Thailand Training Guide

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Thailand Training GuideClick Image To Visit SiteMy name is Bill and I’ve spent nearly a decade in Thailand training Muay Thai.. It’s been a crazy learning experience, and I’m not just talking about the boxing lessons..

You arrive at the airport after a long flight and upon picking up your checked baggage, you start getting hit up with offers from cab drivers to take you into the city..

This near 200 page guidebook is jam-packed with valuable information. In addition to saving you money, it will also answer a lot of the questions you likely have..

I’ve written up an entire section on visa regulations, including how you can get a long stay non-immigrant visa, which will enable you to open a bank account, get a drivers licence and all kinds of other perks..

The real gem in this section is the disclosure of a little known border crossing that’s easy to get to from Bangkok and is never busy, which makes getting exit and entry stamps a breeze.

I’ve either lived in, or visited, most of these regions so you’ll be getting first hand, experience-based recommendations..

During my time here, I’ve trained at dozens of gyms, and I can tell you that picking a training camp based solely on popularity isn’t ideal for everyone.

..but my aim is to help you find the best options for yourself based on your skill level, goals and ideal surroundings..

I’ve included a "create your style" section where I suggest gyms based on what aspects of your game you want to improve..

For example, certain gyms and trainers are known to produce evasive, technical fighters who don’t take much damage..

On page 135, I tell you about a night market that’s absolutely packed with girls that look like Asian barbie dolls.

My friends here want me… Read more…


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