This station is huge but very systematic. Many varities of food. While in China u must experience fast train traveling.
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A Chinese railway station in a large metropolitan area is a melting pot of classes, local and visitors, indiscretions, fast foods, hawkers and noise. No one in the ticket or helping stations speak English. The bathrooms are crowded, malodorous, but no longer smoke filled, even...More
We took the high-speed train from Shanghai to Beijing, and arrived at the station pretty early because our morning tour ended earlier than expected. There was a long line to get through security, but then you're just in a HUGE open waiting hall. There are...More
Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station is too messy due to the huge nos of people who moved in and out without consideration to other
the station is MASSIVE. with massive station, comes MASSIVE crowds, of all walks of life. Don't expect order or civility much from other passengers. If you do not hold a Chinese ID card, buy your tickets IN ADVANCE, have them in your hand BEFORE you...More
Serving mainly the high-speed rail lines, Hongqiao Railway Station is a vast modern structure with a total area of 1.3 million square meters and 4 floors. It is a well-maintained facility with many shops and eateries located throughout the station. There is an adequate amount...More
The station is huge but very good say to navigate around. Signs in English and easy to find your departure gate. The food halls are good with all types of food. When you board you go down to the station platforms and easily board your...More