Chongqing belongs to western China and owns a massive area and a population in its territory. There are many ways to get around in Chongqing, but travelling by train is indeed the best.
Railway stations in Chongqing
There are 4 major railway stations. Chongqing North, Chongqing West, Chongqing South, and the main Chongqing Railway station. Out of these 4, the main one (Chongqing Railway Station) is the oldest.
Chongqing Railway Station
It has 4 platforms and 7 tracks. It’s mainly the ordinary trains that leave from the station daily, so you don’t get to enjoy a journey by a high-speed D-train from here!
The main trains
Where do you plan to head to during your stay at a Chongqing serviced residence the likes of Ascott Raffles City Chongqing? If it’s to Beijing, take the train K590 and if it’s to Tianjin, take the train K1064 from the station.
Sightseeing in Chongqing
All scenic spots such as Ciqikou Old Town, Dazu Grottoes, Chongqing Liberation Monument, and the Zoo are located very close by. You just have to take a bus or a taxi to travel a short distance from the station.