Journey on board the Eastern & Oriental Express from Bangkok to exciting Kuala Lumpur through the heart of South-East Asia. Visit royal Kuala Kangsar and the infamous River Kwai. Trip is also available in reverse direction: Kuala Lumpur-Bangkok on the Eastern & Oriental Express.
Day 1: Bangkok, Thailand
Depart from Bangkok and settle into your private cabin as the train rolls through Bangkok City to the beautiful 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 cabin that has been converted into cozy sleeping quarters by your attendant.
Day 2: River Kwai Bridge
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.
Day 3: Kuala Kangsar & Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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 before arriving this evening into Kuala Lumpur.
2017 Dates:February 23
March 5, 14, 24
September 19, 28
October 10, 22
November 1, 10, 22
December 1, 25
2018 Dates:January 3, 25
February 5, 14
March 5, 14, 24
April 6, 27
|Pullman Single||$2,155 – $2,514|
|Pullman Double||$2,155 – $2,514|
|State Cabin||$2,797 – $3,671|
|Presidential Suite||$4,555 – $5,314|
Deposit Required: 15%
Prices are per person.
Pricing varies based on availability and date. Prices are subject to change daily. Contact us to confirm pricing and availability for your desired departure.
No single supplement on this itinerary of the Eastern & Oriental Express in single Pullman cabins. There are only four Pullman-class cabins especially designed for single travelers on board each departure.