Guangxi Transportation

Guangxi has three small ports, some major railway lines, including the Nanning-Kunming Line , an international airport and a few smaller domestic airports, and some quality highways linking major cities.

Air

There are five civil airports in the five cities of Guangxi, namely Nanning, Guilin, Beihai, Liuzhou and Wuzhou. Guilin, a world famous tourist city, has the largest airport in Guangxi, from which there are flights connecting most mainland cities, as well as Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, and foreign countries like Japan, Korea and Australia. Nanning, the capital city of Guangxi, has direct flights to Beijing in three hours, Guangzhou in one hour, Chengdu in one and a half hours and Dalian in five hours. Beihai has a dozen flights available every day.

Highway

Highways have been built all over Guangxi, and the city-to-city highways enable a cheap and convenient trip between different cities in Guangxi. It takes less time than before to travel from city to city. Now the journey from Nanning to Beihai is two hours, Nanning to Liuzhou is 2.5 hours and Nanning to Guilin is four hours. At the same time, there are also highways connecting neighboring cities and provinces, even foreign cities in Southeast Asia.

Waterway

In South Guangxi, there are three harbors in Beihai, Qinzhou and Fangcheng, which have an annual throughput capacity of more than 20 million tons. Passenger liners are able to take tourists to almost all the coastal cities in China, including Sanya City and Haikou City on Hainan Island.

In North Guangxi, the Li River plays an important part in providing fantastic cruises for tourists. Boats can be taken from both Guilin and Yangshuo. The section of the Li River from Guilin to Yangshuo is considered to have the best scenery along the Li River.

Questions and Answers About Guangxi Transportation

G H Lee 2013-10-29
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I am a single person going to Beihai to see a girl friend. What is the best way by train from Hong Kong to Beihai? Can Guangzhou city go to Beihai by train? What is the train like? Is it a bullet train? Is there a reasonable 3 star hotel near the Train Station at Beihai? What is the price for a single room? How can I make a booking for a single room? Is this a peak season for tourist business in Beihai? Will I be able to get a reasonable accommodation and not being hurry out of the hotel in for the next incoming tourist? Finally is it better to go by plane to Beihai from Hong Kong?

There is no train or flight from HK or Guangzhou to Beihai. You need to make a transit in Nanning. You can take flight or train from Guangzhou as it is not available from HK. For the train schedule, you can visit http://www.chinahighlights.com/china-trains/. For the flight research, you can visit http://www.chinahighlights.com/china-flights/. The hotel rate depends on the check in and check out date. The check in time is usually after 2pm and the check out time is usually before 12pm.

Ruby Zhao replied on 2013-10-29
Karl Bussler 2013-05-28
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I am a student at quangxi normal university and I need to find the best way there from Chicago in August.
Dear Karl, You could take a flight from Chicago to Guangzhou city, than change another flight from Guangzhou to Guilin. For the international flight ticket booking, I suggest you can check the price on this website, click: http://www.flychina.com For the domestic flight booking, you could book it on our website, click: http://www.chinahighlights.com/china-flights/ Lussie Lu replied on 2013-05-29
ann chow 2012-07-25
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coming from Singapore via Hong Kong. want to start trip from ShenZhen to Guangxi in the afternoon of 4th September. Need to take plan leaving Hong Kong on7 p.m.what can I do?
Ann, Guangxi is a province, so do you have the city name for this trip? Nanning is Guangxi' capital city, there are daily flights and trains from Shenzhen. Guilin is the most popular travel destination among Guangxi even whole China. It is famed for its amazing natural view, visitors could take the Li River Cruise to have the picturesque view, attend in the cooking class or Chinese calligraphy class at Yangshuo. You can learn more about from this page http://www.chinahighlights.com/guilin/ China Highligths can help you book the train, flight, hotel and tour pacakge, so you could check the banners and contact me directly karen@chinahighlights.net Karen Karen Yang replied on 2012-07-26
hiren patel 2012-07-15
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i want to go WUZHOU CITY.i am from mumbai india and i want to go wuzhou city. so, what can i do?
thanks friend but can u tell me train sedual? guest replied on 2012-08-31
Dear hiren patel , I've checked the coach schedule for you on the internet.The information is as follow: The bus starts at Yuexiu South Station in Guangzhou (2 Dongyuanheng Road) at 8am and it deaprts every 30 minutes. please pay attention that the last coach starts at 5:30pm. The ticket price is about 80 yuan. There are 2 trains running from Nanning to Wuzhou. K9326 departs at 8:40am and arrives at Nanning Railway Station at about 2:33pm. And K9336 starts at 11:45am and arrives at 5:44pm. The ticket price is 65 yuan for a hard seat. The earliest coach running from Guilin to Wuzhou starts at 12:30pm and it departs every 30 minutes until 6:30pm. If you have any further questions, please feel free to send emails to me. Hope it helps. Yours, Candice Song Candice Song replied on 2012-09-02
Hi! There is no direct plane from Mumbai to Wuzhou. You have to take a plane to Guangzhou, Nanning or Guilin. Then transfer a train or coach to Wuzhou. I think Guangzhou is the best transfer city. Peter replied on 2012-07-19
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