From December 28 you will be able to get the Highspeed rail from Hefei to Guangzhou in just 6 hours, as opposed to the 20 hours it has been taking. Trains making the speedy journey are the G278/5, G276/7 and the G279/G280.
Call 9510 5105 to book tickets or visit www.12306.cn.
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