K89

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Beijing West to Hohhot

Train Number:K89Start Station:Beijing WestEnd Station:Hohhot
Train TypeKStart Time:22:17End Time:07:55
Intermediate Stations:Beijing West, Zhangjiakou South, Datong, Jining South, Hohhot East, Hohhot
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Beijing West 22:17 22:17 mins
2 Zhangjiakou South 01:26 01:34 8 mins
3 Datong 04:19 04:27 8 mins
4 Jining South 06:04 06:10 6 mins
5 Hohhot East 07:32 07:41 9 mins
6 Hohhot 07:55 07:55 mins

K89 is a K train route originating from Beijing West at 22:17, and arriving at the final destination of Hohhot at 07:55. The duration of the total journey is 9 hrs 38 mins. There are 6 stops in total: Beijing West, Zhangjiakou South, Datong, Jining South, Hohhot East, Hohhot. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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Second class is the standard seating which normally takes up 80%+ of the train. Seats are configured in a 3 + 2 arrangement and are spacious compared to plane seats. First class seats are wider, positioned in a 2+2 arrangement, have slightly more legroom and a foldout foot stand. Business class is the top class (Yes, it’s opposite to airplanes), and is typically a 2+1 arrangement. It’s much like first class on a plane, with full lie-flat electric seats and (some) complimentary food.

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Is there a discount for return tickets?

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How far in advance can I purchase China Train Tickets?

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