Beijing Opera (Night Tour)

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Beijing Opera (Night Tour)

From US$42 per adult

Destination:

Beijing

Duration: 1 Days & 0 Nights
Tour Type: Seat-in-Coach Tours
Tour Code: BJSIC-9H

Summary:

Discover the wonders of Beijing show culture! This tour will take you on an evening trip through the traditional show arts of China.

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Notes: The above rates is based on 2-person group of twin sharing room.

Start Date
End Date
Adult (12+)
Children (2-12)
Rooms
US$ 84

1Highlights & Map

Peking Opera, round way transfers, English-speaking tour guide.

2Itinerary

  • Tour Description:
    The Beijing Opera is a traditional form of night entertainment that combines music, singing, mime, dance and acrobatics. The Opera was very popular in the Qing Dynasty and has come to be regarded as on of China’s culture treasures. Book tickets with BOTRIP and you will be able to enjoy one if Chinas treasured art forms.

    Tour Itinerary:
    Pick up service by your tour guide and driver at 5:30PM-6:30PM
    Show Viewing (7:15pm-8:45pm)
    Drop-off service at your hotel
    Note Times listed above may vary due to factors outside the control of the Tour Guide and Driver (Example- traffic or weather conditions)

Note:

  1. The approximate day tour itinerary & schedule above is for reference only, and may vary according to your travel date and group size. The Itinerary & schedule is subject to change at the time of booking order is confirmed.
  2. Note: Tipping is now considered by many locals to be a part of their normal remuneration. However, this is a matter of personal discretion.

3Price Policy

Price Includes

  • Pick-up and drop-off service for Beijing downtown hotels.
  • Sightseeing program for seat-in-coach tour as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Local English-speaking tour guide for pick-up, drop-off and sightseeing program as indicated.
  • Entrance fees to scenic spots as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Parking fee toll fee wherever applicable.

Price Excludes

  • Meals.
  • Accommodation cost.
  • Flight/train ticket.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities, etc.
  • Gratuities to the tour guide, driver, hotel bellboy.
  • Services not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Traveler insurance.
  • For uptown hotel, extra money will be charged.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for Tours Reservation
Cancellation in advance Cancellation penalty
More than 30 days No Cancellation Fee
30-10 days 50% of the full payment
9-0 days or no show 100% of the full payment

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5Reviews

Reviews (80% / overall satisfaction:)
would
recommend

Ms. Mr. Llamaschool

(United Kingdom/Britain)

Apr.26, 2016

Overall Satisfaction:
"Better to be prepared with back groud information before the show."
You might watch Cannes Palme d'Or winner Farewell My Concubine before you decide to take in a Beijing Opera show. This venue is special in that it gives newcomers an introduction to Beijing Opera which can be a total shock if you've not been acclimated to the high-pitched vocals, extremely stylized movements, stereotyped characters that are immediately recognized by a Chinese audience, and so-on. Translations into English are given..at lightening speed, but that can't be helped on overhead monitors, and the one hour performance consists of four or five excerpts from some of the funniest or most impressive routines from the Beijing Opera repertoire. Still, on the night I went, at least five different tour groups of 30 people were in the audience and two of these groups filed in 10 minutes late, interrupting the show. 5-10 minutes later, 90 of these clowns had stood up and filed out of the theater, presumably because they were bored or unimpressed. If you think Peking Opera might really appeal to you, be prepared for this reaction from the uninitiated audience or better yet just attend a performance at one of the opera venues that does not try to introduce the genre to clueless foreign tourists.

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