from China, January 2018
As beginner i trained one week with teamquest. The instructors where very nice and skillfull. I had a great group with all different levels of experience in muay thai. I learned a lot amd had a lot of fun!
from United States, September 2017
Great place to learn Muay Thai and get fit! I felt so much better one week of training. Wish I could've stayed longer!
cervero459 New Zealand
I spent the last three weeks in Chiang Mai learning Muay Thai with very good Thai trainers and Brazilian jiu jitsu with a black belt professor Silvio cesar peixoto is a great coach and really good at breaking down techniques!. It was a great experience and a very nice team. I definitely will be back!
Team Quest has created a great environment for learning and getting into great shape and is accommodating for fighters of all experience levels. The Muay Thai classes offer a lot of one-on-one time with the coaches with a lot of pad work. Every student gets a chance to hit pads with a kru and the pad work is catered to the student's skill level. That makes this class great for beginners and experienced guys.
The BJJ class is phenomenal. Professor Bruno is a great coach and really good at breaking down techniques. The class has many different skill levels and belts so there is someone for everybody to roll with. This place is definitely worth checking out if you are stopping in Chiang Mai.
Sami F. France
Definitely worth it. Premium or VIP seats are 600 and 400 for normal seats but during the first fight, they are definitely worth it. The fighters are respectful and fight to the end which was not the case at more expensive or serious venue in BKK. Not that many locals but some comments in English which help a little bit. The fights are geared towards tourists but as there is not much else to see in CNX apart from the night markets it is a must see.