Beijing to Lhasa Train
Beijing-Lhasa Train Z21 departs daily at 20:00 from Beijing West Railway Station and arrives at Lhasa Railway Station at 12:45 two days later, taking 40:45 hours to ride through as far as 3,757 kilometers and cross over 8 provinces. Its return train is Z22 (Lhasa-Beijing).
Beijinging - Lhasa Train Tickets Online Booking
- Train No.
- Train Stops
- Beijing West (20:00)
Shijiazhuang North (22:33)
- Lhasa (12:45)
Price of Train Tickets
About Ticket Price:
The ticket prices above are the net prices. In reality, since the demand for Tibet train ticket far exceeds the supply, to successfully book the train ticket for you, an additional service fee is involved. However, we will manage to secure the ticket and ensure you a seamless Tibet train journey.
About Tibet Travel Permit:
Tibet travel permit is needed for collecting your Tibet train ticket and also boarding the train. Once you book the train ticket with us, we will guarantee to get the Tibet permit for you. We will deliver the permit to your hotel or any other place you prefer in Beijing. For some emergency circumstances, we can hand it to you personally at Beijing West Railway Station before your train trip.
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More Detailed Information about Beijing Tibet Train
Beijing is considered as the best place to begin Tibet Journey because Beijing enjoys easy transportation and China’s classical historical attractions. Known as the capital and one of the most vibrant cosmopolitans of China, Beijing is often the first option for foreign travellers to access China. Beijing Capital International Airport, being the second busiest airport in the world, has an annual throughput of over 90 million passengers and it can literally receive travellers from any part of the globe and vice versa.
Foreign tourists may choose to land in Beijing and tour some must-see attractions such as Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, etc en route to Tibet by Qinghai-Tibet railway. Besides, some of tourists can continue their journey to Nepal via Tibet. In fact, Beijing-Tibet-Nepal is one of the most popular tourism routes for travelers to travel in Asia.