Quanjude Hotel

No. 69 Jiudu Road, Xigong District, Luoyang, Henan, 471000, China
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train Shanghai to Luoyang

by annarm

Hi, I'd like to know about the train K738/735 from Shanghai to Luoyang. Is it a nice train, is it on time, and can one actually get some sleep in a soft sleeper with all those stops? Also, can I be assured of getting sleeper--there are four of us--if we buy the ticket in Shanghai 6/12 for a 6/15 departure? Thanks for the info.

Re: train Shanghai to Luoyang

by okimrong

It's on time usually.
No problem to get some sleep in a soft sleeper with all those stops.
You can buy the ticket 3 days ahead.
I doubt that you can get the ticket on 6/12 ,but 6/13 should be sure.
(..15 14 13 12..)
(.. 1 2 3 4..)

Re: train Shanghai to Luoyang

by ellyse

It's not one of those really lousy trains, but it's nowhere near being as nice as the D and Z trains.
Trains in China are generally on time, yes.
I personally should be fine getting sleep, but I don't know about you.
I doubt you'll be able to get soft sleeper for 15/6 if you only buy on 12/6. Contrary to what the previous answerer said, tickets go on sale 10 days in advance!
Let me know if you need help getting train tickets -- I'm studying in Shanghai and might be able to help.

Travel Tips for Luoyang

Take a bath

by ChuckG

Not sure if I should recommend this but i saw some pictures of the interior of the "bath house" and some seem pretty luxury. Its a local custom i guess for business man to go there and relax among men in the sauna, shower, bath, etc...

Luoyang

by elpariente

Luoyang está a la orilla del río Amarillo , Huang Ge , en una gran llanura que es donde el río deposita los sedimentos y el limo y la convierte en una de las regiones agrícolas más productivas de China
Fue el centro del Universo Chino , albergó 13 dinastías , hasta que en el siglo X en que la dinastía Song decidió cambiar la capital a Kaifeng.
Hoy en día es una ciudad industrial y moderna , donde se ven pocos recuerdos de su historia , pero está cerca de dos sitios muy interesantes , las cuevas de Longmen y el templo Shaolin

Luoyang is on the banks of the Yellow River, Huang Ge, in a great plain where the river deposits the sediment and silt that makes it one of the most productive agricultural regions of China
It was the centre of the Chinese universe, hosted 13 dynasties, up to the tenth century that the Song dynasty decided to change the capital to Kaifeng.
Today is a modern industrial city, where there are few reminders of its history, but is about two very interesting sites, the Longmen caves and the Shaolin temple

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