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“A nice way to spend an evening”
Review of Siam Niramit

Siam Niramit
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Ranked #4 of 43 Concerts & Shows in Bangkok
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Owner description: 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 village that visitors can stroll through and savour the atmosphere of Thai life in bygone times.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Siam Niramit is an attraction that gives you a glimpse of both the art as well as culture of ancient Thailand. It is a good way to spend your evening if you have covered all the major attractions in the city and are looking for something worthwhile to do in your free time.

Thank drvineet13
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"buffet dinner"
in 218 reviews
"thai village"
in 200 reviews
"pre show"
in 200 reviews
"special effects"
in 146 reviews
"cultural show"
in 132 reviews
"show starts"
in 105 reviews
"golden seats"
in 43 reviews
"beautiful costumes"
in 42 reviews
"story line"
in 36 reviews
"audience participation"
in 36 reviews
"cultural village"
in 27 reviews
"dinner show"
in 24 reviews
"real elephants"
in 24 reviews
"live animals"
in 40 reviews
"thai history"
in 79 reviews
"elephant ride"
in 41 reviews
"mrt station"
in 35 reviews

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A good show. But still think that the Phuket one is better. Buffet dinner is average. Suggest add more dishes.

Thank Ivan L
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The show provided some of Siam history/cultural from different periods in its history. Very colorful theatrical and entertaining evening worthy of admission. On the other hand, the buffet is a total tourist trap that must be avoided. Recommend having early diner or late lunch, arrives early, at least an hour or more (traffic!) to enjoy the pre show and shops. There are two elephants, one was in the show; they did not appear to be well treated. We’ve just returned from Patara Elephant Farm in Chiang Mai where we saw many happy elephants. Don’t pay to ride, feed or take pictures with theses elephants like other reviewers said.

Thank Fasu8306
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The show was very good but eat dinner before hand because it costs about 800 baht for one person at the buffet (rip off) and right when you walk in, they have an elephant chained up who is pacing back and forth looking nervous and the other elephant was walking around on the cement giving rides to people while the person on top kicked the elephants heads. DO NOT PAY TO RIDE OR FEED THE ELEPHANTS. It encourages the company to continue treating them poorly.

Thank Libby K
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The main theatre show is amazing to see with dancing, music, elephants, stage changes and large river ( actual water ) on the main stage. It is a Thai culture story told from the show and is enjoyable to watch. Though the AC in the theatre can let the temp raise and some people did nodd off or shall we shall rested their eyes !

The included dinner is OK to eat as there is a mix of Thai & Chinese food in a buffet arrangement. drink prices are reasonable for such a venue.

Before the show outside there is a small arrangement of traditional huts with locals selling local / craft goods and exhibits produced on site. Also there is some open air Thai dancing and some point the dancers encourage members of the audience to dance with them.
For me the dancing was OK and not really a warm for the main event which is amazing to watch.
Be aware that you can not take cameras into the theatre and you will be searched on the way in. Cameras ( if detected ) have to be stored in locked area by the venue staff and collected on exit from the theatre.

Thank Tysonator
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