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Sor Vorapin Gym 2  - Muay Thai Hotel and training + Food

Sor Vorapin Muay Thai Gym is considered the Thai Boxing Camp which has over 30 years of history. Our gym has trained many champions. We value the traditional setting and training techniques of Boxing. Muay thai camp Bangkok
Again, in Nov. 2016, our camp renovated and redecorated the rooms. There is a history to these rooms as they were once used housing Thai Boxing Champions since 1977. If you have a chance to stay here, you will literally feel the experience of being a champion.
Unlike the other five-star hotels, we provide our guests with a Thai traditional style of living and we live like one family. We treat our guests and students like friends, and family. Besides, you will be satisfied with the Thai cuisine at our camp because the food is cooked and prepared by Thai chefs who have over 40 years of experience in the kitchen.
Therefore, we ensure that you can get the best experience and explore the culture. Muay Thai  can make you more healthy and stronger, and, you can obtain self-defense to protect your family with Muay Thai.   “You literally have been to Thailand, once in a lifetime”.
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TESTIMONIALS
Melissa Dimaano
Name : Melissa Dimaano & Barney Russ
Age : 28 & old man 30
Country : UK
Coming to Sor Vorapin Gym 2 is definitely one of the best decisions me and my fianc? have made since we started travelling. Without any notice at all (seeing as this was a crazy last minute decision) they were friendly and inviting. As complete beginners we had no idea what we were to expect but had decided that to get a real Thai experience we should give it a go for a month. As much as we wanted to learn Muay Thai, we also had our weight and fitness in mind.
Using the instructions online we found it easy to make our way to the gym, we really liked the fact it was out of the centre of Bangkok but really easy to get to all the main attractions via a short inexpensive taxi ride or bus (not that we had much energy for any of this!)
We found the gym down a really cool rickety path, over what looks like a swamp. Then the gate opens out to a lovely garden then at the end of that a small hut with 3 hammocks in to chill out between trainings. The gym itself is a fairly big space, which still has room for expansion maybe another ring or two, although it’s covered it’s still open enough to get some wind through as it can get pretty hot in Bangkok. Loved all of it, the whole old school Thailand feel was just what we were after for an experience.

The training is intensive but a lot of focus is placed on the physical ability and fitness of each individual so we felt pushed but never overwhelmed. As intensive as it was it was still fairly laid back and the longer you stay here the better you start to know, and get on with the trainers, which triples the experience. All the trainers are equal parts crazy, encouraging, fun, great teachers and still technically gifted.
Sean Steele
Name : Sean Steele
Age : 34
Country : Canada
My time here at Sor.Vorapin Gym has been excellent. It took me a few days to adjust to the climate, time difference, different food, etc, but then I began to feel better each day.
There are three main things I appreciated most in my time here:
1. Excellent training (expert trainers who helped push me every day);
2. Living on site and enjoying authentic Thai food every day; and
3. The fact that the gym is located in a regular Thailand village without any other tourists around (yet not too far of a taxi ride to the popular tourist places).The last two reasons really made me feel like I got to experience Thai culture in a small way which was a nice lesson for me.
As for the training here, I thought it was just great. The training really helped to push me further and further (I now think my stay here was too short). Also the fact that I could do some sparring and pad work with former champions is of course a real thrill.
The only small suggestion I would make is to perhaps revise the map for taxis to take us back to the gym when we are out and about Bangkok. Many taxi drivers did not know where to go (it helped a lot when I learned to tell them “Talingchan – Svan Pak Road 1”).
When I return home, I will absolutely recommend this gym to my friends who I know are also considering a similar trip.
-Sean
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