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The Ultimate Guide To Muay Thai In Singapore

Aug 9, 2019

Muay Thai is one of the most well-known martial arts disciplines in Asia.

Also known as “the art of eight limbs,” Muay Thai is a beautiful sport that involves the harmonious movement of hands, elbows, knees, and feet.

Muay Thai training has quickly become a great substitute for regular exercise and even offers added benefits like learning confidence, discipline, and self-defense.

If you are looking for a place to train Muay Thai in Singapore, here are five spots to check out.

Impact MMA

Singapore's Niko Soe hits an elbow on Eko Roni Saputra

Helmed by Bruce Loh, a 30-year combat sports veteran with over 20 years of teaching experience, Impact MMA houses a close-knit community of Muay Thai enthusiasts and mixed martial arts competitors.

Impact MMA is also home to Singapore-stationed Niko Soe, who currently competes in ONE Championship’s flyweight division.

In line with their philosophy to provide affordable yet top-level training in a safe and friendly environment, Impact MMA welcomes students of all ages and athletic backgrounds.

Nazri “Porkchop” Sutari, a Muay Thai trainer at Impact MMA, has competed in amateur competitions and is also a certified provisional trainer under Amateur Muaythai Association Singapore.

Muay Thai classes are held daily from Monday to Sunday, with the last weekday class ending at 9:45pm, which is great for when longer days at the office mean not having to forgo training.

They also offer a free trial session and walk-in classes for interested parties.

Chowraiooi Muay Thai

Nestled inside the heart of Singapore’s “Little Thailand” in Golden Mile Complex, training at Chowraiooi is a very wholesome Muay Thai experience.

They are affiliated with the renowned Chaorai-oi Boxing Gym of Kubon, Thailand, which is led by the coach of the Thai National Team.

Still, Chowraiooi is open to students of all backgrounds, including ardent practitioners, professional martial artists, and even coaches.

Head trainer Robert Yap is a widely respected figure in the industry with more than 25 years of experience in Muay Thai and martial arts. He prides himself on mentoring and grooming the next generation of Singapore Muay Thai competitors.

The sprawling 6,000 square-foot facility houses a large ring, showers, and storage lockers.

Classes start from 10am with the last class finishing at 9:30pm on weekdays, while weekends are a half day.

They also offer a range of training packages that includes group sessions and even include discounted student plans.

Juggernaut Fight Club

Rahul Raju muay thai in singapore

Located at Seng Poh Road, Juggernaut Fight Club delivers a raw, gritty combat sports experience in a rustic setting for martial arts enthusiasts.

Their no-nonsense approach to training is frequently espoused by owner and head coach Arvind “The Juggernaut” Lalwani.

Lalwani, one of Singapore’s most famous boxing coaches, has mentored the likes of Nurshahidah “The Sniper” Rosalie – “The Lion City’s” first professional female boxer.

Notable athletes from Juggernaut Fight Club also include ONE lightweight contender Rahul “The Kerala Krusher” Raju and boxer Ashiq “Mr. Fantastique” Amran.

Expect nothing less than a full-body workout which will test your endurance, conditioning, and skills.

Their one-hour classes, which are held daily, cater to individuals of all levels and are also open to walk-ins.

Neue Fit

Radeem Rahman muay thai in singapore

A new concept which blends merchandising and fitness, Neue Fit was founded by Grace Huang to offer a friendly and welcoming environment for anyone looking to get started in martial arts.

Their unique combo class, Muay HIIT, is a cross between Muay Thai and HIIT (high intensity interval training). It provides a great starting point for beginners to work on their fitness before moving on to the more advanced techniques and live sparring.

Neue Fit is also a second home to Radeem Rahman, who teaches both BJJ and mobility classes at the 4,000 square-foot studio in Kallang Wave Mall.

The gym has a great mix of students, as anyone from working professionals to young kids can filter in to get their daily dose of exercise.

Muay Thai classes are conducted by trainer Taufik Jufri, winner of Vida Fight Series Jakarta, who has over seven years of Muay Thai experience.

Beginner to advanced level classes are spread throughout the week from Monday through Sunday, with last class ending at 9:15pm on weekdays.

With a vast array of pricing options available, Neue Fit is perfect for family and friends to learn Muay Thai together.

Evolve MMA

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Rated as the #1 ranked martial arts organization in Asia by CNN, Evolve MMA boasts the largest roster of World Champion Muay Thai instructors in Singapore.

Training under the likes of famed Lumpinee Stadium World Champions like Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke, Nong-O Gaiyanghadao, Penek Sitnumnoi, and others, students get the most authentic Muay Thai experience yet.

Evolve has produced athletes like Singapore’s ownAmir Khan and World Champion brother and sister duo “Unstoppable” Angela Lee and Christian “The Warrior” Lee.

Muay Thai classes are held from Monday to Sunday and are specially crafted according to students’ abilities.

New members can join other beginners for an introduction to the sport, while the intermediate and advanced classes engage students looking to hone their technique with live sparring sessions.

Spread over four locations in the city, Evolve’s world-class facilities are conveniently located for Singaporeans from all walks of life, including adults and children alike.

Conclusion

No matter your fitness level or experience, Muay Thai is a great way to improve your strength and physical conditioning.

Start having a more active lifestyle by incorporating Muay Thai into your fitness regimen. With so many Muay Thai gyms in Singapore, there is no excuse to not begin your journey today.