Siam Niramit Show – Combining History, Culture and Tradition with Music and Dance

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The city of Bangkok is visited by many with leisure in mind and a Sathorn leisure hotel is ideal in this respect as it provides a tranquil getaway from the fast paced city while being conveniently accessible. Relaxation in Bangkok comes very easy, whether it is shopping one prefers, exploring the city’s spectacular sights or opting for a dining cruise down Chao Phraya River, such as the cruise organised by Anantara Sathorn Bangkok Hotel. Such a cruise is a wonderful way to take in the Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn, and the Grand Palace for these attractions are beautifully lit up at night. Those who wish to leave the frantic pace of the world behind and immerse themselves in Thai culture can also opt for a Siam Niramit Show. Much like the beloved Water Puppet Show in Vietnam, the Siam Niramit Show combines culture and history with song and dance and makes for a memorable evening.

The Siam Niramit Show lasts around 80 minutes during which the skilled dancers decked in colourful traditional costumes, along with traditional Thai music, recount the history of the country, its traditions and beliefs while also demonstrating its cultural heritage through three acts: Journey Back into History, Journey Beyond Imagination and Journey through Joyous Festivals. The Show makes great use of new technology in terms of lights and sounds which in turn infuses the colourful performance with modernity.

The Show commences at 8pm and tickets costs between 1,500-2,000 baht. However, patrons can also opt to watch the Show with dinner, for which you must pay a little extra, but which will complement the experience immensely. Enjoy the delicious Thai cuisine before you immerse yourself in the fantastic traditions, culture and history of the former Kingdom of Siam at the Siam Niramit Show in Bangkok.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+

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