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Guilin Railway Station

Guilin South Railway Station
Guilin South Railway Station
Guilin North Train Station
Guilin North Train Station

Guilin Railway Station, half hour by taxi from Guilin Airport, 66 km from Yangshuo County, which is a hub of communications and central of south China with two branches - the North Railway Station and the South Railway Station with 66 arrivals and departures daily. The Guilin Railway South Station is located at Zhongshan Road to the south of the city center but is more conveniently situated than the North Station. The Guilin North Railway Station (North Station) is situated in the northern suburbs of the city and has less convenient links with the city center. If the train you take can stop at both railway stations in Guilin, it's better to get off at South Station where handy transportation to the surrounding places is available as well as trains connecting to China's major cities. There are trains from North (Beijing, Changsha, Wuhan, Shanghai, Xian), West (Kunming), South (Liuzhou, Nanning, Zhanjiang), and East (Guangzhou, Shenzhen).

If you are coming from Hongkong to Guilin by train, you have 2 options:
From Hong Kong via Guangzhou - It is relatively easy to book a train ticket to either Shenzhen or Guangzhou on MTR, however please pay attention to that if going to Guangzhou there are two stations in this city, the MTR trains terminate in "Guangzhou Station" and the domestic trains depart from the other "East" station which is on the other side of the city and a fairly long metro ride (English is on the Metro ticket machine). There is a metro entrance in the train station when you arrive in Guangzhou, and its a bit of a pain to find, just look for the stairs going down in a corner of the station. The tickets to Guilin are sold around the corner from this exit, you have to go outside the station and you'll see another set of ticket stalls. Whether there will be tickets available depends on how early you are booking, don't expect to get them for the day of travel.

From Hong Kong via Shenzhen - Take MTR to Lo Wu via the East Rail line. After going through immigration and customs, keep to the left when exiting. To get to the area for long distance travel, you need to walk past the Guangzhou trains area. The T38 departs 17:51 arriving Guilin 06:42. The ticket will cost approximately £¤430 for a soft sleeper and £¤245 for a hard sleeper (prices vary slightly depending on the bunk position). The return trip T40 departs Guilin 21:28 arriving Shenzhen 10:35.


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