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Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok

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  • Was not rewarded as dashingly by taxi from Khao San Road, but only that I did not recognize the game firmly in the attentive staff of the stadium will match we saw the little. It is recommended in tight game time to make toward the local. I think without reservation the game also see tzuke uninvited on the day.
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  • Watch the fights can be an interesting cultural experience. The ceremony, traditions and all are very interesting and impressive environment. All very organized and very quiet. Worth the ride! Oh! Tip, souvenir shop does not accept card not only local currency dollar!
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  • I had a nightmare of a journey to get there, but I enjoyed some exciting Muay Thai (Thai kick-boxing) at Lumpinee Stadium on Friday evening. There are two large boxing stadiums in Bangkok -Rajadamnern...  read more »
  • A good evenings entertainment - from having a bite to eat from one of the food stalls, watching the fans enthusiastically place bets, the pre-match ritual of the fighters to the many exciting matches. The sportsmanship was impressive. The new stadium is a little out of the way, on arrival, the guys selling tickets in the green jackets in front of the ticket desks were not overly pushy, but we chose to get our 1500 bhat tickets from the counter anyway. This got us seats behind ringside ones, (so we were sat on an elevated, wide concrete ledge instead of in foldable chairs and nobody delivered our snacks and beers 😢 😉 but it's ok to fetch these from the foyer to enjoy inside). I reckon our view was better than ringside. Only downside was those seats did not afford us photo ops with the fighters after their fights. The return taxi trip to the city was 300 bhat.
  • You can enjoy watching Thailand traditional Muay Thai there. Isinde the stadium is quite cold so you should prepare long sleeve clothes.
  • Top notch fights. Went to a Saturday 8:30pm event and they were great. First few fights were inexperienced fighters so not too great but #4/5/6 were really fantastic. If you don't like boxing you won't like it though, I felt it a shame that so many people left after 3-4 fights thinking that they were going to see an action movie. 2k baht isn't cheap, but it isn't expensive for the quality of the fights.
  • Love it we Paid 2000 baht for 10 fights, ring side seats. we had a group of boys and girls and we all love the experience. the stadium is not that big so you probably don't need ringside seats if you don't want to pay that much. A must see well worth the time and money
  • You can't go to Thailand and not watch Mauy Thai. It is like going to Bali and not going to the beach... oh wait i did that. Anyway, doing Mauy Thai i was stoked for this and really enjoyed watching the sport like. It is much cheaper here to then in Phuket even though both are fun places to watch. Get a third class seat and you will get to enjoy all the grime and glitter of the night!
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