Lamai Muay Thai Camp (WMC) is the oldest and most established traditional Muaythai Camp on Koh Samui, supported by the one and only World MuayThai Council.
Located overlooking Lamai Beach and beautiful surroundings we have full english management and world champion Thai trainers and fighters offering top-class training for beginners, advanced and the professional fighters. The camp’s instruction and regime is designed to work for everyone’s needs with onsite camp facilities include a healthy western cafe, strength and conditioning package classes and a fully stocked Fairtex & Mtg official onsite shop.
Run under the umbrella of the Word Muaythai Council, the world sole governing body for Muaythai, The Lamai Muay Thai Camp is now considered a top-class training facility.
Like many camps in Thailand, people come to stay and train for long periods of time, but at Lamai people tend to stay on just that little bit extra for many reasons – It could for the beautiful white beaches or the great nightlife, but here there seems to be a perfect balance between an intense training experience and being able to let your hair down all in one environment. Ultimately though, the main reason people come to the Lamai Muay Thai Camp is for the training and this is what the gym is known for around the world.
Single, twin and double rooms are available in our superior and standard rooms. All rooms come with a television, wifi, air conditioner, tea & coffee, and shower facilities. Lovely comfort in the heart of the camp. Contact us to find out rates.
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|4:00 pm - 5:00 pm||Kids MuayThai||Kids MuayThai|
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At Lamai Muay Thai Camp we believe in Family. We create the best atmosphere for our campers to train and attain personal success no matter your goals. From a “first timer” to a seasoned professional fighter, our camp provides the environment for all to learn Muay Thai and be part of our close knit Community. We find once you come, you always come back to be part of our family for a lifetime.
Run under the umbrella of the Word Muaythai Council, the world sole governing body for Muaythai, The Lamai Muay Thai Camp is now considered a top-class training facility. Like many camps in Thailand, people come to stay and train for long periods of time, but at Lamai people tend to stay on just that little bit extra for many reasons – It could for the beautiful white beaches or the great nightlife, but here there seems to be a perfect balance between an intense training experience and being able to let your hair down all in one environment.
Valentina Shevchenko for the last 10 years has been a visitor and fighter in Lamai Koh Samui. Training on camp during her Muay Thai Career, her self, coach Pavel Fedotov and her sister Antonina who is still in this years IFMA world championships have a great relationship with our trainers and head coach Nong supporting them in the IFMA world championships over the last decade ! Shevchenko has held several kickboxing and muay thai titles, such as the International Federation of Muaythai Amateur World Championships and World Muaythai Council and been highly regarded as one of the best female Muay Thai fighters in the world.
IFMA World Championships Gold
(2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015)
Despite 312 bouts and his fearsome reputation in the ring, Nokweed Davy remained a strong silent type who never really talked about himself, nor less boasted. Kevin Siam, the stalwart Muay Thai correspondent for Siam Fight News, remembers him as much.
Nokweed never asked for anything off anyone, never looked for money and didn’t like to share his boxing stories. He was shy of his fame but he loved his boys at the WMC gym who, like him, had a passion for Muay Thai. He was a man of few words. But, once the sweat in the gym started to spill onto the concrete, he was a beast with his fighters.
Dzhabar Askerov is a Russian Welterweight kickboxer fighting out of Bangkok, Thailand and representing Russia. He is the World Muay Thai Council’s Muay Thai Welterweight European Champion and K-1 MAX Scandinavia 2008 Tournament Finalist.
Often only going by his fight name, Pidsanu Kunchat, is better known as ‘Mardsua’, a name synonymous with “great” and “champion” within Muaythai circles, as a result of his achievements. It also means “tiger punch” in Thai – tigers being a highly respected animal in the Siam lands. Mardsua earned this name by demonstrating strength and courage throughout his fights. He also made a name for himself by defeating top Australian fighter John Wayne Parr, and by losing very narrowly to Yodsanklai.
The WMC is the authoritative body for regulating Muaythai, both in Thailand and around the world. Set up by parliament resolution, the WMC is incorporated by the Royal Thai Government and sanctioned by the Sports Authority of Thailand, working together with the highest sport authorities of all member countries around the world to regulate all aspects of the art and sport of Muaythai. The inauguration meeting was held in 1995 at an appropriate venue, the United Nation Conference Centre with representatives from 39 countries attended. Presently there are 120 member countries registered with the WMC. The Executive Board and various committees ranging from technical and rules, refereeing and judging, medical, finance, youth, women, press and public relations, business and legal; all were democratically elected.
The Council has been charged with the responsibility for the expansion of Muaythai worldwide. This involves supporting youth interest and athletes to learn the skills of Muaythai and to assist in the pursuit of excellence in the art.