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Revive and restore in Thailand's oldest city steeped in history. Phitsanulok city is one of the oldest and most historical cities in Thailand, untouched by tourists this vibrant city offers a unique glimpse into Thailand's culture. Join the JP family on this VIP trip and while you learn a new skill, get in shape or simply enjoy working out JP's will show you around their homestead. You'll enjoy tasty food from there urban style on-site cafe, get to kayak on the river, join the run the mountain challenge as well as experience some of the oldest temples and ruins. There is so much to do and explore!
You will be accommodated in air-conditioned en-suite private rooms can sleep up to three people. The hotel is situated in the heart of the city close by to JP's fully equipped gym and cafe. The hotel is super-cool with a minimalist modern feel. The perfect place to take rest after a days training and site seeing.
JP Boxing Gym, Muay Thai camp in Phitsanulok, Thailand offers classes for beginners to professional fighters. The trainers have years of experience in the fight game and founder Kru.Jay has traveled the world learning and honing his skills not only as a world-renowned fighter but also as a master trainer.
His vision and lifetime belief in the traditional teachings of Muay Thai boxing has made this gym Thailand's number one. For the seasoned fighter, they offer technique classes to hone already tested skills as well as strength and conditioning mixed with CrossFit to improve all-around fitness. For the beginner’s class, trainers give step-by-step instructions on stretching, warming up, and basic technique.
JP's trainers will develop your skills from the ground up with a step-to-step guide for technique. First you'll learn the correct positions to place your body in for the various combat techniques like stand-up striking, clinching, and the eight contact points.
Again beginners are given step by step teaching in the basics such as boxing stance, basic footwork, and head movement. Middle-classes and the more experienced fighters will learn boxing skills, combinations, drills, and techniques in a specialist class.
For those looking to reset and recharge please take advantage of the personalized weight loss programmes, take part in meditation sessions at the temples, yoga, relaxation times, swimming, and days out. This unique part of Thailand is a beautiful place to let go and delve into the more spiritual side of life as you explore ancient grounds and old temples and the beautiful countryside and mountains lend themselves to relaxation.
Wai Kroo / Ram Muay is a ritualistic and traditional dance carried out before Muay Thai fighters engage in the ring. The Wai Kroo is an act of respect to show honor to the opponent and his respective teacher. You will learn the Wai Kroo during your stay.
Note: The morning sessions usually start around 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. and last for approximately two hours, and the afternoon sessions will most likely run from about 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Please note this is a sample schedule and is subject to change.
The day starts early but it's worth it as you catch the pretty sunrise over the city of Phitsanulok. Jay and his team take the VIP guests down to the riverside for a specialized techniques class and varied fitness training, you're treated to a breakfast picnic before offering food to the local monks and receiving blessings, it's a very peaceful yet humbling experience. Local sightseeing at the vibrant morning markets follows before heading back to the homestead (ull morning experience).
You have the opportunity to relax at one of JP's family's favorite locations, Sukhothai, the famous White Temple in Phetchabun, the local Nuaenmaprang or having fun at the waterfall and trying your hand at rafting!
Soak up the majestic views from the mountain top overlooking Phitsanulok's stunning countryside. Chase up the mountainside as the warriors of old once did and offer prayers to Pagoda, visit the ancient Chinese temple, join in with meditation before being taken for lunch at Alms Vegan Canteen.
Kru.Jay has had the chance to learn and practice from many camps in Thailand. In 2007, Kru.Jay used to practice Muay Thai at Por.pramuk camp in the early when Buakaw started fighting K1. He received a Muay Thai certificate from Rangsit Muaythai Intitule and certificate in Muay Thai Coach by Office of Board of Boxing Sport, Sports Authority of Thailand Ministry Of Tourism & Sports. In 2018, he successfully completed the certification Muay Thai coach from the Board of Boxing Sport in Bangkok, Ministry of Sports of Thailand.
Master Moo (Pudpadnoi Warrawut) is the headmaster, well known in the “Golden Leg.” In his glory days as a Muay Thai fighter 1970-1976, he fought more than 150 times with 135 wins. He gained three championships as Flyweight Champion, Junior Featherweight Champion, and Junior Lightweight Champion from Lumpini. He is a legendary Thai boxer that has made a name for himself as one of the all-time greats of the sport. He was given the award for the best fighter from the King of Thailand himself and also received a special trophy called “the Golden Leg."
Kru Yod (Sornthep Look Bungrachanok) started training at 13 years old. His determined fight style combined with his strength and detailed technique led him to win by knock-out in his very first competitive fight, his career continued with a 22 knock-out record! With more than 100 fights under his belt, both in Thailand and internationally, Kru Yod comes with an unbelievable wealth of experience and his fun and jovial style has beginners picking up the basic skills in no time at all. You'll love his motivating training style and his bright smile.
Phitsanulok is an important, historic city in lower northern Thailand and is the capital of Phitsanulok Province, which stretches all the way to the Laotian border. Phitsanulok is one of the oldest cities in Thailand, founded over 600 years ago. It is best known as the birthplace of King Naresuan, who freed the country from Burmese domination in the late 16th century, and that of his brother and successor King Ekathosarot.
As the crossroad between the northern and central regions of the country, it has long been important both for political and strategic reasons and was fought over many times in centuries past. Phitsanulok was the capital of Thailand for 25 years during the reign of King Boromma Trailokanat of Ayutthaya.
On the banks of the Nan River, the city was originally a small Khmer outpost known as Song Kwae, before the Khwae Noi River changed its course in the 11th century CE. Phitsanulok was also a provincial center of the Angkorian Empire during the Angkorian period. Phitsanulok is home to Naresuan University and Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University, as well as to a major Royal Thai Army base.
This cool cafe with its urban vibes serves up healthy twists on traditional Thai food. Sit down and enjoy the atmosphere while you browse the extensive menu. You can expect dishes such as Pad-Thai, green curry, stir-fry and sweet and sour. Please let JP's know if you have any dietary requirements and these will be catered for.
Phitsanulok is one of the oldest cities in Thailand. There are many religious and sacred sites to visit as well as ancient ruins, museums, and national parks. Please ask the staff for details and do have a look at the excursion sections to see what is included in this VIP package
Transfer available for additional US$149 per person
Please book your flight to arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). Transfer from this airport is available upon request for 4500 THB per person. You can also fly from Don Mueang Airport to Phitsanulok.
From Morchit to Phitsanulok, the whole trip takes from four and a half hours to six hours. There are two bus stations in Phitsanulok. The smaller provincial bus station is located on route 12, two kilometers to the east of the city. The bigger one, Bo-Ko-So or Terminal 2, sits on the same route 12 but some 10 kilometers further east. When getting off the bus, check at which station you are. Old Bo-Ko-So in town (Thai: Bo-Ko-So - Kao) is near the PJ Muay Thai Gym).
From Hua Lamphong, Bangkok to Phitsanulok, the northern line of the State Railway of Thailand, Bangkok-Chaing Mai, runs through Phitsanulok and trains take from six to seven hours to bring you to Phitsanulok.
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