C B L United Kingdom
Well organised, dancing was great and it was nice to be given background information about it.
This was just ok. The large room was filled with tourists from just about everywhere around the world and the food served to us was fairly basic. The dancing was just passable and the entertainers appeared not to be enjoying themselves. Each act did not start until a long set of announcements in Thai, French, English and other languages were completed. It was a fairly disappointing evening for me. I was there solo, and was put on a very long table on my own which was quite embarrassing.
Robert V United Kingdom
This something definitely laid on for the tourists. Entertainment was OK but the food was fairly standard. As with any massed catering for such events some of the dishes arrived cold. Drinks, bought seperately were leaning towards expensive. I am convinved that their must be better events of this type in Bangkok. It was cheap and I guess you get what you pay for!
The cultural part of this tour was good. The Thai dinner was POOR!!! Pick up and return to hotel excellent.
This place was a tourist trap. Don't do it. Indra regent has an equally priced dinner and show at their sala thai that is more intimate, better food and less touristy. The food wasnt all that great. The dancers costumes were beautiful but you had to pay for a photo with them.
Food was ok but the entertainment was a bit boring-not worth over-all money spent.
Louise M United Kingdom
Nice to see some traditional dance but I felt it was very repetitive and unless you like Thai cuisine you will go hungry.
The Thai dance show was nice, but the food was way below what we expected. Extremely plain, almost tasteless. Drinks are not included at all. The Thai boxing presentation seemed like a comedy skit.
Mark T USA
These "tours" spend a lot of time taking you to places "on the way" in order to sell you things tourist traps. I wish they would get to the where we want to go and see only what we want to. It was still pleasant though.
We actually enjoyed the food, needless to say we were tired as this was our first night in Bangkok after flying for 21 hours. We thought the room where the dinner & dance show took place was very noisy, as so many people attended. Since we ate while the show went on, from where we were sitting, we could not always see the scene, being obstructed from waiters & people going back & forth, so we lost interest after a while missing out either on the show or on the food, being annoyed with having to stretch our neck trying to catch the show, note that we were sitting on the floor, the Thai way, not quite comfortable, but that was expected.
Helen D Australia
The food was ordinary, and the staff seemed rushed and unfriendly.
Christine W United Kingdom
It would have been nice to have a tour guide explaining the dances and food being eaten, but it was an enjoyable evening all the same.
Wee S Singapore
The food wasn't spicy enough to be truly Thai. That said the cultural show was authentic and worth seeing.
Expected more, photography wasn't great and the food was nice but simple.
Very Disappointed. Seats are uncomfortable. The meal was disappointing and they charge extra for all the drinks including water (other than tea served at the end). The service was very lousy, they kept forgetting our table. Dancers were beautiful but the entire show was boring. The transportation service was fine, but the dinner and show are not worth the long ride.
Very ordinary show. Food only fair at best. Overal not recommended. At the same place they had a Ladyboy show that seemed to be packed out.
Danny I Japan
First of all thought it was some kind of outside presentation as we saw in Bali recently. Instead, it was a dark, not good smelling place at all. When we arrived it was closed then after sometime someone appeared to open the door, just like that. No attention at all even later when we got inside. Left about 45 minutes later, could not wait for dinner and dancing, waste of time!