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Whilst travel is one of the most rewarding and enjoyable ways to spend your time, arranging your travel can be complicated, stressful and difficult. Especially in places where your language isn’t widely spoken, making sure you’ve booked the right ticket is essential. Let us organise yours; no more scouring the internet for a legitimate website, waiting in line, or struggling to communicate with a translate app.

If you don’t see what you’re looking for below, get in touch. With connections across the globe, we can usually find what you need, or point you in the right direction. Depending on the type of tickets, they will either be hand delivered, or waiting for you to collect.

  • china fast train

    One of China’s greatest accomplishments in our modern day living is having a state-of-the-art, smart and comfortable train network that in many situations can work out better than flying domestically within China. However, trying to obtain train tickets as a foreign tourist in China is very complicated and stressful unless you are Chinese, hold a local Chinese bank card and speak enough Chinese to communicate with the overcrowded ticket office where also the concept of lining up calmly and patiently does not exist..

    So let us help you to avoid missing out on train tickets or even worse… purchasing the only remaining ‘standing only’ ticket (nightmare alert). Please contact us to help your travels in China on time and stress free.

    Simply fill out the form below about which ticket you require and we will email you back with a quote. After purchasing the tickets with us online, your tickets will be ready for you to pick up in China!

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    Passport No.

    Class of Ticket
    SeatHard-sleeperSoft-sleeper

    Number of Tickets

    Originating City

    Destination City

    Date

     

    first and second class china train

    2nd Class Seat (left) 1st Class Seat (right) – fast train

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    Hard Sleeper

    insidetrainsoft

    Soft Sleeper

  • dandong ferry

    Ferry Tickets – Dandong (China) – Incheon (South Korea)

    If you wish to make your way down to South Korea after touring with us in China or North Korea or if you just happen to be in the area we are able to save you the extreme hassles of buying a ferry ticket from a Chinese vendor.

    Route Schedule Time
    Dandong – Incheon Tuesday/Thursday/Sunday Depart Dandong at 4:00pm
    Arrive in Incheon at 9:00am the following day

    Ferry Ticket Costs

    • VIP Class (2 people/cabin): €255 per person (only 3 cabin in each ferry, so easy to book out)
    • 2nd Class ( 4 people/cabin): €195 per person
    • 3rd Class (6 people/cabin): €175 per person
    • 4th Class (multiple people/cabin): €165 per person

    Please note you must check-in before 2pm to board your ferry. The price is not including the local port tax which is 30 rmb (pay the ticket collected before boarding) and the meal on the ferry is 30RMB – 50RMB per person per meal.

  • transsiberian

    Talk to any traveller worth anything, and the Trans-Siberian/Mongolian railway is either something they have done, or something very much on their to do list. An iconic travel adventure that is not only the best train journey on earth, but arguably one of the best of any trips possible. Every November YPT arrange our Eurasian Adventure Tour, but aside from that we are now pleased to announce our ability to offer tickets originating in China for this adventure.

    Our prices are some of the cheapest available as we are based in Beijing, and charge a very small service fee. Prices are fully inclusive, and will be hand delivered to you in Beijing with an information pack on taking the train, with our YPT delivery guide being happy to answer any questions you might have about the trip.

    Prices are quoted in Chinese CNY, but can be paid in the currency of your choice at the daily exchange rate.

    If you require Russian Visa Support or have further questions, please contact us.

    K3 Trans-Mongolian Railway

    Beijing to Moscow via Mongolia (K3): The weekly Trans-Siberian Train K3 leaves Beijing every Wednesday. The 7,621 km (4,735 mile) journey takes 6 days. This train cuts across the Gobi desert and Mongolia, then crosses Siberia. This train has deluxe 2-berth compartments, 1st class 4-berth (soft sleeper) compartments & 2nd class (hard sleeper) 4-berth compartments.

    Timetable

    Stations

    Category and Price (CNY/Person)

    Weekdays

    Arrival

    Departure

    Deluxe Soft Sleeper

    (Individual)

    Soft Sleeper*

    (Individual)

    Hard Sleeper

    (Individual)

    Wed

    11:22

    Beijing

    16:56

    17:08

    Jiningnan

    21:48

    00:59

    Erlian

    Thu

    01:25

    02:40

    Dzamyn-Ude

    14:20

    15:25

    Ulan-Bator

    2583

    2423

    1922

    20:14

    22:04

    Nauski

    2908

    2723

    2093

    Fri

    02:14

    02:44

    Ulan-Ude

    3332

    3104

    2362

    10:49

    11:14

    Irkutsk

    3729

    3510

    2653

    Sat

    15:53

    16:12

    Novosibirsk

    4752

    4434

    3259

    23:26

    23:46

    Omsk

    5095

    4720

    3455

    Sun

    06:31

    06:51

    Tjumen

    5320

    4945

    3605

    11:15

    11:42

    Swerdrowsk

    5530

    5126

    3729

    17:16

    17:36

    Perm

    5709

    5207

    3851

    Mon

    13:58

    Moscow

    6304

    5814

    4196

    K19 Trans-Siberian Railway

    Beijing to Moscow (K19): The weekly Trans-Manchurian Train K19 leaves Beijing every Saturday to Moscow via Manchuria, taking just over six days to cover the 8,986km (5,623 miles). The train has 1st class 2-berth compartments and 2nd class 4-berth compartments.

    Timetable

    Stations

    Category and Price (CNY/Person)

    Weekdays

    Arrival

    Departure

    Deluxe Soft Sleeper

    (Individual /Group)

    Hard Sleeper

    (Individual /Group)

    Sat 23:00 Beijing
    Sun 00:35 00:41 Tianjin
    08:47 08:55 Shenyang
    12:03 12:10 Changchun
    14:49 15:10 Harbin
    Mon 04:18 07:01 Manchuria
    03:26 08:03 Zabeikalsk 2795 2053
    18:08 18:33 Tcita 3439 2474
    Tue 04:54 05:20 Ulan-Ude 3941 2798
    13:25 13:55 Irkutsk 4193 2956
    Wed 06:35 07:14 Krasnoyarsk 4712 3295
    18:39 18:58 Novosibirsk 5150 3571
    Thu 03:14 03:32 Omsk 5469 3763
    14:47 15:14 Swerdrowsk 5900 4055
    Fri 17:58 Moscow 6744 4591

    TICKETING

    1. Departure from Beijing only. Round trip tickets are not available.
    2. Train tickets are point-to-point only, i.e. Tickets are NOT valid any more once the passenger gets off the train halfway.
    3. Full YPT terms and conditions are available on request