In 1941 Ratchadamnoen became the first Muay Thai stadium in Bangkok, although construction of the site was not completed until after the Second World War (the first match taking place in 1945). The rules and regulations used in the modern sport were established at this stadium. Like Lumpini, Ratchadamnoen stadium now sees a lot of western fighters involved in the sport and westerners consistently make up reasonable numbers in the audience.
Details: Rajadamnern Stadium operates 4 days a week on every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. Door opens from 6.00PM onward. The seating is provided in 3 classes from Ring Side Class, 2nd Class and 3rd Class. Ring Side will bring you the extremely boxing experience while seating next to the boxing ring closely with the boxers fighting on stage. Surrounding with 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! Purchase your ultimate experience online now. Please note to keep your confirmation email as E-Ticket to collect the Entrance ticket upon arrival from Prepaid Ticket Lane.
How to get there: Rajadamnern Stadium is on Ratchadamnoen Nok Avenue only a few minutes walk from Khao San Road.
It is also possible to get to the stadium by boat; you need to stop at Banglumpoo Express Boat pier.
Rajadamnern Nok Rd.
Pompab Satroo pai
Bangkok 10200 Thailand
Tel: 66 (0) 2281 4205, 66 (0) 2280 1084