Train Eastern & Oriental Express departs from Singapore from the Woodland station in the afternoon. You will be welcomed on board and taken to your cabins, all of which offer views of Malaysia. Lunch will be served in one of the restaurants on the train. After your meal, you head to the bar for a drink.
In the evening the train reaches the station in Kuala Lumpur, where you can go for a walk and explore this beautiful railway station in the Moorish style. After the walk you go you to my compartment, as amended by the steward in a cozy bedroom.
Penang – After breakfast the train arrives in Butterworth. Guided tour of colonial Georgetown and Penang, along with Fort Cornwallis. An additional attraction will be a three wheeled rickshaw rides through the colorful streets of the city.
Return to the train for lunch and immediately afterwards a visit to the panoramic wagon, which offers spectacular views passing along the way.
Dinner in the restaurant car. Last night on the train.
After breakfast, the train pulls into the station Kwai Bridge. You can go ashore and enjoy a guided tour of this picturesque area.
Passengers changing boats going along the River Kwai to the Thai-Myanmarskiego Center Station, where a local guide will lead a tour of sightseeing. Return to the train for lunch and continue the journey.
Eastern & Oriental Express leaves from the station in Bangkok in the early afternoon.
Prices for 1 person.
– From $3,350 in the range of “Pullman Superior”
– From $4,850 in the range of “State Cabin”
– From $7,600 in the range of “Presidential Suite”
Dates in 2018:
I – 18; II – 1, 10, 19; III – 1, 10, 19; IV – 3, 23; IX – 13, 23; X – 14, 26; XI – 6, 18, 27; XII – 21.