The Sichuan Opera is a one-of-a-kind cultural experience you have to see in China. If you want tickets, we've got you covered.
With Chengdu's thick characteristic of leisure and enjoyment, people here sure know how to enjoy the night. This tour offers you the chance to get to know an important part of Chengdu culture －the Sichuan opera and its mysterious techniques.
Get to know the Sichuan Opera during a 1.5-hour performance in Chengdu's Shufeng Yayun Teahouse. You'll be blown away by all its unique elements— dazzling set design, colorful costumes, beautiful melodies and intense action. The ultimate VIP experience includes ear grooming, or Chinese massage or a show costume dress up session or facial makeup with a complimentary photograph.
Head to Shufeng Yayun Teahouse, a popular gathering spot among Chengdu people located in the Chengdu Culture Park.
Explore the construction a bit and get seated. The VIP tickets mean you'll get access to a luxurious chair, a relaxing massage and ear grooming session.
Enjoy the spectacular Sichuan opera as weak as a traditional tea service. Sichuan opera usually includes art forms like Tuhuo(Spitting Fire), Gundeng(Rolling Light) and Bianlian (Changing Faces).
If you get a VIP upgrade, venture to the backstage after the show to witness the process of applying a traditional Sichuan opera mask. What's more, you can even dress up in costume with stage makeup!
Children's price is 10.00 less than adults' price.
You can reschedule or cancel your trip at zero cost up to 5 days before your travel date.
Cancellations received less than 5 days prior to your travel date is not acceptable.
If you want to make any adjustments (e.g. travel date, number of participants, itinerary etc.) to your trip, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exclusions: Hotel pickup and drop-off
Special Reminding: One participant's passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking, and the current valid passport is required on the day of travel.
Show starts at 8pm. Before departing, it is recommended to make sure to ask your hotel's front desk to write out the name and address of your hotel in English and Chinese, or take along the hotel's business card to facilitate an easy return trip.