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Kuala Lumpur - Bangkok

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Departs at 00:05

Sat, 4 Apr 2020 from Kuala Lumpur

Arrives at 16:15

Sun, 5 Apr 2020 to Bangkok Hualampong

Price from $

US$2,400 per passenger

Your Journey

Experience the ultimate Southeast Asia itinerary as you travel in luxury from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok. Visit royal Kuala Kangsar and the infamous River Kwai.

Includes

  • One-night accommodation aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express luxury train
  • Dedicated 24-hour steward service
  • Daily continental breakfast served in your cabin
  • Daily three-course lunch
  • Afternoon tea, including sandwiches, cakes and pastries
  • Daily four-course dinner: Seasonal table d’hôte menu, including coffee, tea and petits fours
  • Guided cruise along the River Kwai and visit to the War Museum
  • Visit a local Malaysian village with a choice of excursions
  • House wine, house spirits and local beer will be included throughout your journey. Premium drinks and drinks ordered to your cabin will be an additional charge.

Itinerary

01

Kuala Lumpur

Settle into your cabin as the train pulls out of Salak Selatan Station.

After breakfast we arrive at Kuala Kangsar. Travel by coach to Labu Kabong to discover rural Malaysian life with a warm welcome ceremony from the villagers. Take a guided tour through lush rice paddies ending with refreshments and a chance to sample local produce. Alternatively, advanced trekkers can follow our expert naturalist on an invigorating hill-trek. We recommend long sleeves, trousers and suitable footwear for this choice. Cold towels and refreshments await at the top while you take in spectacular panoramic views. Return to the train and enjoy a relaxing afternoon at your leisure as you continue your journey to Thailand. This evening enjoy a refreshing cocktail accompanied by live piano music before a glamorous final dinner on board.

02

Bangkok

This morning alight at Kanchanaburi for your choice of tour. The Classic includes guided visits to the River Kwai Bridge and Thai-Burma Railway Museum. Tracks to Unseen Thailand tour will have you biking through rice paddies, stopping off at a local farm. The Local Flavours tour explores a rice noodle house and combines a raft cruise with a cooking class.'

Return to the train for lunch, before ending your journey in Bangkok in the late afternoon.

Our Best Available rate is subject to availability at time of booking, it is not applicable for parties of 12 or more. Please contact tcgroupsuk@belmond.com for group pricing.

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