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If you find Muay Thai thrilling to watch on TV, then imagine seeing it right in the front row. The real fight between two highly-trained martial artists makes it famous among spectators and fighting enthusiasts. Inside the stadium, you can feel and hear the excitement of every tourist, screaming and motivating their fighters. After some time you can become a part of them unknowingly. The management is extremely friendly with the audience, and they have made the seating locations, lighting, and the sound system perfectly to watch and feel from every corner. Above all, all the fights are real, authentic, and thrilling.
Each show is given a 2-hour duration; hence, one is expected to last for 2 hours at the maximum. Each fight is made up of three rounds of three minutes each. The fighters are announced in loud voice while they’re heading towards the stage, with bright spotlights on them. Once you’ve entered the stadium, you could feel the enthusiasm and cheerfulness among visitors, who shout, roar, and cheer his/her favourite fighter throughout the show. After the show gets over, the audiences are requested to leave the stadium gradually, as the staffs need to clean the place and arrange the seating before the next show begins. Since every show is time specific, the audience cannot stay longer than the given time.
Yes. The Max Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing) is most famous for its real fight, power, speed, and aggression. That’s why it is regarded as one of the world’s best martial arts show. The fighters are categorized based on their weight and experience, from young boys to professional fighters. Here, all the participants are real-time fighters, learned martial arts from the basics, and attained mastery through a series of training and matches. Moreover, they are receiving training from professional coaches. Thus, one can say without any doubts that all the fights are real and powerful. Once the fight is over, you can meet the fighters and get autographs with them (if allowed).
In this, there are different timings followed separately on weekdays and weekends. During weekdays, from Monday to Thursday, the show starts at 18.25 pm and gets over at 20.30 pm. On every Friday, the timing is from 18.10 pm to 20.30 pm. During weekends, round 1 begins at 16.00 pm – 18.00 pm. And round 2 begins at 19.25 pm – 21.00 pm. If you’re a first-time visitor, you can go during Saturdays and Sundays and enjoy the full battle between two professional fighters. Just make sure you carry a valid ID proof just in case.
Yes. If your children is under 3.2 feet, then they can enjoy the show at free of cost. However, there are few things to keep in mind. You should book the tickets at least 24 hours prior to the show. You can display either a printed or a mobile voucher to enter to the attraction directly. The person who books the ticket and receives the confirmation mail must present a valid photo ID or passport before entering the show. The ticket is valid only on the given date and time of the program. Many martial arts enthusiasts witness the real fight and cheer on local and international fighters along with their family and children.
There is no much difference in ticket prices. The average amount for a person is 1.99$ irrespective of the age group and gender. The show duration is 2 hours, and it is the same on both weekdays and weekends. One can book the tickets well in advance and bring their family or friends to the stadium. If you have a voucher, you need to redeem it before entering the show. The voucher is applicable for that specific given date and timing.
To reach Max Muay Thai Stadium, you can take a bus from Morchit Terminal and go to Pattaya Pannipa station. The stadium is just 1 km away from central Pattaya. You can hire a private vehicle or a cab from the hotel and reach the destination easily. It hardly takes 15 – 20 minutes travel from the place of stay. If there is a pick up and drop off facility provided for the spectators, then you can avail it and have a seamless journey. Tourists mostly prefer to travel by car to visit the Max Muay Thai Stadium.
No. Unfortunately, tourists are not allowed to bring food or cool drinks inside the stadium. However, they can have chill beers at affordable prices. Since the entire show is close to 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours duration, one can stay energetic throughout the show seeing the fighter’s stamina, ability, and techniques used in order to defeat the opponent. If you’re feeling hungry, you can take a break and get some mouth-watering street food available outside the stadium. It’s cheap at the same time contains rich flavour and ingredients.
Yes. This place is open every day in a year. You can book tickets anytime you’d want and enjoy the show at your convenience. There are professional fighters come here regularly to test their skills and deploy their new techniques every year, at the same time they entertainment spectators and have a huge fan following. Mostly newly-married couples and family tourists, plan for a visit to Muay Thai boxing during holidays and get a lively experience from the show.
The Max Muay Thai Stadium is exactly located at 42/108 Sukhumvit Pattaya 42, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand. The stadium is nearly 1 km from Central Pattaya location. One can reach easily by hiring a cab or a public transport.
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