Traditional Thai dance is both graceful and elegant and takes several distinct forms. From the different types of dance to the costumes and more, here is a brief history and the basics of traditional Thai dance.
Traditional Thai dance is a combination of graceful body movements in addition to elaborate costumes and music. There are a total of six different forms of Thai dance: the khon, li-khe, ram wong, shadow puppetry, lakhon lek, and lakhon. One of the most distinctive aspects of this Thai art form is the costumes worn by the performers. Though the quality of the designs have gradually declined since its beginnings some centuries ago, the outfits still remain stunning and elaborate.
There may be many reasons why foreigners love Thailand and why they return to Thailand after having already visited; instead of exploring somewhere new. One of the reasons most definitely is Thai culture. Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok, as a result, has created a special Thai dance class for all guests who are Thai culture lovers to experience!
Now you can explore traditional Thai dance for free every Friday. The elegant and slow movement that characterizes traditional Thai dance is unique and enchanting. Learn to dance like a Thai with us now!
Thai dance class takes place from 3.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. every Friday on the 4th Floor (Tower 2), Pool Area. It requires 3 days advanced registration at Front Desk.
For more information, please call 02 6720200