China Bullet Train Full Speed Street Food Noodle Tour | Chinese Noodles Adventure

China Bullet Train Full Speed Street Food Noodle Tour  | Chinese Noodles Adventure
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China bullet train full speed noodle tour! This is my video blog of my experience riding the Chinese high speed rail from Chengdu to Wuhan solely to eat a bowl of noodles. In China, high speed rail/ the China bullet train has lines from all major cities, including Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Xi’an, and most others.

I made the trip during the Chinese national holiday “Golden week” to Wuhan because I’ve had numerous comments on my videos lately recommending me to go to Wuhan to try the reganmian 热干面 “hot dry noodles”. So I purchased my train tickets online, and made my way to the Chengdu east railway station anticipating the great noodles that lay ahead!

The max speed for the Chinese Bullet Train/Chinese high speed rail is around 300 km/hour, but they have gone faster under test conditions.

Once I made it to the Wuhan train station, I asked the taxi driver where to eat a good bowl of hot dry noodles, and we explored together and eventually found one!

This is not a spicy ramen noodle challenge video, this is a real noodle travel video, where the noodles are spicy and legit. I hope you enjoy it! Please follow my instagram account for photos of these adventures!

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My name is Trevor James and I’m a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that’s currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious .

I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I’m going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I’m going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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  1. my mouth wattery seeing you eating it. mised china. was in that bullet train 4 months ago in fujian. and same. got shocked with the price of food on that bullet train, but quite tasty.

  2. japanese eki-ben (station bento lunchbox) on contrast is just amazzzzing, they have all kinds of fancy stuff and so fresh and delicious. But it costs around 20-30 dollars so it’s kinda expensive but worth trying

  3. Chicago: the train ride to try specific foods while in China is awesome…he have Chinatown here in Chicago ..we can not boast about actually being able to try a meal in a specific Province.

  4. "The Food Ranger" wasn't riding real China HSR in this footage, and he didn't say that too, he just said "bullet train".
    He lives in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, which is 1189km from Wuhan, Hubei Province. His train number is D368, which costs 9:33 to Wuhan, at average speed of 124km/77.5miles per hour.
    In China, trains with top speed between 160-250kmph are called D-trains, train number is prefixed with D, like his D368.
    The real HSR in China must run at top speed between 300-350kmph, and the train number is prefixed with G. For example, from Beijing to Chengdu, the newest CRH400F(Fuxing) G89 with operation top speed 350kmph, costs 7:48 to cover 1874km/1171mile, with average speed of 240km/150mile per hour.

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