Shimla Palace on Wheels



The Shimla Palace on Wheels is a super luxury train service operated by the Indian Railways in conjunction with Himachal Pradesh tourism. The Shimla Palace on Wheels offers an experience of the stunning Himalayan countryside which is unmatched by any other Himalayan tourist service.

The Shimla Palace on Wheels is a part of the Kalka-Shimla-Kalka toy train services. 'Toy train' is the popular parlance for narrow gauge train services.

The Shimla Palace on Wheels cater to the top end customer of the Indian railway system. The client list of the Shimla Palace on Wheels includes modern Royalty and top industrialists and businesspersons.

The Shimla Palace on Wheels is a coach of the Shivalik Deluxe Express. The Shimla Palace on Wheels is akin to a deluxe hotel room and a kitchenette. A family or a party of six persons can book Shimla Palace on Wheels for a journey from Kalka to Shimla and back.


The interiors of Shimla Palace on Wheels are tastefully decorated with all contemporary accompaniments. There are comfortable folding beds and folding dining tables inside the coach. Cushioned chairs, wall clock are positioned strategically for the benefit of the guests.

The kitchenette contains tastefully designed crockery and a sophisticated cooking range. A refrigerator is also provided in the kitchenette. A music channel is also provided as a part of light entertainment. Indoor games and light reading material complete the opulent experience. An attendant accompanies the traveling party.

Other than Shivalik Deluxe Express, the Shimla Palace on Wheels may be attached to any train in accordance with the wishes of the traveling party .



Last Updated on : 4/10/2012







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