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Lhasa Holy Highlights 4 days
Potala Palace, Johkang Temple, St.Barkhor, Drepung & Sera Monastery from $357
Tibet-Nepal overland 8 days
Lhasa holy highlights, Gyantse, Shigatse Syaka, Mt. Everest, Border from $890
Tibetan Hidden Gems 8 days
Lhasa holy highlights, Ganden Monastery, Reting Monastery, Namtso Lake from $607

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Beijing-Lhasa Train Pictures

Safety is the first priority when the Qinghai-Tibet train is designed, and the train of T27 from Beijing to Lhasa is not exceptional. The train all together has 15 carriages except the locomotive. Among them, 8 are hard-sleeper carriage with each holding 60 passengers, 2 are soft-sleeper carriage with each holding 32 passengers, 4 are soft-seat carriages with each holding 98 passengers, and the single one is the dining car for passengers to have meals.

Beijing to Lhasa train hard sleeper Beijing to Lhasa train hard sleeper

Hard-sleeper: Though the name of "Hard" Sleeper may sound uncomfortable, but if fact, hard sleeper bunks of Beijing to Lhasa trains are reasonably comfortably padded, and bedding is also supplied. Hard sleeper consists of open-plan carriages with a broad aisle on one side of the car, bays of 6 bunks (upper, middle & lower) on the other side. It is a good choice if you are on a tight budget.

Beijing to Lhasa train soft-sleeper Beijing to Lhasa train soft-sleeper

Soft-sleeper: Soft sleepers are more spacious, only 4 bunks in each carriage, two upper & two lower. All necessary bedding is provided. Inside the carriage, there is a table and beneath it a thermos bottle of hot water is provided too. The carriage has a slide-door which can lock conveniently and so your privacy and luggage is well protected. The Beijing to Lhasa train is even equipped with individual flat-screen TV and power sockets for laptops & mobiles. It is a very comfortable option if your budget allows.

Beijing to Lhasa train soft-seat Beijing to Lhasa train soft-seat

Soft-seat: The running time of Beijing to Lhasa train is 43.5 hours, so we do not suggest you take this class unless your budget is really very tight. It will be very tough for you to sit 43.5 hours without good sleeping. Insufficient sleep will cause trouble for you to acclimatize the high altitude while you arrive in Lhasa.

Beijing to Lhasa train washroom

Beijing to Lhasa train toilet

Washrooms:
There is no single private bathroom on board, but one open and public sink area at each side of each car (one is washroom, the other is toilet). That is to say, dozens of passengers on each car will share them. Most of time, the washrooms and toilets are tidy and clean because the attendant will clean them frequently, so there will be no much problem to share them at the same time. Note that there is no toilet paper provided, please bring by yourself.

     

Beijing to Lhasa Train Tours

Travel to Tibet from Beijing to Lhasa by train is the most popular way for tourists to enter Tibet, we not only provide tourists with the most informative info about the train, but also with reliable Beijing to Lhasa train tickets and Tibet travel permit service. Our most popular Beijing to Tibet train tours include:

Beijing to Lhasa Train Tour plus Tibet Ancient Cities
9 Days        Beijing - Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse

Beijing to Lhasa Train Tour plus EBC
Beijing - Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Mt. Everest

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