Sunday, May 15, 2011


Greg and I went to the Siam Nimarit show. It was absolutely gorgeous. The costumes and artful dance were amazing. At one point the spotlight shown on Greg and 2 beautifully costumed girls came and escorted Greg to the stage. He was given a hat and a bamboo instrument. I was surprised that Greg actually kept in tune and played the songs without a glitch. After his performance he was given a Hill Tribe Patterned Scarf.

**Greg insisted on wearing his prescription sunglasses instead of his regular eye glasses, I told him they probably picked him because they thought he was either blind or Don Johnson from his Miami Vice days. I am also pretty sure Greg was sleeping during the show , cause I had to shake him to let him know the light was shinning on him. Greg will ofcourse deny it.****

we were not allowed to have cameras in the show so no photos

Siam Niramit is a world-class performance of Thailand's arts and cultural heritage. Set in the heart of Bangkok affording convenient access
by MRT subway and major thoroughfares, this must-see spectacular is performed on the gigantic stage now listed in the Guinness World Records, featuring over 150 performers with as many as 500 costumes. On top of this, enhanced special effects with the world's most advanced technology are used to produce a stimulating, very realistic and inspiring experience. This is a Journey to the Enchanted Kingdom of Thailand that no one can miss.
US$ 40 Million
Theatre Capacity
2,000 seats
Stage Dimension (metre)
width 65 metre depth 40 metreproscenium height 12 metre
150 actors and actresses
Stage Crew & Technicians
Over 100 persons
Over 500 units
102 units
5:30 pm. - 10:00 pm.
8:00 pm. daily
Show Duration
80 minutes (8:00 pm. - 9:30 pm.)
Ticket Price
1,500 Baht / person (Golden Seat 2,000 Baht)
Buffet Dinner
350 Baht
10 acres
450 cars

The Bamboo instrument in the right upper corner of the picture is the one
Greg played. I do not now what its called.

This lovely lady was actually playing in the lobby of the Sheraton Hotel.

The music and the way she danced with her hands as she played were so graceful. It was an art form.

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