Train Stations

Futian Railway Station

Located at the intersection of Yitian Road and Shennan Boulevard, Futian Railway Station is the first stop on the Chinese mainland section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link. The three-story station houses four platforms and eight tracks and has 21 entries and exits. The transfer hall is located on GF1, the concourse and waiting area on GF2, and the platforms are on GF3. The 147,000-square-meter complex has over 1,200 seats in its waiting area and can serve approximately 3,000 passengers at once. Every year, around 19.4 million passengers leave Shenzhen via Futian Railway Station. It is currently the second-largest underground railway station in Asia, second only to Hong Kong West Kowloon Station.

Pingshan Railway Station

Pingshan Railway Station is the second stop on the Shenzhen section of the Xiamen-Shenzhen Railway. Located at the intersection of Longgang District and Pingshan District, the 9,992.78-square-meter station houses four platforms and eight tracks. The steel-structure canopy of the station’s main building extends around 18,132.2 square meters, and the canopy areas of the platforms total 27,535.6 square meters. The station began operating Dec. 28, 2013, the same day the Xiamen-Shenzhen Railway began operating.

Guangmingcheng Railway Station

Guangmingcheng Railway Station is located in Guangming District. It is one of the three stops on the Shenzhen section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link. The station houses four tracks and can serve a maximum of 156 pairs of trains every day.

Shenzhen North Railway Station

Shenzhen North Railway Station is located in Minzhi Subdistrict of Longhua District. Surrounded by Hongshan Road to the north, Bailong Road to the South, Fulong Road to the west and Minzhi Road to the east, the station is a transfer station for Line 4, Line 5 and Line 6 (under construction) of Shenzhen Metro. It is just a few minutes' drive away from several major roads including Liuxian Boulevard, Meiguan Expressway and Nanping Expressway.

Shenzhen West Railway Station

Shenzhen West Railway Station, also known as Nantou Station or Nantou West Station, is located at the intersection of Xuefu Road and Yueliangwan Boulevard of Nanshan District and neighbors Nantou Checkpoint. It is a stop on the Pinghu-Nantou Railway, which stretches to Mawan Port on the south.

Shenzhen Railway Station

Shenzhen Railway Station is located in Luohu District, within walking distance from Luohu Checkpoint. It is the southern terminus of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Railway. The station was first built in 1950. Renovation of the station began in June 1990 and finished in October 1991. Shenzhen Railway Station now covers an area of 90,000 square meters and serves over 100 trains every day. Not far away from it you can find Luohu Station, the first station on Line 1 of Shenzhen Metro, and the Luohu Immigration Building, from where you can leave Shenzhen to visit Hong Kong.

Shenzhen East Railway Station

Shenzhen East Railway Station was formerly known as Buji Train Station. Situated to the east of Jihua Road and the west of Longgang Boulevard, the renovated station began operating Dec. 21, 2012. The 127,000-square-meter hub houses four tracks of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Railway, Line 3 and Line 5 of Shenzhen Metro as well as two plazas. Transport facilities including bus stops, taxi stations and parking lots can be found in or around the hub. The two-floor platform design of Shenzhen East Railway Station effectively separates tourists entering and leaving the platforms. Entrances are on GF1 and exits are on GF2.