High Speed Rail connects Hong Kong West Kowloon Station with 44 Mainland stations without interchange. Apart from the “Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong” High Speed Rail for short-haul destinations, long-haul destinations such as Shanghai and Beijing are also covered. You can explore more destinations by interchanging to other trains in the 25,000km national high speed rail network.
Stopping at 44 stations:
“Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong” High Speed Rail:
Futian, Shenzhenbei, Guangmingcheng, Humen, Qingsheng, Guangzhounan
Beijingxi, Changshanan, Chaoshan, Fuzhou, Chaoyang, Chenzhouxi, Guiyangbei, Hengyangdong, Guilinxi, Hangzhoudong, Houmen, Huidong, Huizhounan, Jiaomei, Jinhua, Kuitan, Kunmingnan, Lufeng, Nanchangxi, Puning, Putian, Quanzhou, Raoping, Shanghai Hongqiao, Shangrao, Shanwei, Shaoguan, Shenzhen Pingshan, Shijiazhuang, Wuhan, Xiamen, Xiamenbei, Yunxiao, Zhangpu, Zhangzhou, Zhao’an, Zhengzhoudong, Zhuzhouxi
The first and last trains depart from the Hong Kong West Kowloon Station at around 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. respectively every day. Train frequency will be adjusted to suit the traveling demands on weekdays, weekends and peak periods*. During peak periods, there will be 114 and 13 pairs# of train a day for the “Guangzhou - Shenzhen - Hong Kong” High Speed Rail and long haul destinations respectively. For the convenience of different travellers, some train trips will stop at intermediate stations. Journey time for the same destination may vary according to the number of intermediate stations of the selected train trip
Vibrant Express trains operated by MTR Corporation and Mainland trains serve the “Guangzhou – Shenzhen – Hong Kong” High Speed Rail, while the long-haul trains are provided by Mainland railway operators. With a spacious design, first class and second class seat options, thoughtful on-board facilities and amenities such as adjustable backrest and power socket, Vibrant Express will give a comfortable travel experience. Click here to learn more about the on-board facilities and amenities available on the Vibrant Express.
Remark: Actual number of trains will be adjusted according to operational needs
*Peak periods: Hong Kong general holidays, Mainland public holidays, summer holidays in July and August and the Spring Festival travel seasons in the Mainland
#Each pair of train refers to a round trip