It has spacious cabins, water filtration plants in each coach, live TV, environmentally- friendly sanitation, Wi-Fi internet, CCTV cameras in public areas to ensure security, and individual climate control in each cabin.
The train has two dining cars, one of which has a hand-painted ceiling.
It has 43 cabins, including 20 deluxe suites and a Presidential suite, in which the master bedroom features a full-size bathtub. Each coach has a valet, and all of the cabins have direct-dialling telephones, large wardrobes, and TVs and DVD players. And to take care of medical emergencies, there’s a 24/7 paramedic service.
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation is the tourism arm of government-owned Indian Railways.
Go Holiday news