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Train from Lhasa to Beijing

Beijing and Lhasa are both hot destinations for tourists from domestic and abroad. The two cities now has railway connected, which offer tourists a way to see the beauty along the railway from Beijing to the Tibetan Plateau by train. On our Lhasa travel guide you will find some information about Train from Lhasa to Beijing including Lhasa to Beijing Train Schedule & Fares. And also there are tips for travel to the two cities. Hopping these are helpful to you China tour. 

Lhasa to Beijing Train Schedule & Fares
Train 
No.
Departure Station
Arrival Station
Departure 
Time
Arrival 
Time
Running 
Time
Hard Seat 
Fare 
(CNY Yuan)
Hard Sleeper 
Fare 
(CNY Yuan)
Soft Sleeper 
Fare 
(CNY Yuan)
T28
Lhasa Railway Station
Beijing Western Railway Station
13:48
08:19
32 h 31 m
360
720/742/763
1144/1186

Beijing to Lhasa Train Route and Timetable
Stops
Date
Arr.
Dep.
Lhasa
Day1
Beginning
13:48
Nagqu
Day1
17:11
17:17
Golmud
Day2
02:48
03:08
Xining
Day2
12:00
12:20
Lanzhou
Day2
14:55
15:10
Zhongwei
Day2
20:10
20:19
Taiyuan
Day3
03:17
03:23
Shijiazhuang
Day3
05:36
05:40
Beijing West Station
Day3
08:19
End

Notes for Booking Train Tickets
1. Booking an original train is easier than booking a passing-by train. You can book a train ticket 10 days in advance at most. Above train schedule and fares are just for your reference, while they may change over time, you need to check them again.

2. Generally, the seats on the train in China have tow types including soft seat and hard seat. Also, there are tow kinds of sleeper seats on China's trains which are hard sleeper seat and soft sleeper seat. Hard sleeper seats are divided into upper hard sleeper, middle hard sleeper and lower hard sleeper (lower hard sleeper is the best); while soft sleeper seats are divided into upper soft sleeper and lower soft sleeper (lower soft sleeper is better).

Tips for travel to Lhasa and Beijing
•Domestic Travel High Season
The most crowded seasons in China are Chinese Spring Festival (usually in late Jan or early Feb.), International Labor Day (May 01 to 03) and National Day (Oct 01-07). Spring Festival and the National Day golden week are the most crowded time for travelling.

•Best Time to Visit Lhasa:
The best time to visit Lhasa is in summer and autumn, especially from August to October. The warm and humid climate in these two seasons is unlike the dry and windy weather in winter and spring. Summer and autumn are the most comfortable time in Lhasa; from March to October, the climate becomes mild and humid and is the best season for travel in Tibet. The Spring and Winter in Lhasa are dry and windy.
 
•Best Time to Visit Beijing:
The best time to travel inBeijingis in spring and autumn, especially the late March to May, and September to mid-October. Summer (June to August) is considered peak season, when hotels typically raise their rates and the Great Wall groans under the weight of marching tourists. The autumn months between September and November have the best weather and fewer tourists. Spring is less pleasant; not many tourists but lots of wind and dust.

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