Tibet Train   Tibet Train

The Qinghai Tibet Railway is the route that links Lhasa to theexisting network of railroad tracks in China. There are currently train services from Beijing, Xining, Lanzhou, Chongqing, Chengdu, Guangzhou and Shanghai running on the Qinghai-Tibet Railway line to Lhasa.
Qinghai-Tibet Line

Qinghai-Tibet Line

Qinghai-Tibet Line is strictly referred to the highway departing from Sining in Qinghai and arriving in Lhasa via Golmud. As a part of the No. 109 National Highway, Qinghai-Tibet Highway stretches across the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in China.

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South Section of Sichuan-Tibet Highway

South Section of Sichuan-Tibet Highway

Sichuan-Tibet line is short for Sichuan-Tibet Highway that stretches from Yiguan Temple in Chengdu City, Sichuan Province in the east to the Qinghai-Tibet and Sichuan-Tibet Highway Monument in Lhasa City, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region in the west.

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Sichuan-Tibet Line

Sichuan-Tibet Line

Sichuan-Tibet line is short for Sichuan-Tibet Highway that stretches from Yiguan Temple in Chengdu City, Sichuan Province in the east to the Qinghai-Tibet and S

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Xin-Zang Highway

Xin-Zang Highway

With the highest altitude in the world, the 1455-kilometer-long Xin-Zang (Kashgar-Shiquanhe) Highway is the most dangerous highway leading to Tibet Autonomous Region, especially the Jieshandaban section and Sirengou section. The highway crosses five mount

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Tibet Train Facts & FAQs

Tibet Train Facts & FAQs

Here is the list of questions that we are frequently asked about Tibet train travel. If you still have more questions, just feel free to contact us.

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Train to Lhasa from Xining

Train to Lhasa from Xining

Train Schedule and Ticket Prices between Xining and Lhasa

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Train to Lhasa from Lanzhou

Train to Lhasa from Lanzhou

Lanzhou is the first main stop for Tibet trains. Every train to tibet will stop there. And only Train K917 takes Lanzhou as the start to Lhasa.

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Train to Lhasa from Guangzhou

Train to Lhasa from Guangzhou

For travelers who live in Hong Kong or the southeast of China, Guangzhou is absolutely a wonderful start for a special Tibet tour via Qinghai-Tibet railway.

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Train to Lhasa from Shanghai

Train to Lhasa from Shanghai

Shanghai is one of the most convenient gateway of China for travelers around the world. After the Qinghai-Tibet railway complitaly opened in 2006, people can travel to Tibet by train directely from Shanghai.

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Train to Lhasa from Chongqing

Train to Lhasa from Chongqing

Every other day, there are trains running between Chongqing and Lhasa to take travelers passing through the 3654 km's railway to their destination.

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Train to Lhasa from Chengdu

Train to Lhasa from Chengdu

Train T22/T23 from Chengdu to Lhasa departe every other day at 20:59 and arrive at Lhasa Railway Station on the third day at 16:50.

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Train to Lhasa from Beijing

Train to Lhasa from Beijing

It is no longer a dream to take a train from Beijing to Lhasa. The 3753 kilometers’ railway between Beijing and Lhasa covers 1110 km over the world's highest Qinghai-Tibet Railway.

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Tibet Train Schedule

Tibet Train Schedule

With the operation of Qinghai-Tibet Railway, numerous tourists have taken Tibet trains to Lhasa from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu and other cities of China.

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Qinghai-Tibet Railway

Qinghai-Tibet Railway

Qinghai-Tibet Railway stretches1,956 kilometers from the ancient city Xining(in Qinghai Province) to Lhasa, which is the longest railway in the world built atop Qinghai-Tibet plateau.

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Tangula Luxury Train

Tangula Luxury Train

Tangula’s state-of-the-art, custom-built trains travel along two routes between Beijing and Lhasa across the Tibetan plateau, and between Beijing and Lijiang through the colourful southern province of Yunnan. Travellers will experience unprecedented acces

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Soft Sleeper

Soft Sleeper

There are three types of coaches on the Tibet train, the first class soft-berth sleeper, the second class soft-berth sleeper and soft seat coaches. Since the journey is really long, most travellers prefer the sleepers.

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Hard Sleeper

Hard Sleeper

There are three types of coaches on the Tibet train, the first class soft-berth sleeper, the second class soft-berth sleeper and soft seat coaches. Since the journey is really long, most travellers prefer the sleepers.

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Hard Seats

Hard Seats

There are usually 4 hard-seat cars in each train from or to Tibet, which can totally contend 392 people. Different as a standard hard-seats car, which totally content 108 seats, one hard-seating car just offers 98 seats in a Tibet train.

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Dining Car

Dining Car

On every Tibet trains, there is only one dining car offering 3 meals a day and drinks in non-meal service time. Adhere to the dining car, there is a general cook house, where you can see how the Cooks make your meals.

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Medical Service

Medical Service

Suffering from altitude sickness is a common thing on the Tibet train, the experienced doctors and trained nurses are also available for dealing with and attending the medical emergencies of the passengers. And the passengers can get timely and effective

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Oxygen Supply

Oxygen Supply

Oxygen Suppy tude and mask on each cabin for emergency,besides, Tibet train will have oxygen filling all compartments in the train when it is driving into the plateau zone.

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