Online China Train Tickets Schedule: Search, Book & Deliver
- 1. Search for & select trains
- 2. Make payment online
- 3. Send the passport copies
- 4. Book & tickets delivered
Once your China train tour itinerary is fixed, we suggest that you select the Pay Now by PayPal option. In a minute your tickets will be secured! China train tickets are selling very well, especially during holidays!
" Our trip was amazing!!! We really really love China :) we loved the pandas, the terracotta warriors, all the temples and insence, the great wall, the hutongs of Beijing, the old city of Pingyao, the hot pot, the moon cake, the peking duck, the bubble tea, the tall buildings of Shanghai!! Everything was great, and it was made even better thanks to you because we didn't have to spend any time worrying about finding/buying train tickets! Thanks again Morgen!!" - Heather Auten
Book ordinary or high-speed China rail tickets online
Booking China train tickets is pretty easy! You don’t need to wait for hours in line at a railway station for a train ticket. You can search China train schedules, check ticket availability and purchase your train tickets for any ordinary or high-speed rail route online.
Our Chinese train tickets database is live and connected to the Chinese train system. Once you have made your train tickets reservation, we will book and deliver them to your door anywhere in China.
Classes of Chinese trains
There are five classes of ordinary Chinese train seat: superior soft sleeper, soft sleeper, hard sleeper, soft seat and hard seat. Some T trains and Z trains between Beijing and Shanghai or Beijing and Xian offer superior soft sleepers and some D trains between Beijing and Shanghai offer soft sleepers.
There are four classes of high speed train seat: business seat, superior seat, first seat and second seat.
Business seats: best but most luxurious and expensive, three seats in a row, 2+1, fully reclining seats with TV and power outlet.
Superior seats: offered in only few high speed trains and only 16 reclining seats, three seats in two rows with 2+1, spacious and comfortable with a window to access the view and also offering free tea and dessert.
First class seats: 4 seats in two 2 rows and 2 seats in each row, equipped with pillow and footrest.
Second class seats: 5 seats in 2 rows with 2+3 and a power outlet.
Hard sleeper: there are 6 hard sleeper berths (upper, middle and lower) in a compartment with 3 on each side.
Soft sleeper: the 4 berth compartment is with 4 soft sleepers, 2 upper and 2 lower, on each side. The 2 berth deluxe soft sleeper compartments are available on some trains such as the Z19 and Z20 trains between Beijing and Xian. These have upper and lower sleepers on each side, with a wardrobe and armchair. These compartments also offer private toilet and washroom.
FAQ on how to book a China train ticket?
Q: How do I start booking my China train ticket?
A: 1. search for your China train tickets (place and time of departure and arrival) ; 2. select the seat/sleeper class; 3. complete all the necessary information; 4. submit or pay online; 5. tickets will be booked; 6. collect your tickets by yourself or choose to have them delivered to your hotel.
Q: What should I do if the tickets I chose are no longer available?
A: We will contact you and help you find the one you prefer or refund the payment to you.
Q: Can I get my China train tickets if I provide incorrect information?
A: No, you can’t. We have to cancel your ticket booking and charge a cancellation fee. If you want to rebook the train tickets, you will need to pay the booking service fee again.
Q: What is the China train ticket booking service fee and delivery fee?
A: Booking fee is USD8 per ticket and delivery fee is USD5 per delivery.
Q: How far in advance can you book the China train tickets for me?
A: We can book your China train tickets in a minute, if they are available, up to 20 days before your train departure date.
Q: Can you book the train tickets for me to secure the tickets if I cannot pay immediately?
A: Yes, if you have problem with payment, we can book it for you while you wait for the funds.
Q: How long will it take for train tickets to be delivered to my hotel?
A: Train tickets are sent out before 6pm daily. Train tickets can reach those hotels in main cities (such as Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Suzhou, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Kunming Macau, etc.) in 3 days, and about 4-5 days in remote cities (such as Lhasa, Urumqi, Lijiang, etc.).
Q: How many days in advance can I book my China train tickets through you?
A: Usually you can book a China train ticket 20 days before the train departure, however, you can book a train ticket through us any time before the train departure if the train ticket is available, but you will need to collect the train ticket by yourself at the train station.
Q: How do I collect my train tickets in China?
A: At any train station window, show your passport and the pick-up code that we sent you after we booked your tickets.
Q: Can I collect my train tickets once I booked online through you?
A: Yes, once we confirm your booking, you can collect your train tickets through a ticket window at any train station in China; Or you can pick up your train tickets from a ticket office agent nearby your hotel (CNY5 per ticket charged) .
Q: What documents or information do I need to book my China train ticket?
A: You need to input your full name and passport number as it appears on your passport. If you need train tickets delivery service, you need to send copy of your passport to us.
Q: When will I know whether or not train tickets are available after submitting my China train ticket reservation?
A: Train ticket availability for inquiry/orders before 23:00 (China time) will be confirmed by email in a minute.
Important Tips for China Train Tickets Online Booking
- 01. How to book a China train ticket?
- 02. China train tickets Collection?
- 03. Types of China trains
- 04. Which train seat to take?
- 05. Refund, change or lose a ticket?
- 06. How to board your train
- 07. China Train Ticket Booking Fee
- 08. Food on China trains
- 09. Facilities on board
- 10. How to board your China train
- 11. Ways of Payment
- 12. Food on a China train