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Ao Nang Krabi Thai Boxing Stadium, Ao Nang

(2.9/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went to see a fight here, and i was just amaized. This is great place for all the Muy Thai lovers and awesome place where they can train you while you vacation in Krabi  more »
  • Went there on the 9th April, we bought the tickets at the tour agency on the day before. There are two type ticket 1500bth and 1200bth, the 1500 bht ticket is the vip ticket , your seat is ring side w...  more »
  • I went to Thai boxing at Krabi Ao Nang Stadium. Look for the commercial car which drives around the city announcing the next day of matches. I bought the ticket at one of the tourist offices. The boxi...  more »
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  • I totally dislike the sense of aggression and fights, but I give 5 stars. Even at a very steep price (1200b) we had lots of fun and I treat it as a very authentic experience. Fights themselves are brutal!
  • I spent 3 months at this training camp, had the best time of my life. Teachers are great and what a better experience than to train and eat with the locals. They gave me full training and I even competed in the ring at the stadium infront of a crowd of about 2000 people. They treated me like family and I miss this place a lot. I'll defiantly be returning and will keep this place in my heart forever!!
  • "Nine fights on Friday night at 9!" Nothing beats the entire experience of hailing the shuttle off the street, eating delicious hotpot/hot plate buffet (which came free with the tickets), and watching muay thai in Thailand! We paid 1500baht for the ring side seats which were advertised as "comfortable sofa chairs". They're more like beaten-down leather couches, but still good enough. The night started off with teens, then progressed to adults, and ended with children in rings. The teens and adults have amazing techniques in fighting. Some fights were more exciting than others, but that's the case every where. It was too brutal watching little kids fighting each other so we simply left before the last 2 fights ended.
  • Price is a bit high for the number of fights we saw but still had a great time. I assume the money goes to support the Muay Thai community so I don't mind paying to support the local martial arts and culture. Go a bit early, or skip the first few fights as those are usually teens with the better fight happening last, and go for the free hot plate/hotpot buffet across the street to get your money's worth.
  • Total scam! Tourists are lured to the arena with the misleading idea that there are some championship fights happening, when in fact it's amateur children & teen boxers in the ring. Tickets are an outrageous 1200-1500 baht each and the arena is completely run-down (my boyfriend and I had to try 5 different seats until we found ones that were half decent; all chairs were LITERALLY falling apart... Unless you opted for the more expensive pleather sofas ring-side). As soon as the bell, indicating the start of the first match, rang, the arena flooded with locals who come in a side door for free... They filled the lower section and our view was compromised. The fights were long and drawn out with not much action. The arena was muggy and hot with tons of flies, no AC to say the least. We stayed for half the fights before deciding that no matter how long we stayed, we still wouldn't feel like we got our money's worth. Because we were leaving early, we were not eligible for a shuttle ride, and the tuk-tuks had inflated Muay Thai fight night prices, so we ended up walking back to our hotel, which was sadly the most satisfying part of our night. I would not recommend this event to anyone, especially considering you can pay almost the same price to go to a live UFC fight back home!