Thai Boxing / Muay Thai

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Abu Saif
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24/9/08
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6,405
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12
النقاط
38
الإقامة
Bangkok
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The modern sport of Thai boxing, known as “the art of eight limbs” since fighters use eight points of contact – hands, feet, elbows, and knees – has evolved from the ancient form of close, hand-to-hand combat that was necessary to defend oneself in battle hundreds of years ago. With the constant threat of war from Thailand’s neighbors, training centers slowly began to appear throughout the kingdom, these being essentially the country’s first Muay Thai camps.

For many years, travelers seeking to enjoy Thai boxing matches had to go a bit native, and either catch fights in small villages upcountry, or at throw-down "stables" in larger towns.

Those seeking more excitement and adventure eventually made their way to the great stadium in Bangkok, the dream venue for thousands of hungry young fighters: Lumpini and Ratchadamnoen. These modern coliseums remain fascinating cultural experiences for tourists, far beyond the fighting itself, given the rambunctious atmosphere, the loud traditional music, and all the shouting and betting. Channel 7 Stadium
Location : Behind the old Northern Bus Terminal (Mo-chit), opp. Chatuchak Park
Tel.: 0 2272 0201 Ratchadamnoen Stadium
Location : Ratchadamnoen Nok Avenue
Tel.: 0 2281 4205, 0 2280 1684-6 Lumpinee Boxing Stadium
Location : Ramintra Rd., Anusawaree,Bang Khen District
Tel.: 0 2252 8765, 0 2251 4303​
 
توقيع : أبوسيف
اسم الموضوع : Thai Boxing / Muay Thai | المصدر : Thailand Tourism Authority

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