Ordinary(Ordinary)

Train Type: Ordinary

Standing Room Ticket

Facilities in the coach
  • * No seat will only be sold without seats. It can only stand in the hard sleeper compartment and the front and rear ends of the carriage. The fare is the same as the hard seat.

Super Soft Bed

Facilities in the coach
  • * There are two beds in each box, a table and a closet.
  • * The bathroom is also relatively clean.
  • * Some luxury soft sleepers have separate wash basins and showers.

Hard Sleeper

Facilities in the coach
  • * A Hard Sleeper compartment usually comprises six berths arranged in three levels on the two sides.
  • * As the compartments lack doors, it is hard to have a good sleep due to continuous snores, kids’ crying, and the sound of the train moving.
  • * The fare is about twice as much as a hard seat.

Super Soft Bed

Facilities in the coach

Soft Bed

Facilities in the coach
  • * There are 4 beds in each soft bed, two on each side.
  • * Each bed is more spacious and has a comfortable bedding.
  • * Since there are only two beds on each side, the space inside the car is more spacious than the hard bed.
  • * Passengers can place luggage or items on the upper or lower bed of the bed.

Soft Bed

Facilities in the coach

Moving Bed

Facilities in the coach

Moving Bed

Facilities in the coach
  • * On the long-distance night train D train, there are 2 upper bunks and 2 lower bunks in each compartment of the train.
  • * Facilities in G trains and D trains include catering carts and snack carts.
  • * The bathroom is generally clean.

Hard Bed

Facilities in the coach

Business Class

Facilities in the coach
  • Business Class Seats are the equivalent of first class on an airplane and are only available on G and some D types on the Chinese high speed rail. There are two sofa-like seats on one side and one on the other side. The seats can be adjusted flat for passengers to lie down. The fare is the highest- about twice that of first class.

Super Seat

Facilities in the coach
  • * Some G/D trains do not have a business seat but have a special seat.
  • * Although the special seat is not as luxurious as a business seat, the comfort is still high, with reading lights and a video system.

Super Seat

Facilities in the coach

Soft Seat

Facilities in the coach
  • * The soft seat is more comfortable than the hard seat. This type of seat is located in one room and has an overhead luggage compartment.
  • * Soft seat cars are generally cleaner and less crowded.
  • * Available in air conditioning.

1st Class

Facilities in the coach
  • First Class Seats on C, D or G trains have four seats in a row, two on each side of the aisle. They are wider and softer than in second class. With a small pillow and a foldable footrest, they offer a more comfortable experience. The ticket fare is about 20% to 40% higher than second class.

2nd Class

Facilities in the coach
  • * This is the most affordable seat category in a high-speed train with power outlets.
  • * Although the second-class seats are not as spacious as other seats, this is still a good choice for the convenience of travelers.

Hard Seat

Facilities in the coach
  • * This type of seat is not so "hard", just using a thinner cushion. The car is generally crowded
  • * Smoking and non-air-conditioned compartments

No Seat

Facilities in the coach

Other Class

Facilities in the coach
  • Other Class