The theatre, located on the edge of the Pahutu area in the north of Chinatown, has been funded by the royal family since its opening in 1933 and is the largest and most modern theatre in Thailand. Classical dance is the essence of Thailand dance art. It has a history of about 300 years and is famous for its classical dance, especially -: Khon". The main instruments accompanied by Thai classical dance are drums, gongs, cymbals, clappers, flutes, huqin, Sheng and other folk instruments.
Must see cultural gem-Khon It is unique and the Grand Palace entry tickets get you in for a Khon performance. There is text on top explaining the story. All dances are based on stories from the Hindu epic, Ramayana. There is a nice cafe at the theater, restrooms are clean and it is a nice facility. After the show dancers cone out for pictures . There is a live orchestra and this is a unique glimpse into Thai culture-much better than dance shows at restaurants.
Grand Palace Joint Ticket Free Confucian Opera Theatre, Wo Buddha Temple not far from the Palace Exit 10 minutes later, there are also free parking stories, part of the murals of the Jade Buddha Temple, air-conditioned comfortable soft chair repertoire, about 30 minutes in the hot sun to visit the Grand Palace to rest here is also good.
Tickets for the Royal Theatre are not cheap. There are 800, 1000 and 12 baht grades. Combine animated scenes with dance scenes to make the characters disappear on the stage and then appear in the animation. The story is accompanied by the narrator's story of Thai and Siam music.