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Bangla Boxing Stadium, Patong
(3.7/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
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  • Paid THB 1700 per pax for 8 fights which lasted around 3 hours. You can't bring food and drinks inside the boxing stadium. The drinks are relatively inexpensive - thb 80 for a can of coke and thb 150 ...  more »
  • for all those who love the sport of fighting should at least there was once the atmosphere and smells you stick skin
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  • If you have never seen a Muay Thai fight then this is a MUST stop. Thai Boxing is the national sport of Thailand and is the home of some of the best fighters in the world. The tickets will range betwe...  more »
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  • Attended to the 'championship' fights on 16 Nov '16 (Wednesday). One star is only because it started from a three-round full contact fight between kids of 10+ age -- not something I can support as being mentally healthy for this age. There were 7 further fights out of the total of 9 promised. One fight was between females, the others were between men of, intuitively, from 18 to 35 (Asians and Georgians, there was one black man). All fights were full-contact. There was some blood, real hits and kicks, knockdowns and knockouts. For an amateur like me, there were perhaps 3 overall breathtaking fights (in the middle and closer to the end of the performance). The 'championship' lasted for 2.5 hours (9 pm to 11.30pm). During the performance, people were offered alcoholic and soft drinks (at additional cost)and were encouraged to bet. Practical tips: (1) There are 3 price categories for tickets. Buy the middle one: It'd give you perhaps the best viewing angle, and you'd avoid fighters' sweat and nose shots in case of the most expensive seating; and (2) Come at least 20 mins before start to select the best seats.
  • More like circus minimus. But then for me no sport. Only mutually agreed beatings. The air is very bad but maybe that has to be. Sweat and piss aroma.
  • Came on a fight night and was not disappointed. Make sure to arrive a few minutes early for good seats as it fills up quickly. There are a few rounds of fights with a match between kids starting things off, then a few bigger and bigger fights. Definitely the real deal, saw quite a few KOs.
  • Save a night in Phuket to watch Thai boxing LIVE, it's a fun experience!
  • 1700 baht per person. I think it is worth going and see thai style boxing.