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Rajadamnern stadium became Thailand national heritage along with the sport of Muay Thai. We are located on the legendary and historical avenue of Bangkok : which surrounded by famous tourist attraction and landmark
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This is the Temple of Muay Thai and the night was nothing short of spectacular. While the locals go there for the sport, I do not know anything about the sport and still had an amazing time. It was also sobering and humbling to see...More
This was the first time for me watching a Muay Thai Fight. I bought my ticket directly at the stadium. The woman who sold the tickets wanted me to buy the club class Ticket for 1900 Baht, but I told her I want the other...More
We made last minute reservation for Thai Boxing and were very pleased. The Hilton concierge made our reservation and we paid for them in advance and were placed in a taxi to the venue. From Sukhumvit it is about an hour taxi ride. Upon arriving...More
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Do pay for the ringside if you can its so amazing to be immersed in the culture! The rituals and fighting all the same make it a truly original sport. Well served and bought a few twins items in the sports shop...More
I attended this venue on March 6th 2019 with my Son in Law, Daughter and friends.
The tickets were purchased (£50 each) on line (back home) Ringside seats. Although when we attended, as a group of five on the night, there were plenty of ringside...More
I'm a fan of boxing and this was the first time I had watched any combat sport in person. The atmosphere is electric from rounds 3 onward, we got to see 2 knockouts and 1 technical knockout. There is no need to get ringside seats...More
I don't watch mixed martial arts or boxing often, but when I do, I don't often think of culture or history. Watching muay thai at a boxing stadium in Thailand though, you can see how much culture bleeds into the experience (and how the cultural...More
I purchased the basic ticket, as the other choices seem a bit to much compared to basic. Also went to boxing while in Chang Mai, and this event every round was much better matched fights than Chang Mai, and more fights as well.