Online train ticket booking
Step 1: Insert your travel date and destination
Step 2: Fill in the train ticket inquiry form and submit to us
Step 3: Receive comprehensive information of train ticket price and schedule
Step 4: You need to choose seat type and train.
Step 5: Pay us full payment for train ticket by invoice
Step 7: Just remained to receive your train tickets
Terms and conditions
a. Orders will only be registered 3 month to 1 month prior to chosen departure date. Any orders made more than 3 month prior to the scheduled departure date will be registered as booked list.
b. It is necessary to make confirmation 20 days prior to departure date after order process is complete.
c. It is possible only to buy the ticket for a specific departure date within one month prior to departure date.
d. The schedule of Mongolian Railway changes two times a year (May and October). www.traintomongolia.com will notify the customer in case of any change of travel schedule. Also there are sudden changes of travel schedule, so please check the schedule from email@example.com before your reservation.
e. The change in ticket price after confirmation of payment is subject to no change of confirmed paid ticket price.
a. All payments are made by credit cards, bank transfer and western union or money gram.
b. Adult fare applies to all 12 and over years old, cheaper price/Child fare applies to all children between 4 to 12 years old. But Infant not fare applies to all infant between 0-3 years old.
1. one month prior to departure date 20% deducted from total amount.
2. 30-8 day prior to departure date 50% deducted from ticket price
3. No refund at the same day as departure date and 7-1 days prior to departure.
d. The cancellation and changing tickets.
Tickets and passes are neither refundable nor replaceable if stolen or lost. Refunds, when applicable, are limited to totally unused, and un-validated passes, tickets and inclusive packages. A minimum 35% cancellation charge applies. Refund amount for tickets will vary depending on the type of fare purchased. Please check the details for more specific refund policies for each ticket. For passes and packages please look at the Terms and Conditions. If cancelled and space released with the station of departure at least 24 hours before train departs, are generally 65% refundable. If reservation is not cancelled, no refund will be granted. If you have already purchased your pass or tickets, please review the terms and conditions that come with your documents for specific information about the cancellation policy for each pass or ticket. To receive you refund on combined tickets and reservation, your refund will be recharged within 14 days, after you cancelled your reservation.
In Mongolian and Russian train, there are FIRST CLASS compartments. Actually, either in Mongolian, Russian and Chinese there has first class cabin. But, in Chinese train it is named as DELUXE CLASS.
In per first class carriage, there have 9 cabins with 2 comfortable berths. So, there have only 18 passengers.
1 – 2 serving attendants (often bilingual). There has 2 toilet rooms and without shower. But in Chinese deluxe cabin, two rooms are 1 shared shower. Of course, there has spacious long corridor with windows. You can see sightseeing or breathing fresh air and feeling nature.
Further, hallway and cabins are cleaned 3-4 times per day. The standard first class usually includes just bedding. In Trans Mongolian train, meals are not included. So, you need to eat meals in restaurant car. The advantage of first class apart from the extra privacy if you are traveling as a couple will be fewer queues for the toilet in the morning and you are closer to the dining car!
In a second class sleeper carriage, also known as "Coupe", there are four berths in each compartment with 36 people in each carriage; two lower and two upper ones. The door can be locked and by the window, there is a table.
There are communal toilets and wash-basin at both ends of each carriage Second class tends to be very social with cabin doors left open during the day and people chatting in the corridors, whereas in first class there is a little more space in the cabin and so you tend to keep the door closed.
Train attendant give you blanket with bedding. In Chinese train, it is bit more comfortable than Russian and Mongolian trains.
Hot water boiler has in ends of carriage.
Trans Siberian train route
Connecting Europe and Asia, stretching over 9,200 kilometers through eleven time zones and countless cites on-route, travelling the "Trans-sib" is not just a way of getting there, it will change the way you see the world!
There is no such train as the "Trans-Siberian express", rather a network of thousands of domestic trains crossing the continents and a small number of well known direct international trains between Russia, Mongolia and China.
For independent travelers, finding these trains let alone navigating the various railways complex rules and regulations for obtaining tickets used to be a challenge bordering on the impossible. However, planning and organizing the trip just got easier with our second generation "Trans-sib" journey planner, now with integrated International Rate advisor.
First, select the date that you would like to start your journey, which city you would like to start from, where you are going to and any cities you would like to stop at on the way.
Our system will show you live train schedules, ticket classes and where possible the prices and availability for all trains between each leg.
You choose the trains you want, tell us the names of the passengers and our Trans-sib booking experts do the rest. It really is that easy!
Trans Siberian Train Route
There are three kinds of main rail routes that can say the longest single continuous service in the world. The first main route is the Trans-Siberian which has 9,288 kilometers (5,772 miles) length, spanning 8 time zones and taking about 7 days to complete its journey.
The second primary route is the Trans-Manchurian, which coincides with the Trans-Siberian as far as Tarskaya (a stop 12 km east of Karymskaya, in Chita Oblast), about 1000 km east of Lake Baikal.
The third primary route is the Trans-Mongolian, which coincides with the Trans-Siberian as far as Ulan Ude on Lake Baikal's eastern shore. From Ulan-Ude the Trans-Mongolian heads south to Ulaanbaatar before making its way southeast to Beijing.
In 1991, a fourth route running further to the north was finally completed, after more than five decades of sporadic work. Known as the Baikal Amur Mainline (BAM), this recent extension departs from the Trans-Siberian line at Tashkent several hundred miles west of Lake Baikal and passes the lake at its northernmost extremity. The weekly Trans-Mongolian (train 4 eastbound, train 3 westbound) train leaves Moscow for Beijing every Tuesday night.
The 7,621 km (4,735 mile) journey takes 6 days. This train crosses Siberia, cuts across Mongolia and the Gobi desert, then enters China and passes through the Great Wall. There's a second weekly train between Moscow and Ulan Bator (train 6 eastbound, train 5 westbound). Alternatively, there are daily trains between Moscow and Irkutsk and a daily train between Irkutsk and Ulan Bator (train 263/264). There are two trains a week between Ulan Bator and Beijing.
There are three kinds of ticket delivery and pick up service.
One: you can pick tickets up from our offices in Ulaanbaatar, Irkutsk, Moscow and Beijing.
Second: we can deliver your tickets to your hotel in Ulaanbaatar, Irkutsk, Moscow and Beijing
Third: Our real partner DHL can deliver your tickets to your home. It takes 2 – 3 work days to come your home.