After evening pickup at your centrally located Bangkok Hotel, travel to the restaurant on Silom Road, one of the capital’s most bustling financial and tourism districts. Receive a warm welcome at the Ruen Thep restaurant, originally built as a complex of 15 teakwood houses in 1908 under the reign of Thai King Chulalongkorn (Rama V). This historic compound has earned a well-regarded reputation since its conversion into a restaurant in 1981.
Once seated, enjoy the warm and gracious ambiance of the dining hall and select from a menu of authentic Thai dishes to suit your appetite. During the meal, feast your eyes on vibrant costumes and graceful movements during a performance of traditional Thai dancing, music, and plays. Witness the elegance of classically trained dancers accompanied by live music as they interpret legends and stories passed down through generations in a six-act show.
This memorable night of classic Thai cuisine and culture concludes with drop-off back at your hotel in the late evening.