Latest News about Pre-selling China Spring Festival Train Tickets

16/12/2014
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China High-speed Train

According to the new rules issued by Railway Corporation, from Dec.7th, 2014, passengers can purchase the first day train tickets of Spring Festival 60 days in advance; from Jan.1st, 2015, passengers can purchase the sleeper tickets on high-speed trains ( D Trains ) Between Beijing and Guangzhou, between Beijing and Hong Kong.

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Beijing-Shanghai HSR Trains Guide & Tips

16/05/2012
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The Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway has been servicing for the public for nearly one year since June 30, 2011. For its fast speed and cheaper cost than that of taking a flight, more and more travelers prefer taking a ‘G’ train from Beijing to Shanghai. And here are some useful information for you taking the high-speed

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Travel Tips Books about China(1)

03/06/2011
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These are great books of travel stories written by “Laowai” who had much experience with China and Chinese people.

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The Real-Name System for Purchasing Tickets for HSR

23/05/2011
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The Ministry of Railways will implement the real-name system for purchasing tickets for HSR trains starting from June 1, 2011. And from today, you need to use your identity card to buy the tickets of HSR which run after June, 1st. In order to help you get used to the new system as soon as

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Beijing Lhasa Train Tour: Why Travel Lhasa from Beijing by Train

20/10/2010
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Beijingholiday.com will customize and promote the Beijing Lhasa Train Tour in the following days. So, why Lhasa Tibet train tour is so popular and attractive for the tourists? Hereunder is the thread.

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