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Tiger Muay Thai Singapore

     Located at the edge of Singapore's CBD, Raffles Place, the world-renowned Tiger Muay Thai & MMA gym opens its doors in Singapore.

Tiger Muay Thai Singapore

Tiger Muay Thai started off with vision to bring quality and authentic Muay Thai Training in Thailand to people of all levels. Now, the camp has become a home away from home for enthusiasts and professional athletes all over the world who come for a variety of reasons.

Continuously featured on documentaries, travel shows and throughout a variety of mass media outlets, Tiger Muay Thai has gained a well-deserved reputation as the premier destination for Muay Thai, MMA & Fitness training in Thailand.

Tang Kai visits Tiger Muay Thai Singapore

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Newly-crowned ONE Championship Featherweight Champion, Tang Kai visits Tiger Muay Thai (Singapore)

Tiger Muay Thai Training From Phuket to Singapore

Now opening it's doors in Singapore, Tiger Muay Thai gym is set to make an even bigger wave across the world. Bringing Tiger Muay Thai's legendary training from Phuket to Singapore, everyone that goes through our doors can expect to experience what our Muay Thai gym in Phuket has to offer. Year-round guest coaches and fighters will grace the doors of our gym, look out for them in action!

Authentic & Traditionally-based Muay Thai Classes in Singapore

We strive to keep the Muay Thai training we offer 100% authentic. We respect Thai tradition and that reverence runs deeply throughout our Muay Thai classes and around our camp. You won’t find a watered-down version of the “Art of Eight Limbs” here.

Our Muay Thai classes are broken down into beginner, intermediate, advanced, and professional invite-only rings.

The sessions will be run for 1 hour each. Our Muay Thai instructors will teach traditional and fundamental fighting techniques including kicking, knees, elbows, boxing (Thaiboxing) skills, the famed Muay Thai clinch, combinations, and of course, ring fitness and conditioning.

Beginners Muay Thai Training

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Your guide to Beginners Muay Thai

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long does it take to learn Muay Thai?​

While it’s not the same for everyone, it will take someone about 3-6 months on average. In this time frame, you’ll be able to learn the basics of Muay Thai. Your training results also depend on certain factors such as how often you train.  For example, make it a commitment to training at least 3 times per week for classes.

2. ​What are the benefits of Muay Thai?

Muay Thai is one of the martial arts that is highly effective for self-defense. It has many techniques that can be used in self-defense. When you start practicing Muay Thai, it’ll give you the confidence, mental resilience, and skills to defend yourself in real-life situations! 

When it comes to fitness, Muay Thai is the perfect total body workout. It’s a dynamic, fun, and effective way to get your body in shape, build your core, overall strength, and flexibility. It can help you burn calories ranging from 300 to 600 in just one session!

3. ​Muay Thai or BJJ: Which should I learn first?

These two martial arts are effective for self-defense. Both martial arts are practiced widely around the world, it is different and unique in their own ways. The Muay Thai approach is more striking and standing based.  BJJ, on the other hand, is leaning more towards ground-based for its effectiveness and uses your legs, arms, and hips to choke and avoid any submissions. 


If you are new to martial arts and do not know which to pick, It’s best to go for a trial class and see which suits you best.

4. ​What does Kru mean in Muay Thai?

Kru, in Thai literally translates to teacher or instructor. In Muay Thai, a Kru is someone professional in Muay Thai who teaches their students the skills and techniques of Muay Thai. Check out the trainers in our Muay Thai gym here!

5. ​Where is Tiger Muay Thai (Singapore) located?

Our Muay Thai gym is located at the following address.

 

73/75 South Bridge Road Singapore 058705


Nearest MRT:

  • Clarke Quay MRT (220m, exit A)

  • Raffles Place MRT (650m, exit G)

  • Chinatown MRT (550m exit F)

  • Telok Ayer MRT (800m, exit B)

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