CRH: China High Speed Train Timings

CRH - China High Speed Train Timetable - Visit Real China

Chongqing Arrivals

Train #DepartingArrivingDeparture TimeArrival TimeJourney Duration
D5102ChengduChongqing North08:0010:202 hrs 20 mins
D5104ChengduChongqing North08:5311:202 hrs 27 mins
D5106Chengdu EastChongqing North10:2312:221 hrs 59 mins
D5108Chengdu EastChongqing North11:4513:592 hrs 14 mins
D5110Chengdu EastChongqing North13:1615:362 hrs 20 mins
D5114Chengdu EastChongqing North15:1617:332 hrs 17 mins
D5116Chengdu EastChongqing North16:4819:062 hrs 18 mins
D5118Chengdu EastChongqing North18:3920:582 hrs 19 mins
D5120Chengdu EastChongqing North19:5422:252 hrs 31 mins
D5122ChengduChongqing North21:0223:302 hrs 28 mins
D5134ChengduChongqing North12:5415:132 hrs 19 mins

Other CRH Train Timings
Chongqing Arrivals | Chongqing Departures | All Cities 

Interchange Stations
Guangzhou (134 trains) | Shenzhen (85 trains) | Shanghai (77 trains) | Fuzhou (56 trains) | Xiamen (53 trains) | Jilin (42 trains) | Yichang (40 trains) | Dalian (39 trains) | Chengdu (38 trains) | Changchun (36 trains) | Beijing (36 trains) | Hankou (31 trains) | Harbin (29 trains) | Wuchang (27 trains) | Nanchang (26 trains)

Tips on travel and stay in China
Traveling to China has its own challenges! The following tips will help first time visitors to China: One should take along some usual medicines, such as those for colds, diarrhea, etc. when traveling. Medical facilities (both Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine) are widely available in China and are usually very inexpensive. China's currency is Yuan. Foreign currency is generally not accepted at most shops. You can use your international debit cards at ICBC or HSBC ATMs to get local currency. Direct phones are very common in China. You can also buy a SIM card from any China Unicom or China Mobile stores. Electricity supply is 220 volts. Universal adapters may be needed since China uses type I or type G sockets. All foreign visitors require visas to visit China. Chinese people are delighted if you make any attempt to speak Mandarin, even if it is only a couple of words! Ni Hao is a customary greeting in China. Traveling during China's national holidays may be difficult as most local transports are fully booked. China is generally very safe and has a very low crime rate per capita.