4||15.4°C / 59.7°F||2.3°C / 36.1°F|
|5||15.4°C / 59.7°F||2.3°C / 36.1°F|
|6||15.4°C / 59.7°F||2.4°C / 36.3°F|
|7||15.4°C / 59.7°F||2.4°C / 36.3°F|
|8||15.4°C / 59.7°F||2.4°C / 36.3°F|
|9||15.5°C / 59.9°F||2.4°C / 36.3°F|
|10||15.5°C / 59.9°F||2.4°C / 36.3°F|
|11||15.5°C / 59.9°F||2.5°C / 36.5°F|
|12||15.6°C / 60.1°F||2.5°C / 36.5°F|
|13||15.6°C / 60.1°F||2.5°C / 36.5°F|
|14||15.6°C / 60.1°F||2.5°C / 36.5°F|
|15||15.7°C / 60.3°F||2.6°C / 36.6°F|
|16||15.7°C / 60.3°F||2.6°C / 36.6°F|
|17||15.7°C / 60.3°F||2.6°C / 36.6°F|
|18||15.8°C / 60.4°F||2.7°C / 36.8°F|
|19||15.8°C / 60.4°F||2.7°C / 36.8°F|
|20||15.8°C / 60.4°F||2.7°C / 36.8°F|
|21||15.9°C / 60.6°F||2.8°C / 37°F|
|22||15.9°C / 60.6°F||2.8°C / 37°F|
|23||15.9°C / 60.6°F||2.8°C / 37°F|
|24||15.9°C / 60.6°F||2.9°C / 37.2°F|
|25||16°C / 60.8°F||2.9°C / 37.2°F|
|26||16°C / 60.8°F||2.9°C / 37.2°F|
|27||16°C / 60.8°F||3°C / 37.4°F|
|28||16.1°C / 61°F||3°C / 37.4°F|
|29||16.1°C / 61°F||3.1°C / 37.5°F|
|30||16.2°C / 61.2°F||3.1°C / 37.5°F|
|31||16.2°C / 61.2°F||3.2°C / 37.7°F|
What to Wear for a January Dali Trip
It’s necessary to pack thick clothes considerate the cold weather. What’s more, you’d better wear thick clothes at night. Erhai Lake is worth a visit. If you have enough time, riding a bike around it is a comfortable and unique experience.
Places to Visit in January Dali
- Erhai Lake:
It is worth to visit. If you have enough time, riding a bike around it is a comfortable and unique experience.
Dali Ancient Town:
It was once the center of Yunnan Province in terms of politics, economy and culture, is worth visiting because of its long history.
Baoxiang Hanging Temple :
Baoxiang Temple is also called as Shibao Temple. It is known as the “Hanging Temple of Yunnan” since it is situated on the steep cliff.
Shizhong Mountain Grottoes:
Located in Shizhong Shan Mountain (石钟山) of the Shibao Shan mountain range, the Shizhong Shan Grottoes (石钟山石窟) are also sometimes referred to as the Shibao Shan Grottoes (石宝山石窟), or “Stone Treasure Mountain Grottoes.” Housed in buildings clutching the mountainside, these ancient grottoes house Buddhists sculptures, statues of Bai deities of the ancient Nanzhao and Dali Kingdoms.
It is another scenic spot to choose. If you would like to enjoy natural beauty,