Review Of Muaythai-Thailand.com
June 20, 2012 11:05 AM

   

Although I have never tried muay thai, also known as thai boxing, after checking out MuayThai-Thailand.com I am certainly more curious about it. The website introduced me to Suwit Muay Thai Camp & Gym, located in the Phuket province in Thailand. A camp where everyone is welcome to stay and train muay thai, regardless of age, gender and previous muay thai experience. And people from all over the world have stayed here, even people from Sweden.

Now the Suwit Mauy Thai Camp has been open for over 25 years and is staffed with experienced muay thai trainers. The camp is located at a beautiful island and has affordable accommodations. All necessary equipment and room needed for training muay thai thailand can also be found at the camp. And in case anyone is curious, there are lots of photos of the camp, accommodations and previous guests available on the website.

Also available on the website is further information of what type of training this camp offers, as well as prices of course. For example, a special package of muay thai training for one month which includes a private room with fan and private bathroom costs 11,000 Baht (355 USD or 256 EUR). A onetime training session costs 500 Thai Baht (16 USD or 12 EUR). So there are plenty of different options to choose from. And the Suwit Muay Thai Camp is open all year round with training two times a day, morning and afternoon.

Although I have never been to Thailand or to this camp, it does sound pretty intriguing to try muay thai for the first time in its place of origin. Because of course muay thai, or thai boxing, originates from Thailand. Either way, I had a nice visit on this website and I learned a few new things as well. Like the fact that Thai Boxing is called Muay Thai in Thai. :-)

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