Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Thailand and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Royal Thai and Provincial governments, Chaweng Stadium has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Koh Samui‘s Chaweng beach is one of the most visited attractions on the island. The bustling life at the beach welcomes visitors to swim in the ocean, bask in the sun and explore the nearby attractions. The area’s main attraction is a six-kilometre long beach, and visitors can enjoy the beautiful beach setting as there are lots to see and do.
Those who are looking for something different may want to consider visiting a local stadium to catch some real Muay Thai boxing stars in action. Come to the Chaweng stadium and watch a real Thai boxing match.
Chaweng Stadium Muay Thai Boxing, Koh Samui
Although Thai boxing is often considered the most dangerous martial art, it is surprisingly a graceful sport to watch. The popular Chaweng stadium hosts some of the biggest muay thai boxing events on Koh Samui.
Guests are advised to check the schedule before visiting the stadium, but generally, the stadium hosts Muay Thai fights twice a week. Most of the time, the fights are held on Monday and Friday nights, however, you may see a change in the schedule during peak seasons. Additional fights are usually scheduled on Sunday nights, but only during peak seasons.
Both local and foreign fighters compete at this stadium and you will certainly love the lively atmosphere featuring a cheering crowd, excellent live commentary and traditional Thai music.