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2 Weeks Intermediate and Advanced Muay Thai Training in Bangkok, Thailand

2 Weeks Intermediate and Advanced Muay Thai Training in Bangkok, Thailand

  • 3/42 Moo 3 Sukhonthasawat Road, Ladphrao, กรุงเทพมหานคร 10230, Thailand

Muay Thai Training Camp in Bangkok, Thailand

Join the passionate Nak Muay team in an intensive training camp that will revolutionize your striking skills and get you in the best shape of your life. Take a trip of a lifetime to experience what Muay Thai is like in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand!


  • Training sessions twice daily
  • Seminars with elite level Thai champions
  • Tickets to either Lumpinee or Rajadamnern stadium
  • Top level training facilities and trainers
  • Guided tour of the city of Bangkok
  • 13 nights private accommodation
  • 10 days with instruction
  • English
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You will be staying at At the Kiatthada Resort right by the gym. Accommodation is private one, so single rooms will be provided during the whole training period.


With world class Thai trainers, a motivated team of Muay Thai practitioners, and top quality training facilities, everyone who attends a Nak Muay Nation Training Camp improves dramatically in both their technique and fitness.

Add in private seminars with elite Muay Thai champions and group outings to the prestigious Bangkok stadiums, and you’ve got everything you could possibly need to reach your fight and fitness goals.

You will also have the chance to fight in the ring. If you choose to fight there are local promotions that will match you up fairly based on your experience level and weight. Promotions for amateurs include MBK Fight Night and Muay Thai Live. For more advanced fighters there are opportunities to fight on Max Muay Thai, Buakaw’s promotion and even Lumpinee stadium. Nak Muay Nation will also provide you a personalized video of your fight that will be showcased on the Muay Thai Guy Youtube channel! This will include your training leading up to the fight, pre-fight thoughts, highlights of the fight and your post fight reactions. You’ll get to share your experiences with your friends and family and always have this video to look back on in the future.

Typical daily schedule


5:30am - Wake up and eat a banana/drink some water.

6:45am - Head to Khongsittha to do either a long distance run (about 3.5 miles) or group sprints

7:45am - Return to the gym and start warming up

8:00am - Shadowbox for 3 rounds with 10-20 pushups after each round

8:30am - Split up into two groups - 1 group does heavy bag work while the other group does pad work with a trainer

9:10am - Start doing some light clinching or technique work lead by one of the trainers.

9:35am - Finish off with bodyweight circuits/ab training

9:50am - Stretch and cool down


Shower, lunch, and nap


2:45pm - Head to the gym and start warming up

3:00pm - Jump rope for 15 minutes

3:15pm - Shadowbox for 3 rounds followed by pushups or other bodyweight exercises

3:30pm - Split up into 2 groups (heavy bag/pad work)

4:15pm - Practice clinching, technique work or sparring

4:45pm - Finish up with abs, burnout drills or a bodyweight circuit

5:00pm - Stretch and cool down


Eat dinner

Muay Thai

Muay Thai is a combat sport that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. This physical and mental discipline which includes combat on shins is known as "the art of eight limbs" because it is characterized by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees, shins.

Muay Thai is associated with a good physical preparation that makes a full-contact fighter very efficient. It became widespread internationally in the twentieth century, when practitioners defeated notable practitioners of other martial arts.

Muay Thai can be traced back to the 16th century, developed from the fighting style of the famous fighter Nai Khanomtom. Its ancestor is Muay Boran (or “ancient boxing”), which in the 1930s was formalized with rules and equipment influenced by Western boxing.

Nak Muay Nation Training Camp

Nak Muay Nation Training Camp's goal is to help you unleash your full potential and to experience the unique beauty of Muay Thai in its motherland of Thailand. If you’re a serious practitioner who wants to see incredible improvement in both your technique and conditioning, these training camps were made for you!

You’ll be following a professionally structured training regimen that consists of all the proven training methods that are essential to your Muay Thai development. These methods include all the basics (i.e. group runs, shadowboxing, pad work etc.) as well as more advanced training such as sparring and technique drills. On top of that you’ll also have seminars taught by champion Thai fighters and have the opportunity to participate in strength and conditioning sessions led by the head coach of The Sports Authority of Thailand.

Along with the exceptional training you’ll get every day at Khongsittha Gym, you will also be able to enjoy your down time in your private AC accommodation or by exploring the beautiful culture of Thailand (and the Bangkok nightlife too).

A guided tour of Bangkok is included in the package.

  • Brett Hlavacek

    Being trained by Kru Phil Nurse, Brett developed a traditional Thai fighting style that is similar to what is practiced in Thailand. With his pinpoint accuracy, knockout power and amazing timing with his counters, Brett has finished a majority of his opponents. Brett is also a seasoned trainer from The Wat in NYC who routinely corners fighters on shows like Friday Night Fights, Warriors Cup and others.

  • Paul Banasiak

    Paul’s fighting style is a mix of a traditional Muay Thai evolved through true American Boxing and Dutch kickboxing. His strengths lie in adaptability depending on the opponent and situation, no two fights are ever alike. He holds knockouts with all 8 points and has finished most of his opponents with shots to the body earning the nickname of “Reaper”. As a coach, he believes it is most important to pick opponents apart with technique and skill, creating a beautiful sight of violence. In addition to that, he is huge on building athletics and skill through consistency and dedication.


Bangkok is an exciting and vibrant city of over 12 million people. The greater metropolitan area of Bangkok extends for more than 32 kilometers (20 miles) in all directions. Situated in the central plains of Thailand, on the Chao Phraya River near the Gulf of Thailand, Bangkok is Thailand`s administrative, economic, and cultural centre, as well as a major commercial and transportation hub for South-east Asia.

You need not travel far in Bangkok to find the trappings of modern civilization give way to historical treasures and traditional culture and heritage. A rich history, fabulous shopping, colorful night life, sumptuous food, and plenty of fun. Although Bangkok, one of the largest cities in the world, is crowded, fast paced, and rather polluted, you can easily find the traditional and spiritual side at one of the many ancient temples.

One visit to Bangkok is seldom enough. It is a city that will whet the appetite of those with an inquisitive nature and a thirst for adventure. There are unending contrasts around every corner, Bangkok is truly unique. Despite the traffic congestion, its not hard to get around by using the BTS Skytrain, the MRT Metro (subway, or underground), the Chao Phrya Express Boats (river buses), and the ubiquitous colorful taxis.

  • Fitness center
  • Golf driving range nearby
  • Gym
  • Massage nearby
  • Shopping nearby
  • Spa nearby
  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Balcony
  • Garden
  • Multilingual staff
  • Restaurant nearby
  • Cable TV
  • Free parking
  • Free toiletries
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Internet access
  • Room cleaning
  • Scooter / motorcycle rental nearby
  • Toiletries
  • Washer
  • Wireless internet

Food is not included in the package. However, food is cheap in Thailand (especially the Thai food) and ranges from 50-150 baht per meal. If you wanted western food (more expensive) it would be between 200-400 baht. There are plenty of food stalls surrounding the gym and a nice western cafe/restaurant as well. You can also grab a 5 minute taxi ride to supermarkets to buy groceries and other snacks to munch on throughout the day.

On off days people like to do a variety of things:

Get massages or relax at a nearby pool/sauna.

Check out temples, night markets and other tourist attractions.

Go gear shopping at a Muay Thai shop.

Go clubbing and experience the Bangkok nightlife.

Within walking distance there are massage parlors, small restaurants/food stalls/markets, convenient stores, pharmacies and most of what you need. There are also shopping malls within 5-10 minutes taxi ride and hotel spas/pools/bathhouses about the same distance.

  • 13 nights accommodation
  • A guided day tour around Bangkok to check out tourist attractions on your off day
  • Daily 2 times training sessions a day which include 3-5 rounds of pad work with a trainer
  • Seminars by top Thai fighters like Saenchai, Petchboonchu and others
  • Tickets to either Lumpinee or Rajadamanern stadium to watch Muay Thai fights
  • Airfare tickets
  • Food
  • Miscellaneous expenses
  • Laundry
  • Transportation

Arrival by airplane

Arrive at Don Mueng Airport (DMK) or Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). From there, you can take a taxi to the gym. Taxis in Thailand is super cheap, and the easiest way to get around, especially when you first arrive and don't know the way around town yet.

  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.