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China Oriental

Lufthansa City Center


Travel around China in HSR

China has a well-developed high speed rail (HSR) network which covers 29 of the 34 provincial-level administrative divisions and exceeds 22000km in total length. With a maximum speed reaching 350 km/h, it helps visitors to move from one city to another easily, efficiently and comfortably.

Hukun Line: Hangzhou-Changsha-Kunming

West Lake of Hangzhou

The tour begins in Hangzhou, one of the core cities of the Yangtze River Delta. It's renowneed and prosperous not only due to its position on the Hangzhou Bay, but also to its beautiful natural scenery, between which, the West Lake is its best-known attraction.

After a 3.5-hour trip in HSR, we arrive at south part of China: Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province. The recorded history of Changsha can be traced back 3,000 years. Tomb relics from the primitive periods witnessing the earliest human activities have been discovered in this region.

Following the Hukun Line, in 5.5 hours, it takes us to Kunming, capital of Province Yunnan, which means the South of the Cloud, it’s one of the most colorful and beautiful province in China. The landscape is extremely varied- from the luxuriant fertile plains to rugged Tibetan highland.

Ganden Sumtseling Monestery from far away