Beijing Tours in August


August in Beijing: Guided Weather, Tour, & Events

August in Beijing: Guided Weather, Tour, & Events

Beijing Weather Condition in August

Beijing will still be hot, while summer is on the wane in August. However, this year, Beijing will see the unseasonably large amounts of rainfall in August, so it would be relatively wet.

Average temperatures in August range from 20.2 to 29.4℃ in Beijing, so umbrella and sun scream are needed if you’re travelling in August.

Top-Rated Tours in Beijing August

August is still the off-season for tourism in Beijing, because the weather is still not perfect for travelling. Thereby, you can book the off-season promotion tours, planes, hotels, events and restaurants. In this way, you can have a really budget tour in Beijing.

Here are some of our favorite Beijing tours for your travel in August 2010, which are specially tailored to cool you down in the hot days.

Great Wall Special Theme Tour

Choose a Beijing Great Wall hiking tour to escape the urban crowds and agitation. Our tours take in the special activities around the Great Wall, including, hot springs, bird watching, commune, schoolhouse, house-riding, shooting, etc.

Beijing Hutong Tours

Beijing hutongs are usually quiet and cool because they are the secluded areas in urban Beijing. Travelling around the ancient alley by bike, rickshaw, or walking is a way to wind down yourself from the hustle and bustle metropolis.

Beijing Highlights Tour

It is an affordable and luxury way to see and enjoy Beijing best with comfortable private vehicle and qualified guide speaking your language.

Events in Beijing August

Event Guide: Art

  1. All Month – Tibetan Saddles
    Show featuring photos of the Litang horse festival plus antique equestrian accoutrements.
    Where: Torana House
  2. August 5-31 – Ma Lu 2006
    Ma Lu presents a solo exhibition of his recent works at his new gallery.
    Where: Xin Beijing Art Gallery
  3. August 1 through October 15 – Scream before Burned
    Contemporary Wood Cut, Silkscreen Print Group Show featuring new talent from China’s top arts academies.
    Where: Amelie Art Gallery

Event Guide: Classical Music:

  1. August 14-15, 7:30 p.m. – Asian Youth Symphony
    Program includes works by Mozart, Mahler, Dvorak and Barber.
    Where: Forbidden City Concert Hall
    Details: Dial +86 (0)10 6559 8285
  2. August 19, 7:30 p.m. – Children’s Chorus of the China National Symphony
    Where: Forbidden City Concert Hall
    Details: Dial +86 (0)10 6559 8285

Event Guide: Traditional Music:

  1. August 12, 7:30pm – China Broadcasting Chinese Orchestra Easy listening tunes by this ensemble, consisting entirely of traditional instruments.
    Where:Beijing Concert Hall
    Details: Dial +86 (0)10 6605 7006
  2. August 18, 7:30pm – Beijing International Children’s Chorus This group of children has traveled the world, performing a mix of Chinese and Western songs.
    Where:Beijing Concert Hall
    Details: Dial +86 (0)10 6605 7006

Event Guide: Contemporary Music:

  1. Every Tuesday, 9:30pm – Xiao He, Wang Juan, Zhou Yunpeng, Song Xiaodong and Dongzi
    Weekly free jam sessions
    Where:Nameless Highland
    Details: Dial +86 (0)10 6489 1613
  2. Every Friday, 9:30pm – Golden Buddha Jazz Unit
    Jazz trio – reservations required (free)
    Where:East Shore Live Jazz Cafe
    Details: Dial +86 (0)10 8403 2131
  3. August 12, 9pm – Wan Xiaoli
    Chinese folk rock (free)
    Where:Jiangjinjiu Bar
    Details: Dial +86 (0)10 8405 0123

Event Guide: Drama:

  1. August 8-13, 7:30pm – Drama: Sorry
    The National Drama Academy’s new two-act comedy about a wedding that takes place at a gloomy morgue.
    Where:Capital Theater
    Details: Dial +86 (0)10 6524 9847
  2. August 10-31, Annual College Drama Festival 20 plays, presented by universities from Korea, US and China.
    Details:For updated information and schedule, call +86 (0)10 6525 8770