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About Luktupfah MuayThai Academy

Luktupfah is owned by Grand Master Woody, president of World Muay Thai Organization (WMO), World Muay Boran Federation (WMBF), Kru Muay Thai Assocation (KMA) and promoter of MBK Fight Night. Also, managed by his daughter Jade Sirisompan, previous professional Muay Thai fighter. Both able to communicate fully in Thai and English. Luktupfah has been successfully training their students, fighters and teaching the art of Muay Thai since 2012. Offering professional instructed training by expert teachers and ex champion fighters. Luktupfah adapts all training to suit specific needs of each individual, whether is be for fighting, exercise, self defense or just fun. Luktupfah offers guest boarding in their bungalows on site at the camp, with a package of training and meals. Being a family business, Luktupfah takes great care of their guests, making sure each guest is happy and taken care of, regarding enquiries in training, Bangkok and places to visit and any personal needs each individual may have.


Luktupfah is situated on the outskirts of Bangkok, about 30 minutes away from the city. The surrounding area of the camp is still quite rural, making it free from distractions and the air being fresher than in central Bangkok. Located just 15 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, close to popular shopping malls like Seacon Square, Paradise Park, Talad Rot Fai (Night train market) and Rama 9 Park. Taxis are always available around the camp and it is close to the Airport link sky train 'Ban Thap Chang'.