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China Trains
China has one of the biggest and busiest rail networks in the world with train links to almost every town and city. Chinese trains are a safe, comfortable and cheap way to travel around the country making a Chinese train journey an experience in itself during your visit.
Chinese trains generally have 4 classes on overnight and longer journeys:
Soft Sleeper – 4 berth compartments with 2 upper and 2 lower beds by night and converting to 2 sofas for daytime use.
Hard Sleeper – Open plan carriage with bays of 6 bunks (upper, middle & lower) on each side. On newer carriages hard sleeper carriages look similar to soft sleeper but hold 6 berths instead of 4. Hard sleeper bunks are reasonably well padded and bedding is supplied.
Soft Seat – Equivalent to first and second class seats on a European train. Soft seat usually has a configuration of 2 and 2.
Hard Seat – Although found on all trains this seat is used primarily on daytime short distance intercity trains and have a configuration of 3 and 3.
New high speed bullet trains operate between several cities offering train journeys at speeds over 300km/h. On these trains the seats are classified 1st class and 2nd class seat equivalent to business and economy on a plane. Ticket reservations open 10 days before departure for C, D, G or Z category express trains, but only 5 days in advance for K or T category trains. If the train you want starts its journey somewhere else and calls at your boarding station in the middle then limited tickets may only be available 2 days before departure.
Domestic Train Ticket Reservation
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Ticket Type Soft Sleeper Hard Sleeper
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Qinghai Tibet Railway From
$84 - $151
Duration: 24-55 hours
Schedule: Daily Departures
Classes: Soft Sleeper & Hard Sleeper
Route: Departures from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xi'an, Chongqing, Chengdu, Lanzhou & Xining
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Beijing to Ulaanbaatar From
$ 240 US
Duration: 29 hours
Schedule: Departs Tue at 8:05
Classes: Soft Sleeper & Hard Sleeper
Route: Beijing, Datong, Erlian, Zamyn-Uud, Ulaanbaatar
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Trans Mongolian to Moscow From
$ 658 US
Duration: 6 days
Schedule: Departs Wed at 8:05
Classes: Soft Sleeper & Hard Sleeper
Route: Beijing, Datong, Erlian, Ulaan Baatar, Suh Baatar, Nauschki, Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Sverlovsk, Perm, Moscow
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Trans Manchurian to Moscow From
$ 638 US
Duration: 7 days
Schedule: Departs Sat at 23:00
Classes: Soft Sleeper & Hard Sleeper
Route: Beijing, Harbin, Manzhouli, Zabaikalski, Chita, Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Tyumen, Sverdlovsk, Perm, Moscow
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Beijing to North Korea From
$ 195 US
Duration: 26 hours
Schedule: Departs Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat at 17:30
Classes: Soft Sleeper & Hard Sleeper
Route: Beijing, Shenyang, Dandong, Sinydju, Pyongyang
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Beijing to Hanoi, Vietnam From
TBA
Duration: 40 hours
Schedule: Departs Mon & Fri at 16:08
Classes: Soft Sleeper & Hard Sleeper
Route: Beijing, Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou, Wuhan, Changsha, Hengyang, Yongzhou, Guilin, Liuzhou, Nanning, Pingxiang, Tongdeng, Hanoi
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Hong Kong to Beijing From
$ 89 US
Duration: 24 hours
Schedule: Departs daily at 15:15
Classes: Hard & Soft Sleeper
Route: Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Changsha, Wuhan, Zhengzhou, Beijing
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Hong Kong to Shanghai From
$ 80 US
Duration: 19 hours
Schedule: Departs daily at 15:15
Classes: Soft & Hard Sleeper
Route: Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Zhuzhou, Jinhua, Shanghai
More info>>
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