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Stay at Overnight Train Beijing, Beijing

The majority of Chinese people still use the train to get around China, and taking an overnight train can be a good way to experience a slice of Chinese life.

Overnight Train Beijing, Beijing, China

The majority of Chinese people still use the train to get around China, and taking an overnight train can be a good way to experience a slice of Chinese life. Carriages are divided into compartments, which will usually have four bunks - two up, two down.

If you would prefer the privacy of your own compartment we can arrange this. Toilet facilities are shared and are on either side of the carriage. No meals are included, though some trains will have a restaurant car - you shouldn't count on this though.

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