Presenting some of the most extraordinary objects and documents to showcase centuries old of history that retraces the legacy of the train, allowing visitors to discover events that transformed the world, and shaped the map. It is a unique opportunity for visitors to explore the tracks and landscapes that generations before had once travelled on, and witness what then, only a few explorers and diplomates had.
The Pop-Up Attraction “Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express” will open this December 2020 in Singapore at the West Lawn of Gardens by the Bay. Visitors can relive the emotions of travellers who have boarded the Orient Express through a reconstituted train platform, and showrooms where they can embark on fascinating journey displayed in evocative giant trunks that encapsulates the history of the Orient Express.
As guests depart the exhibition, a merchandising area will give guests the opportunity to take home branded must haves, kids toys and exquisite collectors’ items.
An Orient Express road cafe will give guests the chance to stop and enjoy while taking a journey through coffee blends that were discovered and made famous by the many stops on the Orient Express route.
About Orient Express –
The Orient Express was a luxury train service created in 1883 by Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits. A myth for over 135 years, Orient Express remains the symbol of luxury travel and timeless refinement. Orient Express was created in January 2015 to develop its eponymous brand and deploy it in the world of luxury and lifestyle, while respecting the history and values embodied by its legendary train. Cultivating the art of travel and hospitality initiated by Georges Nagelmakers in 1883, Orient Express hosts exceptional events aboard its fully restored historic cars. The multicultural heritage of the legendary train is now transported to a collection of Orient Express hotels, taking travellers on a captivating journey to elsewhere.
For more information please visit https://www.orient-express.com/.
Mon, Tue, Fri, Sun: 10am to 9pm
Wed, Thurs: 10am to 7pm
Sat: 10am to 10pm