Address: 323 Prahonyothin 119 Pahonyothin Road Prachatipat Thayaburee Prathumthanee Rangsit Thailand 12130
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About this School:
In 1994, General Vimol Vongwanich, Commander-in-chief, and general Chetta Thanajaro, Assistant Commander-in-chief (the then position) were of opinion that “MUAYTHAI” became popular worldwide and this might lead to unsystematic teaching of MUAYTHAI to foreigners who wish to study. The teaching of MUAYTHAI which was not properly taught might deviate the embedded value of Thai culture. Meanwhile, the concern was also given over the lack of profound knowledge and understanding of certain Thai boxers includingthe teather’s deteriorating ethics which might damage this national art of self defense by taking it as a means to earn money rather than spreading the spoets to the foreigners in good faith. This would unavoidably tarnish “MUAYTHAI”. With this concept in mild, they invited all parties concerned in the “MUAYTHAi” circle to discuss and meeting reached an agreement to set up World MuayThai Council as the main organization in charge of regulating and spreading MUAYTHAI worldwide. After being operated under the support of the Sports Authority of Thailand, the cabinet granted approval on its establishment on …May 1995 and it was formally inaugurated on 25 September 1995 at the United Nation Conference Center. In a meeting of the Council, all members from different countries asked Thailand to set up MUAYTHAI Institute and seek permission from the Ministry of Education to design standard MUAYTHAI course for international recognition.
To encourage the trainees to have good health and learn MUAYTHAI as self-defense art. To promote MUAYTHAI as an international sport both in amateur and professional levels.