Siam Niramit Bangkok offers one of the most majestic theatrical entertainment around the world. The show takes place inside the colossal Ratchada Theatre, which can accommodate over 2000 people and employs approximately 400 artists and employees. The huge theatre has a proscenium 12 metre high where is represented an ancient Thai village in miniature, and is certificated by Guinness World Records as the highest theatre around the world. The show at Siam Niramit takes viewers back in time, an open window about how the people lived during the Siam Kingdom several centuries ago, with traditional song, Thai dances and martial arts spectacle. A highly professional team performs the show with gorgeous scenery and costumes, which will allow you to relax and enjoy historical perspectives of arts and Thai culture during all 70 minutes of show. The show develops in three acts without interruptions, Journey back to History, Three Kingdoms and Joyous Festivals. The show can also include a Thai and International buffet dinner before the performance. Other than the spectacular show, do come early because there are lots of activities that you can see and do. Not only will you enjoy but you will learn more about the Thai ways of life in bygone times which is not easy to find nowadays. The pre-show attractions include: a traditional Thai village, outdoor dance performances and elephant feeding & rides, are also available traditional Thai Massage and souvenir shops.
Showtime: the show starts at 20.00, but the theatre open at 17.00 for allow access to the restaurant and to enjoy other pre-show attractions.
Fares: tickets range from 1,500 to 2,350 THB, depending on seats and the optional dinner buffet.
Hotel Transfer: Siam Niramit also operates a round-trip service, covering many areas of Bangkok, at a price of 300 THB per person. To take advantage of this service telephone at Reservations at least one day in advance of your selected show date.Read More
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