Siam Niramit Bangkok
A Siam Niramit show is a spectacular occasion with over a hundred performers. The plot takes viewers through 700 years of history in the Kingdom of Siam—as Thailand was once known—and incorporates both traditional dances and modern elements. You can watch the show on its own or book a package that includes dinner and transportation.
Things to Know Before You Go
The show is suitable for all ages.
Book your tickets or show packages in advance to ensure seats on the night of your choice.
The show uses elephants as part of the performance.
The theater complex is also home to a miniature Thai village, a restaurant, a souvenir shop, a center for Thai massages, and stations showcasing traditional Thai crafts.
How to Get There
The Siam Niramit complex is located on Tiamruammit Road, across from the Thailand Cultural Centre. The closest metro stop is the Thailand Cultural Centre Station on the Blue Line. You can also reach the theater by taxi or book a ticket package that includes round-trip transportation.
When to Get There
The Siam Niramit show is held daily, in the evening. The complex’s doors open more than two hours before the show so that visitors can explore the complex’s other activities or eat at the on-site buffet restaurant.
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