Here, you will find some information about Schedule Train from Lijiang to Dali, and also tips for travel to the two cities for your reference.
Departure Station: Lijiang Railway Station
Arrival Station: Dali Railway Station
1 h 53 m
2 h 27 m
1 h 47 m
Attentions: Train Schedule of Lijiang to Dali is for your reference only. Please check the ticket information including the tickets fares at the railway station or by your TCT tour advisors separately.
Notes for Booking Train Tickets
1. Booking an original train is easier than booking a passing-by train. You can book a train ticket 10 days in advance at most.
2. Generally, the seats on the train in China have tow types including soft seat and hard seat. Also, there are two kinds of sleeper seats on China's trains which are hard sleeper seat and soft sleeper seat. Hard sleeper seats are divided into upper hard sleeper, middle hard sleeper and lower hard sleeper (lower hard sleeper is the best); while soft sleeper seats are divided into upper soft sleeper and lower soft sleeper (lower soft sleeper is better).
3. In China, taking a train is a comparative cheaper way to cut down the travel cost. While correspondingly, the comfortable level is lower than by air.
Luggage: you need to take the luggages by yourself and keep an eye of them on transporting time, no luggage-checking service on the train
Carriage: it may be crowded when in the domestic travel seasons as well as summer holidays.
Tips for Travelling to Dali and Lijiang
•Best Time to Visit Dali:
The best time to visit Dali is right from Mar to Oct, from the early springtime to the mid-autumn period. With a moderate climate, Dali is friendly to tourists who could not quickly adapt the weather in China.
•Best Time to Visit Lijiang:
Generally, Lijiang is always popular with tourists in any month of the year. But the best time to visit Lijiang can be started from April to October. Considering the fairly wide difference in day-and-night temperatures in spring and winter; the months from Apr to Oct are the most favourable seasons for coming here.
•Try to Avoid domestic travel seasons
The most crowded seasons in China are Chinese Spring Festival (usually in late Jan or early Feb.), International Labour Day (May 01 to 03) and National Day (Oct 01-07). Spring Festival and the National Day golden week are the most crowded time for travelling.
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