China Bullet Train
Trains are the best and major ways to transport in China at reasonable price and speed. The railway line has covered every province, except Hainan and the link to Lhasa was completed in 2006. The major national arteries include Jingguang (Beijing to Guangzhou), Jingjiu (Beijing to Kowllon), Jinghu (Beijing to Shanghai), Jingha (Beijing to Harbin), Longhai (Lanzhou to Liangyungang) trunk lines. And international railway lines have routes to Ulan Boator (Mongolian), Pyongyang (North Korea), Moscow (Russia), Hanoi (Vietnam), Alma-ata (Kazakhstan). The national railways are always very busy especially during given times like Spring Festival. Most trains have dining cars and the food is generally passable.
In 2007, the high-speed rail service was introduced to China. The high-speed train is faster, more punctual and more comfortable and convenient than normal ones.