Muay Thai boxing is a graceful and hard martial art. It can get rough sometimes and it is taken very seriously by the Thai people. A Thai boxer can use his fists for a knockout or K.O., as well as his legs. Kicks can be made towards the head, body or upper legs. The so called low kicks are very effective and painful. Using this technique constantly makes the Thai boxer unable to stand on his legs. Sometimes they even have to quit the match.
Thai boxing is different compared to ‘regular boxing’ because of its clinches. When boxers hug eachother they are seperated, but in Muay Thai boxing they are allowed to hit the opponent with their knee or elbow. You can even throw your opponent on the floor.
Thai boxing fights on Koh Samui are held every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. The fights start at 21:00 in the evening and usually last for 3 hours. The main fight with the best Thai boxers is at the end of the evening. During a typical Thai boxing night you will be able to see eight to ten rounds.
You will see both foreign and Thai fighters, and the atmosphere in the arena is great. Live commentary and Thai music accompany the fighters every night. All fights are equally exciting! Chaweng stadium on Koh Samui is the newest and most centrally located. You can find it on the Chaweng beach road.
Book this tour for an action packed evening. You cannot miss this when you are in Thailand!
Bo Put, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani 84320, Thailand
Regular 1495 THB
Ringside 1995 THB
VIP 2495 THB
Every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
The fights start at 9:00 pm and usually last for 3 hours.