has a history of about 200 years, now it becomes more and more popular
as it is a combination of stylized acting, singing, acrobatics and
colorful costumes. There are four main types in Peking Opera: Sheng,
Dan, Jing and Chou. They have different characters, costumes and show
their inner world by performance. After the founding of the People’s
Republic of China, Peking Opera troupes in China made several trips
abroad, such as Europe, America, and Africa etc. Today Peking Opera has
won praise around the world. Spot：Opera
House in Huguang Guil hall Performance Time：07：30pm
has a long history and is one of the most popular art forms in China.
Performers have achieved worldwide fame for their wonderful skills and
marvelous acts. Everyone, regardless of the young or the old, the
educated or not, can easily understand it while watching or seeing the
acrobats perform. There is no language barrier and borders of culture.
It is true that acrobatic performers performed perfectly on the stage in
only ten minutes while they must spend most of their time to practice
and practice. So when you are astonished at their superb skills, do not
forget to show your respect to them! Spot: Chaoyang Theater Performance
Beijing Roast Duck
there is an old saying that if you come to Beijing without the taste of
Beijing Roast Duck just like you have not been here. Tourist who come to
Beijing all want to have a taste Beijing Roast Duck, because it is the
most typical local flavored food in Beijing with a history of over 600
years, dating back to the Ming Dynasty. The duck dinner served together
with some thin pancakes, green onions and sweet soybean paste. That is
really wonderful taste!
has a long history in Beijing. As the Forbidden City is the symbol of
China's royal family, the zigzag Hutongs in Beijing show the real life
of the common people. When you visit Hutong by rickshaw, you could
really taste the life of common people in Beijing. Old houses, narrow
streets, small courtyard and traditional quadrangle along the Hutong all
attract your attention. You could really feel that Hutong culture not
only influences local people’s way of living, but also influences their
thoughts and actions.
Lao She’s Teahouse
This is one exciting
cultural place at Qianmen off the main tourist itinerary. It is named
after the drama Teahouse by Chinese author, Lao She. Although an attempt
to give a taste of a Beijing tea-house during Lao She’s time, it has
instead transformed into a wonderful entertainment house with short
shows by comedians, singers, musicians, acrobats and opera performers.
In short, one can have a kaleidoscopic view of Beijing culture while
sipping tea with light refreshment. An adjacent room display paintings,
art objects like paper cuttings, figurines, antiques, kites and jade
We have private night tours to those destinations. We
have pre-purchased tickets for the night shows.
Please visit our
Tour pages to learn more about our packages.
Beijing Public Transport Card (IC Card)
The public transportation system in Beijing including
buses and subways use IC Card for easy and fast ticketing. The IC Card
is pre-paid card with deposits of different amount. One card one person.
Our recommend amount to deposit that is sufficient for your Beijing
tours is RMB100 (actual value is RMB75 after RMB25 non-refundable card
admin fee), about USD15. We are going to purchase the cards for our
members. The handling fee is $5 per card. Please pay $20 in total for
each card. Please inform us of how many cards you need to purchase at