The Siam Niramit cultural show is the ultimate experience while you are here. Showcasing authentic Thai culture, this breathtaking performance will leave you amazed. A beautiful, delicious, and authentic Thai dinner is arranged after the entertainment package show. Although the prices may seem high, it’s certainly a treat! Siam Niramit is packed with 90 minutes of talented and passionate rhythmic dancers, harmonious music, magnificent backdrops, and mesmerizing costumes on a huge stage.
The stage known as the Ratchada Theater has a capacity of 2,000 people and is 12 meters high, breaking all records and being the tallest stage in the world. Next to the indoor stadium, the Siam Niramit complex consists of a replica Thai village, a restaurant, and a souvenir shop. In addition, the restaurant offers a rich evening buffet just before the show. Dinner will not disappoint, offering a wide variety of food from continental to Thai.
Cultural Dance at Siam Niramit featuring 150 performers in beautiful, vibrant costumes. The scenes and sets are quite realistic. Real elephants and goats are used in the play. Special effects accompany the show for a realistic experience. The show is divided into three scenes: the journey back into history, the impulse behind the imagination; the three realms (heaven, hell, himmapan forest), and the journey through happy festivals.
This magnificent dance performance begins by revealing Thailand’s glorious past, spanning seven centuries. The representation of kings, queens, and gods is shown through the famous Dance of the Golden Nails. The next phase of the show features images of heaven and hell. The insidious techniques of hell and monsters are presented through sets and special effects. Wonderful heavenly angels descend from the ceiling that seems as if they are flying.
The final phase of the show takes you through various Thai festivals such as Songkran and Loy Krathong. The show also includes traditional bamboo dance and Muay Thai boxing matches.
Thai Village at Siam Niramit
Arrive at Siam Niramit 1-2 hours before the show so you can explore the Thai village, watch traditional Thai handicrafts being made and enjoy snacks and desserts. You can also listen to classical Thai music or feed the elephants. Another way to pass the time is to catch the outdoor dance show, which takes place an hour before the main show.
How To Reach Siam Niramit
Siam Niramit is located at 19 Tiamruammit Road, Huai Khwang District, Thailand. It is directly opposite the Thailand Cultural Center. You can opt for a metered taxi to get there, which is a bit expensive. But to travel like a local, the best way is to arrive by MRT. You need to take the MRT and get off at Thailand Cultural Center station, take exit 1 and wait for the free bus that runs daily between Siam Niramit and the MRT station. 15 minutes. Service begins at 5:30 p.m.
An experience not to be missed
Hauled as one of the world’s greatest stage productions, Siam Niramit unfailingly brings back Thailand’s glorious past through its stunning installations and expertly produced performances. Learn how Thai people used to live in different parts of the country at the highly detailed recreation of the Thai Village, enjoy a Thai and international buffet dinner (optional) before witnessing the magic of the spectacular Siam Niramit show. Thai handicrafts and a wide range of exhibition memorabilia are also on offer.