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Train to Shenzhen


The best thing about Shenzhen is that you can leave without much troubles. The city itself holds little to travelers and for cyclists it is quite a nightmare. Fortunately Shenzhen is very well connected to many major destinations in China. Here is the schedule for your train to Shenzhen (and vice versa).

The border in Shenzhen
The border in Shenzhen

Trains start right at the Lo Wu border with Hong Kong. Walk out of the customs building. At the left side you will see the railway station of Shenzhen. It's about 10 minutes walk from the border to the railway station.

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If the last character of train No. is A or B, means the train runs every other day. The first character of train number has special meanings.

  • K - express train
  • T - limited express
  • D - MU (Multiple Units) train
  • N - local express
  • L - temporary express
  • Z - Z express (through train)
  • C - Inter-city train
  • number - local train

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