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Took my son here last night who is disabled and in a wheelchair staff could not have been more helpful, helped lift his chair up the steps when we got in the ring master nice guy moved him dead centre of the ring, one of...More
I have been doing martial art for a little more than two decades and there is something almost indescribable about what happens when you step in/on to a fighting area. The sensation of going primal, adrenaline pumping, the focus on gathering of energy getting ready...More
Great night. Late start around 9.30pm. Make sure children sleep as can be a long night finishing around midnight. They have the young and talented children fighting first then work way up through the ages. Make sure you take lots of 20-50 baht notes as...More
Expensive for foreigners, we paid 1000 baht for ringside tickets.
The venue is small and not in the best shape.
7 fights, 4 with kids, 2 with europeans against sacrifical lambs and one decent match.
Toilets were horrible.
Local kids running around setting...More
I first stepped into Grand Thaiboxing with my group of teachers from XploreAsia. We all enjoyed the group class and found the trainers very knowledgeable, helpful, and kind. I had never been trained in any type of martial art and knew I wanted to learn...More
Close to the Grand Hotel and Grand Night Market holds Muay Thai matches every Friday night and Wednesdays. Fights start around 9 p.m. and finish at 11.30 p.m or later, and there are usually six or seven matches. This was one of our highlights in...More