The city of Wuxi, located in the eastern part of Jiangsu Province on the northern shores of Lake Tai, is dubbed "Little Shanghai" due to its prosperity combined with its close proximity to the namesake city that it emulates, Shanghai. Wuxi is one of the most important railway hubs in eastern China, serving as the junction of the Shanghai-Nanjing Railway and the Xinyi-Changxing Railway. From Wuxi, the traveler can reach Shanghai in 60 minutes, and can reach nearby Suzhou in a mere 20 minutes, both via high-speed trains.
Wuxi Railway Station is located at 1 Chezhan Road in the Chong’an District. It can be reached by any of the following public buses: Nos. 2, 10, 11, 20, 201, 202, 204, 205, 208, 213, 23 or 25. In addition to the ticket office at Wuxi Railway Station, there are numerous alternative railway ticket offices spread throughout the city, though concentrated mainly in the following districts: Chong’an, Jiangyin and Yixing.
1.Train Ticket Office in Customer Service Co. Ltd of Meicun Town, Xishan District, Wuxi
2.Train Ticket Office in Customer Service Co. Ltd of Dongbeitang
3.Train Ticket Office of Integrated Service Co. Ltd in Dongting Town
4.Train Ticket Office in West Road of Gangxia Xigang
5.Train Ticket Office of Integrated Service Co. Ltd Huaxi Village
6.Train Ticket Office in Ticketing Office Center
7.Train Ticket Office in Changjiang Restaurant Ticketing Center
8.Train Ticket Office in Jiangyin post office
9.Train Ticket Office of Yanjiang
10.Train Ticket Office of Jiangyin Transport Co. Ltd Ticketing Center
11.Train Ticket Office in Customer Service Company in Qianqiao Town
12.Train Ticket Office in Integrated Service Company of Luoshe
13.Train Ticket Office in Ticketing Center of Economic Developing Industry Head Office
14.Train Ticket Office in customer service Co. Ltd of Yicheng Town
15.Train Ticket Office in Integrated Services Co. Ltd of Dingzhu Town
16.Train Ticket Office in Transport Co. Ltd.