KHONGSITTHA (คงสิทธา)

Khong (stability) | Sittha (eternal success)

Our story

Khongsittha Muay Thai (KST) was born in 2013 to create a modern Muay Thai experience for all using traditional Muay Thai values. Combining martial arts, fitness, and hospitality, we aim to be a powerhouse in Sports Tourism.

With state of the art equipment, experienced trainers, and a unique training system, Khongsittha aims to provide both effectiveness and entertainment to all students. KST is known as one of the best establishments to train Muay Thai in Bangkok for any level fighter. This means that both recreational and competitive fighters are able to hone their skills and achieve optimal conditioning with us.

Situated just 15 minutes from downtown Bangkok, Khongsittha is located in an exciting, lively area known as Lad Phrao. With countless restaurants, massage treatments, and major department stores accessable by a 5-minute cab ride, Khongsittha is the most convenient, friendly, yet badass place to learn Muay Thai.

Muay Thai Training and Weight Loss

If you’re looking to lose weight with a martial art or your aim is to become healthier, training Muay Thai for weight loss and learning about our Muay Thai diet routine is one of the best options available. Not only is our training package designed to improve your technical Muay Thai skills, we incorporate an intensive workout routine to improve your stamina, health, and endurance.
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All-inclusive Bangkok Muay Thai Gym

Retreat from the stresses of work and the daily grind to the sound of kicks on a heavy pad, the shouts of a thousand eager gamblers, and the morning chants of monks in a temple. Khongsittha is a premiere Bangkok Muay Thai gym composed of a team of passionate people. It’s the only Muay Thai camp in the city with resort accommodation behind the gym and a French-inspired cafe that serves delicious Thai fusion dishes in the front. With local knowledge of Bangkok, we can provide transportation and guidance to a host of activities, restaurants, and tourist attractions.
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Vacation to Thailand

The country of Thailand is considered as being home to some of the friendliest people in the world, with incredibly cheap prices on accommodation, food, and tourist activities. Whether you’re going on vacation to Thailand for one week or one month, staying at Khongsittha Muay Thai puts you in a position to experience the most while in Bangkok. We’ve created a list of different things to do while in our beautiful city.
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Sak Yant Thai Tattoos for Muay Thai

You’re taking the pilgrimage to Thailand to learn Muay Thai in its birthplace. Sak Yant Thai Tattoos are beautifully designed, deeply meaningful, and religiously blessed by Buddhist monks. These “Ajarns” or teachers, have spent years learning the traditional tattoo method of using a bamboo or steel needle to slowly etch ink into skin. Khongsittha truly appreciates this ancient art form and offers its gym members the opportunity to receive a mystical Sak Yant from the best Ajarns in the region.
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These Foods Are The Worst to Consume Before Muay Thai Training

July 04, 2017

These Foods Are The Worst to Consume Before Muay Thai Training

Muay Thai is one of the most intensive martial arts to practice in the entire world. It requires a ton of endurance and cardiovascular energy in order to perform at your peak during training and during a fight. 

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The Balance Part 2 -- Work, Family, and Muay Thai with Manuel Keo

June 18, 2017

The Balance Part 2 -- Work, Family, and Muay Thai with Manuel Keo

In the first part of our series, The Balance, we interviewed Mia Kang. A Sports-Illustrated model turned professional fighter, she has a unique outlook towards balancing work and Muay Thai, and she had some great advice to those trying to do the same. In Part 2 of this series, we’ve switched it up slightly and want to give you a fresh perspective on someone who found a passion for Muay Thai later in life.

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Inside the Muay Thai Gym -- My Life at Khongsittha

June 07, 2017

Inside the Muay Thai Gym -- My Life at Khongsittha

A year ago, I was 26 years old, I had just quit my job as a marketing director, and I was interested in making a name for myself in Bangkok. Little did I know that I would embark on a remarkable journey, meeting Thai celebrities, budding entrepreneurs, professional fighters, lifelong friends, and Muay Thai enthusiasts from around the world. This is a story reflecting on a year of my life at Khongsittha Muay Thai.

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