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New and big as everything in Beijing. A bit hard to navigate unless you are going by
Metro or bus. I took a bullet train heading to Shanghai and since I was leaving Beijing I wanted to withdraw the remaining amount in my IC card....More
You can get Yikatong refund at Beijing South Railway station (for those entering Beijing from southern cities - like Tianjin in my case).
The Yikatong service center is situated on your left right after you exiting the turnstile on the north exit (but still inside...More
This is a very busy station with many things happening but is the key place to be able to get trains to go visit different cities in the south of Beijing all the way to Shanghai. You need to have a translator or go with...More
Our train arrived at Beijing South Railway Station around 11 PM. We try to get a Taxi to our hotel about 2 - 3 miles away. However, people worked at the train station told us the wait was very long (hours), and directed us to...More
This was my first trip to Beijing South Railway Station. I was told to leave early from my hotel (Westin Beijing Chaoyang) - approximately 40 minutes. It was a comfortable ride to the station.
The cab driver dropped me off at the west entrance which...More
This train station is amazing. It's very easy to navigate, although we buy our tickets through the hotel because it's easier.
You go through airport type security before entering the building. You carry your own luggage, because they don't have carts.
The station is huge...More
At the third attempt I've worked out the easiest pick up point is the West Entrance on the 2nd level (departures).
When you arrive into Beijing South Railway Station, head towards the South Exit but go through the security check and up the escalator.
We did a 1/2 day tour of TianJin. Took a high speed rail from Beijing South Railway Station subway station (direct link) to TianJin. Experience was smooth and fast even though it was crowded. Train is very clean. Price was affordable at 54.50yuan/way for 30mins...More
The station is one huge room. The gates (tracks) are paired, 1 abdv2, 3abd 4, etc. I'm guessing there are about 30 tracks, meaning 15 pairs. Once you get through the entrance, you are in about the middle of the station... More
The station is one huge room. The gates (tracks) are paired, 1 abdv2, 3abd 4, etc. I'm guessing there are about 30 tracks, meaning 15 pairs. Once you get through the entrance, you are in about the middle of the station. Logically, track 11 should be in around the first third, towards one end. It's important to know the tracks have two entrances. This will be pretty obvious. One entrance is for people in the first half of the train, the second for people in the last half of the train. They sort of make announcements, but if you see a line forming for your track, you should get on it.