Kiatphontip gym was established 16 years ago in Phattalung province Southern Thailand. The gym produced such names as Jompop Kiatphontip, a former number one ranked fighter at Ratchadamnern stadium and top Sukonesongchai fighter and former Thamjai Superyak tournament champion and Ratchadamnern title challenger Samingprai Kiatphontip
The gym has since developed a new facility on the outskirts of Bangkok, to produce and develop younger talent to fight on the main Bangkok fight circuit. Since opening in May 2008, the gym has seen Samsamut Kiatchongkao win both the Thailand and Ratchadamnern Lightweight titles and young rising star Pe-teng Kiatphontip add to his collection of titles.
Training at Kiatphontip is geared to all levels of people who wish to train in Muaythai, whether you are an experienced fighter, or just starting out, whether you want to get in shape and learn the art, or want to test your skills inside the Muaythai ring.
Our trainers will adapt the training to suite your needs and develop your skills and style. The training is authentic Muaythai style and you train alongside and with our stable of talented young Thai fighters. At Kiatphontip the foreign students are treated as equal to the Thai fighters and the training is the same for everyone. You are not expected to do anything you can't manage though and are strongly advised to build into any hard training routines.
There is no set style of fighting for Kiatphontip, with each fighter developed into the style that best suites their own physical abilities. If you wish to work on a particular technique or develop your style in a particular way, this can be adapted into your training programme.
Kiatphontip have had several top level foreign boxers come to train and fight for the gym and can arrange fights easily, being careful to make sure the match-up is as good as possible, so the foreign boxers get a decent learning fight, but don't get matched out of their depth at the same time. We have had foreign boxers compete at Lumpini and Ratchadamnern stadiums, both the King and Queen's birthday shows and many other fight cards around Thailand.