Poptheeratham Muay Thai Camp, Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Pratunam Market, Khao San Road, Lumpinee Boxing Stadium
Bangkok is Thailand’s capital city and a top tourist destination for any Muay Thai Holiday goer. For your training in BKK, Muay Thai Retreats has chosen non other than the legendary Samart Payakaroon’s Gym. Poptheeratham.
Bangkok is home to Lumpinee and Rajadamnern Stadiums. These highly regarded Stadiums are to Muay Thai, as Madison Square Garden is to Boxing. These venues are every Nak Muay’s dream. You will see the highest level fighters the world has to offer. It will be difficult for you to sit in your seat. The action is intense!
Aside from the world-class training and fight spectating, the Bangkok tour will take you to amazing tourist attractions such as Grand Palace & Wat Pho (Home of the enormous reclining Buddha)
Looking for merchandise and souvenirs to purchase while on your holiday? Pratunam Market is Thailand’s largest market. You can find anything and everything here and at the lowest bargain prices possible.
The nightlife in BKK is bustling and the city does not sleep. We will explore Khao San Road where the streets are lined with hundreds of food venders, bars, night clubs, restaurants and entertainment that can last to the early hours in the morning.
Sityodtong Muay Thai Camp, Wat Phra Yai, The Sanctuary of Truth, Soi Buakhao Market, Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens, Walking Street, Beaches, Theprasit Market, Max Muay Thai Stadium
The Sityodtong Muay Thai Camp is the most accomplished Muay Thai Gyms in history. With producers of over 57 World Champions, the late Dr. Kru Yodtong was appointed by the Thai Royal Family as Thailand’s head figure and conservator of Muay Thai.
Today, Sityodtong is family owned and operated by Kru Yodtong’s son and two daughters. The camp fosters a family atmosphere amongst the guests. Students from around the world visit the camp year round and have formed bonds and friendships that last a lifetime.
Witness Thailand’s newest and hottest Muay Thai venue at Max Muay Thai Stadium. Where the best foreign fighters from around the world are matched up against Thailand’s best. The action is nonstop as there are only 3 rounds vs the typical 5 round bouts. Judging is based on forward pressure and aggression. Every fight is incredibly exciting with this new spin on Muay Thai.
Pattaya has a number of sights and attractions. The Pattaya tour will include visiting temples such as Wat Phra Yai and the Sanctuary of Truth. We will take a tour of the impressive Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens. The two big markets in Pattaya are Soi Buakhao (Tuesday Market) and Theprasit (Weekend Market) You will also explore the beautiful beaches and notorious nightlife that so many vacationers come to experience.
Santai Muay Thai Gym, Doi Suthep, Elephant Jungle Rides, Adventure Excursions, Night Bazaar, Sunisa Umbrella Factory, Kawila Boxing Stadium.
Formerly known as Siam #1, Santai Muay Thai Gym offers the highest quality training in the northern region. The gym is located just outside Chiang Mai’s city center, in San Kamphaeng. The camp is in a beautiful rural setting, and sits on the grounds of a large Buddhist Temple.
There’s a saying amongst travelers when speaking about Thailand. “If you haven’t been to Chiang Mai, then you have not really seen Thailand” I can see where this holds true.
Located in Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is surrounded by mountains, farms, and is one of the worlds top backpacker destinations. The city itself is over 700 years old and surrounded by a wall and mote in the city center. The great wall still stands the test of time today.
During your stay in Chiang Mai, we will visit the great Doi Suthep Temple. Ride an elephant through the jungle and then travel down a river on a bamboo raft. Another day is set aside for an Adventure Excursion. Zip lines, hiking, paintball, four wheeler expeditions, the choices are nearly limitless.
Chiang Mai is also known for it’s artisans. The night bazaar market is a great place to find artwork and home decor at outstandingly low prices. Nightlife is also entertained watching live fights at the local venues. Kawila and Thaphae Boxing Stadiums.
Yodyut Muay Thai Gym, Secret Buddha Garden, Angthong National Marine Park, Namuang Waterfall, Breathtaking Beaches, Phetch Buncha Muay Thai Stadium
Yodyut Muay Thai Gym is located in the northeast corner of Koh Samui Island. Yodyut has a great stable of trainers and focuses on technique development.
A Muay Thai vacationers paradise, Ko Samui is Thailand’s second largest island that lies in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s known for its palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves and dense, mountainous rainforest. Angthong National Marine Park, Namuang Waterfall and the Secret Buddha Garden are all included destinations on this tour.
Enjoy the amazing views from Big Buddha temple. Explore the white sandy beaches during your off time from training. Head off for an island boat tour or snorkeling expedition.
The evening entertainment includes trips into town and Muay Thai fights at Phetch Buncha Thai Stadium. Koh Samui Island is a .
Singpatong Sitnumnoi Muay Thai Camp, Scuba & Snorkeling, Boat Tours, Wat Chalong, Downtown Markets, James Bond Island Tour, Breathtaking Beaches, Bangla & Patong Muay Thai Stadiums.
Train at the Best Muay Thai Camps in Phuket. Singpatong Sitnumnoi. Founded in 1971 by Somsak Junlaka, this camp is best known for it’s champion instructors and their ability to pass on their knowledge to others.
Phuket is a mountainous, rainforest island in the Andaman Sea and has some of Thailand’s most beautiful beaches. The island is home to many high-end seaside resorts, spas and restaurants. Phuket City, the capital, has old shophouses and busy markets. Patong, the main resort town, has many nightclubs, bars and discos.
The Phuket package includes Snorkeling, A Boat Tour, Island Safari and James Bond Island. Evenings are reserved for trips downtown. Here you will find entertainment and great food vendors on the streets and at the market. Evening Muay Thai fights are at two local venues, Bangla & Patong Boxing Stadiums.
Paradise comes to mind when trying to sum up a description of Phuket.