Siam Niramit show


**Thai traditional show and unique Thai theme park**

(The show is available every day Except Tuesday.)

  Siam Niramit Phuket

is a tastefully done cultural extravaganza that adds variety and vitality to the island’s entertainment scene. Perfectly located just off the By-Pass Road in the outskirts of Phuket Town, it is set in prime lakeside land. The show features songs, dance routines and traditional martial arts. Just like its sister theatre in Siam Niramit Bangkok, the Phuket show is very well put together by a professional and inspiring team; just sit back, relax and enjoy the historical perspectives of Thai arts and culture throughout this fantastic 70-minute performance.

Siam Niramit Phuket Highlights

The show runs without intermission and is divided into three acts that are equally entertaining. International audiences might want to pay close attention to Act II which presents how Thais conceive the concept of heaven and hell. While heaven is so beautiful with divas and angels (literally) flying around, hell is quite scary indeed. Imagine drinkers forced to imbibe from a cauldron of boiling water and adulterers compelled to climb horribly spiky thorn trees! The stage setup and special effects alone are spectacular and very realistic with amazing costumes and, as one reviewer puts it, “It was great to watch and enjoy, and it was also very educational.” Siam Niramit definitely has what it takes to become another successful and must-see show/attraction in Phuket.

What Not to Miss at Siam Niramit Phuket

Though the show starts at 20:30, it’s best to arrive early to enjoy the surrounding attractions and facilities. What not to miss here is the walk around the grounds where you’ll find traditional Thai-style houses, a floating market, souvenir shops and open-air performances. Kids (and everyone else) will enjoy feeding a pair of friendly elephants and the carnival-style games (where you can win stuffed animals.) The cost of a fruit or vegetable basket for the elephants, as well as the games, is minimal. Food is also available from 18.00 to 20.15. Sit at the restaurant’s third floor to enjoy the impressive view of the lake and landscaping. Guests can conveniently view the open-air performances while dining from the balcony, too.

Good to Know About Siam Niramit Phuket

This venue is fit for viewers of all ages and is wheelchair-user friendly. Guests deposit their cameras before entering the theatre gate as they are not allowed inside but are very much encouraged to use them in the other parts of the grounds. Siam Niramit Phuket invested about 2.5 billion baht in land, construction, special effects and recruitment. Its stage is certified by Guinness World Records as the highest in the world and they employ about 400 staff of whom 96% were recruited locally. Their pre-opening shows in late December 2011 were all fully booked.

This must-see spectacular show features over 100 performers, lavish costumes and stunning set designs.
Enhanced special effects and the world's most advanced technology are used to produce a very realistic, stimulating and inspiring experience.



PROMOTION from us Price in Thai Baht per person (THB)

Seat                                                                                                         Adult                 Child       
Silver Seat Show Only 1,300 1,300
Gold Seat Show Only 1,450 1,450
Platinum Seat Show Only 1,550 1,550
Silver Seat + Round Trip Transfer 1,450 1,450
Gold Seat  + Round Trip Transfer 1,550 1,550
Platinum Seat + Round Trip Transfer 1,650 1,650
Silver Seat + Buffet Dinner 1,450 1,350
Gold Seat  + Buffet Dinner 1,650 1,450
Platinum Seat  + Buffet Dinner 1,650 1,550
Silver Seat  + Dinner + Round Trip Transfer 1,650 1,550 
Gold Seat + Dinner + Round Trip Transfer 1,750 1,650
Platinum Seat + Dinner + Round Trip Transfer                   1,850 1,750



6:00 p.m. - Buffet dinner in the restaurant.
8:30 p.m. - The start of the show.
9:50 p.m. - The end of the show. After transfer you back to hotel

Remark: The show is available every day Except Tuesday.



Act 1: tells about simple everyday life of ordinary people in the village, agriculture and rice growing in Thailand, about the role of 
Chinese merchants in the process of product exchange. King and Queen worship Buddha’s relics.

Act 2: The law of Karma. Thai traditions and believes.

Act 3: Theme festival devoted to colorful and bright holidays - Songkran, Loy Krathong, Phitakhon Ghost Parade.


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