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It is unique and the Grand Palace entry tickets get you in for a Khon performance. There is text on top explaining the story. All dances are based on stories from the Hindu epic, Ramayana. There is a nice cafe at the theater, restrooms are...More
all genuine traditional Thai art performances deserve support and encouragement, and I love both the Ramakien and Khon. However, a more objective assessment of this specific performance would rather yield four stars, because this was a bit amateurish, or at least Morlam style; it was...More
A Thai friend recommended this production as being more culturally relevant than Siam Niarit which I had already seen. The reviews on Trip Advisor were very good and I was looking forward to the production. Tickets for Thursday- Sunday are 800, 1000, or1200 baht. There...More
As most have said, this is well worth your time and money! We thought the movie parts of the show added to it.
Advice about seating: don’t sit too close. Because the English is projected above the curtain and the musicians sit on the floor...More
Probably one of the highlights of our trip to Thailand and not to be missed. Ignore the commercial dinner shows and see the real thing. Local true Thai band, the dance was explained in English with a scoll across the top of the stage. the...More
I was travelling through SE Asia on my own, and decided to book tickets to this in advance as something to do in the evenings. It was quite expensive, but then theatres have high overheads to cover, so in reality there isn't much profit to...More
We saw the Hanuman show at this theater in Feb'18. Also had a chance to interact with the performers after the show
The show is a hidden gem - the costumes, acting, visuals and overall ambiance was amazing. They flashed subtitles in English throughout the...More
We saw the Hanuman show at this theatre and were very pleased. The show was amazing and provided a sense of the great culture of Thailand. The costumes were amazing, as well as the actors. Well presented, entertaining, and highly recommended. I don't know why...More
I really cannot understand why this is not much popular. It is an incredible show with an incredible performance and very nice ambient. It might be a bit expensive but it is worth every Baht. There are captions in English so you can follow the...More
Hi, if you are looking for the Khon (Thai Masked dance), it is held every Thursday/Friday at 7.30pm so there's a show on 18 Feb. thaiticketmajor sells the tickets online. Not sure about other performances (if any).
Hi Anna, unfortunately the Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre will be closed from 11 Nov 2015 to 7 Jan 2016 according to the information on the hotels2thailand ticketing website. The show is usually on every Thursday and Friday... More
Hi Anna, unfortunately the Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre will be closed from 11 Nov 2015 to 7 Jan 2016 according to the information on the hotels2thailand ticketing website. The show is usually on every Thursday and Friday except for some Thai holidays. Hope this is useful to you.