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50 Best Muaythai Gyms in Thailand - Sport Authority Guide

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This is an awesome little book we found today, a guide put out the the Sports Authority of Thailand, which had Sylvie's gym Petchrungruang in it. There are not a lot of places where this kind of information can be found so we came home and just photographed the pages. You should be able to download any single page and zoom in to get the details you might be interested in. Not the best format for browsing, but it is a resource! You can find Sylvie's recommended gym list here.

As a guide you might scroll through and find a gym that you hadn't thought of, or hadn't heard of before. Every gym has 4 pages devoted to it.

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Thanks Kevin,That's great material.

I have started to upload these pics on the respective google map page of them gyms.

Some don't even have a google maps page. I'll send the list later. It'd be great if then we could contact them to help them upload the location on gmaps

Cheers

 

 

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