By presenting THAI boarding pass to ‘Muay Thai Live: The Legend Lives’ ticket booth in Bangkok, Chinese travellers will get an immediate special price of 800 Baht per ticket, off regular price of 1,500 Baht for a premium seat.
The promotion is introduced to mark the Chinese National Day 2014 and to coincide with the recently-launched tourist visa fee waiver scheme for holders of Chinese passports.
Ms Viwan Karnasuta, Managing Director of Thai Show, said: “On the occasion of the Chinese National Day 2014, when a lot of Chinese travellers are expected to enjoy their holiday in Thailand for a long period of time, especially in the first week of October, we see this as an opportune time to strengthen the reputation of the kingdom’s best-known martial art, Thai Boxing.”
“The ‘Muay Thai Live: The Legend Lives’ show, which has been artistically and professionally created to portray the untold story of Muay Thai legends, will give tourists of all nationalities the chance to really connect with Thailand’s most unique martial art and immerse themselves in some delightful performances that can’t be found elsewhere,” Ms Viwan added.
The ‘Muay Thai Live: The Legend Lives’ live show takes place nightly, except Sunday, at 8pm at The Stage, Asiatique The Riverfront, on Charoen Krung Road in Bangkok, Thailand.