A modern station with convenient transportation. You can get there by lines 4 and 14. Unlike other high-speed railway stations, Beijing South is located in the downtown area. The building is great, well-equipped and clean.
Very large after re-construction. Very convenient to book and pick up tickets, as well as to take trains.
Good location. Transportation available at both the south and north square.
Big station with many people. The transportation is very convenient.
The old Shanghai Station. It looks old from both inside and outside. I hope it can be renovated one day.
More crowded than I imagined. There are long queues at the ticket vending machines. The environment feels new and clean.
Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station is an important traffic hub. Every day hundreds of thousands of passengers are transferred here.
Have been there when I went to Zhejiang. It looked messy from the outside, because of the high passenger traffic. It was better inside.
It's connected with Line 1 and 3. There are lots of restaurants and shops, including discount shops.
Mainly normal speed trains stop here.
Guangzhou Railway Station hasn't changed much since its reform and reopening. It's no wonder that it can't keep up with the increasing needs and falls behind other cities. The surroundings inside the station have been improved with a garden, business waiting room and a cleaner, brighter waiting room. However, it has been risky over the years because outside the station there are many pickpockets and hustlers. So, you better enter the station half an hour prior to departure and don't linger at the station square.
The most important train station in southern China.
It's fast and convenient to take high-speed railways to Shenzhen, Dongguan and Hong Kong.
The transportation is very convenient thanks to its location in central Guangzhou.
The management is a little poor. The railway stations in Guangzhou are all just so-so, in my opinion.
It's the nearest high-speed railway station to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. But it takes half an hour minimum and there are few trains to the airport.
It's just the former Huadu Train Station. It's small in size and schedule, with only a few trains stopping here.
It's a little bit far to go to Huadu to take trains and the transportation there is not very convenient.
The high-speed railway takes only 36 minutes from Guangzhou South to Shenzhen North, which is convenient. Catering services are comprehensive, including KFC, McDonald's, Dicos and Ajisen Ramen. There are also waiting areas for children and the disabled and you can buy some souvenirs here in the gift shop. Guangzhou South is really impressive and I'll come again.
Shenzhen railway station is very large. The transportation is convenient because of its location in Luohu District.
Too many people passing the border. The environment is complicated and messy.
It's at the heart of the old town of Luohu District. Its surroundings are dirty and messy like many other stations. It's the terminal station for the Guangzhou-Shenzhen intercity railway.
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