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Nanjing - Changsha High-Speed Trains

This train route links the capitals of Jiangsu and Hunan provinces. Twelve pairs of trains operate on the this route daily and they are all high-speed trains operating between Nanjing South Railway Station and Changsha South Railway Station.

Quick Facts

  • Distance: 895 kilometers (556 miles)
  • Duration: 4–7 hours
  • Terminals: Nanjing South Railway Station, Changsha South Railway Station
  • Main stops: Nanjing, Hangzhou, Nanchang, Changsha

Nanjing to Changsha High-Speed Train Schedules

(Updated on May 9, 2020)

Train Number

Departure

Arrival

Duration

G1505

07:20

14:01

6 h 41 min

G1545

08:43

13:04

4 h 21 min

G1481

11:37

17:47

6 h 10 min

G1777

16:43

21:24

4 h 41 min


Please note: These are only some of the trains in operation. The timetable above is just for your reference. If you want up-to-date schedules, please use the search tool at the top of this page or search via our China Highlights train ticket service.

Changsha to Nanjing High-Speed Train Schedules

(Updated on May 9, 2020)

Train Number

Departure

Arrival

Duration

G1778

07:15

12:22

5 h 7 min

G1484

11:26

18:06

6 h 40 min

G1504

16:09

22:10

6 h 1 min

G1128

18:10

22:34

4 h 24 min

Nanjing to Changsha High-Speed Train Ticket Prices

Business Class

First Class

Second Class

¥1,128–1,586 ($160–225)

¥586–846 ($84–120)

¥367–502.5 ($53–72)

Train or Airplane- Which Is Better?

Which is better depends on what your travel for.

If you are traveling for business because it is the fastest mode from Nanjing to Changsha or vice versa. Airfares can be competitive when there are discounts.

If you are traveling as a tourist, it is better to take a high-speed train. This is because it’s fast, you can enjoy the views from the windows during the journey, and the price is reasonable.

Please see the detailed information below:                                      

 

High-Speed Train

Airplane

Ticket Price

US$53–72 for second class
US$84–120 for first class

US$150 for economy class

Duration

4–7 hours

2½hours

Punctuality

Punctual

Occasional delays

Seat Space

More legroom than on an airplane

Cramped

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