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1. Posted by m4rty (Budding Member 12 posts) 10y

Hi guys,

Myself and two other fellas are landing in Bangkok early oct and are looking to see some kickboxing.. does anybody have any idea on where? when? how much? or any other experiences relating this topic they would like to share?

thanks

2. Posted by karazyal (Travel Guru 1652 posts) 10y

Quoting m4rty

Hi guys,

Myself and two other fellas are landing in Bangkok early oct and are looking to see some kickboxing.. does anybody have any idea on where? when? how much? or any other experiences relating this topic they would like to share?

thanks

A couple places for Muaythai that I came across were in Pattaya. I also remember a ring set up off Pattaya 2nd street a couple years ago near Soi Diana.

Here is is an e-mail addresse and telephone numbers you can check out.

Thai Boxing: Sitpholek Institute of Muaythai Techniques: -snip- Located between North Pattaya Road and Pattaya Klang. tel 06-561-0838.

Yodthong Senanan Thai Boxing Camp: (Nongprue tel. 0-384-9018.)

Google up Muaythai, Bangkok/Thailand for some more info.

[ Edit: Sorry please use the PM function to send on details ]

3. Posted by ibuwoo (First Time Poster 1 posts) 10y

Lumphini Park hosts a kick boxing stadium. This is a 5 minute tuk-tuk ride from the centre if the city. This park is a great place for all sorts of activities during the day and at night, it comes alive with a great market where, if you're devotee of kick boxing, you can buy the kick boxing shorts worn by the real deal fighters.
I didn't attend a fight,but from the look of the numbers attending, I would recommend you get there early.

4. Posted by Myake (Budding Member 2 posts) 10y

Ratchadamnoen Stadium on saturday night is a 'not to miss'!

5. Posted by draggons (Full Member 113 posts) 10y

Wife & I go into Lumphini stadium Tuesday & Saturday nights for the fights. Usually about 8 bouts & a good atmosphere in the place. Ring side seats for farangs 2000baht but you're better off in the cheap seats with the crowd. Don't bet with the locals, they'll win.
The fighting down in Pattaya on walking St is for the tourists & c**p.