Luxury train travel in South East Asia


Experience 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.

The fabulous staff will look after you at every step. Attentive but discreet, their aim is to make your journey smooth, indulgent and relaxing.  Masters of the art of luxury train travel, will provide the perfect balance between leisure onboard and inspiring excursions further afield.

Classic Journey

Bangkok – Singapore
Duration:4 days/3 nights

Singapore – Bangkok
Duration:3 days/2 nights

The two contrasting cities of Singapore and Bangkok symbolise the excitement and diversity of Asian metropolitan life. The ultimate way to discover these iconic cities is to journey between them aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express, through gently unfolding rural landscapes, past temples, tea plantations, colonial cities, ancient villages and historic monuments.

Signature Journey

Fables of the Penisula
Duration:7 days/6 nights
Route:Singapore – Kanchanaburi

This cultural adventure, limited to just 60 guests in State and Presidential Cabins, begins with a night at the legendary Raffles Hotel in Singapore, before whisking you off to Kuala Lumpur, the Cameron Highlands and Huay Yang.


  • Travel and overnight accommodation onboard the Eastern & Oriental Express
  • All Breakfasts, lunches and dinners (not including beverages)
  • Tea, coffee and mineral water in compartment
  • Sightseeing tour of Penang and River Kwai for those travelling to Singapore to Bangkok or v.v.
  • Sightseeing tour for those travelling to Chiang Mai

Presidential Cabin

Each Presidential Cabin measures at 125 square feet, the ultimate in luxury train comfort. The cabins are configured as a private lounge during the day, with banquette style sofa, fixed chair, and two moveable chairs. Fixed daytime seating converts to two single beds at night. A private en suite shower with washbasin and WC are also provided in your cabin.

State Cabin

The Eastern & Oriental Express has 28 State Cabins which measure 84 square feet each. During the day the cabin is configured as a private lounge, with a banquette style sofa, fixed chair and one movable chair. Fixed daytime seating converts to two single beds at night. A private en suite shower with washbasin and WC are also provided in your cabin.

Pullman Cabin

The Eastern & Oriental Express has 30 Pullman Cabins that measure comfortably at 62 square feet. During the daytime the compartment is a private lounge provided by a banquette style sofa. At night the seating converts to an upper and lower bed. A private en suite shower with washbasin and WC are also provided in your cabin.

Group rates are available on request.  Exclusive charters and Special arrangements can be made for groups.

Conditions :
• A non-refundable 25% deposit is required five days after receiving confirmation
• The full payment is required 60 days prior to departure date.

Luggage :
Luggage is limited to 30kg per person for Pullman and State Compartment passengers. There is no limit for passengers travelling in a Presidential Suite. Please keep your tickets, passports and any medication with you; do not pack them in your through or compartment luggage. We recommend that you label your luggage with a contact address, your hotel and your destination.

Luggage will be taken care of as follows:

Through Luggage
We suggest that items not required for your journey are packed separately in a sturdy case. At check-in this luggage will be labelled by our staff, after which it will not normally be accessible until you reach your destination. Ideally, large and/or hard cases should be checked in as through luggage.

Compartment Luggage
This should contain clothing and items you need during your journey. When you plan your luggage, please bear in mind that storage space is limited. There is a luggage rack, plus an additional storage cupboard with hangers. One or two soft-sided suit carriers or similar can be comfortably accommodated in each compartment.

Hand Luggage
Your passport, tickets, jewellery, money, camera, fragile items and any medication should be kept in your hand luggage and not checked in. We advise that you take out insurance to cover any loss or damage to your luggage.

Please contact your World Travel consultant for more information.