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Khao Lak Muay Thai is a small boxing Gym which is located next to the Stadium behind the Bang Niang freshmarket.Here you can train with former Ratchadamnoen and WBU boxing champion Surachai Saengmorakot.Training is for every skill level. You can...more
Decided to have a night at the local Muay thai stadium after being handed a leaflet in town. 1300 bht for a ringside seat .Entered thinking it would be stage managed and could not be more wrong. Full blown Armageddon 7 bouts one stopped three...More
We have visited Khao Lak for 3 years now and have enjoyed a couple of nights at the Muay Thai. Yes it is a little ‘rustic’ but that is what adds to the experience. It is authentic, not a tourist attraction but a local Friday...More
Seems an authentic Thai experience and I would recommend going for that reason but don't expect too much. Of the 7 matches I saw only 1 was with adults. It was nice to see the boxers do the whole Muay Thai ceremony and the venue...More
My girlfriend bought us tickets for my birthday, we had a great evening.
The atmosphere is very family friendly, the fights are good quality.
It starts at 9 and finishes at 11pm, we had dinner at the local market beforehand (Build Market, a hidden gem...More
As a fan of combat sports, I seen advertising for fight nights on Friday nights at Khao Lak Muay Thai and thought I'd give it a go. Considering Muay Thai is close to a religion in Thailand, it was an impressive and almost beautiful thing...More
My girlfriend and I had a great night at the stadium ! The fights happen every Friday night from 9pm onwards and you can purchase tickets on the door. The ticket prices are 1000 THB for grandstand seats (on a bench), 1300 THB for ringside...More
Whilst in Thailand the wife and I thought none other than to find some Thai boxing.
Although not very well advertised, the locals, taxi drivers and waiters/waitresses were quick to let you know what was on and when.
The khao lak stadium, home to Thai...More