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China Train Travel – Know before you go

China Train Travel – Know before you go

With the spectacular mountain ranges to the south or west, China – fascinatingly diverse or impossibly vast – is a popular travel destination in the world. As a world’s fastest growing economy, China offers various opportunities for New Zealand tourism. Tens of thousands of New Zealanders travel overseas every year. China is one of the fastest growing visitor markets of New Zealand which has increased the number of visitors from New Zealand to China. If you’re a New Zealander or planning a trip to China, then you should equip yourself with Travel Insurance Direct to ensure that your journey is a safe or secure one.

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Shijiazhuang

shijiazhuang

Shijiazhuang, the capital city of Hebei is province's centre of economy, politics, finance, technology, information and culture. Shijiazhuang is well known city for tourism because of historical position in the revolutionary history of China and beautiful natural scenery which can impress you deeply.

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Why travel by train in China?

why travel by train in china

China has a vast territory with stunning landscapes and railways are the most efficient method of transportation for visitors. It has a complex network of trains that connect almost all the main cities and towns in the country. With the development of Chinese railways, train tours have become very popular for tourists to roam around the vast country. These days, trains are the first choice for tourists and locals because they are convenient and cheap.

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Chengdu-Dujiangyan High Speed Railway

 chengdu dujiangyan high speed railway

The Chengdu-Dujiangyan High Speed Railway is a 65km railway line linking Chengdu and Dujiangyan in Sichuan province. It is a passenger-dedicated, dual-track, high-speed, electrified railway line in Sichuan Province. This railway has been built to withstand an earthquake of 8.0 magnitude and opened on the second anniversary of the massive earthquake which killed around 70,000 people in China.

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