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Learn Muay Thai, the national sport of Thailand at the number 1 Muay Thai camp in North Thailand. Visit Pai and be enamored by its beautiful scenery. Experience the laid back vibe of Pai and feel welcome at one of the friendliest places in Thailand. Join Charn Chai Muay Thai for an experience than will surely be one for the books.
Mountain Blues Resort is situated directly next to our muay Thai camp and offers bungalows with double/twin beds, fan or A/C, TV, fridge, hot shower, and free WiFi internet for a very reasonable price.
Contact us directly with your accommodation preferences and we will make all the arrangements for your stay at our muay Thai camp in Thailand. Prices for 2 people sharing a twin bungalow at Mountain Blues vary, if you plan to share a bungalow please let us know and we will send you the price details.
Students training with us at our Muay Thai camp are taught by trainers who love Muay Thai and care about teaching technique properly. The training programme covers Muay Thai skills and techniques (basic - advanced); pad rounds with trainers, clinching, sparring, bag work drills, strength and conditioning circuits, abdominal & core strengthening workout at the end of every session, and cool down and stretching. On Wednesdays, we run from the camp to Mae Yen Temple for step/hill sprints.
The team will track your progress and introduce new skills and techniques according to your development to ensure you get the most out of your time at our muay Thai camp in Thailand. At Charn Chai Muay Thai camp, Wednesdays and Saturdays training sessions are dedicated to sparring. Fighters run 10 km leaving from the gym at 7 a.m. Most students meet at the camp at 7.30 a.m. for a 5 - 7 km run before morning sessions but if you prefer, you can skip rope or warm up on one of the exercise bikes.
The team of trainers Charn Chai Muay Thai camp is dedicated to teaching Muay Thai through demonstration, explanation, and practice. Whether youre a beginner with no previous experience or a fighter looking to get fit and develop your technique in preparation for a fight, you will benefit from our trainer's expertise.
We have a large 20 ft. x 20 ft. ring at our Muay Thai camp for technique work and pad work, 6 heavy punching bags, 4 small punching bags and spacious floor area with mats for sparring, circuits, shadow boxing, and Muay Thai technique instruction with the trainers.
Our Muay Thai camp also has a wide range of workout equipment including free weights, TRX training, multi gym machines, pull up bars, skipping ropes, exercise bicycles, and large tires. Head trainer Bee speaks excellent English and his brother Ae and trainers Tree, Turbo, Yo, and P'Duod speak English very well.
They will explain and demonstrate the techniques clearly and give students at our muay Thai camp feedback and corrections to ensure they improve and develop. Our camp is equipped with everything you need for training. Hand wraps, boxing gloves and shin pads are provided for all students.
We also have a small Pro Shop with Charnchai shorts and T-shirts available to purchase, as well as mouth guards and ankle supports. A variety of accommodation is available in close proximity to the muay Thai camp ranging from budget rooms to luxury bungalows.
Our Muay Thai camp is located only a few hundred metres from Pai hospital on the left hand side of the road, next to Mountain Blues Cottage resort, and 10 minutes from the Centre of Pai town on foot.
Bee and the team work closely with our students who choose to fight here in Thailand. If you would like to represent our Muay Thai camp in Thailand the team can organize fights in Chiang Mai, Maehongson, Mae Sariang, and the surrounding areas or at one of the fight night events held at here at the camp in Pai, Thailand.
Bee began training in Muay Thai at the age of ten under the guidance of his grandfather 'Charnchai' who was also a former Muay Thai champion and a great inspiration to Bee and his brother Ae. By the age of 12, Bee had won the championships in his home province and the surrounding provinces and so he moved to the Capital like his brother, to train and fight out of various gyms in Bangkok and eventually, Sitthepitak Gym, where he made his name. Muay Thai has been Bee's life from a young age and he is truly passionate about teaching those who are interested to learn the sport.
Our Muay Thai camp is located in Pai, a relaxed and quirky town in north Thailand, 140 km from Chiang Mai. It's the perfect place to dedicate yourself 100% to learning and training Muay Thai with highly experienced and professional trainers and fighters.
Pai is located 140 km north of Chiang Mai and very easy to reach thanks to the minibus services running every hour from Chiang Mai bus station and Pai airport operating flights to and from Chiang Mai (25-minute trip).
The town is surrounded by mountains, jungle, and rice paddies and is unlike anywhere else in Thailand. There is a friendly, laid back vibe in town and everyone feels welcome! Pai is popular with backpackers who come for the relaxed atmosphere and great live music scene.
There are plenty of places to stay from budget bungalows to luxury resorts, gift shops, and restaurants in town, as well as spas and elephant camps only a short motorbike ride away. Further outside of town, there are waterfalls, caves, secluded temples, and a number of natural hot springs to visit and enjoy.
The population is made up of friendly Thai locals and Lisu hilltribe villagers (identified by their traditional dress: sequined baggy trousers and embroidered pinafores) with a mixture of backpackers who are passing through, some who settle for a number of months and retired ex pats. Those who come to Pai often end up staying much longer than they planned.
Pai is free from the tuk-tuks, taxis, go-go bars, fast food chains, Tesco Lotuses, and Big C superstores that have taken over many other towns in Thailand. Instead the town offers an abundance of markets, street food vendors, and quirky tea & coffee shops.
There are lots of things to do in Pai including jungle treks, white water rafting, elephant trekking, cookery classes, language and massage courses, and yoga retreats, or you can visit the great fishing spots and art galleries.
Pai is a town full of activity and a popular location for lots of different festivals and events from the annual reggae music festival and many cultural events in the Buddhist calendar to local rice harvests and art exhibitions, there's always something happening in town each month of the year.
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Our meal plan is 600 THB per week and includes two Thai meals per day taken after the morning and afternoon training sessions from Monday to Saturday or you can pay as you go, 50 THB per meal. Please inform us of any dietary requirements before arriving at our Muay Thai camp. We do not train on Sundays, so is our kitchen, you are free to sample the great food offered by the different restaurants, street food vendors, and markets in Pai town.
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You can reach us very easily from Chiang Mai, either fly direct with Kan Airlines or take a minibus from the main bus arcade in Chiang Mai. Flying directly into Chiang Mai airport? Take a taxi to the bus station in Chiang Mai to book a minibus to Pai, the taxi fare should be no more than 200 THB. Minibuses depart from the main bus station throughout the week from 7.30 a.m. then every hour until 5.30 p.m.
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