As someone who has commentated fights in Thailand for nearly the last decade, there are things I’ve found to be just as important as picking a good Muay Thai stadium or event in Bangkok.
Tucked away in the cracks and crevices of Bangkok, there is subculture in which everyone does the same thing, the same thing many people from the subculture have been doing for decades to stay out of poverty — but it’s not painting umbrellas. It’s traditional Muay Thai.
I put together a map of every stadium that you can watch Muay Thai at in Bangkok. To see the complete list of stadiums, click on the icon in the upper left-hand side of the map. The map includes the following Bangkok Muay Thai stadiums:
If you have a question about watching Muay Thai in Bangkok that I haven’t covered in any of the Muay Thai stadium guides, feel free to leave it below and I’ll respond here. Popular questions will be moved to the Frequently Asked Questions page. So be sure to check that page out as well. In […]
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