Tangula Luxury Trains Delayed

Tangula Group announced today that the launch of its Tangula Luxury Trains, along both its Northern Route and Southern Route, has been postponed to April 2009. The company stated that it needed more time to finalize all operations of the train on the Tibetan leg of the journey in order to ensure its guests the true luxury rail travel experience.

Admitting that the opening of the railway beyond Dali to Lijiang on the Southern Route is delayed, Tangula Group felt it would be best to be careful in allowing enough time for all operational details to be thoroughly completed and tested.

A revised launch date will be finalized in the upcoming months and reservations systems will remain open for bookings for journeys from April 2009 onwards. 

Agents can contact Tangula at [email protected].

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