The following section displays the most popular Trans Manchurian train. The Trans Manchurian train route follows most of the same route that the Trans-Siberian train takes but travels via Manchuria as the train makes its way from Moscow to Beijing. Journey to 2 of the most vibrant capital cities on earth with us!
Train 19/20 Vostok train (translated as the East) began operating on Moscow to Beijing route in 2001. It is a Trans-Manchurian train and therefore does not pass through Mongolia. The train covers 8961 km in 6 days. Vostok train is quite modern with comfortable 1st and 2nd class compartments and a good restaurant.
Wheels are changed on the boarder between Russia and China. Passport control takes place in Zabaikalsk and Manchzhuria and takes approximately 10 hours.
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