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1 Month of Muay Thai in Maret Lamai, Koh Samui

  • Jun Muay Thai Boxing Camp, 164/4 Moo 4, Maret Lamai, 84310

Jun Muay Thai Boxing Camp

Junmuaythai is one of the newest Thai boxing camps located in Koh Samui. It is a 100% Thai owned gym that not only offers muay thai training but also offers yoga classes, circuit-training classes, and also have a fitness gym. Jun Muay Thai Koh Samui also prides itself as a muay thai gym that has a family-friendly and unique atmosphere.

Jun Muay Thai Koh Samui training style

Jun Muay Thai offers muay thai training, handled by highly respected ex-stadium fighters and champions that has more than enough muay thai experience. Aside from having highly qualified trainers, Junmuaythai also has a notably strong reputation among locals and international muay thai enthusiasts from beginner to fighter level for giving quality muay thai training. Because of this, Jun Muay Thai Boxing Camp is considered to be one of the top muay thai training camps in Koh Samui.

Highlights

  • 30 nights accommodation
  • 28days of muay thai training
  • Highly qualified ex-stadium fighters and champion trainers
  • Multilingual Staff
  • 100 % Thai owned training camp
  • Non training partner welcome
  • 28 days with instruction
  • Thai, English
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Testimonials

  • Review by Deepanker
    10 out of 10

    "Hi Jun, I have just returned from Thailand and I have been through 4 different camps. I must say that I found your camp to be the best in terms of toughness of training, cleanliness and with trainers having a very big heart and willingness to teach muay thai. Thank you very much for good time. Please do send me regards to all the trainers that I know, Yo, Suk, Deeday, Lek and other ones that I don't remember the names. Do keep everyone of them happy, as they are really the best trainers I have seen in any gym. Of course, I know that you have been taking a lot of care in doing that;So All the best. Regards"

    Jun Muay Thai website, edited

  • Review by Robert and Debra
    10 out of 10

    "Jun and Sam. A belated thankyou for all you have did for Briony while she was in Thailand. She has become a very independent and focused individual and you two must take a lot of the credit for this. Her Muay Thai has come on leaps and bounds and it was great to see her fight -we are sure she will have many more. Thanks for letting Briony become part of "your family" It was also great to meet you guys! You have been doing great things there in Koh Samui and we wish you all the very best with the gym and your other ventures. Thanks for being so welcoming to us - we had an absolute blast. See you both soon.All the Best Briony's parents xx "

    Jun Muay Thai website, edited

  • Review by FelMor from United States
    10 out of 10

    "Training Structure: the training at junmuaythai was excellent; everything was structured properly from running to getting high quality pad instructor from great trainers.Trainers' Techniques: They care about your progress, they oversee all workouts and make sure if you are supposed to hit the bag with your right leg 300 times that you ACTUALLY do it, you will not leave unless you do whats needed to be done.their motto is go hard or go home.Trainers' English: Excellent spoken englishGym Equipment: Is a muay thai gym, there's no needs for weights or machines, if you need all that there's a body building gym down the street. what you actually need is there and is of great quality.Costs:Great prices Location: Lamai beach can be too isolated at times.Overall Rating: What else can I say, Jun is a great trainer, and the other young trainers as well as a few Thai veterans are great also and provide HIGH quality instruction. The moment I walked in I felt comfortable, their structure of training is very good and best of all they make sure you do what you need to do, everything is watched.if they tell you to kick 500 times you better believe someone will be counting your kicks. I mean listen, I have been to Thailand twice and have already went to 3 camps, those other camps you pay you work out and it is what it is, whether you kick the bag or not is up to you. Here at Jun Muay Thai you are not leaving until your workout is done. Sometimes we would stay an hour and a half after training class is done and Im just above a beginner. I'm not even a fighter for their camp, which would not be beneficial for them but it is for me.Lastly, remember, having a harder training is actually good. :) "

    Jun Muay Thai reviews - MuayThailand website, edited