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SIAM  NIRAMIT

World Class Spectacular

Unseen Holiday in Bangkok

 

Siam Niramit is set on a site of 10 acres and, in addition to the theater, comprises a quaint Thai Village set on a canal, bringing to life the traditional lifestyles, arts and crafts of the four regions of the Kingdom. A delicious Thai-Western buffet is served at three dining rooms with seating for 1000, and there is also enjoyable Outdoor Entertainment. A number of Souvenir Shops offer beautiful handicrafts and keepsakes from around

SIAM NIRAMIT   

 

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For Personal Assistant guide service contact us at
Exec tours Bangkok-PA 

Here is a link to
Longdo Map of the venue (includes link to their website)

I  recently took some clients there. They were very enjoy their smile and know how they are curious to learn Thai culture.

 

 

 

Siamniramit

Investment

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US$ 40 Million

Theatre Capacity

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2,000 seats

Stage Dimension (metre)

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width 65 metre
depth 40 metre
proscenium height 12 metre

Performers

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150 actors and actresses

Stage Crew & Technicians

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Over 100 persons

Costumes

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Over 500 units

Sets

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102 units

Open

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5:30 pm. - 10:00 pm.

Showtime

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8:00 pm. daily

Show Duration

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80 minutes (8:00 pm. - 9:30 pm.)

Area

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 10 acres

Parking

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 450 cars

 

 

 


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Journey Back into 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.

Scene 2:
The SouthSea.....Traders from Overseas.  

Scene 3:
Issan.....Heritage of the Khmer Civilization.

Scene 4:
The Central Plains - Ayutthaya, the Mighty Capital.

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Journey Beyond Imagination: The Three Worlds: Hell, HimapaanForest and Heaven

Despite the diverse cultures and livelihood, Thai people are all bound by 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 : 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
The grand procession of LannaKingdom in the North.The colourful livelihood at the Southern peninsular where overseas traders blended in with the locals.
The ancient empire of Khmer where the cheerful Northeastern folks blend song and dance into the work of their daily life.
The Kingdom of Ayutthaya, a the heart of the fertile land of Chao Phaya basin, that built farmers of all kinds and brave men of all times.

Scene 2 : Journey Beyond Imagination
Despite the diverse cultures and livelihood, Thai people are all bound by common belief in 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.
Hell, depicts the souls whose former lives were indulged in greed, anger, and lust.
HimapaanForest, the boundary between human world and heaven, where mythical creatures exist.
Paradise, home of heavenly beings all form a chorus of celestial dance praising the principle God ; Lord Indra

Scene 3 : Journey Through Joyous Festivals  
Believing that to go to Heaven, one must gather merit in their present life. In this final act Siam Niramit will take you to enjoy all year round of merit making festivals, which combine religious ceremony with colourful and joyful celebration.


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Journey Through Joyous Festivals

Buddhists believe that to go to heaven, one must gather merit on earth. Thus, Thai culture is full of a wide variety of merit-making festivals, which combine religious ceremony with joyful celebrations. For example, Ordination, Song Kran, Phi Dtaa Khon, and Loy Krathong.

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Noe have a "E" Booklet on display (it's Thai Language) but the Pic tell the story

http://issuu.com/auswathai/docs/brochure_siam_niramit_2011-02/1



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