Weekly Package
from 10,500.00 ฿
All-Inclusive Package
from 18,000.00 ฿
Monthly Package
from 29,000.00 ฿
Private Training
1,000.00 ฿

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.

Khongsittha January and February Recap

March 22, 2017

Khongsittha January and February Recap

What an incredible start to 2017 it has been for Khongsittha Muay Thai! We’ve just finished a two month camp hosted by Sean Fagan, AKA Muay Thai Guy and had shared an incredible journey with twenty Nak Muays.

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The Actual Cost of Going on a Thailand Muay Thai Vacation

February 07, 2017

The Actual Cost of Going on a Thailand Muay Thai Vacation

Sports tourism is a booming trend. Practitioners of Muay Thai find that a Thailand Muay Thai vacation is relatively inexpensive when compared to other tourist hotspots. The ability to study the sport in its native country is the chance of a lifetime to any serious student of Muay Thai. Here are some of the ways to make the cost to travel to Thailand affordable.

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Whether You’re Training to Fight or Not, Muay Thai is Valuable Knowledge

January 30, 2017

Whether You’re Training to Fight or Not, Muay Thai is Valuable Knowledge

When most people think of martial arts they think of performers like Jackie Chan, Michelle Yeoh, Wesley Snipes, and others up on the big screen kicking serious ass, defeating the bad guys and saving the day. For those who follow martial arts as a competitive sport, the 2016 Rio Olympics featured both Judo and Tae Kwon Do, while champions for a variety of martial arts take place annually.

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