#Venice Simpson Orient Express: Venice Simplon Orient Express. This is the world’s most famous luxury train. Its journey ends in Venice, Italy via London. Britain started it 20 years ago. Its purpose was to link Britain to the European rail network. In it, all kinds of services are available, which are offered in a palace or five-star hotel. This train theme is equipped with restaurants, bars and a variety of entertainment. To ensure a royal treatment, the meals are served with silverware and crystal glass and starched napery. Price : Between $1,000 and $1,400 per person, per day (all-inclusive)
#Palace On Wheels: The Palace on Wheels is a luxury train in India. It was run by the Indian Railways with the objective of promoting tourism in the state of Rajasthan. This train service was renewed and re-launched in August 2009, with a different new decoration, itinerary and food list There are 14 coaches in this train There are also two restaurants on board The Maharaja and The Maharani, which have a Rajasthani ambiance, but the food list includes Indian as well as European, Chinese, and Continental food. Apart from these, modern facilities like a spa, parlor, and gym are also available on the train. Price: (September and April) range from $410 per person per night (Triple Sharing Cabin) to $600 for single-cabin occupancy; high-season (October to March) range from $540 to $800.
#Eastern and Oriental Express -Southeast Asia: The is a luxury train that takes its guest 1200 miles through Thailand, Malaysia and Laos includes mountains, fascinating towns, forests, and golden temples and 6 different journeys which include Bangkok-Singapore (4 Days/3 Nights), Singapore – Bangkok (3 Days/2 Nights), Epic Thailand (7 Days/6 Nights), Fables of the Hills (7 Days/6 Nights), Legends of the Peninsula (7 Days/6 Nights), and New Year Celebration (5 Days/4 Nights).To meet the specific requirements of the guests onboard, the cabins are equipped with all ultramodern facilities and services Breakfast and afternoon tea are served in the respective compartments of the guests. For lunch and dinner on board, there are two restaurant cars featured on the train. There also an observation car where the guests could enjoy the beautiful scenery complemented by coffee or tea. Price: Start at $2,560 per person.
# Maharaja Express: TheMaharaja Express is a luxury train owned and operated by Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation. It runs on 4 circuits covering more than 12 destinations across North-West and Central India, “The World’s Leading Luxury Train” at The World Travel Awards, 2012. Along with this, the train was also listed amongst the World’s Top 25 Trains, 2011, by The Society of International Railway Travelers. There are 14 guest carriages, which accommodate 88 guests onboard. The carriages are categorized as 20 Deluxe Cabins, 18 Junior Suites, 4 Suites, and a lavish Presidential Suite. All these are praised for offering stylish living similar to 5-star accommodation. The train also features two restaurants onboard. “Mayur Mahal” and “Rang Mahal” Apart from restaurants, the luxury travel carriage also features two bars for the guests who enjoy drinking over a friendly conversation. ‘The Rajah Club’ is a lounge bar and ‘Safari Bar’ is a thematic bar, both designed to provide relaxed and comfortable sitting arrangements along with complementing the fine range of spirits and wines. Price: $ 6,840 (Double Occupancy) per person per journey – Deluxe Cabins