Kick Boxing
Besides Siamese cats and "a go-go" bars, Thailand is also famous for its Muay Thai. This art of boxing, which is an on going self defense art form, was an element made compulsory for military training by King Naresuan, one of Thailand's greatest monarchs. These days it is a popular sport and is one of the few ways that a poor country boy can turn his rags into riches.

The fights are commonly fierce and furious though the best boxers display remarkable skills, as well as great fitness and a good contest is decided by application of technique rather than brute force.

Often as entertaining as the action in the ring is, the reaction of the spectators who yell and shout encouragement to the boxers is greater as the excitement mounts.

There are two boxing stadiums in Bangkok, Ratchadamnoen Stadium and Lumphini Stadium. Between them, they offer professional bouts virtually every night of the week.

:: Phuket FantaSea

Inspired by Thailand's rich and exotic heritage, Phuket FantaSea not only showcases the charm and beauty of Thailand, but also enriches ancient Thai traditions with the wonder of cutting edge technology and special effects. The result is a stunning 140-acre theme complex, packed with a multitude of activities and entertainment: a festival village with carnivals, games, handicrafts and shopping; a 4,000-seat restaurant offering a grand buffet of Thai and international cuisine; A breath-taking Las Vegas-style theatrical show, where state-of-the-art technology and special effects enhance the beauty of Thailand's Myths, Mysteries and Magic in a wondrous extravaganza certain to delight everyone.

 

Created at a cost of over 3,500 million Baht, Phuket FantaSea adds a whole new dimension to theme park entertainment, with marvelous attractions not found anywhere else in the world

1.'Festival Village' Shopping Paradise
A stroll through the enchanted Festival   Village is like a journey through Thailand's architectural history. Each fascinating facade promises a unique shopping experience, where visitors can buy high quality locally made products from 15 different shops offering silk, leather, handicrafts, ceramic, jewelry, souvenirs, unusual items about elephants and Siamese twins and much more!

H ome to the Kamala people, Festival Village is a wonderful introduction to the theme park, where the accent is on fun and entertainment coupled with  Thailand's legendary hospitality. Marvel at the skills of the villagers demonstrating a range of traditional art and crafts. Enjoy cultural parades, pageants, street shows and elephant rides. Join in, if you like.

F or kids, the vast cavern of Hanuman's Lair is full of games, plays and exciting surprises. Here the trickster king of monkeys promises fun and excitement for everyone. For Mum and Dad, the Kamala Pier beer garden offers a haven of good cheer and music.

2.'Palace of the Elephants' Theatre
The magnificent Palace of the Elephants is a state-of-the-art theater with wonderful acoustics and seating 3,000 persons. Fronted by a glorious reconstruction of a Sukhothai-era stone palace, with intriguing elephant statues, the theater puts on a spellbinding show combining culture and illusion that is almost beyond belief.
3.'Fantasy of a Kingdom' Show
The ultimate in Las Vegas-style theatrical productions. Created by international experts and local professionals, this audio-visual extravaganza incorporates, for the first time, nine stunning show themes - Thai culture, magical illusions, 4-dimensional effects, aerial performance, acrobatics, indoor pyrotechnics, special effects, elephant circus and stunts - into one unforgettable theatrical masterpiece guaranteed to thrill and delight visitors of all ages and nationalities.

4. The Golden Kinnaree Buffet Restaurant
The road from the Festival Village leads to the blue lake, in which floats the beautiful Golden Pavilion, entrance to the world's grandest 4,000-seat dining facility -- the Golden Kinnaree Buffet Restaurant. Here mythical Kinnarees, half-bird and half-woman of legendary beauty and graciousness, look after their guests like proverbial kings. Amidst a mystical Himmaphan forest setting, visitors can indulge in a sumptuous feast of Royal Thai dishes and delicacies from popular international cuisine, prepared by some of Thailand's finest chefs. The Golden Kinnaree Buffet Restaurant also welcomes large groups, and has a wide range of facilities to host banquets,

Gate Opens: 20:30 p.m.
Show Starts: 21:00 p.m.
Show duration is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.


The client is advised to be at the theatre 20 minutes before the show starts.
Reservation is highly recommended.

99 M.3 Kamala Beach, Kathu, Phuket 83120 Thailand
Office Tel: (076) 385 000(40 lines)
Office Fax: (076) 385 333(3 lines)
Reservation Tel: (076) 385 111(15 lines)
Reservation Fax: (076) 385 222(4 lines)
Bangkok Office: 02 914 1531 Fax 02 914 1530
Fantasea Tour: 02 914 2950-1 Fax: 02 914 2952