- Complete muay thai training infrastructure: A ring, heavy bags, traditional muay thai training items, wall mount punching bag, speed bag, double end bags, etc.
- 4cm thick EVA judo/kickboxing Matt custom made for martial arts training. Allows safe cushioning for the knees and ankles.
- Full set of dumbells
- Full range of kettlebells
- Full set of barbells for weight training
- Temp crossfit weights for crossfit training.
- Power rack, pull up bar, bench press station.
- Bootcamp obstacle course
- Cross training equipments (Logs, kegs, tyres, ropes ,etc)
Our Environment : The World Renowned Langkawi Island
Langkawi is an idyllic tropical archipelago of 99 islands located in the Andaman Sea, just north of the Straits of Malacca. Located in Malaysia, this Jewel of Kedah state was recognized as the first UNESCO Geopark in South-East Asia since 2007 – giving the world the opportunity to experience virgin tropical forests, witness beautiful rock formations and study geological wonders dating back more than 500 million years. That is almost as old as the Earth itself!
The ancient tropical rainforests hosts unique species of various floras and faunas that had remained hidden to the world until now. An asteroid fell 10 million years ago to create an amazing natural marine-scape known as Mahsuri Rings and also Pulau Tepor – a near ‘perfect crescent’ of the bay. There are mountainous ‘living fossils’ growing with these wonderful stories to tell if we only took the time to listen.
In 2011, Langkawi was again awarded the UNESCO Geopark status in recognition of its natural beauty, ecological harmony as well as its archaeological, geological and cultural significance. This recognition and Langkawi’s natural heritage sets Langkawi apart from other tropical islands in the world.
Modern ideas and developments further shape the Langkawi landscape with resorts and townships abound. Connected to the rest of the world via ferries and airplanes, with modern roadways leading all over the island through suburban wooden village houses and lush green areas, one can find a perfect balance between ‘nature’ and ‘civilisation’ in this heavenly paradise.