Luktupfah muay thai school is an extremely diverse muay thai camp in Bangkok. We accommodate all levels of proficiency in muay thai from absolute beginner to professional fighters, male and female and students of any age.Plan to see Luktupfah Muay Thai and other attractions that appeal to you using our Bangkok trip planner .
All of our trainers have very impressive resumes, with an extensive history in Muay thai as retired pro fighters as well as being certified by the Kru muay Thai association as muaythai Teachers (Kru). They also have great knowledge in Muay boran and a couple of our trainers are also judges and referees for large muay thai events in and outside Thailand; including Super Muay Thai and All Star fight with Buakaw being one of the main fighters on the card.
The gym is owned my Grand Master Woody who has been teaching and promoting muay thai throughout the World his entire life. He is the President of World Muaythai Organization (WMO), Kru Muaythai Association (KMA) and World Muaythai Boran Federation (WMBF).
His daughter Jade Marrisa Sirisompan manages the camp, she also has an impressive background in muay thai, having fought professionally in many different countries and has become a great ambassador for muay thai.
Luktupfah is family run and therefore at the camp we make sure that our guests feel welcome and at home, as well as having the best professional training during their stay.
Regarding our unique connections in the muay thai world, we can offer our guests special treatment when it comes to wanting to watch fights live at many stadiums in Bangkok.
We can also make it possible for fighters to fight on a variety of promotions inside and outside of Thailand, depending on the fighters level. For example; Lumpinee and Rajadamnern stadium, Thai Fight or All star Fight. Not to mention as the president of WMO, we sometimes promote our own shows where our fighters will be first pick for the card.
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Luktupfah Muay Thai Reviews
Après deux expériences d'un mois en Thaïlande dans d'autres camps Muay Thai, j'ai décidé de venir en tester plusieurs sur Bangkok. Le Luktupfah est un camp Muay Thai proche de l'aéroport et assez loin... more »After two months of experiences in Thailand in other Muay Thai camps, I decided to come and test several of them on Bangkok. Luktupfah is a Muay Thai camp close to the airport and quite far from the city. Few taxis, tuktuk and no one in general know this camp, it will take into account for the ease of access, unless you rent a scooter, which will be the most economical. The camp had planned to pick me up at the airport, free of charge, a very good point, plus the shuttle was well attended and on time. Once at the camp, welcome on the spot of the manager. Not much near the camp, a few street vendors, and a 7/Eleven supermarket however located 500m away, still very convenient despite everything. As for the training, they are given by qualified and friendly coaches, there is a good atmosphere. some free weights and bars right next to the ring for those who would like to do bodybuilding. The big negative is the dilapidated room. I don't expect luxury, far from it, but the room was extremely dirty not to say dilapidated, layer of dust everywhere, bed with stains, dirty walls, unusable bathroom as everything was moldy. Very bad! A little maintenance, the bare minimum to accommodate new members seem not to be too much. Not once has the bed been changed, and only one small towel for 4 days... Clearly I advise against sleeping on the spot. The accommodation package - training - food is interesting certainly, 1200 bath a day where you can sleep, train 2x a day and eat but I do not recommend it. Beware, for evening meals you actually receive a 50bath coupon to use in a nearby restaurant, knowing that the dishes are more than 100 bath the meal is therefore not free and you will have to pay out of your pocket;-), the top lackof information from the apart from the management of the camp which stipulates 3 meals included in the package. That is not entirely true. As for the other 2 meals you can eat a few things on site, the still limited choice, at best the eggs cooked yourself and some cereal. Be careful if you like cleanliness, you may be disappointed. In short, I advise you to come and train rather than stay put, that's for sure! If you want to sleep in the morning even once you will be awakened by morning training, the insulation is non-existent. Come train, but for housing, infrastructure and food, go somewhere else. Thank you Luktupfah for this experience.
I went to Luktupfah Muay Thai just for one day in late November, unfortunately, due to being sick with the flu at the time, I did not train. Still, I observed people training, which looked like they w... more »
Luktupfah is just one big great family. Training is top class. Very good for fighters and great for beginners also. Totally recommend. more »
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