07 Sep 2013, 10:48 am
Every Indian is born and brought up with the epic story of The Ramayana as a part of their cultural heritage. Let The Sukhothai Bangkok host your stay while you enjoy the mythological extravaganza of The Ramayana at the 2013 Bangkok Music and Dance festival.
In Thai literature, the Ramayana story is called Ramakien and its earliest echoes date back to the 13th century. At that time it was staged in the form of shadow puppet plays and dances, which came originally from Java and Cambodia. The story is similar to Valmiki's text, which he wrote in the 4th century in India. During the past 200 years nine kings of Thailand have been named Rama, and for 400 years the capital of Thailand was named Ayutthaya (Ayodhya), after Rama's kingdom in the epic. The Ramayana show will be held at the Thailand Cultural Center, Bangkok on . Book your tickets at http://www.
The Sukhothai Bangkok, being at the centre of the city, provides a perfect base for exploring Bangkok’s historical and cultural cities within walking distance of the embassies and the shopping malls. The property itself is inspired by the ancient city of Sukhothai, giving a mythical feel. Some of the city’s finest dining options are available in the form of award winning restaurants; Celadon and La Scala. There is also a Spa Botanica, swimming pool and a gym with squash and tennis courts for complete relaxation.
Make your booking now for this once in a lifetime occasion and take advantage of advance packages at The Sukhothai Bangkok.
Book your room in advance and enjoy a 10% reduction on the Best Available Rate, including accommodation in a well-appointed guest room or suite of your choice and the personalized service that sets The Sukhothai Bangkok as a place apart.
- 10% discount on our Best Available Rate
- Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access up to 512 Kbps is available throughout the hotel. Premium hi-speed access is also available for a maximum of 4 devices at an additional charge of THB 642 (INR 1305 approx.) net per 24-hour access
- Local English Newspaper
- Daily use of Health Club facilities and Pool
- Reservation must be made at least 3 day before arrival
*Terms and conditions are applicable to the package. The package does not include flights.
More information on current deals and offers is available on www.sukhothai.com
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