February 9, 2005
Before the grand show, you can have dinner in the buffet restaurant, which offers Thai as well as European food. It is all good! If you are not too keen on eating, you can walk around the complex and browse souvenir stands or catch a glimpse of performances by national musicians and dancers on smaller stages around the complex. But save yourself for the grand show. There is no chance to miss it—everything else will be closed for that moment, and the doors of the theatre are opened right after the fireworks. And the show itself... well, it is just marvellous...
From journal Vacation in Thailand - Land of Controversies