Frequenty Asked Questions

What is a Mainland Domestic Ticket?

A Mainland Domestic Ticket is a ticket for a journey with departure and destination stations being Mainland stations, for example, the ticket for a journey from Zhengzhoudong to Xianbei is a Mainland Domestic Ticket.

Can I buy a Mainland Domestic Ticket in Hong Kong?

Travellers who wish to buy Mainland Domestic ticket in Hong Kong can go to the designated ticketing counter at Hong Kong West Kowloon Station. The counter is operated by China Railway (Hong Kong) Holdings Ltd. and a service charge applies. Click here for more information.

Is the definition of a child for a Mainland Domestic Ticket the same as a Cross Boundary Ticket?

Yes. For both Mainland Domestic Ticket and Cross Boundary Ticket, a child refers to a traveller under the age of 18 and of height between 1.2-1.5m.

Is the definition of an adult for a Mainland Domestic Ticket the same as a Cross Boundary Ticket?

Yes. For both Mainland Domestic Ticket and Cross Boundary Ticket, an adult refers to a traveller at least the age of 18 or of height above 1.5m.