|Aerial view of the Golden Chariot Train|
The Golden chariot train doesn’t disappoint on dining front either. There are two elegantly appointed restaurants in the train, Nala and Ruchi, inspired from the architectural styles of Halebid and Hampi. These restaurants serve a spread of vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines in numerous small bowls on individual large silver plates. Besides quaint interiors and exquisite crockery, the restaurants have 2-seater and 4-seater facilities with comfortable sofas and chairs.
Also included in the facilities of Golden chariot train is a lounge bar Madira, literally meaning the mythical drink of the Gods, with the finest selection of wines and spirits. With its elegant seating arrangements and unruffled ambience, the lounge bar is an ideal place to unwind in perfect nonchalance.
|Madira: Lounge bar aboard the Golden Chariot|
To say that luxury train traveling has achieved a new dimension with the arrival of the Golden Chariot will not be an exaggeration. Adding to the modern facilities and ethnic décor of the train is the traditional Indian hospitality by the trained staff which is like icing on the cake and ensures that you never feel incongruous during this elegant and opulent ride across mesmerizing landscapes and attractions in South India.
To get a peek into the elegant interiors of the train, feel free to visit the Flickr photo stream of the Indian Luxury Trains. For more information on schedule, tariff, itinerary and train booking, you would like to visit the website of the Golden Chariot Train.