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· maginn
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There are two overnight sleeper train services (no seating or standing tickets available) direct to/from Hong Kong on alternating days:

T97B/T98B: Kowloon <-> Beijing (~23 hours non-stop)
T99B/T100B: Kowloon <-> Shanghai (~20 hours non-stop)

Since the route originates/terminates at Hung Hom railway station in Kowloon (part of the Hong Kong SAR), these trains are considered to be 'international' services, where travel documents such as passports are checked at immigration, and customs formalities must be observed.
Besides the overnight sleeper trains, Hong Kong also has 'international' railway services from Kowloon (Hung Hom station) to Changping, Guangzhou East, Foshan, and Zhaoqing railway stations in neighboring Guangdong province. However the Guangdong line does not have sleeper facilities and only runs during the day.
 
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