The Golden Chariot Express Brings An Astonishing World Of Luxurious Traveling
For the love of traveling into the lap of luxury, The Golden Chariot brings not only wildlife parks and mesmerizing cultural heritage but also some of the insider experiences of Southern India’s Epic beauty. The Golden Chariot India is an initiative by the Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation. It provides a crafted traveling of southern India.
Destination Covered by the train
The Golden Chariot Luxury Train travels to a number of world heritage sites, sanctuaries, magnificent palaces and archaeological sites in the state of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The Golden Chariot Express Travels for 7 nights and 8 days thereby covering a total distance of 1888 approximately. This train covers the various destinations of Bangalore, Chennai, Alleppey and Kochi.
The Elegant Features
Equipped with Benefits such as air conditioner, dedicated internet system, live television, and washroom; this train has 2 dining cars, 1 bar, 1 lounge and spa with a fitness center. One can have the pleasure to enjoy the unparalleled services of the train’s staff that provide a complimentary breakfast every morning into one personal bedroom.
The Golden Chariot India is exclusively designed with a magnificent decor that is inspired from the Hoyasala and Mysore architectural tradition. At the various locations, one can embark on an unforgettable journey through the various destinations in South India. The train has the ability to take a guest into the heart of a bygone era that is filled with elegant heritage.
The Golden Chariot train has a total number of 19 coaches where 11 coaches are reserved for guest. Each coach is named after erstwhile dynasty where each coach has something different to offer. It provides a very comfortable environment to rejoice Indian culinary dishes besides an array of international cuisines also. The Golden Chariot Train India provides a travel into the premium locations of India which is set with gym facilities, massaging rooms and recreational areas.
Inspired by the Halebid and Hampi style, there are two restaurants known as Nala and Ruchi. These restaurants serve a connoisseur cuisine, into the platter of the guest that contains both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, depending upon their choices.