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Transportation

Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport has the capacity to serve 5,000,000 passengers a year and connects to more than 40 domestic cities with  flights to Hong Kong, Macau, and Bangkok.

Guiyang acts as the transportation center of Guizhou Province. Transportation links depend mainly on the rail system. Four railways pass through the city connecting to Chongqing, Chengdu, Liuzhou of Guangxi, Kunming and Zhuzhou and of course major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Wuhan, Zhanjiang and Beihai and so on.

Also running from Guiyang are trains to tourist destinations such as Fanjing Mountain (train to Liupanshui City), Huangguoshu (train to Yuping County), Zunyi (train to Zunyi) and betweenÜthe cityÜand Tongzi County, Kaili City and Duyun City. Also train to Maotai (between Guiyuang and Beijing) and train to Huaxi (between Guizhou and Kunming) are available here.

Getting around

Taxi
Taxis can be hailed in the street and are reasonably priced per distance.

Travel Services

Guizhou China International Travel Service
Add: 7/F, Longquan Building, 1 Hequn Rd., Guiyang
Tel: 0086-851-6901888

China Travel Service Guiyang
Add: 17/F, CID Ginza Business Building, 42 Zhongshan E. Rd., Guiyang
Tel: 0086-851-5831122

Guizhou China Youth Travel Service
Add: 54 Beijing Rd., Guiyang
Tel: 0086-851-6821545

Guizhou Overseas Travel Corporation
Add: 11/F, Daheng Building, 7 Hequn Rd., Guiyang
Tel: 0086-851-6573201

Guizhou International Sports Tourism Company
Add: In the Guizhou Provincial Gym, 318 Zunyi Rd., Guiyang
Tel: 0086-851-5790231

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