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This is one of the best stadium tour I have been. Go for the vip + top of birds nest tour package with or without water cube. Price of package without water cube is Rmb 110 while with is Rmb 140. Nice view from the...More
Went to the stadium today only to find it closed to the public due to a Asian/African summit.
I checked with my tour manager, the hotel concierge and the website and none of them told me it was going to be closed to the public....More
Amazing structure of ingetintuty but up close this modern marvel is badly in need of repairs and upgrades espically for their next Olympics coming up.
All the tours were in chinese as well as the signs so save your money and wonder on your own...More
Wow, an eye-popping 91,000 seat stadium nicknamed the "Bird' Nest. It was the stage for hosting the opening of the 2008 Olympics. It was used for athletics and football. It is a very impressive structure, but seems to be showing its age and is not...More
What an impressive structure. From a distance it is one of the most fantastic stadia that I ever seen . Unfortunately it is not being maintained and is looking shabby up close. Look from the motorway bridge beside the Olympic village and be awed by...More
We joined the stadium tour but it turns out that the tour was only in Chinese so we had absolutely no clue what was going on. Bit of a waste of money in that regard.
The stadium itself is great in that you are free...More
Went here solo, afternoon near dusk. Paid CNY 110 for the entrance fees in cash. Not all entrance gates were open, I went in through gate D/E with security checks at the gate. Staff spoke minimum English and were unintuitive. Once I'm in, I'm on...More