Gearing up for our upcoming Black Tie Muay Thai event

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Here at Phuket Has Been Good To Us, we try hard to bring the people of Phuket events that are new, innovative and different than the average fundraising event. And our upcoming event

Black Tie Muay Thai is no exception.

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On 29th November, two worlds will collide – the sophistication of a high-end dinner in a beautiful ballroom meets the gritty, raw energy of world class Muay Thai fighters!

Muay Thai is a combat sport of Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. This physical and mental discipline is known as “the art of eight limbs” because of its combined use of fists, elbows, knees and shins.

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Muay Thai’s popularity became widespread internationally in the twentieth century and, in order to bring you the best Muay Thai possible, we are partnering with Singpatong Sitnumnoi Muay Thai training camp based in Patong.

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Head trainer Khun Numnoi

Guests will be treated to a fabulous meal and free flow beverages whilst watching some of the best fighters on the island display their talents!

But this event isn’t all serious. Ever heard of blindfold boxing? Imagine putting 2-3 boxers in a ring, blindfolding them and seeing how they go! The result is quite hilarious!

The 2011 Thailand Muay Thai champion will be there, showing off his incredible technique. There will also be a Muay Boran demonstration – a taste of some old school Muay Thai!

So please join us for this sophisticated night of Muay Thai on Saturday 29th November in the Similan Ballroom at Outrigger Laguna Phuket Beach Resort.

Dress is smart and elegant…and men, black-tie is optional!

For bookings please contact Phuket Has Been Good To Us on 076 278 146 or email info@phukethasbeengoodtous.org


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