Luxury train journeys in Thailand, Malaysia and SIngapore. Explore the beautiful and untouched scenery of South East Asia on board the Eastern and Oriental Express luxury train.
Awake early in order not to miss the excitement of the train making its way from Wang Po along the wooden trestle viaduct beside a towering cliff.
On arrival at the River Kwai Bridge station, the E&O stops to allow you to disembark. Guides escort you on the short walk down to the jetty to board a local raft for a cruise along the lush greenery of the picturesque Kwai Yai river, passing under the Bridge. On board, a local historian provides a brief overview of the history of the Thailand-Burma railway and the bridge. At the E&O landing point you board a motor coach for a brief trip past the North Temple and Chinese Cemetery to the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre. As you explore the informative museum, the historian is available to answer questions. There is time to visit the Don Rak War Cemetery adjacent to the museum if you wish.
Rejoin the coach for the short ride to the Kanchanaburi railway station to board the Eastern & Oriental Express. Later reflect on the day's sights over dinner and relax with a drink in the Bar Car before retiring for the night.
Age range, type of group
Suitable for all age groups, young or old.
Sleeping and meals
All accommodation and meals are included (drinks not included). There are three cabin types available - Pullman, State and Presidential. Gourmet meals are served in the on board restaurant, and there is a stylish bar car serving a range of beverages.
Prices vary according to journey and cabin type. Please look at the fares section on our website for more details. Check Availability »
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