Rawai Supa muay thai gym is a new gym that opened up in Phuket in the same location as the old Rawai Muay Thai. The previous gym Rawai Muay Thai, previously had a dispute with the landowner and ended up relocating to Kao Lak. Many people find it strangely coincidental that the new gym that opened up by the different owner was named Rawai “Supa” Muay Thai.

Rawai Supa Muay ThaiThe new gym uses the same facilities as the old Rawai Muay Thai gym and many people don’t even realized its changed ownership. In fact, most of the old trainers that trained at Rawai Muay Thai ended up changing over to the new gym here. The location is still great, located near Nai Harn and Rawai, there is a lot to do and see in the area. Besides muay thai, they also have great fitness facilities including a full gym. They offer a number of different classes for people looking to get into shape while training.

Location

Situated in Rawai, Phuket, this is one of the best locations for a muay thai gym. There is a lot to do and see around the gym and everything is within walking distance. Nai Harn lake is a short 5-10 minute bike ride down the road and it’s also close to Rawai Pier. There are a lot of food options nearby and there is even a big night market that opens up just down the road from the gym. It is hard to find a better location for a gym for people looking to have a good vacation while they train. There are quite a few other gyms in the area so if you don’t like your training here you can visit a nearby gym.

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Accommodation

The gym features 3 different types of accommodation including: Shared bungalow with fan, Shared bungalow with AC, and the Deluxe Bungalow with AC. The prices range from 5,000 to 17,000 baht depending on the room that you choose. There is also a lot of offsite accommodation that is available for students nearby the gym. If you contact the gym you will be able to sort out accommodation before your arrival.

Fitness Facilities Rawai Supa Muay ThaiTraining

The training at Rawai Supa Muay Thai follows the standard time table that most gyms in Thailand use. They have 2 sessions a day – one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Because the gym is a relatively new gym it is not as busy as the old Rawai Muay Thai used to be, which is good news for those looking for a less crowded gym.

PROS

  • Great location for the training camp
  • Quality trainers
  • Newer camp – Less crowded than before
  • Great fitness gym on site – full set of weights

CONS

  • Not a steady staple of fighters
  • A lot of beginners/new people at the gym – pro or con depending on what you want
  • Nai Harn/Rawai gets extremely crowded in peak season, expect 3 rows of chairs on the beach

For more information about Rawai Supa Muay Thai  please visit their website here.

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