The Fight Dorm
Koh Tao, Thailand

For those looking to fully immerse themselves in a true fight camp atmosphere, we have a purpose-built dorm room onsite at Monsoon Gym and Fight Camp.

Just a few meters from the training area and the gym, The Fight Dorm offers a great communal atmosphere.

With numerous training sessions going on throughout the day, there’s no reason to venture farther than the camp to relax and refresh yourself. The beds are comfortable and the linens are changed weekly. Toilets and showers are just outside and around the corner.

Throughout the day, the windows are opened and the fans are engaged to keep the room fresh. Our cleaner will be in multiple times to tidy up. At night, the aircon will be turned on and quiet time starts from 10pm.

With only 12 beds available, make sure to book your spot ahead of time. Nightly, weekly and monthly rates are available.

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The Fight Dorm FAQs

How many people can stay in the dorm? 

We have 12 beds available in the fight dorm and then 2 beds in a separate room. The dorm has air-conditioning and we have a daily cleaning service. Every bed has a locker, so you can lock up your valuables if you want.

Can girls stay in the dorm too? 

Yes of course! If there’s a bunch of guys already staying in the big room, we have a small room with 2 beds for girls. But since there is enough space between the beds, girls can easily be in the dorm room too.

What do I need to bring if I want to stay at the Fight Dorm? 

We provide a pillow, sheets and a blanket and a locker. You should just bring a towel or 2 for showers after training, some workout clothes, toiletries and a lock for the locker we provide.

How are the bathrooms? 

We have 3 bathrooms outside the dorm with showers and toilets. There’s only cold water, but the weather in Thailand is so hot that you will be happy with that! The water never gets very cold here anyway.

Is there a kitchen? 

We do have a kitchen with a fridge that you can use to store you breakfast of some cold drinks for example. Most people eat a quick, small breakfast before the training sessions and go out for a proper breakfast or lunch on the beach at 2 minutes walk after training. There are lots of Thai and western food restaurants very close to the gym, at 2 to 10 minutes walk.

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