Singpatong is a traditional Muay Thai training camp in Phuket, Thailand. Founded in 1971 by professional Muay Thai fighter Somsak Junlaka, the training camp is home to many foreign nationals who come to Thailand to learn Thai Boxing or Muay Thai.
Singpatong Training Camp religiously follows a training regimen which have, over the many years of its implementation, proven to be effective in providing the trainees with the necessary discipline and attitude that will prepare them for the rigorous training sessions designed for the trainees. The Muay Thai Training Camp or Gym welcomes fighters who are training to fight in Bangkok. The Gym gives access to anyone who has a strong desire to learn the craft of professional Muay Thai fighting.
Training sessions are scheduled from Monday to Saturday, from 7:00 am to 9:00 am and 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Sunday is off day for everyone.
Training will start at 7:00 am with running for an hour. By 8:00 am, training will begin and will finish at 9:00 am. The session will be repeated in the afternoon starting with running at 4:00 pm followed by 3 hours training from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
The Training Camp is flexible enough to consider concessions on price if trainee or fighter cannot meet the required fees on condition that the trainee is able to demonstrate and show sincere interest and passion for Muay Thai. Numnoi or Somsak are more than willing to make their evaluations and assessments for such cases.
In some instances, Singpatong Training Camp provides Thai style accommodation for a minimal fee. Those availing of such privilege must abide by the rules and regulations of the training camp, including, strict adherence to the training schedule prepared by Singpatong Gym.
If, on the other hand, trainees or fighters prefer to live outside the camp or gym, Singpatong Gym can assist in finding reasonable accommodation in and around the Gym location. Similarly, the Gym’s personnel are more than willing to assist foreigners training in the camp with their needs for motorbike rental, visa information, transportation to and from the airport or any other information about Phuket or Thailand.
Singpatong Training Camp will gladly respond to such inquiries communicated through email.
If you are a foreign professional Muay Thai fighter and you are interested in training at Singpatong, please send us details of your fighting experience and your interest in Muay Thai to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact us page