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Nanchang Changbei International Airport offers more than 20 domestic and international flights to Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Additionally, trains connect Nanchang to other cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, Chongqing, Shenyang and more, departing from the Nanchang Railway Station close to downtown.  A special line from Nanchang to Tibet is already underway.

Travel Services

Jiangxi Overseas Tour Corporation
Address: 187 Supu Road
Tel: 0086-791-86214429

Civil Aviation International Tour Agency of Jiangxi
Add: 80 Zhanqian Road
Tel: 0086-791-86112611

China Tour Agency of Jiangxi
Add: 32 Minde Road
Tel: 0086-791-86262506

China International Tour Agency of Jiangxi
Add: 98 Fuzhou Road
Tel: 0086-791-86213158

Jiangxi Guangda International Tour Agency
Add: 138 Zhongshan Road
Tel: 0086-791-86301796

Jiangxi Kanghui International Tour Agency
Add: Room 1806, Section B, Jinyanguang, 277, West Nanjing Road
Tel: 0086-791-82179400

Jiangxi Global International Tour Agency
Add: Room 508, Section D, Taipingyang Business Building
Tel: 0086-791-86224998


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