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Located just north of Phuket Town, Siam Niramit Phuket is a 1760-seat theatre, presenting one of the world's largest stage productions, an award-winning performance highlighting Thailand’s rich artistic and cultural heritage. Open daily (EXCEPT...more
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we had no idea what to expect but this is a definite MUST SEE! from the village, to feeding the elephant, Thai boxing, gift shops and the actual show it was a huge success! The buffet dinner before the show had us spoilt for...More
The show is a beautiful way to experience the thai history and culture. Before the show you can walk around the area and feed and take pictures with elephants, watch a thai boxing show and watch a thai dancing show in which you can participate...More
We booked this show through Klook which included hotel transfer from Karon, buffet dinner and the show. We thought it was totally worth it. The buffet meal was a great way to sample Thai ( and other foods) and was very good. You can walk...More
Loved walking around the complex. The shows before the actual theather performance was also lively and really engaged the crowd. Siam Niramit showed colorful dances and their props left me in awe. Really made me appreciate Thai culture in general.
It was a toss up for us between Phuket Fantasea and Siam Niramit but I was not disappointed in our choice at all! We did not have the dinner so I can’t comment on that but we did get picked up and dropped off at...More
I regret that I didn't check reviews before buying a ticket for show and when I step in there I see very tired elephants carrying men, this made me really upset for rest of time there. I haven't seen rest of animal abuse s we...More
The night was absolutely magical. from the grounds to the theatrical production. The lighting for the grounds is perfect for those special Instagram moments. Perfect for a date night with that special someone, or a family night as well. Same Same
Hi, The restaurant opens at 5.30 p.m., so I would suggest arriving between 5.30 p.m. and 6.00 p.m. in order to to leave plenty of time for other activities. The show starts at 8.30 p.m., but we ask people to start making... More
Hi, The restaurant opens at 5.30 p.m., so I would suggest arriving between 5.30 p.m. and 6.00 p.m. in order to to leave plenty of time for other activities. The show starts at 8.30 p.m., but we ask people to start making their way to the theatre at 8.00 p.m., to ensure everyone is seated in time for the show. Regards, Siam Niramit Phuket.
I am travelling to phuket on 29/06/2017. Can i get discounted tickets for Siam Niramit show in Phuket via online or through any reliable agent. ? Thanks
June 26, 2017|
Try hotels2thailand website.
Please help - 3 days in Phuket itinerary (7 Replies)
Dear TA friends, We will be visiting Phuket for four nights ( 3 full days) from Feb 19th next year. The flights are booked, hotel is booked; we are staying in Patong. I need your help doing an itinerary for 3 days. I read Kirsty’s report “3 days in Phuket” from Phuket forum page and picked up a few things; I have created the itinerary at random as I am not sure which one I should do and when. Please help me to create a more realistic itinerary. Day 1 Explore local beach/s...More
November 25, 2015|
Hi most boat yours go until 4.30 / 5pmsome even later depending where you are staying. In my opinion you won't fit much else into the day. Why not go on a boat tour for the day and enjoy the scenery then just come back and go somewhere really nice for dinner on your wife's birthday. Or get a picnic and explore a lovely uncrowded beach. You could even get a picnic and enjoy the sunset somewhere. Personally I would only do one boat tour during your trip as you only have 3 days. Two whole days...More