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Shenzhen-Shantou High-Speed Trains

This train route connects Shenzhen with Shantou, which is a gateway of the Maritime Silk Road. Ten pairs of high-speed trains operate on this route between 06:00 and 22:00. The train ride takes about 2½ hours. The price for traveling in the same class is different from train to train.

Quick Facts

  • Distance: 368 kilometers (229 miles)
  • Terminals: Shenzhen North Railway Station, Futian Railway Station, Shantou Railway Station
  • Duration: 2–3 hours
  • Main stops: Shenzhen, Chaoshan, Shantou

Shenzhen to Shantou High-Speed Train Schedules

(Updated on March 9, 2020)

Train Number Departure Arrival Duration
D7416 08:59 11:39 2 h 40 min
G6010 10:56 13:33 2 h 37 min
D7408* 12:43 15:15 2 h 32 min
G6082 18:18 20:52 2 h 34 min
G6344 21:53 00:10 2 h 17 min
  • Please note: The trains listed above are only some of the ones in operation. The timetable is just for your reference.
  • If you want up-to-date schedules, you can use the search tool at the top of this page or search via our China Highlights train ticket service.
  • * Train D7408 departs from Futian Railway Station first, then goes to Shenzhen North Railway Station. If you are close to this station, you can choose to take this train.

Shantou to Shenzhen High-Speed Train Schedules

(Updated on March 9, 2020)

Train Number Departure Arrival Duration
G6004 06:32 09:09 2 h 37 min
D7414 12:20 15:04 2 h 44 min
G6008 14:06 16:45 2 h 39 min
G6390 17:59 20:29 2 h 30 min
D7446 19:05 21:48 2 h 43 min

Shenzhen to Shantou High-Speed Train Ticket Fares

You can buy tickets for first class and second class on D trains but there is no business class. The business class seats are only available on G trains.

Business Class First Class Second Class
¥351 ($50) ¥129–198 ($19–28) ¥81–132 ($15–19)

Shantou Railway Station

  • Chinese name: 潮汕站
  • Address: Taishan South Road, Longhu District, Shantou, Guangdong Province
  • Chinese address: 广东省汕头市龙湖区泰山南路

Reconstruction of this station was finished on November 28th, 2018. It was originally only able to operate normal-speed trains but, after the reconstruction, now operates high-speed trains as well.

More than 15 pairs of trains operate between Shantou Railway Station and Chaoshan Railway Station, which has direct trains to/from Hong Kong (this takes 25 minutes and costs 10 CNY for a second-class seat).