Tibet Trains – Dining Car
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Tibet Trains – Dining Car

Update: Nov. 1st, 2012

In order to make passengers can fully enjoy the beautiful scenery of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, Tibet trains will pass by the railway between Golmud and Lhasa in daytime. During the 1142 kilometers journey, almost passengers will have meals on the train. The dining car of Tibet trains almost located in the seventh coach, with 44 seats. There are order-dishes and set mealss available. The price for set meals is almost 20 RMB for each one.

The dining car of Tibet trains is more spacious than some other tains. It is equipped with larger window and wider passage. The dining car is equipped with bar area and dining area, using semitransparent partition skillfully divide the recreational domain and dining domain.

Tibet Trains - Kitchen of Dining Car

The kitchen of Tibet trains is equipped with complete set of electrical equipment, such as microwave oven, induction cooker and so on. In order to protect environment, the console of cook is complete enclosed, and cooks can uptake oxygen while cooking foods. If there is emergency, the glass door of console can be opened.

Tibet Trains - Dinging Hall of Dining Car

In the left front and right behind of the dining car, there is a 42 inches LCTV separately. Passengers can fully enjoy wonderful TV shows while having meals. In the center part of the dining car, there is a dining hall with 16 twin bench-type seats and 4 individual seats. There is a big dining-table between two twin bench-type seats and a small dining-table between two individual seats. Furthermore, the various wines in the special bar are available.

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