Typhoon is the common pain point for travelers and sparrows in September in Hong Kong
There was a survey to count the number of sparrows in Hong Kong.
The figure of 2020 is 260,000.
Although the number of sparrows remains stable in the last few years, sparrows always face one challenge in September, i.e. the destructive typhoon!
Typhoons destroy trees, cause floods, make sparrows homeless and bring the city to a standstill.
So the challenge for sparrows in September is also the pain point for travelers.
When the whole city stops due to typhoon, travelers cannot do anything, instead of staying at hotel.
It is better for the travelers to skip the September pain point and come to Hong Kong later, then you can have the easier private car tour of Frank the tour guide.
Typhoon’s destruction impacts sparrows and travelers
Hong Kong’s typhoon season is May to November.
The strongest typhoon mostly hit Hong Kong in September.
Super Typhoon Mangkhut hit Hong Kong in September 2018.
Government reported to the Legislative Council that Super-typhoon Mangkhut has caused extensive damage to trees, and over 60 800 tree failure reports have been received.
This meant a lot of sparrows lost their homes.
The gale, heavy rainfall, broken trees and serious flooding made the city to a standstill.
If travelers are “lucky enough” to stay in Hong Kong on the day when a typhoon is hitting Hong Kong, travelers can just stay at the hotel to keep your safety and your “good luck”!
Travelers would not be able to do anything, including Frank’s private car tour, when the city is at a standstill due to the super typhoon’s direct hit!
If you can, skip the September’s pain point and come later, you can have the easier private car tour of Frank the tour guide
Although September is the traditional low season and you can get the lower room rate, typhoon-related bad weather may largely impact your holiday and the life of sparrows in Hong Kong.
So if you can, skip the September bad weather pain point and go to Hong Kong later, you can have the easier private car tour of Frank the tour guide.
Of course you can see the happier Hong Kong sparrows, which have happy families on the tree tops!