Training for royalty

May 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;5/25/2007, Issue 49, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of India's Palace on Wheels to gain popularity as one of the great train journeys of the world. Among train operators planning to operate in the area, includes Karnataka Palace on Wheels, Punjab Palace on Wheels, and Utter Pradesh Palace. It is claimed that those trains will be similar in maharaja-style luxury, with cabins and baths, and restaurants serving Indian, Chinese and continental cuisines.


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