FIGHT LIFE: Opportunity In Paradise

Andy Tiet Dines, Inks & Trains In Paradise

What makes Muay Thai stand out from all other combat sports is its culture.

Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand. By getting into Muay Thai, you learn about Thai culture. Andy Tiet, our guide on this journey, is in Thailand to attend the World Wai Kru ceremony, which in itself reflects much of Thai culture. On his path to the World Wai Kru ceremony, he has gotten to experience Thailand and the islands around it.

In this episode, Andy gets a taste of Thai cuisine, he gets a sak yant, and experiences Muay Thai in a paradise. See what paradise is all about, in the video below:


Discovering The Real Thailand: Sak Yants, Elephants & Muay Thai


Live Like A Thai Fighter

Do you want to experience Thailand? Do you want to experience the life of a fighter for weeks or months (fighting is optional)? If your answer is yes, then you’ve come to the right place.

Nak Muay Nation’s Thailand Training Camp is the experience of a lifetime. You’ll be living like a Thai fighter for anywhere from two weeks to two months at your choice of either Khongsittha Gym or Diamond Muay Thai.

So what does “living like a Thai fighter” mean? It means you’re training hard. You wake up in the morning for a 2 km run… or maybe 8 km. Your trainers make the call. Maybe you’re even doing sprints.

After that, you head immediately into morning training. You get pad work, bag work, clinching — the entire deal.

Breaks and rest time are planned accordingly but the emphasis is on full-day training. The next session will be an afternoon one where you’ll continue working heavy bags, running drills, working on conditioning, and learning from your veteran trainers.

Once night falls, we haul your tired body out to re-energize you with real, live Muay Thai action, in the flesh so to speak. At least once a week, all campers will venture out to watch live fights or participate in a group activity on the town.

This isn’t for everyone — not by a long-shot. But if it’s for you, then you need to experience Thailand Training Camp. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience that can take you in many new and awesome directions — in your fight career and in your life.


Take the dive into the experience of a lifetime. For upcoming dates for Thailand Training Camp, go to


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Evan Lee
Evan is a gourmand of combat sports from Taiwan. He appreciates the beauty of Muay Thai movement and all other movements. He's got no rudder so if the winds blow northerly, he goes north. His goal is to achieve and appreciate.

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