Tags : Shows & Theatres
Timings : 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Entry Fee : THB 1500 - 1900
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A beautiful kaleidoscope of colours, myths and history and with over 100 artists, the Siam Niramat portrays a deep and breathtaking narrative of 700 years of Thai history and culture. The carefully recreated traditional Thai village around the theatre, with its little huts and delightful guides, as well as the dinner buffet with a variety of exotic local cuisine, adds to the experience.
The Siam Niramit show is a three-act show combining an impressive range of dance, martial arts and acrobatics. Over 100 artists in over 500 costumes will take you into a delightful journey about history, culture, lifestyle and numerous Thai festivals. It is a visual treat to watch such a great show with neatly planned set changes, beautiful sceneries and artists performing with excellent coordination and perfection.
Standard Seat (Silver) - 1400 TBH
Gold seat - 1500 TBH
Platinum Seat - 1600 TBH
Silver seat + Dinner - 1700 TBH.
Gold seat + Dinner - 1800 TBH
Platinum Seat + Dinner - 1900 TBH
The Siam Niramit show has something to offer for everyone. There is a range of pre-show activities that make it worth to arrive early for the show.
One can learn about the life of Thai people in different parts of the country at this recreated Thai village. The floating market selling fruits, flowers and vegetables complete this Thai village scene.
One can watch traditional outdoor dance performances beginning at 7 PM
If you are shopaholic, then head into the souvenir shop and just pick the item you like!
If traditional martial arts interest you, then look no further than the Thai to enthrall you with their native Muay Thai or kickboxing. Expect to see local artists spar each other and put up fantastic bouts for you.
Right after your dinner, you can enjoy the dazzling lights and fountain show which is usually accompanied by dance performances. Expect to join in the dancing as it is a very interactive show.
Take the underground train MRT to Thailand Cultural Centre Station and take Exit 1. Free shuttle bus service is available during 17:15 hours to 19:45 hours for every 15 minutes. After the show, there are shuttle buses to drop you to the MRT station.2. Walk
Once you get off at the Thailand Cultural Centre metro station, you can walk your way to Siam Niramit in 15 minutes (around 1 km).3. Public Bus
Take Public Buses numbered 73, 74, 136, 179, 185, 206, 514, 517 and get down at MRT Thailand Cultural Centre bus stop. Then walk towards Exit 1 of MRT Station and take the shuttle bus. Otherwise, walk or take a taxi.4. Taxi
A local taxi would be an easy and convenient option to reach this location.
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