Do You Want To Ride On Asia's Most Luxurious Train Hint It's In India

Deccan Odyssey, India's premier luxury train, wins The World Travel Awards for the 5th time in a row, as does luxury camping company, The Ultimate Travelling Camp
Interiors of the  luxurious passenger train, Deccan Odyssey
Interiors of the luxurious passenger train, Deccan Odyssey

Deccan Odyssey&nbspmakes history at the World Travel Awards (WTA)&nbspafter being&nbspnamed&nbspas Asia's Leading Luxury Train for the 5th time in a row. It is the only luxury train in the country that&nbsptraverses&nbspthrough all the major tourist destinations.&nbspThe moving palace takes you through Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Goa and Delhi depending on your choice of itinerary.

The country's premier luxury&nbsptrain is&nbspknown for its majestic journeys and extraordinary service.&nbspThe&nbsptrain is also home to four resplendent Presidential Suites with exquisite decor and all modern amenities.&nbspThe two gourmet restaurants, Waavar and Utsav, give the guests a taste of the the local specialities of each of the  states that the train journeys through. These are supplemented by a full bar, a lounge even a spa and a beauty salon. The royal train also boasts of unique features and amenities such as 24*7 Wi-Fi connectivity, cell phones & LCD TVs in every cabin. This unique luxury-on-wheels experience can be enjoyed by 88 pasengers at maximum capacity. Find out more here

Furthermore,&nbspThe Ultimate Travelling Camp (TUTC) was once again being named &lsquoAsia&rsquos Leading Luxury Camping Company&rsquo at the&nbspWTA for a third year running. TUTC operates in lesser known regions of India, including the Chamba Camp, Thiksey (Ladakh), Chamba Camp, Diskit (Ladakh), Kohima Camp (Nagaland), and Jaagir Lodge Dudhwa (Uttar Pradesh). Each luxury property promotes the richness and uniqueness of the destination. The Chamba Camps ensure a getaway to various aspects of the Ladakhi and Buddhist way of life, the Kohima camp, that coincides with the Hornbill festival, aims to revive, protect and preserve the tradition of the 16 tribes native to Nagaland. Read more here.

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