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Trans-Mongolian Train Tickets Help

by VillaYoofYoofYoof


I'd like to know how easy it is get tickets for the Trans-Mongolian train from Beijing to Ulan Baatar?

There are 7 of us from England who are going to China & Mongolia in late June for 15 days.

We are on a bit of a tight schedule. We land in Beijing on Tuesday 24th June & were planning to go on the 7.40am train from Beijing to Ulan Baatar on the 25th. We have enquired with different agencies about a month ago & there was a price difference with everyone but CITS seemed the most reliable & they guaranteed they would get the tickets 1 month in advance.... We were planning to come back from UB on Monday 30th & have booked flights back to Beijing & have also booked hotels in UB & organised a Ger trip...

Yesterday, we had an e-mail saying that they (CITS) now can't guarantee the 7 1st class train tickets & the train authorities this summer are only releasing tickets the day before travel... Obviously this has f*cked up our travel plans & itinary

Does anybody know if anyone can guarantee these tickets, or how hard is it to get hold of them a day before travel? Is it worth risking waiting till we get to Beijing & try ourselves for tickets, knowing that if we can't we have wasted a lot of money on flights back from UB & hotels etc etc...

Any help regarding this would be gratefully appreciated... We are getting desperate now to find a reputable agent to secure our tickets for this train...

We can't believe the logic in selling the tickets only a day in advance, surely other tourists who have made plans to go on one of the great train journeys in the world would be put out.... It seems the Chinese authorities really arn't helping tourism in anyway by doing this, in their Olympic year you would think the would be doing opposite



Re: Trans-Mongolian Train Tickets Help

by SurfaceTravel

I have no direct advice, but I have used the people at The Russia Experience in the past for visas and train tickets from London to Hanoi, and I found them to be reliable. They are located near London. www.trans-siberian.co.uk

Re: Trans-Mongolian Train Tickets Help

by Maggah

Try this lot. They were great when we did it. Their main base is Hong Kong but they have a branch in Beijing. Hope you have a good trip.

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Beijing Tip

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This picture-perfect postcard gives you an aerial view of TianAnmen Square. If you can drag yourself out of bed (yes, DRAG!) before sunrise, you can actually catch the flag raising ceremony here at the crack of dawn, performed by PLA solders taught to march at a precised timing of 108 paces per minute, 75 cm per pace!!!!!! You can also watch the SAME ceremony - done in reverse order - at sunset. However you will probably melt in the throngs and throngs of people gathered here in the evenings. And you can't get a good view of the ceremony!!!!!!

The Beijing culture. Beijing...

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The Beijing culture. Beijing has many mix cultures of Han, Muslim, Mongolian, Manchurian and many more. Muslim restaurant are everywhere if you like, the taxi driver told us Muslims is second biggest group after the Han Chinese. As usual smoking is men's must no matter when or where.

If you have a chance, visit...

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If you have a chance, visit the country side. I happened to take a trip to a village. Folks there are very friendly and helpful. Even though I am a chinese, but maybe due to my dressing, I received curious looks everywhere I went.

The trip to the country side can be quite uncomfortable, but, you will find a lot of interesting things, especially for a city boy like myself. Here's my first encounter with a live donkey next to a corn field.

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Beijing Capital International Airport

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Beijing Capital International Airport locate at the east northern of Beijing, the capital of the People's Republic of China that is 25.35 Km far to the center of Beijing -- Tiananmen square. It is at the most important location and is the largest scale and in which establishment is the most consummate. In 1999, the new four-storey terminal (including basement level) covers an area of 336,000 square meters--three times the size of the former terminal--and puts much more emphasis on passenger comfort. The complex also includes a large-scale public parking building and a cargo station. It attract 66 airline companies including 11 domestic companies and 55 national companies. To be open to navigation or air traffic cities are are 88 domestic and 69 international. Everyweek there are 5000 flight start from here to all over world.


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