A China travel will be incomplete and no meaningful without visiting Beijing. Hui Culture and the gorgeous Natural and Cultural Heritage Mount Huangshan definitely whet your appetite to find more Chinese charming and attractions. If you missed Beijing, you would leave China with regrets. During China’s long history, Beijing is not only an ancient capital for six dynasties, but also a megacity preserves the most World Cultural Heritages of China, like Great Wall, Place Museum (Forbidden City), Summer Palace and Temple of Heaven. Apart from these historic sites, you can also enjoy interesting architectures and local life in Beijing Hutongs.
Boarding one of the 8 daily high speed trains, you can travel from Huangshan to Beijing only by a half day travel. All trains depart in daytime from 8:00am to 15:22, and G352 train is the earliest train to Beijing while the G356 is the last and slowest train, arriving late at night.
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Huangshan Beijing High Speed Rail, a distance of 1306 kilometers, is one of the popular high speed railways connecting Huangshan (Yellow Mountain) in Anhui Province to Beijing and passing through 5 provinces along the route. The first part is from Huangshan to Hefei via Hefei-Fuzhou High Speed Railway. The second section goes to the Hefei-Bengbu High Speed Railway (合肥-蚌埠高铁) and the last segment is from Bengbu to Beijng via Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway. The whole journey needs around 6 hours ~ 7hours and all ultimately terminating in Beijing South Railway Station.
Huangshan Beijing Speed Rail Map
Huangshan North Railway Station (黄山北站)
Location: No.2, North Yingkesong Avenue, Tunxi District, Huangshan City, Anhui Province (安徽省黄山市屯溪区迎客松大道北2号)
Huangshan North Railway Station is a newly train station mainly serving for high speed train to Huangshan and nearby spots, while Huangshan Railway Station is an old samll train station only running 8 slow trains (K & T trains). Located on Hefei-Fuzhou High Speed Railway and Hangzhou-Huangshan High Speed Railway, Huangshan North Railway Station delivers about 62 high speed trains to cities connected along these lines, including Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, Xiamen, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Hefei, Zhengzhou, Jinan, Qingdao and etc. After you exit, you can take a tourist bus to Mt. Huangshan for 1 hours, same time to Xidi Ancient Village and Hongcun Ancient Village, and 40 minutes to Huizhou Ancient City. If you want to leave Huangshan by flight, the taxi will drive about 30 minutes to the Huangshan Tunxi Airport.
Beijing South Railway Station (北京南站)
Location: No.12, Yongwai Avenue, Fengtai District, Beijing (北京市丰台区永外大街12号)
Beijing South Railway Station has been reconstructed to be the biggest and one of the major high speed train stations in Beijing. For its location of Beijing-Tianjin Intercity High Speed Railway and Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway, this station runs the most number of high speed trains to nationwide destinations when compared to others, like Tianjin, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Qingdao, Shenyang, Hefei and etc. It is located about 1 hour’s driving distance to Beijing Capital International Airport and 30 mins to Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. You can get to Beijing South Railway Station by taxi, local bus, airport express or subways (Metro Line 4 and Line 14) or use them of leave for city center tours. Read more about Beijing South Railway Station>
Class of Ticket
There are three kinds of tickets are provided on high speed train from Huangshan to Beijing, Business Class Seat, First Class Seat and Second Class Seat. Second Class Seat is the most budget level you will share a row space with other passengers. And the First Class of Seat is more comfortable and quiet for those who prefer a good rest on the way. If you would like to try the most luxury and superior train travel experience, the Business Class better than the business level on airplane will shock you beyond expectation. Check All Types of Seats on China High Speed Train>
Book, Collect, Alter and Cancel
Foreign tourists can book train ticket online or ask help from ticket agency, or buy the tickets physically at the train station with your valid passport. One thing you should remember is to book the ticket as early as possible, especially in peak tourist seasons. After collecting the tickets, please read carefully about the train number, departure date and station to make sure you won’t miss the train. If you want to cancel, alter your train tickets, you are required to bring your passport to the ticket counter and make the adjustments. Check details about How to Book, Collect, Alter, and Cancel Train Tickets>
Board & Get off
1) Prepare your documents well (valid passport with China Visa); 2) Get to the right train station in advance; 3) Collect train tickets; 4) Read your train ticket; 5) Pass the security control; 6) Pass through Security & Luggage Checks; 7) Find the right waiting room; 8) Cross the ticket checking gate; 9) Get to the right platform; 10) Get on your train. Keep the ticket well, because the ticket will be checked again to leave the station after you get off. Check details about How to Board & Disembark a Train>
China train travel with luggage is much easier than taking flight, for you don’t need to check luggage separately. Each passenger with a train ticket is allowed to carry luggage in certain weight and volume, but without limitation of amount and types. Though there are written regulation and rules about the luggage allowance, in practice, passengers can take as much luggage as you can if only you handled them properly. Check detailed Baggage Allowance & Policy to Take China Train>
Facilities and Service
All high speed trains in China are equipped with advanced facilities and good service to make your journey more convenient and comfortable. There are different places you can put your luggage onboard, racks and specialized luggage storage areas. Besides, the air-conditioner train offers you plug under the seats to charge your phone or laptop, sightseeing window to view the outside scenery as well as western-style toilets. There is also available dining area you can get some supplies. Bilingual signs and the broadcast use both Chinese and English so that you don’t need to worry about the communication. Check All Facilities & Service on China Train>
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