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It’s proven that eating a clean diet, living in nature and partaking in exercise can greatly improve mental health and this programme is all about detoxifying your life. If you are battling with anxiety and depression, addictions, at Battle Conquer you will be with like-minded souls living with a loving family, soaking up their traditional way of life. Muay Thai Battle Conquer Gym looks forward to welcoming you to their beautiful rural retreat.
The small and humble village is mostly made up of family and farming folk, you’ll find Battle Conquer hidden in the middle of miles of rice fields that stretch out as far as the famous hills. We have 30 purpose-built lodges at their family home, making camp accommodation very convenient with the gym facilities and Noi’s Cafe being only steps from your door. Staying at the family home means submerging yourself in the camp culture, you’ll find it vibrant and friendly yet completely cut off from the stresses of modern day life.
My aunty and her family own and run Kwaing Sai Hotel so you’re in good hands! The hotel is 4km from our camp, this takes approximately 10 minutes by car. We arrange transport throughout the day for your convenience to and from the hotel. Located on the edge of Smo Thot town you’ll be closer to some great coffee shops, restaurants and the local markets. As you’ll be spending your days at the camp you still soak up our village life and family appeal.
The Weight Loss & Detox Programs aren’t just about food and exercise, instead they’re about detoxifying your life. Exercising, eating a clean diet, living in nature and partaking in mindful exercises, such as yoga and meditation are considered to greatly improve mental health as well as the physical self. At the end of the day, the two go hand in hand.
Now imagine being at a retreat that combines all of these and puts them together such a way that your new lifestyle change becomes second nature.
You’ll start with the “Raw Fest” (optional may not be suitable for all guests.) This allows the colon to rest by removing a complex diet and providing natural energy and vitamins from raw foods. After five days your body will be ready to start enjoying our fresh Thai food packed with heaps of nutrition.
To help you reset & unwind we have daily guided meditation at unique locations like our nature walk and pretty local temples with their unusual architecture. There are hikes that take you to breathtaking views & Thai massage treatments to help you unwind and help boost muscle recovery.
We offer a variety of different yoga styles such as vinyasa, yin and hatha, please ask for a copy of our latest schedule for more information,
Sunday is the gym excursion day, please see included excursions for more details. Please note that the schedule is subject to change and availability.
The Meditation experience is very special, in the week you will have the opportunity to take part in guided meditations delivered by our experienced yoga and meditation instructors, learning key meditation skills in some beautiful locations in the countryside or temples. The week ends with a spiritual trip to our local temple for teachings and guided meditation from our only English-speaking monk.
Muay Thai Battle Conquer is a traditional, family-run gym with deep roots in the fight game. The Keawma family has been involved in fighting, training, and promoting Muay Thai for decades, they accept all levels of fitness and experience making it perfect for all, age and ability are no barrier!
The name of the gym itself comes from the Thai saying Phichit Suk, said to fighters for good luck and translating to “battle conquer.”
Take the Battle Conquer challenge of climbing three hundred steep steps to a hillside temple set in a cave as many times as you can in one hour or simply relax at the top taking in the magnificent views.
The first stop is the market to buy bananas, make sure you have a lot as there is going to be plenty of hungry monkeys. Next stop is the pretty Fish Temple set out on a jetty with stone steps leading down to the water. Give a donation for a bag of fish food and be amazed at the sheer size of the fish ready to greet you.
Four times a week we take you to a different local temple to sit and mediate with our teachers. The temples are all very different and beautiful with plenty of interesting architecture and paintings to see.
Guidance and teachings from our humble Monk, the only one in this province who speaks English.
Be sure to have your shoulders and knees covered when visiting any of the temples, shoes must be taken off before you go in. Also, as part of Thai tradition, it is good manners to leave a donation in the collection box to help pay towards the running costs and utility bills.
Everyone looks forward to the Sunday rest day! There are many beautiful places to visit in Phetchabun so on Sunday, they take you to their favourites. It could be the stunning Nong Pye Lake, one of Phetchabun's largest set deep in the valley with beautiful panoramic views, take a raft out and relax, swim, fish, if you’d like refreshments, it’s not a problem, simply wave a flag and you can order the most delicious food and drinks delivered to your raft.
We have several hikes that we use throughout the year depending on the season. Some take you into the jungle to a pretty waterfall, others up to the big lake for swimming or off on a tour of the countryside.
Pau has been trained by his uncle and fighting since the age of four. By the age of 14, he had more than 100 fights under his belt and was recruited to fight out of the Wy Cun Gym in Bangkok, where he trained and fought alongside Saensak Muangsurin, the great boxer who became the WBC welterweight. Pau built a record of 58 wins and 10 losses during his time in Bangkok. Pau continued to develop a wealth of Muay Thai knowledge to this day, which he teaches in a traditional and very intuitive style. Whether just beginning or a seasoned fighter, you’ll be sure to learn a great deal from him.
Bee is one of our home grown fighters, and has been training at Battle Conquer Gym since the age of 9. While his fighter name is Pet Tai, referees tend to refer to him as Hitman. They are not fooled by his sweet face as they know him to be a killer in the ring, particularly skilled in elbow technique. He has had 58 fights (winning 34 times), and is somewhat famous at the Nakhon Sawan Stadium, one of the biggest venues in the area. He can be bashful, but is very playful and a delight to be around.
Bey is one of our masters, with 128 fights under his belt (75 wins), and all at the tender age of 22. He has multiple championships in Bangkok, at both the Lumpini and Rajadamnern stadiums, and was once light weight champion in Chiang Mai. He is known for being quick in the ring, and will coach you to be the same as he gets you powered up and fight ready. But trying to punch Bey will be one of the hardest challenges you face at Battle Conquer.
Yo has 25 western boxing fights and 71 Muay Thai fights under his belt. He's represented Thailand at olympic level for Western Boxing and we are lucky to have such a talented fighter and trainer at our camp. Coaching now for five years you will learn a lot from Yo.
Quan has been in the ring 57 times and won 32 fights. Among these fights is premiering at Saraburi stadium, one of the largest in Thailand. He recently returned to Battle Conquer after a few months absence and due to his wonderfully welcoming attitude to all guests he was greeted heartily upon his return. He is strong, fast and can adapt to all levels.
Pepo is our youngest trainer, but don’t let that fool you. At 17 he has already been fighting for 10 years, and has fought in 30 matches. He started his training in Pattaya and won a belt in Sattahip. His kicks in particular are acrobatic, and it is fun to watch him as he flies through the air. Let him teach you how to do the same. Pepo is quiet and gentle and a particularly good trainer for beginners.
Luk, another native of Battle Conquer Gym, has been training here since the age of 12. He has 45 fights to his name (28 wins), and once earned the title of Light Weight Champion at Phitsanulok. He has expert technique, particularly adept with his knees and elbows. But he also has a secret weapon in the ring, he disarms his opponents with his broad and unceasing smile. He is full of energy, a wonderful jokester, and loves teaching.
Jad has been fighting for over 30 years, and has racked up 360 fights. Included in this count is winning the light weight championship in North Thailand. To expand his skills further Jad traveled to Myanmar where he fought and won in Muay Kaad Chuek, a bare knuckles form of boxing native to that country. Before coming to Battle Conquer Gym Jad opened a gym in his home town where he taught young kids to fight. Jad is tireless, and while he will push you to your limits, he is known around here for how encouraging he is.
Training since the age of 12, Jacks has fought in Bangkok in both the Lumpini and Rajadamnern stadiums, once winning the championship at the latter. All told he has been in 300 fights. He spent three years in China, teaching Muay Thai and learning Chinese, before returning to Thailand to join us at Battle Conquer Gym. He is soft spoken and a caring gentle warrior.
With 200 fights under his belt, and 145 wins, Game is a highly expert coach. In fact, he has himself trained two fighters through to championship wins. After he was named Champion of North Thailand, he traveled to China where he taught Muay Thai for a year. While he has the skills of an expert champion, his gift is always making people feel good about their workouts, even beginners.
An untouched paradise set in the heart of Thailand’s farmland, the province of Phetchabun is a quiet, peaceful place where you can feel at home in nature.
There are so many amazing experiences to be had here from visiting temples and meditating with monks to taking out a raft on the largest lake to fully kicking back and relaxing.
With so many stunning views to be had in the undisturbed part of the world it feels as if time has stood still.
Located in Bueng Sam Phan, Phetchabun, Thailand.
Noi's Cafe serves up wholesome Thai food in a canteen style offering two different dishes accompanied with rice and salads or vegetables. Thai food is one of the tastiest and healthiest foods around the world and here in the farmland it’s even more nutritious. All the fresh food is carefully selected and bought from the local markets every morning. If you’ve ever wondered what real, home-cooked Thai food tastes like you will find out at Noi’s Cafe.
Noi's Cafe home-cooked Thai meals are full of a variety of different vegetables, fruit and herbs and spices, providing a range of nutrients and health benefits. Noi's Cafe does not use any dairy and only have the freshest cuts of white meat or fish (optional). This makes the food incredibly healthy and detoxifying, a clean eating diet like this one is perfect for weight loss.
Breakfast at Noi's is the most important meal of the day, it's protein and fibre rich to keep you full, that said if you are at the camp and feeling peckish at lunchtime fresh fruit and salads are available on request.
While we try to cater for everyone please be aware that you will be traveling to Thailand’s farmland, far away from the usual tourist destination, we are the first camp of our kind. Our family cook all the food and the standard diet is white meat, fish, eggs, tofu, nuts, rice, fresh vegetables and fruits. It’s all locally sourced and brought fresh from the markets, the fruit and vegetables served will depend on what is in season.
In addition to fights, these country carnivals usually have a big selection of rides, carnival games, live music, dancing and great food.
Hire one of their bikes and go off and explore the beautiful countryside and the many hidden temples. Moped hire is 150 to 350 THB. Bicycle hire is 100 THB per day.
Two Thai massage treatments at the salon in town
Transfer available for additional US$86 per person
Please book your flights to arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) in Bangkok. Airport transfer can be arranged at an additional 2.900 THB per car per way, please coordinate your flight details with Muay Thai Battle Conquer Gym prior to your arrival date. Or a private transfer from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to the bus station can also be arranged at an additional cost of 1.050 THB to be paid to the driver directly. This is to ensure that that you catch the correct bus to Smo Thot. Once you had reached Smo Thot, a tuk tuk pick up service can be arrange to transfer you to the camp/hotel at 150 THB
First catch a taxi to Mo Chit bus station,(Bangkok). Once at Mo Chit bus station buy a first class ticket too Smo Thot 239 Baht. When your on the bus leaving Bangkok please let us know so we know what time you will arrive in Smo Thot. So we can let our tuk tuk drivers know your time of arrival they will bring you to the camp/hotel (tuk tuk cost to camp 150 baht). Talk to the driver and the assistant on the bus and tell them you want to stop at Smo Thot. NOTE* do not go to Phetchabun city stop off at Smo Thot. Address: 26 Moo 11 Nong Chaeng, Bueng Sam Phan District, Phetchabun, 67160
Check in is open from 6am til 10pm, please coordinate your arrival time directly with Battle Conquer Gym. If you are catching the bus the last one leaves at 4pm.
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