Thailand's National Sport, Muay Thai or Thai Boxing, is a unique form of martial art with a history that dates back centuries.
Muay Thai is a National Sport that is regarded with great respect and tinged with awe like few others. The combination of reverence and heritage mixed with the excitement and thrills of real, professional Thai boxing bouts makes this is an entertaining night you'll never forget.
At the beginning of each match, fighters enter the ring to perform the traditional rituals of Wai Khrun (paying respect to their trainers) and Ram Muay (warming up, and showing off, their bodies) to the sound of drums, flutes, and crashing symbols. This hypnotic music then continues during the bout, although it cannot drown out the crowd's whistles and shouts and banters as they urge on their favorite fighter.
Muay Thai is referred to as “The Art of Eight Limbs”, as the hands, shins, elbows and knees are the eight points of contact used extensively, as opposed to in the west where only two fists are used in a match.
It has often been said that watching a Muay Thai fight is a must-do for every sports fan looking for a real Thai experience.
Choose from Grand Stand seating, Ringside seating and VIP Extra seating at Chiang Mai's biggest and best boxing stadium, the only stadium to have indoor air-conditioning plus a sound system. To make the evening perfect for you, return hotel transportation is included in the tour cost.
Return hotel transportation
Child Rate is same as Adult Rate.
Transportation is by Shared Seat-in-Vehicle
Pick up from all Chiang Mai city hotels. Surcharge will apply for pickups from Four Seasons Resort
Chiang Mai and Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai