Luktupfah Muay Thai School
Luktupfah muay thai school is a 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.
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. We take pride into making sure each guest is happy and taken care of, regarding enquiries in training, Bangkok and places to visit and any personal needs each individual may have.
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.
Luktupfah offers guest boarding in their bungalows on site at the camp, with a package of training and meals.
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Training at Luktupfah is offered twice daily, six days a week from Monday to Saturday.
Morning training starting at 6:30am is more focused on cardiovascular training, with a long run 5-10km (dependent on the individual). Following the run, stretching and shadow boxing, fitness, drills and most mornings clinch, finishing off with abs.
Afternoon training, once again starts off with a run at 3:30pm, about 4-5km, followed by jump rope 15minutes, stretching and shadow boxing. Each day varies slightly, therefore some days focusing more on technique and some more on power. Technique drills may be taught, with a trainer, partner or on the bag. Then normal rounds of padwork with a trainer, Muay Thai or boxing on the heavy bags, sparring and/or clinch, drills on the bag, abs and stretching.
The weight and exercise room is available at all hours during the day for our guests to use after training or whenever they like.
Luktupfah offers breakfast and lunch in their package.
Breakfast consists of basic breakfast foods, eggs, bread/toast, jams, cereals and milk.
Lunch is typical Thai food cooked fresh at the camp every day, consisting of stir fries, soups and noodle or rice dishes etc.
Drinking water, coffee and tea is available for free at the camp during all hours
Bananas are available most of the time as Luktupfah grows them fresh around the camp.
Vegetarian meals are available if booked in advance.
Luktupfah is situated on the outskirts of Bangkok, about 30 minutes away from the city. The surrounding area of the camp is still quite rural, making it free from distractions and the air being fresher than in central Bangkok. Located just 15 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, close to popular shopping malls like Seacon Square, Paradise Park, Talad Rot Fai (Night train market) and Rama 9 Park. Taxis are always available around the camp and it is close to the Airport link sky train 'Ban Thap Chang'.
Luktupfah Muay Thai Camp was one of the original famously named Muay thai camps in Bangkok. Established in 1977 by Captain Surasak Mondaeng, who was the Vice President of the Professional boxing association of Thailand and World Professional Muay Thai Federation (WPMF) producing many top Thai Champions, such as Kongnapha Luktupfah, Jaovaha Luktupfah and Fahpikaat Luktupfah (Rajadamnern 130lb Champion)
Since that time and Captain Surasaks retirement, the gym had been taken over by a few different hands, not of which succeeded in restoring the camp to its original glory.
August 2012, Mr. Chinawut Sirisompan (Grand Master Woody) took over. With his reputation and credibility, he has been able to restore the gym with renovations. Providing individual training and specialising in teams preparing for Championships and events in Muay Thai, Muay Boran and more. Also, special tactical training for International police/special forces groups.
Recently, Luktupfah became an officiated 'School' for Muay Thai and Martial Arts, accredited by the Ministry of Education of Thailand. As well as being, the head office for the Kru Muaythai Association (K.M.A), World Muay Thai Organisation and World Muay Boran federation (W.M.B.F).
Now offering extensive training programs; such as Muay Thai (all levels), Muay Boran, Kru certification, judge and referee courses upon special request, Krabi Krabong upon special request, self defense and special forces tactical training.
Luktupfah Muaythai School Professional Gym and Thai Martial Arts Academy,
located in Bangkok, Thailand. Situated in a semi-rural location, yet just 30 minutes from the center of Bangkok.