Rawai Muay Thai offers first rate Muay Thai training with comfortable accommodation.
He is the founder and owner of Rawai Muay Thai. Tuk's passion is to watch his students fight. He trains both Thai and foreign fighters. On his free time he enjoys fishing and spending time in the outdoors.
He trained and fought in Bangkok for many years. Now he teaches at Rawai Muay Thai camp in Khao Lak.
He still fights occasionally, but spends most of his time in the gym sharing his knowledge. He also performs Muay Boran.
Trainer Du is also proficient in Muay Boran.
Trainer Pan started as a young fighter for Rawai. Now he teaches full time and still fights occasionally.
Naboon was Tuk's trainer in Bangkok. Now, many years later, he is supervising our young talented kids at the camp.
Hua Deng helps Naboon on training the young Thai boxers in the camp.
Trainer Dam is one of the trainers you will see everyday during your training.
from Nepal, June 2019
Training was great. Make sure you ease into it a bit as it is very hardcore exercise for 4 hours a day. I stayed a month and learned a lot. The trainers are mostly very friendly and helpful, if you want to focus on technique more than power or something like that tell them and thethey will accommodate for you. Rooms were good. On site cafe good. Ate a lot at a local place called Pornthips partway to the main road past the Meera restaurant that was amazing and big portions for cheaper prices than at the place called Tik's.
Pool was good to use and the area was quiet. Secular area for focusing on training which was what I wanted. You can rent motorbikes to go places though.
You will sweat so much here. Bring a smaller towel to class to wipe it off or be sitting in a puddle lol
from China, February 2019
The quality of instruction was good and there were plenty of instructors but at times the classes were too big. The accommodation was fantastic but I did not stay at the camp.