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Category: Training Camps in Thailand

Where to Train Muay Thai in Thailand – Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Koh Samui or Phuket

One of the best parts of training in Thailand is choosing where to train. With so many great places to train in Thailand, it can be hard to choose where to train. Should you train in the mountainous region to the north or on the tropical islands near the beaches? For most people, the choice will come down to the four largest destinations in Thailand for Muay Thai: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, and Phuket. Each place represents an entirely different environment for training. There are some other regions like Hua Hin, Koh Samui, Koh Phangnan, Krabi, and Koh Tao that...

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Impressions of Khongsittha Muay Thai Gym in Bangkok

One of the benefits of living in Thailand is that you have access to the best Muay Thai training in the world. Whether you want to train at a beginner Muay Thai camp designed for tourists, or a gym with Thai champions, different gyms cater to different people. When you think of Bangkok, the first thing that comes to mind is fighter gyms. These gyms are filled with Lumpinee, Rajadamnern and Channel 7 fighters and champions. Traditional gyms like Sor Sommai, are considered the epitome of a fighter gym that breeds champions. While these gyms have the best fighters,...

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A Visit to the Famous Clinching Gym FA Group

When most people hear the name FA Group, the first thing that comes to mind is Petchboonchu FA Group. Petchboonchu is a Muay Thai legend who dominated the Muay Thai scene with his ferocious clinching abilities, single handedly putting FA Group on the map. With Petchboonchu’s fierce reputation as the best clincher in Muay Thai, it shouldn’t surprise you that this is a clinching gym. The bulk of the training revolves around the hour long clinching session that is guaranteed to build up your clinch endurance. Most of their fighters are Muay Khao fighters who come forward with aggression, throwing hard knees...

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AKA Thailand

Updated 2017 Since it has opened its doors in 2014, AKA has grown into one of the main destinations for MMA enthusiasts coming to Thailand. While there are many Muay Thai gyms in Phuket, AKA is part of a small group of gyms on the island that offer MMA. Started by AKA team member Mike “Quick” Swich and Javier Mendez, this gym offers of breadth of fresh air to Phuket’s MMA scene. AKA is probably the biggest MMA gym in Thailand (besides Tiger Muay Thai) and a number of well established UFC fighters train at AKA. Mark Hunt, for example,...

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Yodyut Muay Thai Gym

Yodyut is a Muay Thai gym that was founded by SON, an ex fighter who has fought in over 250 fights. SON has been a trainer at a number of gyms around Thailand and also trained people in Ireland, Sweden, Scotland and Hong Kong. He is a trainer that likes to focus on building good technique into his students and has a great reputation among people who have worked with him.  Along with SON, Yodyut has a handful of good trainers who have experience training in other gyms around Thailand.This gym has an excellent reputation in Koh Samui as...

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