The 14 coaches of the luxury train Palace on Wheels are the perfect means for travelling in style. They are no less than the royal apartments of the erstwhile raja-maharajas where they lived large. Named after the princely states of Rajasthan, the coaches are soaked in luxury and lavishness.
The interiors and ethnic Rajasthani decor recreate the charm of a palace where royalty meets modern amenities. At these coaches of Palace on Wheels, comfort is served in plenty, taking care of the passenger’s every need. All you need to do is relax, rejuvenate and enjoy!
Each coach has twin and double bedded cabins offering modern facilities like music channel, attached toilets, running hot & cold water, shower, intercom, internet connection, mini pantry and wall to wall carpeting, separate safe etc. to make your journey comfortable and pleasurable.
Each cabin of Palace on Wheels is beautifully boasts of rich mirror work, miniature paintings, antique furniture, silk fabrics, and delicate artwork.
In addition to these there are two well furnished and traditionally decorated restaurants on board “The Maharajah” and ”The Maharani” which serves delicious cuisine of India. You can also relax at the well stocked bar which serves a wide variety of liquor.
Step into the beautifully designed saloons onboard to get pampered to the core. Their interiors are designed using traditional themes and are named after the places of the princely state of Rajasthan. From the furniture to paintings, handicrafts and furnishings, everything has a royal element attached to it. Each saloon has a mini pantry and an attached bathroom. The attendants are at your service 24x7 to take care of your every need.
Today known the world over for Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary (World Heritage Site), Bharatpur was once a fortified township. The sanctuary is a home to more than 350 bird species including the migratory ones. The princely state was once the abode of the valiant Jat King Maharaja Suraj Mal.
The desert city of Bikaner takes immense pride in its forts, temples, palaces and museum. This historic city offers a taste of Arabian nights!
Bundi is a small rustic town known for its baolis (step wells), water tanks, palaces and fort like Taragarh Fort. The famous Bundi Palace is located above the township.
This sleepy little town of Rajasthan is well known for its locally extracted sandstone extensively used to build palaces and for lattice work.
The “Hill town” Dunagarh is popular for its unique architecture and the Bhil tribe.
Jaisalmer is a big hit with tourists who come here from across the globe. It is a desert city taking pride in Jaisalmer Fort, exquisitely carved havelis and ancient Jain Temples.
Popularly known as the pink city, Jaipur is a lively city of palaces, forts, gardens, fairs and festivals and colourful markets. It is a perfect blend of the old and the new.
It was once a strong kingdom of the Jhala tribe of Rajasthan. During the times of raja-maharajas this land brimmed with natural beauty. It is home to some beautiful temples and Buddhist caves.
Popularly known as the blue city of Rajasthan, Jodhpur attracts tourists for its royal palaces, havelis, temples and the Mehrangarh Fort.
Aptly called the “Marble city of Rajasthan”, Kishangarh offers amazing attractions like a temple of nine planets. It is the place in the world which is associated with one of India’s most famous schools of miniature painting (popular for Bani Thani paintings, an Indian version of Mona Lisa).
This Rajput state win the hearts of its tourists with attractions like outstanding temples with numerous interesting stories behind them, historical forts, palaces with Rajput architectural styles and Kota school of design. It is also known for Kota sarees.
Sirohi, a culturally rich city is well appreciated for the Gold Fort built in Indo-European style of architecture. The fort boasts of eye-catching coloured glass work.
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