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Come and join Muay Thai Training Thailand for this camp. You will learn everything about real traditional and fundamental Muay Thai techniques, using the part of body, fists, elbows, knees, feet, and Muay Thai clinch, offense, and defense. You will stay in a beautiful bungalow near the camp and other attractive places that help you relax after practicing and attack-oriented fights.
The outback hostel is a home-stay style bungalow living with a local, quiet, peaceful, and friendly environment, close to a restaurant and takeaway shop. Dragon Muay Thai, Tiger Muay Thai are all within walking distance of this hostel. Each room is equipped with a large bed, air conditioning, 60 channels in the cable television, refrigerator, hot and cold shower, and high-speed Wi-Fi internet. All of this with beautiful views of the hills looking up to Big Buddha and beautiful garden surroundings.
The outback hostel is trying to fill the void that is cheap or budget-friendly accommodations that still offers privacy, luxury, and stunning surroundings. The outback hostel is situated on the eastern side of Phuket island about 10 minutes to Phuket town and beaches. It is set in very quiet surroundings offering a peaceful getaway from the hustle of other places on the island.
Technique training classes run for two times a day, the morning and afternoon sessions. These classes are purely technique training. The Muay Thai training is learning by doing to make sure students fully understand the Muay Thai technique.
Phuket is the biggest island in Thailand, approximately the size of Singapore, located in the Andaman sea off southern Thailand. The island is mostly mountainous with a mountain range in the west of the island from the north to the south and it is approximately 862 kilometers away from the south of Bangkok. Phuket is divided into three administrative counties, namely Amphoe Muang, Amphoe Thalang, and Amphoe Kathu.
The highest elevation of the island is Mai Thao Sip Song at 529 meters above the sea level. It is estimated that Phuket has a total area of approximately 570 square kilometers including the provinces other islands. The main island’s total length, from north to south, is about 50 kilometers and approximately 20 kilometers wide. The island does not have any major rivers except for a total of nine brooks and creeks.
Phuket borders on Phang-nga province to the north. The other three sides are encircled by the Andaman sea the place where many of the best diving sites are located. The island is connected to Phang-nga province by Sarasin bridge and Thep Krasattri bridge. Phuket’s topology is exceptional with 70 percent of its area covered with mountains which stretch from north to south and the remaining 30 percent being plains located in the central and eastern parts of the island.
Most of Phuket's nightlife and its cheap shopping are located in Patong, and the area has become increasingly developed. Patong means "the forest filled with banana leaves" in Thai. Other popular beaches are located in the south of Patong. In a counterclockwise direction, these include Karon beach, Kata beach, Kata Noi beach, and around the southern tip of the island, Nai Harn beach and Rawai.
To the north of Patong are Kamala beach, Surin beach, and Bang Tao beach. These areas are generally much less developed than Patong and sought out by individuals, families, and other groups with a preference for more relaxed and less crowded environs than Patong. There are many islands to the southeast, including Bon island, just a short boat trip away. There are several coral islands to the south of Phuket, the Similan islands lie to the northwest and Phi Phi islands to the southeast. Islanders engage in a lively tourist trade, catering to snorkelers and scuba divers.
In July 2005, Phuket was voted one of the world’s top five retirement destinations by the acclaimed Fortune magazine. There are thousands of expatriates living in Phuket, many of them retirees. A favorite spot for them is Phuket beach as it is very convenient. Costs in Phuket have shot up over the past decade, making it one of Thailand's more expensive retirement destinations.
The Phuket International Airport (HKT) is located in the north of the island. There are many scheduled flights and chartered flights from domestics and other countries in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America landing in Phuket. There is no rail line to Phuket but the trains do run to nearby Surat Thani. Songthaews, passenger pick-up vehicles, are a common mode of transport on Phuket.
Phuket’s songthaews are larger than those found in other areas of Thailand. They travel to the town and beaches. There are also conventional bus services and motorbike taxis. The latter are found in large numbers in the main town and at Patong beach. The traditional Tuk-tuks have been replaced by small vans, mostly red or some are yellow. Songthaews are the cheapest mode of transportation for travel from town to town.
Included in the price of this retreat are breakfast facilities.
Phuket spa is the most famous pool and sauna in Phuket, Thailand and Muay Thai students on come there on Sundays during their off-training. The outdoor pool, two heated sauna, and two Thai herbal steam sauna rooms are located nearby the outback bungalow. The body treatments are not included in the price.
Please book your flight to arrive at Phuket International Airport (HKT). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request at an additional cost of 950 THB.