Experiencing the classic journey by train brings a whole new perspective to the world of traveling. Explore Southeast Asia in style aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express, passing vibrant cities, rural villages and gleaming pagodas. Cocktails, fine dining, convivial company and spectacular views: this is what life aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express is all about.
A stewart is on call 24 hours attending to your every need. Attentive but discreet, their aim is to make your journey smooth, indulgent and relaxing. This luxury train travel from Bangkok-Singapore provides the perfect balance between leisure on board and inspiring excursions further afield.
Depart from Bangkok and settle into your private cabin as the train rolls through Bangkok City to countryside.
Dinner is served in one of the luxurious dining cars. Afterwards, head to the Bar Car to relax with fellow travelers or retire to your cosy converted cabin.
After breakfast, disembark at the River Kwai Bridge station for a leisurely cruise along the river guided by a local historian.
Later in the morning, join a visit to an evocative war museum and optional war cemetery.
Return to the train and look forward to an exceptional lunch and dinner.
Spend the morning watching the changing scenery with breakfast in bed as the train travels through Malaysia. After brunch, arrive at Kuala Kangsar. Disembark for a tour of the grand Ubudiah Mosque, the Royal Museum of Perak and the Sultan Shah Gallery.
Rejoin the train for a refreshing cocktail accompanied by live piano music before a glamorous final dinner on board.
Arrive in Singapore for your onward travel arrangements.
• Three nights’ accommodation in a private cabin aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express luxury train
• Dedicated 24-hour steward service
• Daily four-course dinner: Seasonal table d’hôte menu, including coffee, tea and petits fours
• Daily continental breakfast served in your cabin
• Daily three-course lunch and afternoon tea
• Guided cruise along the River Kwai and visit to the War Museum
• Guided tour of Kuala Kangsar