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The Asian Martial Arts Games is a multi sport event developed by the OCA (Olympic Council of Asia) to create the opportunity for athletes to compete in various disciplines of martial arts. This is a new concept as the Olympics and other games do not recognise the increasingly popular variations which are practiced around the world. The first ever Asian Martial Arts Games are hosted by Bangkok, Thailand on the 25th April until the 3rd May 2009.


As of now, there are 37 countries such as Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, People's Republic of Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Korea (North), Korea (South), Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tajikistan,Thailand, East Timor, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam and Yemen, including with 724 male and 523 female athletes to participate in the 1st Asian Martial Arts Games. The best athletes chosen by the respective NOCs will be competing in individual and team events under the technical directions of the International Federations / the Asian Federations concerned and under the overall supervision and authority of the Olympic Council of Asia.

Muay Thai is the popular Thai kickboxing and is a mixture of several techniques employed in the rest of the forms of martial arts. Most of the times it is termed as the “science of 8 limbs” simply because almost all parts of the body are employed during the fight. The forehead, the fists, elbows, knees, and feet are often used as the weapons. It has been around for more than 2000 years and isThe Muaythai Champion - Buakaw Por.Pramuk "The white lotus " basically regarded as the oldest variant of martial arts. Muay Thai was once called the martial art of the kings because of the fact that in 1914 the sons of the King Sen Muajng Ma fought until their death for the throne of their father.


Muay Thai fighters are expected to be strong and powerful since all the movements can really be energy-draining. Muay Thai training then enhances the fighter’s adaptability, strength, and stamina. More so, here are some very important techniques to learn.




Muay Thai Live : Bangkok and Vicinity 
dot Lumpini Stadium

Rama IV Road, Bangkok
Tel: (02) 252-8765, 251-4303, 253-7702, 253-7940
Fight Schedule: Tuesdays and Fridays from 18.30 - 23.00 , Saturday afternoons 16.30 - 20.00, Saturday nights from 20.30 - 24.00
Tickets : 500 - 1,500 Baht 

dot Ratchadamnoen Stadium

Ratchadamnoen Nok Avenue
Tel: (02) 281-4205, 280-1684-6
Fight Schedule: Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 18.30 - 23.00, Sundays starting at 16.00 - 20.00  and 20.30 - 12.00
Tickets: rang from 1,000 - 2,000 Bath

dot Channel 7 Stadium

Behind the old Northern Bus Terminal (Mo-chit), opp. Chatuchak Park, Bangkok 10900
Tel: (02) 272-0201
Fight Schedule: Sundays, from 01.45 pm., third Wednesday of each month starting at 12.00 noon.
Tickets: Free admission 

Asian Games
1st Asian Martial Arts Games


Postponed Thailand have received the honor from the OCA (Olympic Council of Asia) to be the host of the 1st Asian Martial Arts, which is a great pride because other countries have been praising that Thailand has the capability, human resources, expert, experience and can be a center for the start and create a new phase of sports in our world with success and efficiency.
With this assignment, the SECRETARIAT of the 1st Asian Martial Arts have designed the Emblem, Mascot, Slogan, Pictogram and Identity for the use of the 1st Asian Martial Arts Games, The programme of the 1st Asian Martial Arts Games shall consist of 9 sports that have already been approved by the Olympic Council of Asia as follows:
1 - 9 August 2009 SPORTS VENUES
1. Judo Bangkok Youth Centre (ThaiJapan)
2. Juitsu Bangkok Youth Centre (ThaiJapan)
3. Karate - do Indoor Stadium Huamark (Sport Authority of Thailand)
4. Kickboxing Chantarayingyong National Stadium
5. Kurash Bangkok Youth Centre (ThaiJapan)
6. Muaythai Nimibuth Gymnasium Supachalasai National Stadium
7. Pencake Silat Chaofah Mahachakree Sirinthorn Bld. Sports School Suphanburi Province
8.Taekwondo Indoor Stadium Huamark (Sport Authority of Thailand)
9. Wushu & Kungfu Silpa - Archa Bld. Sport School, Suphanburi Province.

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