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Xiamen to Hong Kong West Kowloon

Train Number:G3005Start Station:XiamenEnd Station:Hong Kong West Kowloon
Train TypeGStart Time:17:09End Time:21:39
Intermediate Stations:Xiamen, Jiaomei, Zhangzhou, Raoping, Chaoshan, Shanwei, Huizhou South, Shenzhen Pingshan, Shenzhen North, Hong Kong West Kowloon
Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Xiamen 17:09 17:09 0 mins
2 Jiaomei 17:35 17:37 2 mins
3 Zhangzhou 17:48 17:50 2 mins
4 Raoping 18:34 18:36 2 mins
5 Chaoshan 18:53 18:56 3 mins
6 Shanwei 19:48 19:50 2 mins
7 Huizhou South 20:28 20:30 2 mins
7 Shenzhen Pingshan 20:32 20:34 2 mins
8 Shenzhen North 21:00 21:20 20 mins
9 Hong Kong West Kowloon 21:39 21:39 0 mins

G3005 is a G train route originating from Xiamen at 17:09, and arriving at the final destination of Hong Kong West Kowloon at 21:39. The duration of the total journey is 4 hours 33 minutes. There are 10 stops in total: Xiamen, Jiaomei, Zhangzhou, Raoping, Chaoshan, Shanwei, Huizhou South, Shenzhen Pingshan, Shenzhen North, Hong Kong West Kowloon. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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