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Trains Info
12
Oct

Trains FAQ‘s

Here we selected some the frequently asked questions about Tibet Trains for you to refer to. If you still have some questions and problems on the Tibet train, you can contact us, and we will give you a satisfied answer. [accordion] [acc_item title=”What documents are needed before boarding a Tibet train?”] Taking train to Tibet,...
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12
Oct

Views

The world-renowned Qinghai-Tibet railway refers to the railway that starts from Xining to Lhasa. Not only is the railway itself considered as a man-made wonder in transportation field but also the stunning scenery along the railway line offers a tasty appetizer for tourists who are heading towards Tibet for travel. Some of the must-see scenery...
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12
Oct

Booking Tickets

1. How to book train tickets to Lhasa? As the Chinese state owned train station does not sell its tickets in internet, you have to book the tickets in local or through travel agencies in advance. However, it is impossible to purchase train tickets in local train ticket office in peak travel season, for such...
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12
Oct

Tips for Boarding

fill the health history form Before boarding the train, tourists are expected to fill out an health history form. If one has illness such as hypertension, stroke, chronic respiratory problem, and other cardiovascular disease, he or she shall no board the train for one’s health concern. show your train ticket and Tibet Travel Permit Tourists...
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12
Oct

Getting Help

How to Get Help on the Train?   Some of the staff on the train speak English and they are easy-approaching and hospitable to foreign tourists. If one runs into any trouble, you may ask the head of conductor for help. Swap Seat: If you find your seat is not with relatives or friends (...
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12
Oct

Hard & Soft seats

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 soft sleepers. The second class soft-berth sleeper is also known as hard sleeper. Actually, both of the soft sleeper and hard...
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12
Oct

Train Toilet

As other part of China, There were two toilets available at every end of car. On one side is an Asian style toilet and on the other side is a Western style toilet. Over all they keep it very clean and toilet paper is available. but please never use it at station area, unless you...
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12
Oct

Tibet Train Safety

Tibet Trains provide temporary medical service. Professional doctors and trained nurses are also available on the trains. Passengers can get timely but limited first aid in a Tibet train. If you suffer from breathless, you can ask the attendant for help. The trained attendant can come to help connect the oxygen tube to the oxygen...
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12
Oct

Medical Facilities

Tibet Trains provide temporary medical service. Professional doctors and trained nurses are also available on the trains. Passengers can get timely but limited first aid in a Tibet train. If you suffer from breathless, you can ask the attendant for help. The trained attendant can come to help connect the oxygen tube to the oxygen...
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12
Oct

Oxygen in Tibet Trains

Being warmly considerate on Oxygen supply, Tibet Train offers two sets of Oxygen supply system. One is used for increasing the oxygen content in the train when the train to Lhasa is driven into the plateau zone. The other is directly used by passengers through independent port. There are oxygen supply tube and mask on...
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