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Trains From Beijing To Tongliao

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Beijing - Tongliao Train Schedule
Train No. Arrival City Dep. Time /
Arr. Time
Duration / Distance(KM) Prospect Price
K274/K275/K277 Beijing Bei (North) - Tongliao 07:39
22:04
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2532
Hard Seat: $US$25
Hard Sleeper: $US$43
Soft Sleeper: $US$66
K1189 Beijing - Tongliao 16:05
05:35
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1180
Hard Seat: $US$17
Hard Sleeper: $US$29
Soft Sleeper: $US$45
K1015 Beijing Bei (North) - Tongliao 18:18
07:53
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835
Hard Sleeper: $US$29
Soft Sleeper: $US$45
2589/2592 Beijing - Tongliao 12:37
01:30
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1324
Hard Seat: $US$16
Hard Sleeper: $US$30
Soft Sleeper: $US$47
1801 Beijing Bei (North) - Tongliao 13:47
04:02
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1374
Hard Seat: $US$15
Hard Sleeper: $US$27
Soft Sleeper: $US$42
1467 Beijing - Tongliao 17:00
06:00
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1780
Hard Seat: $US$15
Hard Sleeper: $US$28
Soft Sleeper: $US$44
1456/1457 Beijing Bei (North) - Tongliao 20:21
10:00
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1478
Hard Seat: $US$23
Hard Sleeper: $US$42
Soft Sleeper: $US$67
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  • Hard Seat: the cheapest option, and the coaches are usually overcrowded.
  • Soft Seat: one level above the hard seat, cleaner and more comfortable.
  • Hard Sleeper: basic accommodation for overnight or long-distance train travel; six bunks in a compartment.
  • Soft Sleeper: 4 bunks per compartment, each compartment being separate with a door; recommended for overnight and long-distance travel.
  • First Class Seat: available in D trains (Dongche); four seats a row, wider and more comfortable than soft seats; smoking is not allowed; recommended for several hours'ride;
  • Second Class Seat: available in D trains (Dongche); five seats a row, smaller sitting area than first class seats; smoking is not allowed.
  • Luxury Soft Sleeper: top level sleeper; only available in a few trains; 2 bunks per compartment, each compartment being separate with a door.

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