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ChinaTour360.com, a top professional China tour operator, offers train ticket booking service for travelers who are enthusiastic to explore the country by rail. Heading for the country from abroad? Please check China International Train Ticket Booking.

Railways are one of the most common and easiest means of transport in China. It is fast, safe, and cheap. After a day's tour, you can have a good rest on an overnight train and reach your next destination on the following morning, saving you time and the price of hotel room. Check the timetable and then book a ticket to bring you a wonderful rail journey. 

There are four types: Accommodation, Fast, Express, and CRH, which usually can be distinguished by their color, appearances and numbers. Onboard facilities and services also differ. They are ranged as CRH, Express, Fast and Accommodation by speed from the fastest to the slowest.

The tickets can be booked 10 days in advance while some are available 20 days in advance. There are 6 types of tickets: hard-seat, soft-seat, hard-sleeper, soft-sleeper, first-class, and second class tickets. Now the country has applied the real-name tickets system which aims to crack down on scalpers, so passengers are required to show their ID or passport when purchasing tickets.

There are over 5,000 railway stations in the country; most cities have one with some cities having more than two. Ticket service is available at each station, and most stations also provide luggage storage service. A station is often the transportation hub of a city or a town, also being the junction of bus or subway lines. Taxis usually be hailed not far from the exit of a station, and large stations have special parking lot for taxis.

 International Trains
About 20 railway lines between the country and other world destinations, including Moscow, Ulan-Bator, and Hanoi. We provide international train schedule and International Ticket Booking.

Here introduces the procedures of taking a train and questions passengers should pay attention to. To making a smooth trip, there are also tips of luggage, safy in carriages, and traveling during Spring Festival Peak.

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Questions & Answers on China Train
  • Asked By Crouzet (Fra,ce) | Jun. 02, 2019 05:42
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  • I would like to enquire on the baggage size requirement to board G train from Shanghai to Suzhou. As we will travelling in a group 5, 2 of our baggage are 28 inches. Do they really check on the size of the baggage. Thanks

    Asked By james (Malaysia) | Nov. 29, 2018 00:04
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  • Following up on a question previously asked, I am traveling on an overnight train with a 7 year old child. Is it really not possible to book our family together? Could her ticket be free if she shares a bed with me? If not, is there a discount on this kind of train for children? If so, how do I select the discounted ticket?

    Asked By Diana (USA) | May. 20, 2018 12:39
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  • Because I can't decide when is it suitable to arrive in Beijing since my flight departs 2.55am in the morning, so I have to options, either to arrive 6.30 pm (9 hours before my flight) or arrive 10.30 (4.30 hours before my flight)? So I would prefer the second option, but I'm worried that at night time there are no express trains or shuttles to T2..

    Asked By Andriy | Jul. 16, 2017 23:38
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  • Asked By Magaly Yumar (Venezuela) | Feb. 25, 2015 19:13
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