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Starting from today, our travel search engine Baolau lists schedules and fares for high-speed and conventional trains operated by China Railway, the national railway operator that interconnects all the provinces in Mainland China as well as integrates international rail links to Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR, and to Vietnam.
We support advance ticket booking up to 4 hours before departure for more than 130 train stations in China, including the major cities and tourist sites, such as Beijing and Datong in the North; Urumqi and Xi An in the Northwest, Harbin in the Northeast; Shanghai, Hangzhou, Huangshan and Longyan in the East Coast; Nanning, Guilin, Guangzhou and Hainan island in the South Central region; Sichuan, Yunnan and Tibet in the Southwest.
Types of trains operated by China RailwayIt’s easy to differentiate trains in China. Passenger trains are designated by the letter identifying the class of service followed by three to four numerals indicating the region of operation.
Types of fares for passenger trains in ChinaHigh-speed trains offer between two to four seat fares, depending on the class.
And one sleeper fare available in overnight D-series trains only:
Baolau supports seat selection for all seat fares on G, D and C series trains.
Ordinary trains offer two seat fares:
And three sleeper fares:
Baolau does not support seat or berth selection on Z, T and K series trains, but you can choose the fare and we will carefully select the best places for you and your travel company.
Reaching the main destinations in China by trainChina has one of the longest railway networks in the world, with trains running on double tracked and electrified railway lines across the different CR service regions. The network is interlinked by sixteen major railway corridors, consisting of 8 railroads running north-south and 8 railroads running east-west, plus eight high-speed railway lines, 4 vertical HSR corridors and 4 horizontal HSR corridors.
This article first appeared on www.baolau.com
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