True Bee Gym – Pai

Posted by Tom on Aug 10, 2010 in Gym Reviews, Northern |

Our time in Pai was very limited as there was so much to do and see. It’s a very nice, nature-oriented but also super chilled out and artsy town.
Unfortunately we didn’t quite have time to try out True Bee Gym, but we did make some time to find it… but it was definitely one of the hardest gyms I have tried to find, there’s an old washed-out bill board which is the only advert in the town and if you squint your eyes in the sunny sky you probably miss it. Their website isn’t that informative and the few signs along the dirt path do lead you in the right direction across the river, it’s just finding these signs that’s key. We just had to ask the villagers.
The gym feels far from everything else and has very nice hilly views, its a quiet place along the river and seems like it’d be a good place where you could really focus on your training. You can tell the rain got the best of the actual muay thai ring, but it still seems functional and evident that it gets a lot of use. Even though the place was very open, you can really smell the sweat off the pads and gloves.
The trainer who lives there comes out to greet you immediately and asks if you’d like to train, and inform you of the times. Besides other types of physical things like trekking and white water rafting, Pai is a very chilled vibe and definitely offers a good atmosphere to do intense training.

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5 Comments

david
Aug 22, 2010 at 3:32 pm

i trained in this gym during the 6 last month and i can tell everybody the trainers are really good trainers take care of every thing if you would like to fight you can train in consequence and if you8 are a beginner every trainer can teach you every technique with details and you can easy see that this people are professional
ambiance really nice at the gym and at the village also
i think that every body will like this gym


 
trudy
Nov 26, 2010 at 12:39 pm

Thanks for the compliments about True Bee Gym.
Anyone who is intersted in training at our camp please contact me by email info@true-bee.com or trudymorren@gmai;.com

Kind regards,
Trudy


 
Rose Gym
Jul 20, 2011 at 7:03 pm

True Bee Gym is under new management, and is now Rose Gym. With new owners, the property has been renovated and updated with new boxing gear, weight machines and exercise equipment. We offer the same great training as the reputation that precedes us. Our new website is MuayThaiBox.com.

Our E-mail is info@muaythaibox.com
Find us on Facebook/rosegympai
Follow us on Twitter @rosegympai
Call us +66 08 7855 6433


 
Charn Chai Muay Thai
Aug 10, 2012 at 7:15 am

Bee opened a new gym in Pai called ‘Charn Chai Muay Thai’ in November 2011. Located just 300 meters from Pai Hospital and very easy to reach on foot from the centre of Pai town. Check out the website http://www.charnchaimuaythai.com for more information and booking or contact the team directly:

Email: charnchaimuaythai@gmail.com
or
Call: +66 084-9182024

For the latest pictures and updates from the camp visit the ‘Charn Chai Muay Thai’ facebook page ( http://www.facebook.com/pages/Charn-Chai-Muay-Thai/225603244153945 ).

Read students’ reviews on tripadvisor ( http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g303916-d2639024-Reviews-Charn_Chai_Muay_Thai_Gym-Pai_Mae_Hong_Son_Province.html ) and muaythailand.com.


 
pat
Oct 11, 2012 at 1:38 pm

haha coviniently 300m from the hospital …. excellent …. Is this the place to be if you are looking for thai gyms with dutch influence?


 

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