China High-speed Train

China High-speed Train


China has built a high-speed passenger rail network in recent years and will continue to expand rapidly. By the end of 2017, China’s railway mileage reached 127,000 kilometers, of which 25,000 km are high-speed rail, accounted for 66.3% of the world's total high-speed, which made China's high-speed system the world's largest high-speed network.


China's high-speed trains are similar to those of France's TGV, Germany's ICE and Japan's Shinkansen. The fast trains with a top speed of 250 - 350km/h are called CRH, China Railway High-speed.


If you want to travel around China, the high-speed trains will be your ideal vehicle since they are clean, comfortable and modern. Unlike the conventional trains in China, no smoking is allowed on high-speed trains, not even between carriages.


The seats are as good as that on the plane or even better. Most high-speed rail tickets have corresponding seats, and only a small number of standing tickets are sometimes sold on limited trains. There’s never a mad crowd with numerous people sitting in the aisles as well as in seats.


The ticket prices for china high-speed trains are reasonable and, on most routes, the frequency of departure is very high, so people can buy tickets conveniently.

China High-speed Rail History and Development

China High-speed Rail History and Development

China begun its high-speed rail construction in early 21st century, 20-30 years later than part of the developed countries in the world, but by virtue of the innovation with Chinese characteristics, China high-speed rail has achieved rapid and great ...
High-speed Rail in China

High-speed Rail in China

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2018 China High-speed Rail Projects

2018 China High-speed Rail Projects

Looking back on 2017, China high-speed railway has achieved a rich harvest. By the end of 2017, the operation mileage of China railway has reached 127,000 km, 25,000 km of which are high-speed rail lines, which provides a huge transport function...
China High-speed Rail Planning Map

China High-speed Rail Planning Map

In July 2016, China's national development and reform commission, ministry of transport, China railway corporation jointly issued the "mid-long-term railway network planning" (hereinafter referred to as planning), outlined the grand blu...
Global China High-speed Rail

Global China High-speed Rail

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Benefits and Significance of High-speed Rail

Benefits and Significance of High-speed Rail

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Safety Regulations of High-speed Train

Safety Regulations of High-speed Train

According to historical data, the safety factor of China railway is the highest in the world, so if you travel by train in China, it's quite safe. In addition, China has built a high-speed rail system that links almost all the major cities in Chi...
High-speed Train Ticket Reschedule & Refund

High-speed Train Ticket Reschedule & Refund

To explore the most of this country and have memorable China tours, most tourists may choose to travel in China by train, especially by high-speed train. But for a variety of reasons, it is sometimes unavoidable to reschedule or even refund a train...

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