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The legendary Sound and Light shows are playing at world renowned Pyramids of Giza, Temples of Karnak, Philae and Abu Simbel; four of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Their historical and cultural values are simply beyond description. Latest...more
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We went to the sound and light show with great expectations, but it turned out to be a boring fare. There was a monotonous story telling with lighting just going on and off on the pyramids and the sphinx. Overall boring.
It was on my ''to see" list of Cairo, but now i'm not so sure it worth.
It was too expensive for what it offers.
The price is 250 LE not in the front rows/ 300 LE first 5 rows .
The show itself it's...More
Some devices to listen the show doesn’t works properly, but the show is wonderful and I recommend the special place behind the chairs where offered you a drink for one dólar is even better than the first row.
We witnessed The Sound and Light show from our Hotel Balcony which was bang opposite to the Great Pyramids. Initially, We were contemplating if we should visit this sound and light show. But later thought that we can see it from our balcony.
We had to do this and it was excellent. Night time at the Pyramids, you are so very close. History and myths spoken, changing lights and front row seats. Yes, lots of people and lots of lighted cell phones but I thought it quite exciting...More
We really didn't find the show that interesting, and it's not cheap. You listen to an hour of historical commentary while lights turn on and off on the pyramids. I wouldn't really call it a show. Again, just not interesting. I'd say pass on this...More
The Light & Sound Show at the Pyramids / Sphinx complex at Giza, Egypt was a memorable experience. Especially to us as we had studied Egyptian archaeology as students. The show, which lasts about 45 minutes, is in English (translations are available, I guess, for...More
Many will pronounce this attraction as cheesy or corny. I saw a number of people sleeping through it. The Sound portion, a rambling narration with a regal music, sounds much like the soundtrack from a 1950s Biblical epic movie: grand dialogue, of course with a...More
Remember James Bond, "The Spy Who Loved Me"? Yes, this is the show that's in that movie. There are few things different, but one cool thing is Sir Anthony Hopkins' voice. He's a great narrator, so it added more magic to the whole experience. Seeing...More