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Travelling To Thailand For First Time


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Hello people

Very happy to catch information for Thailand from people who live there.

So my littlie story, i want to fly from London to Thailand for May Thai training mainly and leisure.

I want to learn as much as i can for training camps and living costs. I’ve checked this website http://www.lannamuaythai.com/ which is located in a city named Chiang Mai, probably you know what im taking about.

I want your opinion about the camp the city and whatever you like , any suggestions are very welcome

Thank You

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Chiang Mai is an awesome place to live. Much more livable than Bangkok, but big enough to have some options for food and entertainment. And of course cheaper cost of living, which you'll appreciate if you're here for a longer time doing Muay Thai.

I know the camp you quoted in the link; it's roughly in the university area. Quite a few foreigners train there.

Let me know if you have specific questions... and there's also the Chiang Mai subforum here: http://thaivisa.com/forum/index.php?showforum=28

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Thanks chanchao for the reply

Im a bit confused as i have never been to Chiang Mai -or in Asia in general - if i decide to stay in the camp http://www.lannamuaythai.com/ they report that hot water isn't essential . I know the weather is pretty hot in Thailand but what about the living standards in that camp? if i desire to stay there for couple of weeks until locate a proper place to live , not much just that provides hot water do you think is a good idea to stay there for short period of time (in the camp ?).

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It is going to be a bit rough and basic by western standards, But you are young grasshopper and you will learn. The beds will certainly be a bit hard for you, that is if there are any. You will beg for a cold shower, don't sweat it.

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Why even stay in the camp? You could just stay in a guesthouse somewhere. Google for Isra Guesthouse, it's nearby. (well, nearish enough; no website I think but you'll find a phone number at least). Or get a room in one of the gazillion appartment buildings in that area (being close to CMU)

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