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Siam Niramit Show

Siam Niramit Show

 

16:30               Pick up from the hotel in Bangkok for Siam Niramit

17:30               Enjoy Thai and International Buffet

19:00               Visit Thai Village occupying a good half of the Siam Niramit Complex, the Thai village presents convincing replicas of Thai-style houses (wooden and raised on posts) from the north to south. Each village demonstrates the making of its specialties – be it food (rice pudding, roasted rice with sweet coconut and grilled omelet) or handicrafts (silk, shadow puppets, and batik).

20:00               Show time

Act 1.  Journey Back to History        

For over seven centuries, Siam has been home of diverse cultures; A cross-road where civilizations met. Siam Niramit takes you back to the past to witness…

 

Scene 1

The North...

The Ancient Kingdom of Lanna...

We begin our journey in the ancient Kingdom of Lanna, in northern Thailand, where the King and Queen lead a lantern-lit procession to pay homage to Buddha relics enshrined in the revered Chedi at Chiengman Temple.

The Maids of Honor dance gracefully as they carry the lanterns and the Royal Guard display their ceremonial swordsmanship.

 

Scene 2

The South Seas...

Traders from overseas...

Here we witness an important time in Thailand's history, when trade from overseas brought not just wealth but artistic and religious influences from other nations.

We see the Buddhist Thais blending harmoniously with traders from overseas and helping to integrate them into the Thai culture.

 

Scene 3

Issan, the North-East...

Legacy of Khmer Civilization...

We see villagers enjoying dances based on their rural lifestyles in Northeastern Thailand. Having danced all night before the revered Prasart Khao Phanom Rung, the sun rises and sunlight streams through the doors of the ruined temple, magically bringing the elaborately carved statues to life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scene 4

The Central Plains...

Ayutthaya, the Mighty Capital...

Set in the period when Ayuthaya was the nation's capital, and Siam was beginning to develop relations with Western nations, we see ordinary people striving to make a living along the waterways of the plains of central Thailand surrounding Ayuthaya.

The work is hard but the land is fertile and the waters well stocked with fish.

In this scene we see the contrast between the simple way of life of the farmers and the opulent life of the Royal Court, as exemplified by a magnificent procession of Royal barges.

 

Act 2. Journey Beyond Imagination The Three Worlds

Despite the diverse cultures and livelihood, Thai people are all bound by a common belief in the religious principle of the Law of Karma. The good deeds or bad deeds in this world will result in merit or suffering in the next life.

Scene 1

Fiery Hell...

Fiery Hell, where the flames are fuelled by people’s sins, is ruled by Phrayom. He ensures that the condemned souls receive punishment that matches the nature and gravity of their crimes.

Liars have their tongues torn out; alcoholics are forced to drink from a cauldron of boiling water; adulterers must climb a tree bristling with sharp thorns...

 

Scene2

The Mystical Forest of Himapaan...

Himapaan is a mystical forest that exists at the boundary between our earthly realm and heaven. This beautiful and mysterious forest is populated by magical creatures such as kinaree (half woman-half bird), and nareepon (beautiful girls born from trees as fruit)...

In this scene we see Mekala & Ramasoon, demi-gods who are believed in Thai mythology to be the progenitors of lightning and thunder.

 

Scene3

Blissful Heaven...

Lord Indra, the God of Gods, presides over Blissful Heaven from his seat atop Mount Phrasumera, at the centre of the universe.

As he awaits the arrival of a consort, he is serenaded with celestial music by the divas and angels who accompany him everywhere to serve and entertain him.

 

Act 3. Journey Through Joyous Festival

In Thailand many popular festivals are celebrated throughout the course of a year. Associated with seasonal changes and important religious events, the festivals are opportunities for Thai people to make merit, but they are colorful and fun too.

Some are national festivals, others are specific to different regions, but each festival has its own unique character.

 

 

 

In the final act show you of the most distinctive examples, such as 'Loy Krathong'.

A favorite festival all over Thailand, this is celebrated on the full moon of the 12th lunar month. Elaborate and beautiful floats or 'krathong' are decorated with banana leaves and flowers, candles and coins and released on waterways as offerings to the Goddess of Water, Mae Kongkha. They are to ask forgiveness for any harm which has been caused to those waterways. It is also believed that a person's own misfortunes will be washed away along with the krathong.

 

21:30               Transfer back to the hotel

 

Remark;

  1. Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are not included in the buffet.
  2. Theatre gate will be open 30 minutes before show time. Late arrival guest are requested to attend the show after break otherwise a suitable seat will be assigned.
  3. Bringing a camera is not acceptable in the theatre.
  4. Child Policy: Rates for children apply to those between the heights of 90-140 cm.
  5. Children under 90 cm. will be admitted free of charge if they shared a seat with their parents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 person up

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                                                                                                                                                      Price in Thai baht

 

Inclusions:

-  Transportation         

-  All admission fees as in the itinerary

-  English Speaking Guide

-  Dinner and show

 

Exclusions:

-  Personal expenses

-  Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are not included

-  Tips for guide and driver

 

Child Policy:

-  For children less than 2 years old will be Free of charge

-  For children 2-6years old will be charged as child rate

-  For children over 6 years old will be charged as adult rate