Ever think of catching a train to China on your next business trip to the region. You can visit the Business (Shanghai) or Political (Beijing) capitals if you have time. See the countryside and experience a side of China most will miss out on whilst jetting around.
In General, trains to and from Beijing & Shanghai take 23.5 hours & 18.5 hours respectively. In view of the long hours sleeper facilities are standard in various classes. One of our staff will take this train soon for a change on a visit to Shanghai. Lots of down time for thinking, brainstorming on projects and of course writing….
- Mong Kok East
- Kowloon Tong
- Tuen Mun Ferry Pier
- Tin Yat
Below are tables on the timing for ticketing details, dates of when trains depart for their location and also ticket pricing. Take note that this is a guide and confirmation is to be made with the service provider
Train Departure Dates.
Train Ticket Fare
The Hung Hom Train Station is more than just a place for a train ride up to Dongguan or Shenzhen. Hung Hom is the home to The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Cross Harbour Tunnel and Hong Kong Coliseum. Located one stop away from East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR stop, Hung Hom is also very accessible via ferry (Hung Hom Pier), Bus and Taxi.
Before travelling, please check out some of our articles.
- Train To Dongguan
- Apec Card
- China Visa 2010
- China visa on border
- Travel Expo for more ideas
- Power Electricity Adaptor for travel to China
- Cheap hotel in Shanghai
Also – let us know if you see cool promos in duty free shops for our blog….