Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Thailand and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Royal Thai and Provincial governments, Old Chiangmai Cultural Center has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
The Old Chiangmai Cultural Center is a great place to come to learn more about Thailand’s rich culture.
With musical performances, cultural dance and authentic Thai Cuisine, the Old Chiangmai Cultural Center is where you can come and enjoy the ancient Lanna culture of Northern Thailand.
Old Chiangmai Cultural Center Khantoke Dinner Price & Time, Thailand
If coming for the Khantoke Dinner Show, you are able to select from two seating options: floor, which is close to the stage and cushions are provided; or chair, where you will be seated at a chair and table a little further back from the stage. You will be served food throughout the show and refills are offered, so no-one will leave hungry!
Types of food include Burmese pork curry (Hin-Lay), green chilli paste, minced pork in tomato-chilli paste, crispy fried pork skin, fresh vegetables, stir-fried mixed vegetables, sweet crispy noodles, fried pumpkin, fried chicken, fresh fruit and a choice of tea or coffee. Alcoholic beverages are not included in the price, so make sure to bring some cash if you would like to enjoy a beer or spirits during the show.
The show typically starts at 8pm and lasts for around 1 hour, but visitors should get there by around 7pm in order to eat dinner before the show.
There is also a small night market right near the Cultural Center which you can enjoy after the show. Purchase a range of souvenirs or hand-crafted items here.
The Center is located just 1.5kms south from the south gate of the old city. A songthaew (red truck) can take you here for 20 THB per person.