Experience royalty on wheels onboard the Palace on Wheels
Considered as one of the most exotic trains not only in India but in Asia, this train takes you across some of the most elegant cities of Northern India. Palace on Wheels started its inaugural journey in 1982 and was refurbished and launched in 2009.
Experience the majesty and grandeur
Enjoy the experience of the sights of Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Laos in style aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express (E&O Express). Designed to provide guests with exclusive comforts, luxuries and delicious food, the train combines adventures with lavishness. The train was launched in 1993 initially to connect Singapore and Bangkok via Malaysia. However since 2007 the train has also been making trips from Bangkok to Vientiane, the capital city of Laos.
One of the most delightful train journeys that you will ever embark on, the Venice Simplon-Orient Express takes you to some of the most elegant cities of Europe
The Venice Simplon-Orient Express (VSOE) is a private luxury train. Originally started between London and Venice, today it travels to eight destinations in Europe during the months of March through November. The train made its maiden journey on May 25,1982 between London and Venice.
If you want to have a closer look at the countryside of South Africa, then there is no better way than boarding the Rovos Rail
A privately owned company, the Rovos Rail was established in 1989 and offers some of the most sumptuous train journeys. Traveling on different routes through South Africa, the train also traverses Namibia and Tanzania.
One of the high-altitude railways in the world, the Qingzang Railway connects Lhasa, Tibet with Golmud in Qinghai.
The Qingzang Railway runs through a series of mountains and beautiful lakes. Inaugurated in the year 2006, the train travels a total distance of 1,957 km. The first 815 km between Xining to Golmud was opened in 1984, however the 1,142 kilometers section from Golmud to Lhasa was built after the economic growth of China. For most of its track, the rail line travels at an altitude of 4000 meters above the sea level.
One of the most important railway lines in Norway, the Bergen Line connects the two most important cities of Norway namely, Oslo and Bergen
This railway line spans across some of the most scenic stretches, especially the one over Hardangervidda, which is the highest mountainous plateau in Europe.