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Our Education Visa

At Chiang Mai Inter Muay Thai School, we understand the desire to fully immerse yourself in the art of Muay Thai and the vibrant culture of Chiang Mai, Thailand. We provide an incredible opportunity for foreigners to stay in Chiang Mai for an extended period, ranging from six months to a year.

With our education visas, you can train at our renowned Muay Thai facility while also experiencing the rich traditions and breathtaking beauty of Thailand. Immerse yourself in the local community, learn the language, and gain a deeper understanding of the art of Muay Thai.

 

Muay Thai hand wrap at Xmax Thai Boxing Club, Chiang Mai Inter Muay Thai School, Thailand.

Our Story

On August 29, 2016, we proudly opened Xmax Thai Boxing Club with the aim of helping foreigners fulfill their Muay Thai dreams and experience training and living in Thailand. However we soon recognised the significance of providing a comprehensive learning experience with a Thailand Muay Thai Visa, so we pursued our certification and successfully obtained it in November 2020. This milestone led us to establish “Chiang Mai Inter Muay Thai School,” now enabling us to facilitate the process of obtaining an Education Visa for those interested in immersing themselves in our national sport for up to 1 year.

Contact us today for more information on how to apply for an education visa and start your journey of a lifetime in the heart of Muay Thai, Chiang Mai.

Muay Thai training, Chiang Mai Inter Muay Thai School, Xmax Thai Boxing Club.

Take the opportunity now!

Got some questions?

We have answers! Please check out our FAQ’s about Muay Thai Visa’s here in beautiful Chiang Mai.
If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to contact one of our friendly staff.

How to get a Muay Thai Visa?
  • There are two ways to get a Muay Thai Visa:

    1. From a Thai Embassy in your home country. You need a registered school to prepare the necessary paperwork and provide documents like your passport, photos, application forms, and proof of funds.

    2. In Thailand. Find a registered Muay Thai School to prepare the paperwork and help convert your current visa to an Education (ED) Visa.

  • If applying within Thailand, the school usually needs:

    • Your passport

    • 5 pictures (4×6 cm)

    • TM30 (provided by your landlord or hotel)

    • Payment of the fee

    • Depending on nationality, you may need to provide fingerprints

A “Muay Thai Visa” is an Education Visa (ED Visa) for learning Muay Thai. It allows stays of up to one year, with multiple entries and possible extensions.

The visa can be renewed for up to 3 years.

Anyone between 8 and 50 years old is eligible.

No experience is required. You can start as a beginner.

No, fighting is not required when you have a Muay Thai ED Visa.

You need to be between 8 and 50 years old.

Yes, you can. Find a registered Muay Thai school to prepare the paperwork and help you get an Education Visa.

Tourist Visa, Visa on Arrival, and Visa Exemption can be converted.

No, the Muay Thai ED Visa is strictly for educational purposes and does not permit work.

Generally, there are no specific health requirements, but it’s recommended to have a basic level of fitness.

Yes, the Muay Thai ED Visa allows for multiple entries, so you can travel in and out of Thailand during its validity.

You can extend your Muay Thai Visa by working with your Muay Thai school, which will help you with the necessary paperwork and process.

Instructors at Xmax Thai Boxing Club
Chiang Mai muay Thai at Xmax Thai Boxing Club
Chiang Mai muay Thai at Xmax Thai Boxing Club
Chiang Mai muay Thai at Xmax Thai Boxing Club

Still Unsure?

We have a dedicated FAQ page to answer any of your questions regarding Xmax, Muay Thai and life here in Chiang Mai, hopefully, we can answer all your questions there, but if not, please get in touch, we would love to hear from you!

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