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Located in the centre of Bangkok, Siam Niramit is a state-of-the-art 2000-seat theatre, open every day, presenting one of the world's largest stage productions. In the grounds of the theatre are three restaurants, and an authentic traditional Thai...more
All reviews buffet dinner pre show thai village special effects cultural show show starts gold seats beautiful costumes story line audience participation cultural village live animals thai history free shuttle mrt station take pictures thai food
We spent the evening at Siam Niramit, and were amazed at the quality of the experience.
From punctual ride from our hotel, the vast and excellent buffet, the pre-show performances, everything was top notch. Then we saw the show.
Could not believe the complexity of...More
Overall show was larger then I expected with a cast of 80 plus. Very well done. Meal was typical buffet heavy on traditional Thai food, ice cream for desert.
Village was a bonus and well done. Outdoor show was also good, and a time killer....More
This show is just amazing. Hundreds of artist , grand set , beautiful costumes , great sound effects; a mammoth choreography.
Kudos to the entire team on and behind the stage for truly entertaining the audience.
This show was a sensory delight, it was divided...More
I went to tge show with my kids. First of all, since you will arrive there, you will be very welcomed by the very friendly staff, will take photos for you and ur family. Then you will find souvenir shops specially for siam niramit. After...More
Go early when they open to see the Thai village. If you wanted to take picture with ppls in costume you'll have to tip. During the show I was pretty tired so I fell asleep for some parts, but it was a very beautiful show!...More
A Thai cultural place to visit when in Bangkok. The show is spectacular, the props and set changes constantly and artistically, the buffet is scrumptious and the dancers/acting superb. If you miss going to this place, you're missing the best part of Bangkok.
1. We arrived early, got a chance to feed the elephant (30 Baht per feeding) with cucumbers.
2. Got the chance to see ethnic Thai dance performances at Thai village. Dancers also included audience in the dance and that created a festive atmosphere....More
Siam Niramit show is must see in Bangkok. Take the ticket including the dinner buffet. You can Taste all kinds of Thai food before the show. Buffet start at 5PM. Go early and spend enough time for buffet. Followed by visiting the Thai village and...More
It is a story about the history and culture. Though the speaking before each set is in English, the dancing, music, and costumes are lovely. I really didn’t pay that much attention to the talking part of it. I believe you... More
It is a story about the history and culture. Though the speaking before each set is in English, the dancing, music, and costumes are lovely. I really didn’t pay that much attention to the talking part of it. I believe you can still enjoy the beauty of this performance.
I am wondering about this Itinerary Day 1 Should arrive into Bangkok around 4pmish, No specific plans, just strolling the streets and finding a unique place to eat. Day 2. Bus/Boat Cruise to Ayuttaya..even again no agenda, just exploring. Day 3. Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Wat Arun. Planning an even dinner at the Siam Niramit Show My question is I should have one final day....what should I do. See more specifically in the city of Bangkok itself or take a day trip...More
August 09, 2013|
I'd make Day 3 your Day 2 instead and give the dinner at Siam Niramit a miss (reviews say it's terrible), eat beforehand. The Khlong trip around Thonburi is a good tour, the Flower Market, China Town and maybe the evening at Asiatique.
1st Time for Family in CM/BKK - please review hotel/plans! (0 Replies)
We are a family of 6 (4 kids ages 13, 11, 8, 5) coming to BKK and CM in Feb 2013 (will also post on BKK board). Background - we have been on lots of family trips, but not to Asia, we all love food, also open to volunteer visit, I want plenty of affordable massages, etc...like a mix of high end and budget stuff...Please tell me thoughts/suggestions for our plans: 2/9 arrive 6am go to Peninsula Hotel (or other? it is our one splurge), rest, 1/2 day tour (with either Nook or Tong, waiting to...More
May 18, 2012|
First time in Bangkok- Itinerary help (2 Replies)
Myself and my husband are visiting Bangkok with our 2 children (1 and 6) for the first time. We only have two days there and obviously want to make the most of our time. I have planned an itinerary and would like to know if this is realistic. I am open to suggestions of anything to see/do. This will probably be the only time we visit Bangkok so don't want to miss anything out. Day 1: Morning- Visit the Grand Palace and Wat Pho (We're staying at the bel-aire princess on soi 5. I believe...More
June 26, 2012|
It's still quite a walk from the Grand Palace to KSR. There's really not that much to see/do in the Khao San Road area unless you're into people watching. Otherwise, I recommend an air con mall for your 1 and 6 year old. While there is some shopping in KSR area, there are a lot of street vendors selling their wares which makes it difficult and narrow for a stroller to get by. I'm not talking about KSR itself but the Thai shopping area nearby. MBK, Siam Discovery, Siam Center, Paragon are...More