Guangzhou Kowloon Through Train is operating by both Guangshen Railway Co Ltd and MTR of Hong Kong.
Semi-high Speed Trains are Mainland-made trains operated by the Guangshen Railway Co Ltd. There is First Class Coach.
Ktt is wholly operated by MTR. There are Premium Class and First Class Coaches. Single Journey First Class Ticket Fare in HK$190 for Adult and HK$95 for child*.
|Guangzhou Kowloon |
Through Train Schedule
|Guangzhou East - Hung Hom/Kowloon|
|Train No.||Depart Guangzhou||Arrive Hong Kong|
|Guangzhou East Station||Station Lobby||Station Entrance|
*Child tickets are for children aged 5 to 9 only. Passengers aged 10 or above should purchase adult tickets. A child under the age of 5 and accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket may travel for free, provided that the child does not occupy a seat.Tickets are valid only for the boarding station, train number and date as shown on the ticket.
|Through Train Schedule|
|Hung Hom/Kowloon - Guangzhou East|
|Train No.||Depart Hong Kong||Arrive Guangzhou|
|Customer Service Centre||Schedule Notice Board||Jusco Department Store|
|Train Ticket||Station Hallway||Enquiry|
Kowloon is the peninsula of Hong Kong. Hong Kong is a vibrant city with a diversified and liberal cultural life, where the East and West meet harmoniously. The magnificent harbour, matched by diverse tourist attractions and stunning countryside, has made Hong Kong Asia's leading tourist destination.
Information for passengers:
1. Passengers are required to arrive at the station 45 minustes before trains departure for exit formalities. The boarding gate will be closed 10 minutes before the train departs.
2. Passengers may carry bagge on board free of charge: 20Kg for adult. 10 Kg for child (including children traveling free of charge). The total external measurement (length + width + height) must not exceed 160 cm. Any article in excess must be consigned.
You can check your train schedule by inputing your departure and arrival city. China Train Schedule will not include Guangzhou Hong Kong Through Train schedule.
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