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.
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.
This railway line spans across some of the most scenic stretches, especially the one over Hardangervidda, which is the highest mountainous plateau in Europe.
The Rocky Mountaineer offers four different rail routes that take visitors across historic and natural wonders through Alberta and British Columbia. The travel packages vary from 25 days to 2 days. The Rocky Mountaineer train travels across the best sceneries of Western Canada and the Canadian Rockies, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Departing from over 60 different stations in Great Britain, the train runs through some of the most stunning routes across the country to the border of Scotland. The Northern Belle was launched in 2000 as a sister to the highly popular British Pullman train and replicates the style of England's 1930s ‘Belle' trains.
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.