Lumpini Boxing Stadium
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- 98%Local Culture
- 75%Nightlife Lovers
- 51%Adventure Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (12)
- Lumpini Boxing StadiumMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Nov 23, 2013
One of Bangkok's major sights -- and as popular with locals as it is with tourists (probably more so). A good evening entertainment option as matches run late. Be ready to see blood. If it doesn't ruin your appetite, Le Cafe Siam makes for a good nearby dining option before / after a match.
- Lumpini Boxing StadiumMember ofNightlife LoversLocal CultureFoodies+ 3First to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Come here to watch the national sport of Thailand, Muay Thai boxing. A violent blend of punching and kicking. A really unique cultural experience that should not be missed. You will be surrounded by gambling Thais who cheer on every punch.
- Lumpini Boxing StadiumMember ofNightlife LoversLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6Feb 05, 2014
A great place to watch Thailand's sport Muay Thai. We bought the ringside tickets for about 2000 Baht, I think they prefer foreigners to buy these tickets instead of the tickets higher up. Although these tickets were more money it was a good experience because we got to take picture with the winner of the main event as well as ring side service for snacks and beer. We learned when we were there that this place is closing and moving to a new location…
- Lumpini Boxing StadiumMember ofNightlife LoversLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6Jul 05, 2012
If you want an excitement of a Muay Thai boxing, which I think everyone should at least experience it, this is the place to be. First time I was in Bangkok back in 2002, I saw a fight here and was quite intrigued by it. Next for me is to see a Sumo fight in Japan, on my bucket list.
- Lumpini Boxing StadiumMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory BuffsOct 22, 2013
One of the must do things on Your list when in Thailand should be a visite to a muy Thai bozig gala. In Bangkok there is only one place to go and that is lumpini stadium.
As a falang (foreigner) you pay top prices but you will get ringside seats and souvenirs for that money. A typical night consists of eight to ten matches from beginners up to local champions.
You can either go by yourself, the place is easy to find and tickets are not hard to get. Or you can get a guide to bring you there by car, stay the whole evening with you, explain everything for you, arrange drinks and get a photo from you with the champ. And all that for a very modest fee. I want for the guide part and was very happy with it.
- Lumpini Boxing StadiumJan 07, 2013
Même si vous n'etes pas attirés par les sports de combat, c'est un passage obligé à Bangkok : Le Lumpini Stadium est LE TEMPLE de la box thaî.
Allez vous immerger dans cette ambiance de sueur, de cris, d'espoirs, de douleurs, de paris, d'excès! Une autre panète.
- Lumpini Boxing StadiumJul 05, 2012
The epicenter of Muy Thai Boxing in Bangkok, but also a large tourist attraction because of its notoriety. Watch a match there and place some bets.
The time I went, it appeared the match was fixed when it ended abruptly which led to a crazy and unruly departure out of the stadium with a lot of angry fans and confused onlookers.
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Aliases: Lumpinee Boxing Stadium