Siam Niramit | Bangkok
19 Tiamruammit Road, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10320
- Siam Niramit Bangkok opens everyday.
- Reservation Office is open every day from 09.00 hrs. - 20.00 hrs.
- Operating hours are 17.00 hrs - 22.00 hrs.
- Buffet Dinner from 17.00 hrs. – 20.00 hrs.
- Pre-show entertainment from 19.00 hrs. – 19.30 hrs.
- Theatre doors opens at 19.30 hrs.
- Show starts at 20.00 hrs.
- Show duration is 80 minutes without intermission.
- Golden seats are the best situated in the theatre. They are limited in number.
- Online bookings are made on a first-come first-served basis.
- Actual seats are allocated on Show Day, with preference given to online bookings.
Free Shuttle Service
- A free shuttle service runs from Exit 1 of Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Station.
Terms and Conditions:
- You will receive a welcome drink and a free souvenir booklet when you collect your tickets
- Ticket price includes 7% VAT.
- Tickets are non-refundable.
- Online payments must be fully settled before your selected show date.
- If the transaction has NOT completed, you will be asked to pay directly when collecting your tickets.
(The online transaction will then be cancelled).
- Reservation conditions may change without prior notice.
- If circumstances mean that a show cannot be presented on the date for which you have booked, you will be notified at least 30 days in advance, and offered the choice of a new show date, or a full refund.
To walk from the MRT, please use the footbridges to cross the busy Ratchada intersection.
Please allow 10-20 minutes walking time.
For over seven centuries, Siam has been home of diverse cultures, a cross-road where civilizations meet.
In Act 1, Siam Niramit takes you back to the past to witness...
Despite their diverse cultures and livelihoods, Thai people are all bound by a common belief in the religious principle of the Law of Karma. Good deeds or bad deeds in this world result in merit or suffering in the next life.
In Act 2 we visit the three realms central to traditional Thai beliefs...
Thai Buddhists believe that to go to heaven, one must gather merit on earth. Thai culture is full of a wide variety of merit-making festivals, which combine religious ceremony with colourful and joyful celebration, for example, Ordination Ceremonies, Songkran, the Phitakhon Ghost Parade, Loy Krathong etc.