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[quote=ELLYSE,305757]Look, all train tickets only go on sale 10 days in advance anyway, so any online agency that says they can get them 2 months in advance is just going to take your money and then queue up at the train station 10 days beforehand anyway, not 2 months beforehand. Besides, the train doesn't originate in Huangshan, and is a long-distance train going to Kunming, not terminating in Guilin. Sleepers would've been sold to Nanjing, mostly for people going to Kunming. Huangshan wouldn't get a share of the sleeper tickets. If you buy a ticket starting in Nanjing but don't board at that station, the conductor will treat it as a no-show and has the right to sell the bunk on to someone else who wants to upgrade. Then by the time you get on the train, you'll have no bunk anyway, waste of money. Hard seat might be possible, but uncomfortable for such a long distance. Not too much hope of getting that upgrade. Best suggestion is to take a bus (3 hours) to Hangzhou and then fly to Guilin. Any more queries please email directly to email@example.com and put "TravelChinaGuide" and your own username (eg JDelmaire) in the subject line, thanks.[/quote]
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