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Muay Thai training camp in Chiang Mai, Thailand

   

 

ABOUT US

Por Silaphaigym is an authentic Muay Thai camp located in the city of Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand. The gym opened in 2011 in the suburban area of Chiang Mai city and moved to the city center in 2015. Since then our camp gradually expanded from a small family business to a bigger, better and well recognized Muay Thai camp with all the supports from our partners, friends, family and dear customers around the world. Our camp provides many types of training program to suit customers requirements. Training programs ranges from two hour session to long term professional program, for kids above 6yrs to professional fighters.

Por Silaphaigym is a legally register Muay Thai camp under the Sport Authority of Thailand since 2012. Our owner Mr. Prasit Silaphai or Khrue Sith is a certified Muay Thai ฺB-License trainer (since 2017)and recognized by the Board of Boxing Sport of Thailand. Our camp is one of a highly standard, reliable and legitimate Muay Thai camp in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

 

Location

Our camp is about or 5 minutes from the Chaing Mai gate (South gate) of the old city or just 10 minutes from Chiang Mai international airport. The gym has 6x6 meters ring and fully equipped with all facilities for every students. It is may be in the city area but still private, relaxed atmosphere, giving our customers a Muay Thai traditional feel which rather different from air-conditioned gyms.

What is Muay Thai

Muay Thai is the Thai national heritage from the past until present day. It is well know and the most recognized of Thai culture among Thai and foreigners. Major boxing tricks or Mae Mai Muay Thai is the martial art developed since the ancient time. It has a reputation of a unique combination of punch, elbow, knees and ankle fluently and efficiency in fighting. Whai Krue or the spectacular of rhythmic dance moves illustrates the respected to the trainer in the eyes of spectators.

 

Want to know more about our camp:

We mad this clip as a memo of our camp. It's almost a year since we moved to Chiang Mai city center. There were many great times and fond memories we shared with our dear customers. Here is a video clips sum up about what happen in year 2015-2016. It has some details about our camp, our training program, you can take a look and enjoy.

 

Looking for different vacation experience?

Why don't you give yourself a different vacation, try something different from normal. We have a training package ranging from one day to one month including accommodation, food and fun. If you are looking a place for Training and become a professional fighter, we have just the right package for you. Start your journey with us at Por Silaphaigym and reach your goal together. Give us a chance to help you success your goal. It's not an easy journey to be a winner. Let us guide you on this difficult path and be proud and joy along the way when you archive your goal. Because, you are not just a customer, but here you are our family member,

If you like to have more information or check availability of training and accommodation, you can leave a message in the contact us box, or email us at p.silaphaigym@gmail.com

Hopefully we will see you in Chiang Mai soon.

Por Silaphaigym.

 

UPDATE of OUT ACTIVITIES:

you can follow update our activities at Por Silaphai Facebook Fan Page. 

 
#143 By: James Berry [IP: 171.4.235.xxx]
Just finished my last week of training in Chiang mai couldn't of asked for better trainers would recommend it to any one traveling through the area, thanks for a great two weeks Prasit Silaphai Sarayut Pongthong it's been a pleasure getting to know you both
#144 By: Ronc [IP: 171.4.250.xxx]
Took my 14 year old son for a week of Muay Thai training here. We have been doing Muay Thai for about 2 years so this was a partial Christmas present for him.
The owner and trainer were awesome to us. Nok, a trainer, treated my son like he was his own. Which meant my son learned a lot and had a lot of fun. Outside the ring, there was joking and kidding which made us feel at home.
We stayed at their dorm rooms, had the double room for us. And also was on the meal plan. The rooms were good. Basic room but comfortable enough. Would have been nice to have 2 chairs so we could play cards or games. But other than that, ok. One note, you need to take your own towels, none furnished. The food was fine, couple of the dishes really good! But over all, fine.
There are lots of Muay Thai training camps in the area, but the people here are what makes this place special. They made our stay fun and comfortable.
They do pick up at the airport, door 2, and will take you back.
#145 By: Blandine Mahfouf [IP: 171.4.250.xxx]
Great friendly trainers. A wonderful atmosphere. These guys really make you feel at home and go out of their way to make sure your stay in Chiang Mai is memorable! I couldn't have wished for a better Christmas and New Year than spending it with these guys and my new friends. After a month training, it feels a little like family and CM a little like home.
#146 By: Fiona E M Thomson [IP: 223.207.130.xxx]
Now that I'm back in Canada I miss the outdoor gym. I loved my short 2 weeks of training. It was my very first time doing Muay Thai training and enjoyed every minute of it. The instructors are tough and the workouts are intense. I liked learning Muay Thai so much that I've signed up for classes here back home. I'll be back one day. Wonderful experience.
#147 By: Alex Mann [IP: 171.4.233.xxx]
Authentic, friendly, with a really comfortable feel. Brilliant for me as I've never done anything like it before, I feel like I've improved an awful lot in my months time here. I certainly hope to come back.
#148 By: Alex Mann [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
Thanks to Por Silaphai Gym, sit, nok, and everyone I trained with. It has been an awesome month!
I felt like I learned an awful lot, I had a huge amount of fun and I definitely hope to go back sometime.
And for anyone who's wanted to go a camp to train but hasn't tried it... go for it!
#149 By: Cameron Robert Coates-Walker [IP: 49.49.7.xxx]
Absolutely amazing gym. The trainers are both helpful and super-friendly. They will kick your ass and then take you out for drinks afterwards. By far the best atmosphere of a gym i've ever encountered. 10/10. Couldn't have asked for more.
#150 By: Peter Yore [IP: 223.207.115.xxx]
Had a fantastic week here for a very good price. I'm a beginner to any type of martial arts. As a beginner my needs were catered for well.
Top quality training by Sit who is very good as pushing you to your potential. Also, full of friendly and helpful people who attend! Like a family.
P.S Be prepared to do a lot of press ups!
#151 By: Lucie Hokhloff [IP: 223.207.61.xxx]
I spend a week there! 2 trainings a day! It was fantastic! I wish I could stay longer! Whether you begin and you have been doing Muay Thai for long time this place adapts in a perfect way! You can also go just for one session!
#152 By: Pete [IP: 223.206.47.xxx]
Won tonight on points ☺ after losing 4 fights in a row all on points (3 of them I think I won, maybe even 4). It feels good to get back on winning ways and to win on points means more than winning by an early knock out. I had thought about jacking it in but I'm glad I have stuck it out and got back on winning ways. I'm happy to be fighting hard fights and good fighters all the time but it's hard training around work and having a 9 month old baby. Chuthamat Scott is an amazing mum and an amazing wife and does everything for me and Pow. Can't thank her enough for everything she does for me and for letting me train and run in all my spare time. Thanks to Prasit Silaphai and Aphichet Bensalaeman for the training at Por Silaphai Gym
#153 By: Stephen Orme [IP: 223.207.4.xxx]
Flights booked for my return to Por Silaphai Gym next January. 1 month of Muay Thai, good people and awesome food. Prasit Silaphai told you I will be back
#154 By: Glyn Evans [IP: 223.206.109.xxx]
Fantastic gym with fantastic trainers , real authentic Muay Thai training , I cannot speak highly of this place I am already planning to return in November .
#155 By: Frankie [IP: 223.207.120.xxx]
We booked accomodation and training for one of our fighters based out of california. The prices were great, the coaches were amazing to deal with, and from what our fighter has shown, the training has been amazing! Mr. Prasit handled everything for our fighter, from pick up from the airport, to his accomodation, food plan and even helping lessen the culture shock by fostering a strong team atmosphere and making everyone feel included no matter their skill level. Please take a moment to message Mr. Prasit and see for yourself! Highly recommended.
#156 By: Pierre [IP: 223.207.115.xxx]
Once again, thank you for the amazing month, hope we'll meet again ;)
#157 By: Lucie [IP: 223.204.133.xxx]
Amazing experience for beginners
I spend a week there! 2 trainings a day! It was fantastic! I wish I could stay longer! Whether you begin and you have been doing Muay Thai for long time this place adapts in a perfect way! You can also go just for one session!
#158 By: Anna [IP: 223.204.133.xxx]
Chiang Mai's best boxing camp
#159 By: Kody Burke [IP: 171.4.233.xxx]
I knew this place would be amazing but I'm totally blow away. Everyone is super friendly and jokes a lot but they still push you harder then ever! Chiang Mia is definitely a place I'd recommend if you come to Thailand and it's definitely a place I will be coming back to!
#160 By: Jo Anders [IP: 171.4.234.xxx]
Très bon camp d'entraînement. La.boxe es pratiquée de manière traditionnelle et les entraîneurs prennent le temps d'expliquer les techniques. Il es possible de combattre pour le gym en ville. Il manque un peut d'hygiène mais la qualité es la !
#161 By: Fitness Backpacker [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
Muay Thai Gyms
I have visited two Muay Thai Gyms while backpacking through Thailand. Both gyms are adequate for all type of backpackers who want to experience Muay Thai.

Por Silaphai Gym, Chiang Mai (Thailand)

I have chosen to visit the Por Silaphai Gym to follow a Muay Thai Trainingscamp for a week. It has been an awesome experience to train at this Muay Thai Gym in Chiang Mai. The manager is a very kind man, with always a big smile on his face. I can say the same about the coaches. The gym recently has moved to a new location, nearby a 7-11 and places to get some foods and fruits. You will train in an open aired place, with a roof on the top, which I prefer over an air-conditioned room. They also offer accommodation nearby the gym and buffets.

At the Por Silaphai Gym they offer different Muay Thai classes. I have chosen to opt for training 2 times a day for a week long. The first training starts at 08.00 and ends at 10.00, the second training begins at 17.00 until 19.00. This means you will be training 4 hours a day, what will be a physical and mental challenge. I think I can say I am in a pretty good shape, however this week was still very hard on my body. You don’t have any time to recover. Therefore, getting some massages and good healthy food is a must.

The trainers at Silaphai Gym (Chaing Mai) put much effort in learning you the technique of Muay Thai Boxing. They are not easily satisfied, however it’s a great feeling when you finally have landed a high kick in the proper way. I can conclude from my training in this gym, that they not see you merely as someone who passes through, instead they want you to learn the skill of Thai Boxing.

Doing Muay Thai was a mental and physical challenge. Therefore I recommend everyone who likes sports to do it. However, it could also fit people that want to shed some excess fat! I did not have any experience in fighting sports, you don’t need it to enjoy Muay Thai. We had a diverse group of males and females, where some of them were experienced fighters, some intermediates and finally a few beginners like me. I thought it was a nice change during my travels, a great experience which has tought me something about one of the most popular sports in Thailand.

www.silaphaigym.com
#162 By: kjbergemann@kjbergemann [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
Tomorrow will mark 1 week at my new gym in Chiang Mai, Por Silaphai Muay Thai. I have been pushed harder than I've been pushed in a very long time and Kru Sith really takes the "no run, no fight" mantra to heart. I don't think my shoes are going to last this trip hahaha. Just yesterday and today I clocked in around 35kms, those k's being put in before 2hour muay thai sessions, twice a day... Suffice it to say I am hurting and in my old age, recovery is slow hahaha. Have hit breaking point multiple times yet here we are, still pressing on. Hoping to fight at one of the local international stadiums in the next 2 weeks and there have even been hints of bigger things but for now taking it one step (read run) at a time..
#163 By: Pete S [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
Great gym to train at for any level.
Prasit and the other trainers at the gym are like a family and make Muay Thai training fun but push you hard. If your in Chiang Mai you have to check out the gym and meet the great people here. Whenever I am in Chiang Mai I won't train anywhere else apart from Por Silaphai.
#164 By: 효원 김 [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
Pretty good experience
I had learned Muay thai in Por Silaphai Gym for 2weeks. At the first day, it was pretty hard for me to practice it. However trainers adjusted the exercise intensity friendly. There are 5trainers including the superior trainer who was the Muay tai champion in Bangkok. Therefore they could correct my posture like the personal trainning. Anyway good time for a workout and chillout with the economical price.
#165 By: Kmali Gali [IP: 171.4.234.xxx]
trained there for 2 years. The best gym in gym for me.
#166 By: Rodolphe d [IP: 171.4.234.xxx]
Excellent experience !
Por Silaphai Gym is a really good gym, there is a fantastic atmosphere between all the students and all the teachers are professionnels and friendly! I really recommande this gym. I will come back.
#167 By: menendezmr Saint Louis, Missouri [IP: 171.4.234.xxx]
Hands down the best adventure I've had
I've been traveling the world for 8 months now, and when people ask me what my favorite part is been, I tell them about living in a Muy Thai boxing camp for a week. The coaching was superb, and the mix of professionals and young Western amateurs made for great training. Be ready for a serious workout. That's the best shape I've been in for a while and I'm much more confident and left with new friends. Aside from boxing, eating, and sleeping, you'll be good tired and happy to just watch TV with the others or go for a daily massage. You won't regret it.
#168 By: KJBergemann [IP: 171.4.234.xxx]
A great muay thai experience
I trained at Por Silaphai for 3 weeks in June. The gym caters for all levels. Whether you are a beginner, an intermediate learner who wants to learn some new techniques or even a seasoned pro looking for some ring time, Kru Sith and the Por Silaphai team will sort you out. If you are looking to get in the ring, as I was, make sure your running shoes are in your bag from day 1, you are going to need them ;) and Chok Dee to you all...
#169 By: chris c [IP: 171.4.234.xxx]
great place To train
i did train for 1 month at por silaphai gym, they have nice and clean rooms, the camp is big and they have a hardworking, experienced and friendly team! i will do it again for sure!
#170 By: Lucile L [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
I've trained in this gym for more than a year while I was still living in Chiang Mai. This is definitively the gym I would recommend to anyone going to Chiang Mai and looking for a muay thai gym with skilled and friendly teachers. The gym is also in a very convenient place. I really loved this gym and made some amazing friends.
#171 By: Brett I [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
Muay Thai for all levels
Por Silaphai's gym has a great atmosphere and experienced trainers. They can help you out if you're a beginner just starting out or an experienced Thai boxer looking to fight and compete. They have close and convenient accommodation with stores and restaurants near.
#172 By: labello_12 [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
Best friendly gym
There is no words to describe the experience i had in Chiang mai, the friends i made from around the globe and with these great trainers. Por Silaphai is not only a gym were you can learn and experience muay thai, but a home were family meets. I want to thank you for giving me your best during my stay.. Highly recommended if your into martial arts and visiting Chiang mai, prepare to sweat :) Kob khun krab
#173 By: Richard Sentoo MTG [IP: 178.195.177.xxx]
As the owner of a muay thai gym in Switzerland, I plan training camps in Thailand every year in July. Last year we were a small group of 5 who came to Por Silaphai. 1 guy had a couple of fights. This year we were 8 from my club but we brought fighting friends with us. 3 from France and 3 from the USA. Of the 14 of us, 11 had fights in Thaphae Stadium during our 3 week stay. Por Silaphai is a very high quality Gym. They have high level standards and push you more and more. You are so immersed in the family atmosphere that you progress without even thinking about it. Going hard comes naturally. Next July, even more folk are planning on coming.
If you would like an inside view of life in and around camp, have a look at our Facebook travel log of our 24 day adventure: https://www.facebook.com/Sentoo-in-Thailand-2017-1904323576507409/
#174 By: Jef D [IP: 171.4.250.xxx]
Thanks for all good times
I had a great experience. I went here for one month, 6 days a week. In another gym they only let me do shadow boxing. But here its different. Its a very nice mix of all things, friendly and experienced trainers, meet nice peoplefrom all over thw world. thanks you very much
#175 By: Jo [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
I have visited two Muay Thai Gyms while backpacking through Thailand. Both gyms are adequate for all type of backpackers who want to experience Muay Thai.

Por Silaphai Gym, Chiang Mai (Thailand)

I have chosen to visit the Por Silaphai Gym to follow a Muay Thai Trainingscamp for a week. It has been an awesome experience to train at this Muay Thai Gym in Chiang Mai. The manager is a very kind man, with always a big smile on his face. I can say the same about the coaches. The gym recently has moved to a new location, nearby a 7-11 and places to get some foods and fruits. You will train in an open aired place, with a roof on the top, which I prefer over an air-conditioned room. They also offer accommodation nearby the gym and buffets.

At the Por Silaphai Gym they offer different Muay Thai classes. I have chosen to opt for training 2 times a day for a week long. The first training starts at 07.30 and ends at 09.30, the second training begins at 16.00 until 18.00. This means you will be training 4 hours a day, what will be a physical and mental challenge. I think I can say I am in a pretty good shape, however this week was still very hard on my body. You don’t have any time to recover. Therefore, getting some massages and good healthy food is a must.

The trainers at Silaphai Gym (Chaing Mai) put much effort in learning you the technique of Muay Thai Boxing. They are not easily satisfied, however it’s a great feeling when you finally have landed a high kick in the proper way. I can conclude from my training in this gym, that they not see you merely as someone who passes through, instead they want you to learn the skill of Thai Boxing.

Doing Muay Thai was a mental and physical challenge. Therefore I recommend everyone who likes sports to do it. However, it could also fit people that want to shed some excess fat! I did not have any experience in fighting sports, you don’t need it to enjoy Muay Thai. We had a diverse group of males and females, where some of them were experienced fighters, some intermediates and finally a few beginners like me. I thought it was a nice change during my travels, a great experience which has tought me something about one of the most popular sports in Thailand.

www.silaphaigym.com
#176 By: Lily Cuajo [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
Amazing Muay Thai training for a week! Highly recommended!
#177 By: Ana Maria Butura [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
The gym was very close to the centre so can easily be reached, it wasnt very packed and there were plenty of coaches to help all the people training. The coaches were so good, always pushing you to do your best and helping you improve.
I do wish they could change it up a little bit. Do different warm ups and cool downs as these are always the same and so gets boring.
#178 By: David Schmill [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
The training groups were 90%of the time quite small which was nice and the trainers were really friendly. Accommodation was basic but good, clean and in to of a 7 eleven and next to a small food venue
#179 By: Tom Drahos [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
Por Silaphaigym provided everything I could've wanted out of a Muay Thai training camp. The balance between conditioning, technique, drilling and sparring was pretty much perfect, and the trainers were absolutely amazing people, extremely knowledgeable on Muay Thai and very welcoming of foreign fighters to their gym. If you put the effort in, you feel like you're part of the family there. Accommodation was also good - basic, but comfortable. I will be back for sure. To Sit and Nok, and the rest of the Por Silaphaigym crew - thank you for a life changing experience.
#180 By: Gary Wade [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
I had a great time and from the minute I got there I was looked after and made to feel welcomed, I was trained to the highest standard and have now took the training on full time in England I will be looking to stay again with por and he's team within the next couple of months , could not thank them enough for all there hard work and help.
#181 By: Maxime Branthome [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
I would like to say thank you for this amazing week. Teachers and people who are training here are awesome! I would like to stay more time there but I couldn't, but for sure, if I could do it again, I will !!! :)
#182 By: Marcus [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
Por Silaphaigym is a really good place for Muay Thai training. The location is about 15 minutes' drive from the old city. It's a really relaxed and peaceful place. Not much distraction that might bother the training, and on the other hand, not far from the city to have some fun. The accommodation is about 2 kilometers from the gym, run by a really nice and friendly family. The family gave us everything we need. I came here for 4 weeks of training. I was a newbie. The gym made me feel so comfortable. They put a lot attention on me and made me improve step by step quickly. Training is hard but only physically. We motivated each other and got through it. So I didn’t feel it was difficult to do it. We trained together, ate together, watched fights together and barbecued together like a big family. I had great fun and enjoyed the training pretty much. Will come back for more and for a fight.
#183 By: Cola [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
Thai Boxing - For Beginners or Experienced
What a friendly and helpful Thai Boxing gym.
The boss and trainers are all experienced fighters and have a friendly & positive attitude.

You can chose to be part of group session or
have 1 to 1 teaching like I have.

If you're a beginner... you'll soon build up the basics after a few sessions... including how to defend yourself from kicks & punches.

Very enjoyable sessions and each trainer will go at the speed that's right for you.
You'll be pleased with how quick you progress.

I highly recommend this Thai Boxing / Boxing gym. Try it... you will love it.
Keeps you fit at the same time.

Have fun,
Cola
#184 By: Valborg Kockler [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
We had a 2 hour lesson for an eight years old boy. The teachers are very good. He had lessons at the professionals but also with a ten / eleven years old Thai boy. That was very good, because he had a lot of fun and it was balanced between learning and playing with children the same age.
#185 By: Valentin Taleb [IP: 171.4.249.xxx]
I spent 2 incredible months training in Silaphai Gym. I had a light background in Martial Arts but I had never trained Muay Thai.
The trainers are experienced, patient and really hearty. They take the time you need to master the different aspects of Muay Thai.

If you plan to stay for a long time, I recommend you to take a room in the lodges provided by the gym so you will be near the gym and you will have more possibilities to have fun with the trainers and the other students.
The food provided by the gym is tasty and healthy.

To sum up, it was a perfect experience for me !
#186 By: Glyn Evans [IP: 171.4.250.xxx]
I visited this fantastic gym looking for a gym for when i revisit Thailand this November. I was not let down , a fantastic traditional Muay Thai Boxing camp that caters for beginners to highly advanced and also people who want to try Muay Thai to seasoned fighters . What i loved about the place is the way they train everyone making sure everyone gets there mistakes corrected and coaches who want to get the best out of the students . I am a Boxing coach myself and so impressed with the set up that i am spending 7 days there to learn more . This is A really fantastic gym and worthy of 5 out 5 stars . Glyn UK
#187 By: Pete Scott [IP: 171.4.250.xxx]
Prasit and the guys at the gym are like a family and make the gym a great place to train at and be around. I miss training here with everyone and Por Silaphai is the only gym I will train at in Chiang Mai. Great training for beginners or advanced fighters to.
#188 By: mali kali [IP: 171.4.250.xxx]
Best gym of the city for me. Great atmosphere.
#189 By: z1a1c1hLim [IP: 171.4.250.xxx]
Opinión original
Made more than friends; it feels more like a family :)
It has been a wonderful, enjoyable and memorable past six days at Por Silaphai Gym, Chiang Mai, from 4-9 April 2016.

Although I have zero first hand muay thai experience and with only so-so fitness; the trainers were patient in their teachings and in explaining the techniques. There was no rush in conducting the sessions and they make it a point to ensure all the techniques are executed correctly.

The muay thai gym is located just 5 minutes from the old city. The surroundings are quiet and has a relaxed countryside feel. It has that traditional feel compared to those 'modern, air-conditioned' gyms.

It was an intense six days and I was pushed to the limit. Bruised shins, knees, thighs, aching body (at my age...37), but they would 'disappeared' during the training, as the mind would only be focused on the teachings and workouts. Large part of it was also due to the constant encouragement and pushing by the trainers.

Muay Thai boxers started training at the age of 6 or 7, till they are ready to enter the ring. 2 x two hours sessions for 6 days won't turn you into a competitive muay thai fighter. But just learning the basics, getting a different 'holiday' experience, making new friends with other trainees from other countries and listening to the trainers' stories, made it a fruitful week for me.

Strongly recommended for anyone, any level, who is interested in Muay Thai
#190 By: Alexey B [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
Friendly gym and great experience
4 hours a day training - 2 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon, sweating like you’ve never sweat before, and discovering the art of Muay Thai is what Por Silaphai offers.

Training: Every session starts with stretching and ends with a cool down and in between you have running, pad work, weight training, sparring - which alternate from day to day. You will see people of all levels - from seasoned fighters to fit people going into Muay Thai for the first time to people that want to lose weight or become fit. Pad work is especially helpful as you change trainers each time, and each trainer has their own speciality - one focuses more on power, one on technique, one on combos. Sparring can be intense or soft depending on what level you are at. Every Saturday morning the gym takes the group somewhere else to train - it could be a run in the mountains, a lift to a park with weight equipment, or to the old city to run around. Aftwerards the team heads out all together to have breakfast.

Location: a bit off from the old city, but still reachable even by walk - a nice balance between off the touristy part of town, yet close enough if you want to head there. I found everything I needed within a 5 minute walk radius - groceries, restaurants, massage, laundry, cafe.

Facilities: The dorms provided by the gym are minimal, but at the same time have everything that I needed. There’s options for mixed dorms, private room, or private twin. I shared a twin room with my girlfriend and we found the room quite spacious and it had an AC and balcony.

Environment: Not to mention the people around would be a huge omission. The environment around the gym and the trainings really bonds people together and sharing this experience really creates friends. The owner, Sit, is very accommodating and very fun to train with.

This was a great experience for me, and I’m really happy that I spent my time at Pro Silaphai!
#191 By: Paul H [IP: 171.4.232.xxx]
What a great place to train
I was here for 6 weeks training 6 days a week. The trainers are super friendly and make you feel part of the family. This is a great place to come and learn muay Thai from professional trainers in a relaxed atmosphere.
#192 By: Cherise [IP: 171.4.235.xxx]
I fell head over heels in love with Muay Thai in this outdoor gym. Coming from a background in self guided ultra running, rock climbing, surfing etc... I was excited to try something new and have professionals push my limits. And they did. The trainers I consider my family now, twice a day six days a week they would push me. I came in with a freshly fractured tailbone and recovering ankle tear from an ultra marathon, so I told the trainers about my limitations. They completely respected my limits and I was able to fully attend classes and even rehab injuries on the go. I loved it so much that I extended my month to 6 weeks (as long as visa extensions would allow) and I now plan on moving back to CM in April on a 1 year visa to continue training.

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