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Siam Niramit Cultural Show

Bangkok Culture | Bangkok culture and festivals

If you are looking for a cultural show in Bangkok, the Siam Niramit is the one to see. The Siam Niramit puts together all the spiritual and historical culture of Siam into an 80 minute stage production. The Siam Niramit is a great show to see and a great way to see Thai culture in action. You will be amazed at both the special effects and the rich history conveyed through the show. Seeing the 8-0 minute presentation will teach you a lot about Thai religious beliefs and history.

The Siam Niramit is located in the Ratchadda Grand Theater which has one of the largest stages in the world. The Siam Niramit takes advantage of the large sets with elaborate sets and many performers dressed in beautifully designed costumes. The experience is an inspiring one and the Siam Niramit is a great way to see Thai culture and enjoy a great show.

The Siam Niramit consists of three acts. The first act covers seven centuries of Siam heritage from all areas. The second act of Siam Niramit covers merit making and the binging of spiritual law of Karma, heaven, hell, the mystical Himappan Forest, and the pleasure realm of Lord Indra. The last act of Siam Niramit stresses the benefits of making merit in this life and covers religious festivals and celebrations.

The core of Siam culture is values and the Siam Niramit combines art, history, culture, and tradition with modern special effects and technology. While the Siam Niramit utilizes modern technology to create a spectacular show, it does not rely on these modern effects totally, rather embracing traditional Thai culture and traditions.

The Siam Niramit complex is complete with Thai restaurants that serve authentic Thai food and many hard to find and exotic dishes. The Siam Niramit complex can seat up to 800 people and shows are usually filled with both locals and tourists wanting to learn about Thai culture through this amazing show.

The Siam Niramit is a great idea for singles, couples, families, or any group. If you want to experience a truly magical night out and learn about Saim's rich culture, history, and traditions in the process, the Siam Niramit is a great place to go. It is a great so to take kids to as well and will easily hold their interest even if the educational part is a bit above them.

The Siam Niramit opens at 20:00 nightly and tickets cost about 35 EUR. The Siam Niramit is an affordable, educational, and exciting show that all visitors should see.


Last Updated: 27 Feb 2008