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1 Month Muay Thai Training in Chiang Mai, Thailand

  • Lanna Kiat Busaba Muay Thai Camp 161, Soi Chang Kian, Huay Kaew Road, Thailand 50200

1 Month Muay Thai Training in Chiang Mai, Thailand

  • Lanna Kiat Busaba Muay Thai Camp 161, Soi Chang Kian, Huay Kaew Road, Thailand 50200

Muay Thai Training in Thailand

Welcome to the family of Lanna Muay Thai Camp! The camp runs on family-themed management and offers the opportunity for people to train professionally. Aside from that, the opportunity to gain insight and understanding of the ancient art of Muay Thai is also offered. The staff of the Lanna Muay Thai camp has been working very hard for several years together with young Thai boxers. The goal is to achieve success at the top level of competition as well as continue being considered one of the best Northern Muay Thai Training centres. If you want to be the best, come to Lanna Muay Thai Camp!

Highlights

  • Training on Mondays to Saturdays
  • Train with professional Muay Thai fighters
  • Training adjusted to your skill levels and abilities
  • Opportunities to watch professional Muay Thai fights
  • Opportunities to fight Muay Thai combats
  • 30 nights accommodation
  • 28 days with instruction
  • Thai, English
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Lanna Muay Thai Camp offers three shared rooms that accommodate two persons per room for rent. The rooms are in a large house on the grounds of the boxing camp. Each room is furnished with single beds and toilet and shower facilities. You can also rent a basic guest room furnished with your basic room necessities.

Training at the Lanna Boxing camp has no specific training schedule. Each training plan or routine varies per individual. All aspects of the training routine given are necessary to the complete development of the style and fitness. Trainings are from Mondays to Saturdays. However you can also request to have a training on Sundays.

Training schedule

Morning training

06:00 : Warm up / stretching

06:10 : 10 kilometers run

07:10 : Drills (knees, kicks teeps and punches on the bag)

07:30 : Shadow box (5 to 6 rounds)

08:00 : Bag work (4 to 5 rounds)

08:25 : Pad work (2 to 5 rounds)

08:50 : Clinching / sparring (alternate days up to 5 rounds)

09:15 : Drills

09:35 : Exercises (sit ups, push-ups, chin ups)

09:50 : Shadow box (2 to 3 rounds)

10:05 : Cool down stretch

Afternoon training

16:00 : Warm up / stretching

16:10 : 3 to 5 kilometers run

16:35 : Skip (4 rounds)

17:25 : Bag work (6 to 8 rounds)

18:05 : Pad work (5 to 6 rounds)

18:35 : Clinching / sparring (alternate days, 5 to 6 rounds)

19:05 : Drills

19:25 : Shadow box (3 to 4 rounds)

19:40 : Cool down stretch

Muay Thai

Muay Thai, as with all martial arts, takes many years to master, but a basic understanding of the technique is easily grasped and the style is very practical as an effective form of self-defense. Training is hard work and requires superior dedication to achieve a high level of success in the ring. The attitude of the Muay Thai boxers is such that everyone is welcome to train alongside the best fighters, given the heart for hard work and the desire to learn.

Lanna Muay Thai Camp is located at the foot of Doi Suthep Mountain overlooking Chiang Mai, in a residential area near the local university of Chiang Mai. Small shops and restaurants are easily accessible as they are only located nearby. The main road where the citys center is located about 800m walk away.

Activities
  • Activities
  • Gym
  • Gym nearby
  • Massage nearby
  • Spa nearby
  • Swimming pool nearby
General
  • General
  • Bar nearby
  • Caf nearby
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Multilingual staff
  • Restaurant nearby
Services
  • Services
  • ATM/banking nearby
  • Currency exchange nearby
  • Shop
  • Shop nearby
  • Tour assistance
  • Tour assistance nearby

If you wish to contribute to the food in the camp, you will be most welcome to eat with the other boxers though the northern Thai food may take some getting used to! Eating out, whether at street stalls or restaurants, food is generally very good and inexpensive with a wide variety of dishes including western.

Lanna Muay Thai Camp is located in the beautiful province of Chiang Mai. In Chiang Mai aside from doing or training Muay Thai and MMA, there are a lot of things you can do on your spare time. One of these things is to visit the different religious temples and cultural museums around Chiang Mai.

They also have gardens and nature parks, plus elephant parks and camps where you can explore with your family and friends. You can also have a rainforest canopy walk, motorcycling or rafting tour, and even try a river cruise.

And unlike other places in Thailand which is so close to the beaches, the Chiang Mai area is known for its mountainous area. But dont worry as you can still have fun and take a swim at Chiang Mais public and hotel pools. You can also check out the other pool resorts. Or swim at lakes and waterfalls. After exploring you might want to try tasting their delectable dishes or be pampered with a heavenly Thai massage that Thailand is also known for.

  • 30 nights accommodation
  • Daily training sessions Mondays through Saturdays
  • Plenty of free time to enjoy the site
  • Train with professional Muay Thai fighters
  • Airfare tickets
  • Travel insurance

Testimonials

  • Review by a traveler from the UK

    "I had no previous experience in Muay Thai. I wanted to do a few days of training and I knew that it's going to be hard- it was murder - 3 hours in the morning and 3 in the afternoon! The instructors were really professional and helped me so much- was more like 1 on 1. Really loved the place, the atmosphere!"

    TripAdvisor Website, edited

  • Review by Danielson

    "Accommodations - Speaking of accommodations, here is a little information on that. The camp has 3 rooms (2 person per room) that are onsite at the camp. Each room has its own toilet and shower, although there is no hot water. Accommodation at the camp is on a first come first serve basis, if there are no rooms available upon arrival there are several guesthouses, bungalows, and hotels within walking distance of the camp where people may stay. The basic guesthouse rooms outside the camp are usually a single room with toilet/shower and fan. Air conditioning is available but mostly unnecessary and expensive. The camp will help you find a room upon your arrival to suit your needs and budget.Facilities - The facilities in the gym include 2 rings, 12 bags, 1 speedball, 1 punching ball, 3 sit up benches, various basic free weights, medicine balls, monkey, chin up, and parallel bars. Utilizing the uniqueness of its surroundings, the camp uses the nearby mountain for some tough hill runs. The training area is partially roofed and open on 3 sides to allow some nice airflow and keep the gym cool.Trainers - Lanna has 8 Thai Trainers full time, 3 part time, as well as the owner who is a farang instructor. Additionally two of their long-term foreign fighters, including one woman, also help out with the new students. Each of the Trainers have their own fighters who they work with but all their fighters will also train with different trainers. Lanna gives everyone the chance to work with several different trainers, to find their favorite, and to give them the experience of different styles.The full time trainers are all at the Camp at least 5 days a week, some of us are here 7 days a week. The average class sizes can vary from weekend mornings with 5 people to mid-week afternoons with 40 people. The constant is the fighters, there are always people training to fight, even on Sundays. At times Lanna can have a lot of fighters competing at the same time the camp will be buzzing with intense training. Even during the quiet times, you can still find someone in the gym training, hard!Training Routine - The gym has 2 training sessions a day, in both the morning and afternoon. I have seen schedules on many gyms, which only include about 2-2.5 hours of training. Lannas sessions go for almost 4 hours. As a result, you will get into excellent fitness shape extremely quick. It is also important and much overlooked that the sessions include a warm up and cool down stretch. This helps avoid injuries and aids in your recovery time.Fighting - Lanna is usually having about 2 flights a week as a camp. At times, it can be as many as four fights in a week. One question I specifically contacted the camp and asked was how they determine if someone is ready to fight. I wanted to know if it was necessary to spend a specific amount of time at the camp, or were there other means of evaluating this. Here is how Lanna determines if someone is ready to fight.The camp will determine if a person has experience or the ability to get into the ring to fight with your first training session. In the case you are a new or first time fighters, the only criteria is a true desire and willingness in your heart to not only have a go in the ring, but put in the effort into the training, and with about one to two months training, a basic level of fitness and basic technique you will be able to have your first fight.Administration / Office - There are a couple strengths here as far as I can determine. First off, it is a farang owned school, and the owner Andy (who is also a trainer) handles all the correspondence. It is always an advantage to have a Western person in charge to handle any issues that may arise, in my opinion. An example is how quickly Andy returned my email when I contacted him with additional questions I had regarding the camp.His response was in the same day, and it was very detailed. Andy also seems very willing to aid the guests with any services that are necessary for them to enjoy their stay, from arranging tours to finding accommodations. These small touches do not go unnoticed and would give Lanna an edge in determining if it is the right camp to attend.Extracurricular - There are plenty of things to do around the area when you are not training. The camp is located at the foot of a mountain, so hiking and rock climbing are among the first activities that comes to mind. There is also a famous temple in Chang Mai called the Doi Suthep temple, which has 304 steps to reach the top. Other activities include Elephant treks, blues and jazz bars, golf courses and the night bazaar.Uniqueness - I asked Andy what makes the camp unique. Why should someone chose Lanna over another camp. He had a great response. Here is what he said: Consistency. We are really no different from any other Muay Thai gym in Thailand. We live our life training for the same thing, to fight every week at the local stadiums and country fairs, the big city and overseas when we are good enough.We are different because of our strong foreign support, we have had several long term, 2 years or more, foreign fighters stay with us and many of our students, fighting or not, come back year after year to spend time training and living at the Camp. Muay Thai is about family and we have a large extended family after our 15 years together. When it comes to training, we ensure good basic technique and understanding of what you are doing, and the chance to experience and (maybe) live the life of a Muay Thai fighter.I gotta tell you that sounds great to me. I love the fact that people come back to the camp again and again. That is always a good sign. I also hit up a lot of forums and always hear good things about Lanna, which is promising. "

    Camp Spotlight: Lanna Muay Thai - Dan's Muay Thai MMA.com website, edited

  • Review by Natasha

    "I have trained Muay Thai in England for many years and always dreamed of training in Thailand. I visited the gym to see if and when I could train. All members I met were very friendly and very welcoming. My training session was great, feeling like I have learnt a lot. It's not the fanciest gym, but that didn't effect anything. A proper sweaty workout. Would defiantly recommend to friends & visit again when I return to Thailand."

    November 2015. TripAdvisor Website, edited

  • Review by a traveler from Canada

    "If you want to train for real this is the place. Not set up to be a tourist entertainment center. Real fighters doing real training. You can go at your own pace. If you are hardcore and in training the staff here can certainly take your skill set up. If you just want to take off some weight and get in shape you can do that too. This is a real camp with real fighters. I highly recommend this place as a true muay thai training facility. I have been going here for years and will continue to go back."

    March 2014. TripAdvisor Website, edited