Take in a Thai boxing match from a ringside seat and cheer loudly for your favorite Muay Thai fighter. In this ancient art of fighting, boxers are allowed to use elbows, knees, legs, and feet. This is sure to be a memorable Sunday afternoon in Bangkok!
What to Expect
Muay Thai, or Thai boxing, is a martial art form that has been around for more than 800 years and was traditionally used for combat purposes during times of war.
Today, Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand and is loved by millions of Thai citizens and fans across the globe.
You’ll meet your guide on Sunday at 12:00 at the Mo Chit Sky Train station, Exit 4 (on sky train station). From there you'll take a taxi or tuk-tuk (auto-rickshaw) to the boxing stadium to enjoy a great afternoon of fighting. Afterwards, you’ll return to the same BTS station by taxi or tuk-tuk at around 15:00.
Muay Thai is a powerful fighting form that was one of the many martial arts studied by Bruce Lee. Today it is learned by nearly all of the leading UFC and mixed martial arts fighters.
- English-speaking guide
- Admission fee
- Local transportation
What's Not Included
- Personal expenses
- Hotel accommodation
- Air ticket
- Tips for guide and driver
- 3rd language-speaking guide (additional charge of THB 700 per day)
- Private car
- Expressway fee
BTS Sky Train at Mor Chit station, Exit 4 on sky train station