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Q: Can I buy train tickets from Suzhou to Shanghai online?

Or do I have to line up at the railway station each time? If online booking is an option, I'd appreciate it if someone could tell me the website details. Thanks.

10 years 48 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Suzhou

 
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not yet.
u neeed go to train station then you can buy it...and also you need use your id...

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if you can speak chinese, you can make a call...to book u ticket..

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you can buy tickets on www.12306.cn its an chinese website, you need chinese friends to help you, or you can install chrome and youdao dictionary in your computer, it provides instatnt web translations of course free of course, buy ticket online , they will proivde you a code , use code and your ID and collect it from railway station of departure for free, and if its different city , they will charge you 5 RMB, you can also collect from any railway ticket seeling evnders by paying 5 RMB

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You can go to small train ticket booths that are located around the city, rather than queuing with 2013130 other people. www.qunar.com lets you see what's available. I usually bought them in person / at other booths.

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I always buy the train ticket online at www.12306.cn. Its very convenience and we can check the option available with a proper plan in thought. I can help you to buy it if you cannot read Chinese wording. Only some service charge will apply.

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