MUAY THAI FIGHTING IN BANGKOK THAILAND
Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok Thailand operates 4 days a week on every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. Doors open at 6.00PM . The seating is provided in 3 classes from Ring Side Class, 2nd Class and 3rd Class. Ring Side will bring you the extreme boxing experience while sitting next to the boxing ring. You will be close to the boxers fighting on stage. They are surrounded by their supporters team at the corners. Right to access to Beverage Bar and exclusive photograph with the winner of the night! 2nd and 3rd Class are impressive! Among the local gamblers, you will maximize your watching experience with the lousy audiences. The seats are getting more excited with the locals betting the right fighter!
MUAY THAI VIDEOS FROM FIGHTS IN BANGKOK JUNE 2016
MUAY THAI NATIONAL BOXING STADIUM SINCE 1945
Former Prime Minister Field Marshal P. Pibulsongkram gave orders for national boxing stadium to be built on Rajadamnern Avenue in 1941. The order came two years after the government issued an expropriation Act to land owners to surrender their properties along Rajadamnern Avenue so that the government could build its office buildings in accordance with the city plan. The office of the Crown Property was assigned to carry out the project. The initial idea was to build the stadium at Misakawan Garden area, on the corner between Pitsanoloke Road and Rajadamnern Nok Avenue. Later, the formerly-selected site was switched to the present one because the land was too small for the size of the stadium. The stadium, now still standing on the same site, is situated on Rajadamnern Nok avenue, at the corner of Panieng Road, opposite Chullachomklao Military Academy.
Imprese Italiane All’ Estero-Oriente won the construction contract to build the stadium in 1941. When the foundation stone was laid on March I, the 258,900 baht project then started. The project, not yet completed, was forced to stop during World War II due to the lack of construction supplies. Later in 1944, Mr Pramote Puengsoonthorn, then appointed deputy director of the office of the Crown Property, brought the boxing stadium project into consideration again. He submitted the plan to the director, Col Suwan Phenchan who also agreed and ordered that the construction of the nearly-finished stadium be completed.