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It was a great but also bit scary experience to see real muay thai fights so close!! We were about 10 meters away from them, and the best, it was for free! Channel 7 wants a full stadium so there is no entrance to pay....More
Just about to spend 2500baht on a Rajadamnern even where they wouldnt even let us know who was fighting then spotted that channel 7 stadium has free fights every Sunday. We went and were not let down... Thais and farrangs mixing and enjoying the highest...More
Firstly, its free and seen as Lumpini cost about £100 as a tourist, if you're here on a Sunday, it's defiantly worth it. Equally as loud, you still get "the band" and everyone screaming. Still get all the shouting the odds as the Thai's frantically...More
Channel 7 Stadium in Bangkok is one of the more popular venue for Muay Thai fights in Bangkok, with the others such as Rajadamnern and Lumpinee stadiums. The stadium itself is actually a TV studio, with a boxing ring in the middle.
We came on...More
I went to watch the fights with my father in law and absolutely enjoyed the adrenaline packed experience. They offer free fights to the public every sunday. We got there an hour and a half before the fights to make sure we had good seating...More
Got there too late for anything but standing room. Place was packed. Maybe 2000 people in a very small space. Crowd was fine. No problem and any seat is a good one. Saw a couple pretty entertaining fights and left early. Because the only exit...More
This place just has the 'wow factor'! It's mostly Thais in the crowd and the place is packed, and they create the most amazing atmosphere with their support of the fighters and the betting of course! This is just the real deal.....check on time though...More
They have Muay Thai fights every Sunday afternoon. At least this Sunday fight also came live on tv as well. They have dedicated section for tourists and they didn't allow non-locals another sections. The house fully packed so come early - I'd recommend 1h before....More
This place is a must if you want to experience the real Muay Thai experience. The place is free but you will need so patience to get inside and wait before the fights starts.
My advice is to get there early and take the last...More
Every weekend, thousands of tourists make their way up to this Northern Bangkok suburb to get lost in an enormous maze of shops at the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Home to almost 10,000 vendors, you’ll find everything from vintage sneakers to comic books and Thai handicrafts being sold here. You name it, Chatuchack probably sells it. The market is a great place to pick up souvenirs, but be sure to bargain for
a good price. After a day of shopping and strolling around, the lush green lanes of Chatuchak Park are a welcome relief.
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Typically Sunday at 4 but that could change if there is some special event or something. Get there at least TWO HOURS early for a good seat. Show up at least an hour early to insure there is enough space left for you... More
Typically Sunday at 4 but that could change if there is some special event or something. Get there at least TWO HOURS early for a good seat. Show up at least an hour early to insure there is enough space left for you spectate in any manner (seated or standing).