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Nansha-Tianhe Express Shortening Traveling Time
First Nansha-Tianhe express started operation yesterday, shortening traveling time between Nansha district and Tianhe district to only one hour. Free wi-fi internet access is available on the coach.

Updated:1421289989Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

First Nansha—Tianhe express started operation yesterday, shortening traveling time between Nansha district and Tianhe district to only one hour. Free wi-fi internet access is available on the coach.

The two terminals are Jiaomen Bus Terminal and Tianhe Bus Terminal. Jiaomen Bus Terminal is near the Jiaomen metro station and Guangdong Free Trade Zone Nansha area. Tianhe Bus Terminal is not far away from Shipaiqiao metro station.

The through coach costs 10 yuan per trip and Yanchengtong card holders can also enjoy a 40% discount after swiping 15 times, like what is applied on other public transport.

The first coach sets off from Jiaomen at 5:30 every morning and the last trip starts at 20:30 in the evening. The coaches setting off from Tianhe are dispatched between 7:00 and 22:00 every day. During this time the coaches run at half-hourly intervals.

Sixty bus routes are available at the Jiaomen Bus Terminal. Tourists heading for Sunflower Garden and Nansha Tianhou Palace, can take the express to Jiaomen and transfer to other buses, which is very convenient and time-saving.

(By Vita Lin, Daniel Vesey)

Editor:Vita Lin
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