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Siem Reap’s first Khmer kickboxing stadium opened in March 2013 in Charles de Gaulle Road near the Sofitel. The art of Khmer kickboxing and bokator dates back to Angkorian times, and stone carvings at some of the temples show warriors fighting using the bokator style of kickboxing.
Today Khmer kickboxing is one of the most popular national sports with an international reputation. Khmer kickboxing is also referred to as 'free boxing', which means that the boxer can use all kinds of strikes from punches to kicks to elbows and knee strikes. However, there are also some rules and limitations as well.
Televised CTN Angkor Arena tournaments are held every Monday from 5 – 7.30pm and Wednesday from 4 – 6.30pm. Demonstration matches are also held daily from 8 – 9pm. Tickets for matches or demonstration matches cost $15 USD per person for foreigners.
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