If it is the authentic taste of Turkey you are looking for, then you need look no further. The Turkish Night in Bodrum offers you its true representation of the sensual culture of Turkey. From the palate, where you will enjoy traditional Turkish food, freshly prepared for the evening, to the sounds of an original Fasil orchestra and singer, or the visual feast of folklore Turkish dance with its colourful national costumes and musical ambience. You will be picked up by air conditioned comfortable vehicle to a place where all this awaits you.
When you arrive you will be greeted by your host and taken to your seating. Sumptuous traditional, comfortable floor cushions surround your table for the evening, where you will be served Turkish coffee as an appetiser. If you are a coffee lover and you have never tasted Turkish coffee before, your taste buds will thank you later. Served in very small cups, it can be drunk with sugar or without, with milk or without, leaving the strong dark muddy powder at the base of your cup.
The size of the cups may only offer you a few sips, but they will be unforgettable and it wont be long before you are ordering a Turkish coffee again. Whatever your preference, once you have tasted Turkish coffee, no other coffee will ever taste as good again. You will also be delighted by the taste of the Turkish kitchen, from cold and smoked meats, Sultan Spring Rolls to the delicious Shish kebabs and Sea Bass, the food will amaze your eyes and taste buds alike.
There will be various salads for your table too, you really should try the variety of pickled vegetables prevalent throughout Turkey and known as ‘Tursu’. These vary from region to region, but the taste is distinctively Turkish and distinctively delicious!
All of this with a background of the Fasil orchestra and singer, giving the ambience of a true Turkish night at the Sultans palace.
When your meal is finished the dancing will begin. The visual treat of folklore dancers from almost every region of Turkey will help you to understand the history of this delightful country. And what Turkish night would be complete without a belly dancer? You may even get the chance to have a go at shaking those hips for yourself!
In 2024, price of Bodrum Turkish Night Show is 60 € for adults, 40 € for children between 7 – 12 years old, free for children under 6 years old.
Your evening begins at approximately 20:00 with pick up from your Bodrum hotel in comfortable, air conditioned transport. Once you arrive at the Turkish night venue, you will be welcomed with Turkish coffee.
Your meal which consists of several courses will be served, accompanied by a traditional orchestra and singer. Folklore and dance show begins towards the end of your evening mean and continues right through to the end of the evening.
Once you have eaten your fill and danced it off the evening will draw to a close and at midnight your driver will be waiting to take you back to your Bodrum hotel.
Cost of Bodrum Turkish Night Show is .. € per adult, .. € for children between 7 – 12 years old and free for children under 6 years old.
Very young children may not be interested in the folklore or dancing, but for adults and older children this is an ideal way to discover true Turkey. The meal is family friendly and ideal for groups or singles, or families with older children. Turkish Night is a great ‘date night’ for parents if they have a babysitter to hand.
Your transfer from and to your hotel is included in the price of your ticket, along with your meal and entertainment throughout the evening. You will also be served local drinks, which will include beer, wine and soft drinks. Of course, insurance is also covered.
Any personal expenditure you may wish to make e.g. other drinks, such as imported soft drinks and spirits.
Several nights a week throughout the summer season and sometimes late into the autumn and early in the spring.
Do bring some money for any expenses, other than listed in the inclusion list.
Why not bring your camera or mobile phone in order to catch those amazing moments you would not want to miss? This is a colourful show with so much to see, and sometimes audience participation cries out for a camera lens!
Bring a jacket or sweater if it is late in the season, for those colder evenings.