Beijing Harbin High Speed Railway & Train Route Map 2023
How can you travel to Harbin to play in Ice and Snow World Park but not in the coolest way - taking a high speed train running at a speed of 300km per hour? After you finish exploration in Beijing, a 5~6 hours’ high speed train can conveniently send you to the Ice of City -Harbin to fully enjoy all kinds of winter fun. The Beijing Harbin High Speed Railway is also one of the most beautiful high speed railways in China. (Check the 8 Most Beautiful High Speed Railways in China>) Totally, Beijing runs over 10 high speed trains to Harbin every day from 07:30 am to 18:00 pm. The entire journey takes 5~6 hours. Both Beijing and Harbin has two stations departing and receiving high speed trains.
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Beijing Harbin High Speed Train Route Map
The Beijing Harbin High Speed Railway is a 1331 kilometer-long (827 miles) high speed rail connecting North and Northeast China. Currently the high speed trains are running on 4 combined segments of Beijing-Tianjin, Tianjin-Qinhuangdao, Qinhuangdao-Shenyang and Harbin-Dalian. It begins from Beijing South Railway Station, passes by Tianjin, Shenyang (Liaoning Province), Changchun (Jilin Province) and finally gets to Harbin of Heilongjiang Province, taking around 5 hours to 6 hours. There are 8~12 stations high speed trains will stop at the joined lines. Check Beijing Harbin high speed train schedule 2023 >>.
Beijing Chaoyang Railway Station (北京朝阳站)
Beijing Chaoyang Railway Station is located at the intersection of Yaojiayuan North Road and Chaoyang Station East Road, Chaoyang District (北京市朝阳区姚家园北路与朝阳站东路交叉口), about 0.5 hour’s driving to Beijing Capital International Airport, 30 mins’ driving to the Palace Museum and 40 mins' driving to Summer Palace. Chaoyang Railway Station is the newest railway station in Beijing, put into use on January 22, 2021. This station mainly provides passenger transport service for Beijing Harbin High Speed Railway, Beijing Chengde High Speed Railway and Northeast Ring Line of Beijing Suburban Railway. You can take public bus or taxi to get the station.
Beijing Railway Station (北京站)
Beijing Railway Station is located at No.13, Jiawan Hutong Jia, Dongcheng District, Beijing (北京市东城区家湾胡同甲13号), about 1 hour’s driving to Beijing Capital International Airport in the northeast, 20 mins to Palace Museum. It is an old train station built in early 20th century of Qing Dynasty and works as an important point of Beijing Shanghai Railway, Beijing Harbin Railway, Beijing Guangzhou Railway and etc. The station provides both high speed trains (about 50 D trains) to destinations in northeastern China (such as Qiqihar, Huichun, Dalian, Changchun, Shenyang) and approximately 130 ordinary slow trains (K, T, Z trains) to cities around Beijing, like Shijiazhuang, Qinhuangdao, Datong… With convenient transport linking with downtown and scenic spots, tourists can get to this station by taxi, airport bus (line 3 from Beijing Capital International Airport) or 3 subway lines (Beijing Metro Line 1, Line 2 and Line 5). Learn more about Beijing Railway Station >
Harbin West Railway Station (哈尔滨西站)
Harbin West Railway Station is located at No.501, Harbin Avenue, Nangang District, Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province (黑龙江省哈尔滨市南岗区哈尔滨大街501号), about 30 mins' driving to Harbin Ice and Snow World and Harbin Taiping International Airport and 5km to downtown. Competed in 2011, the station is the first high speed train station in Harbin and the biggest one with the largest temperature difference railway road and the most high speed trains. The station is linked by Harbin-Dalian High Speed Railway and operates about 100 high speed trains (including G & D trains) to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Tianjin, Qingdao, Shenyang, Dalian, Jilin, Qiqihar, Dandong and else cities. Except local bus and taxi, Harbin West Railway station is still connected with Harbin Metro Line 3 at Harbin West Station.
Harbin Railway Station (哈尔滨站)
Harbin Railway Station is located at No.1, Tielu Street, Nangang District, Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province (黑龙江省哈尔滨市南岗区铁路街1号), about 2km to Harbin Ice and Snow World, 37km (45 mins’ driving) to Harbin Taiping International Airport. It is a central hub cooperated by China and Russia in 19th century, and now serves as one of the biggest railway station in north China, handling about one fourth of passenger service of Heilongjiang Province. Linked by Harbin-Qiqihar High Speed Railway and Harbin-Mudanjiang High Speed Railway, it runs about 66 D bullet trains to the northeastern cities, including Beijing, Qiqihar, Shenyang, Daqing and Huichun, and about 33 normal slow trains (K, T, Z trains) to Beijing, Urumqi, Handan, Dalian, Jiamusi, Suihua and more surrounding places. You can exit at the south square, and take airport buses at Tianzu Hotel (天竹宾馆) to get to the airport for around 1 hour’s ride or go there by taxi. Also, the station is connected by Harbin Metro Line 1 at Museum Station.
Useful Beijing Harbin Travel Maps
No to mention its perfect transportation network in home and abroad, Beijing gives you the most impressive and profound attractions with charming Chinese culture and history. Spending 3 to 4 days to visiting the essence of Beijing and leaving another three days in Harbin is a good idea. For example, you can join in our 6 Days Beijing & Harbin Stunning Winter Tour to visit Mutianyu Great Wall, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Beijing Hutong and other landmarks, and experience a white kingdom of ice and snow in Sun Island Scenic Spot, Siberian Tiger Park and see Russian style architectures, like St. Sophia Cathedral and more attractions in Harbin. Perhaps you can have a later journey to Russian from Haribin. To help you have more understanding about their location, attractions, traffic, we provide you the below travel maps for your conference. Besides, you can read more detailed Beijing Maps and Harbin Maps here.
Other Popular China High Speed Train Routes You May be Interested in
In China, high speed train travel is a very in-style way to experience China’s booming economy and diverse culture. So far, there are 150 cities and 32 of 34 provinces have been connected by high speed railways. In the future, China will extend longer railroads to much more cities. Nearly all top tourist destinations in China have opened high speed trains, like Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, Chengdu, Guilin, Kunming, Chongqing and so no. You can travel among these cities within a couple of hours on your comfortable seat and view different landscape outside the window. Hope you can get inspired by the following popular high speed train routes we listed, and for more useful guide maps, you can check more China High Speed Train Routes and detailed High Speed Train Maps here.
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