A magical show for the whole family to enjoy, there are also plenty of things to do before the show even starts! It is a terrific cultural experience and allows guests to enjoy the story of Thailand with an impressive stage production that features brilliant costumes, hundreds of actors and actresses, traditional singing and dancing, and fabulous colourful sets.
Although the show starts at 8.30pm, the gates open at 5.30pm to allow visitors chance to enjoy the many pre-show activities, demonstrations, and games. Stroll around the interesting traditional Thai village and show your kids how people lived in the different parts of Thailand in the past. You can all feed buffalos and fish, ride an elephant, watch painting, silk making, and cookery demonstrations, play traditional games, see exciting Muay Thai matches, be dazzled by a light, laser, and fountain show, see a traditional elephant war parade, watch short outdoor dances … and more! Adventurous kids can take to the ring and have a go of (gentle!) Thai boxing! There are plenty of unique photo opportunities and you can let your kids pick a nice Thai souvenir from one of the excellent shops and stalls.
Different priced tickets are available, depending on seat preferences and whether or not you want to have a delicious buffet meal. The buffet includes both Thai and international dishes, so really does have something to suit all tastes.
Things to Know When Visiting with Kids:
- The show is 80 minutes long, without a break.
- The buffet is open between 5.30pm and 8.15pm.
- Many special effects are used in the show, and it can be quite loud.
- The best deals can be found when booking tickets online.
- Hotels transfers can be added on for complete convenience.
- There is also a Siam Niramit show in Bangkok if you don’t have time to go in Phuket.
Find out more at http://www.siamniramit.com/