Anyone training Muay Thai will typically choose, Bangkok, Pattaya, Chang Mai, Phuket, Hua Hin or places close by for their training; Isaan is somewhere not many Westerners will venture due to it being fairly unknown. This is now a very easy trip for me, having travelled many times to Isaan to train, fight and see friends. Getting To Phutthaisong From Bangkok The journey starts from Bangkok. By MRT go to Chatuchak MRT station and take Exit 1. If you’re traveling by BTS, you need to go to Mo-Chit station and exit towards Chatuchak Park. Once you come out of MRT Exit 1, there will be motorbike taxi drivers sitting around waiting for their next job. … [Read more...]
About Michael Harbone
Michael Harbone came to Thailand planning to stay for only one month. It turned into eight years. He has been training Muay Thai full time for the past four years and fighting out of 96 Penang Gym for the last two. Michael has fought at Lumpinee and Rajadamnern stadiums, and has experienced all sides of Muay Thai from the tourist gym to the poorest. Connect with Michael at href="https://www.facebook.com/michaelharbonephotography" target="_blank">Michael Harbone Photography.