The Song of Everlasting Sorrow is a dance drama of Tang Dynasty (618 - 907) style adapted from a famous poem. Over 1,000 years ago, it was in the Huaqing Pool that Tang Emperor Xuanzong and his concubine Yang Guifei, aka Yang Yuhuan, once bathed. As time goes by, they became a part of history, but their story is still touching the heartstrings of audiences through this drama.
The show is composed of 10 scenes, fully illustrating how Yuhuan was chosen as an imperial concubine, how she fell in love with Emperor Xuanzong, why she was forced to commit suicide, and how the two lovers got reunion in fairyland.
Taking the background of real-life mountain and river, the show is absolutely magnificent and surely to give you a special experience.
Book a ticket to travel back to the grand Tang Dynasty of China and learn about the romantic but tragic love story between Xuanzong and Yang Guifei.
Visitors need to enjoy it in the Huaqing Pool Scenic Area in Xi'an.
Address: No. 38, Huaqing Road, Lintong District, Xi'an
Option 1: From Xi'an Railway Station, take Tourist bus 5 (306), 914 or 915 directly to Huaqingchi Station. It takes about 1 hour.
Option 2: From the South Gate or West Gate of Tang Paradise, take bus 307 to Huaqingchi Station.
Option 3: From Xi'an North Railway Station, take the free shuttle bus to Huaqing Pool if you have the arrival train ticket on the day.
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