BKK005Siam Niramit

Location : BANGKOK
By : Transportation
Duration : 1 day
Siam Niramit is a world-class performance of Thailand's arts and cultural heritage. This must-see spectacular show is performed on the gigantic stage listed in the Guinness World Records!
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  • One of the biggest stage productions in the world
  • Spectacular show of the Thai art and culture
  • More than 100 performers
  • Amazing dresses and costumes and impressive stages
  • Top of the art special effects

Show time 20:00 until 21:15
Optional dinner starting from 17:30 (300 Baht)

Booking Conditions

  • Booking must be made at least 3 days in advance.
  • Excusion tours are instant bookings.
  • Credit Card will be charged once the booking is complete.
  • Pickup point and time will be reconfirmed back within 24 hours by email. (depending on your hotel location)
  • Please print out voucher and present upon pickup.



  • Non refundable
  • Changeable with a fee of THB 300/person and needs to be made at least 3 days in advance.
1,600.00 ฿
Duration : 1 day
Total Price : 0.00 ฿


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