China's new high-speed train from Hong Kong to Guangzhou
5 monthes ago - By The Guardian
China will be the world's top tourist destination by 2030, by which time a vast network of high-speed rail services will link the country. We take the first bullet train out of Hong Kong The identikit apartment blocks and mousy-brown fields were as unremarkable as the pale scrubland. It should have made for an unremarkable entry into China's Guangdong province. Except it wasn't. The thrill of being aboard Hong Kong's first bullet train, the Vibrant Express, was all about speed, not scenery. Aerodynamic, gleaming white and polished to perfection, the pointy-nosed train had departed Hong...
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