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Channel 7 Boxing Stadium

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JoAnna B wrote a review Dec 2019
61 contributions36 helpful votes
This was awesome! Watching the fight was free which is awesome. The "standing" section is metal bleachers, you can sit but once the action starts everyone is on their feet. It was a neat experience to watch the matches but also to be among the locals betting on each match. There is a dress code in effect, no short, and collared shirts. They have vendors selling/renting outside the stadium if you're not prepared (unsure of the cost tho as we were dressed appropriately). We arrived an hour early and it was already pretty full, so make sure to get there early! Also it's air conditioned
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Kim T wrote a review Dec 2019
Dublin, California28 contributions7 helpful votes
1. Wear polo shirts or button down shirt. Pants and closed toe shoes like sneakers.no hats. I saw a few women get away with nice blouses. I was in a loose tshirt and had to go buy an ugly 10 dollar polo across the st. #touristmistake but souvenir for someone 2. If you look directly to your right of stadium after you have been turned around to dress correctly, some vendors have cheap used shirts for 50 baht (1.65usd) 3. No food or drinks inside. I was allowed to bring my double wall thermos, but i didnt dare take it out during. 4. Bag security check before entering. Luckily they didn't see my bag of pork I had but i felt men got searched harder 5. Get there about 30 min before to get seats. Tourists get put in same section bc the betting happens in the locals section. 6. Be prepared for butt muscle cramps, those seats are awful. 7. Pay extra if you want to sit in their VIP comfy seats. I heard about 400 baht ($13 US) 8. Street food and 7/11 across the way. Vending machines just inside gatw. We left after 2 fights, great experience just was uncomfy w the seat situation
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Tannia N wrote a review Nov 2019
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania11 contributions2 helpful votes
I am not a boxing fan, but my husband is, and we both had a blast at Channel 7 boxing stadium. It is a true cultural experience. HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR GOING: First, I recommend spending a couple hours at Chatuchak Weekend Market prior to the match. Second, make sure to wear long pants and men must wear a polo shirt (or else they make you buy one for like 100 Baht). Third, we got there around 2pm for 2:30pm start time and it was so crowded we ended up paying extra to sit in a special area... get there a little earlier and it is free! Fourth, look up Muay Thai rules if you are not familiar with the sport as it will make much more sense. Fifth, enjoy the local experience!! We watched 4 matches which took about 1.5hrs.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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flutterby_dee wrote a review Nov 2019
26 contributions8 helpful votes
I am not interested in boxing or martial arts, but went along to this after reading about the overall atmosphere (plus it's free!). It really is a wonderful spectacle, and the energy in the room is not something I've witnessed elsewhere. The whole environment with the betting gestures, the sponsors and the crowd in general make it a worthwhile experience. Be sure to heed what other commenters have said about the dress code, which was being strictly enforced (at least for foreigners) on my visit - collared shirt and enclosed shoes required. I stayed for 4 fights, which was about 1 hour 40 minutes. Is very close to Chatuchak Market, so I went there first to shop and have lunch before heading to the studio for 1 pm - it gets crowded very quickly, so I recommend being there on time.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Niv T wrote a review Sep 2019
Siem Reap, Cambodia18 contributions
This was a great experience and cost nothing. Just make sure u have long pants and a colored shirt. Best to get there early for good seats.. the fights were legit and well worth seeing.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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