This 80 minutes show will take you back to the past to witness over seven centuries old diverse culture of this amazing civilization.
With 150 performers, real Elephants and goats will give a world-class entertainment.
For over seven centuries, Siam has been home to diverse cultures, a cross-road where civilizations meet.
The King and Queen lead a procession to worship relics of the Lord Buddha. They release a ceremonial lantern then the royal guards perform a display of swordsmanship.
In the south, Thai Buddhist and Muslim cultures blend harmoniously. Chinese merchants arrive from across the seas to barter goods.
Villagers celebrate the religious festival in front of the sacred temple. Suddenly, an ancient and revered Khmer temple appears before their eyes. Apsara (angels) magically come to life.
The peasants live a simple life, cultivating rice in the fertile soil of the Central Plains. Life in the palace, in contrast, is very grand, as Western ambassadors arrive to discuss foreign relations. Witness the magnificent procession of royal barges.
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.
Fiery Hell, where the flames are fuelled by peoples sins, is ruled by Phrayom, King of Hell. He ensures that the condemned souls receive the 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 and adulterers must climb a tree bristling with sharp thorn.
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 Naree pon (beautiful girls born from trees as fruit). In this scene you will see Mekhala & Ramasoon, demi-gods who are believed, in Thai mythology, to be the progenitors of lightning and thunder.
Heaven, where Indra, the greatest deity of all, presides. Angels perform an elegant aerial dance.
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 colorful and joyful celebration, for example, Ordination Ceremonies, Songkran, the Phitakhon Ghost Parade, Loy Krathong.