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Trains
14
Oct

Chongqing – Lhasa Trains

Every other day, there is one train runs between Chongqing and Lhasa. Train T222 departs from Chonqging at 20:18 and arrives at Lhasa on the third day at 16:35 which will take 44 hours and 17 minutes. And train T224 is the train from Lhasa to Chongqing which leaves Lhasa at  10:00 and reaches Chongqing on the third...
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14
Oct

Lhasa – Shigatse Trains

After four years of construction ,the high-elevation Lhasa – Shigatse Railway was finally open to public on August 15, 2014. It was a extension line of Qinghai-Tibet Railway with altitudes ranging from 3,600 to 4,000 metres. Z8801was the the exact train one needs to take from Lhasa to Shigatse and the its return train was...
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14
Oct

Golmud – Lhasa Trains

Hardly do people know the place – Golmud, if you are not planning the overland trip to Tibet by train. Golmud is the second biggest city in Qinghai province en route Xining to Lhasa. Golmud, built for mining natural sources such as salt, magnesium etc, has nothing to offer except dry desert. Though less popular...
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14
Oct

Lanzhou – Lhasa Trains

Lanzhou is the capital city of Gansu Province in northwest China and used to be a very important point on the ancient Silk Road. As it is nearest Xining, the beginning of Qinghai Tibet Railway, there is a train departs from Lanzhou to Lhasa every other days, and the trains to Tibet which come from...
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14
Oct

Guangzhuo – Lhasa Trains

The train from Guangzhou to Lhasa also made its debut in July, 2006. The train to Lhasa from Guangzhou departs every other day at noon from Guangzhou Train Station, and arrives at Lhasa Railway Station in the late afternoon on the third day after over 54 hours covering a distance of 4980 kilometers. Its operational...
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14
Oct

Xian – Lhasa Trains

Though Xi’an is a very important city in west China, China Railway does not consider it as the beginning station of Tibet Railway like Beijing-Lhasa Train, Shanghai-Lhasa Train. As obvious as one could see in the following map, Xian-Lhasa train is more an integral part of of Chongqing-Lhasa railway, of Guangzhou-Lhasa railway and of Shanghai-Lhasa...
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14
Oct

Xining – Lhasa Trains

Though there are trains bound for Lhasa from Beijing, Shanghai, and Chengdu, the genuine Qinghai-Tibet train starts from Xining, Qinghai province with 1960 km in total. It takes approximately one day (or 23:30 hour ride) from Xining to Lhasa. Each year there are around one quarter of tourists who may take train to Lhasa from...
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14
Oct

Chengdu – Lhasa Trains

Chengdu to Lhasa Train, (Train number T22) is a hot travel route bridging Tibet with the homeland of giant pandas. The railway crosses 5 provinces and measures 3360 km. It takes about 43 hours and 51 mins to reach Lhasa from Chengdu. (The return train is T24.) The Schedule of Chengdu-Lhasa Train (2015) Train No....
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14
Oct

Shanghai Lhasa Trains

T164, as one of the early three railway links with Tibet, connects Shanghai with Lhasa. The railway line covers 8 provinces from east to west China and has 4373 km in total. It normally takes about 47. 47 hours to reach Lhasa from Shanghai. As the train travels amid mountainous range, conductors of each compartment...
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13
Oct

Beijing – Lhasa Trains

Launched as early as in July, 2006, Beijing-Lhasa train (T27) has served as one of the three initial railway routes of Qinghai-Tibet Railway, with other two major railway lines moving from Chengdu to Lhasa and Xining to Lhasa. Beijing-Lhasa train stretches as far as 3757km and crosses over 8 provinces and it takes around 43...
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