All in all we were really disappointed by the Tiger. Arriving there, a manager guy, I think his name was Phil, received us. When you arrive at Tiger Muay Thai, you always walk into their office first. I think they didn't show us around because they have their virtual tour on their youtube channel. So I guess you can just check out that and go there to get rid of your money. It felt like the first thing he wants you to do is to sign up for a few weeks without asking what exactly you want to do. After all, they offer everything. Well, and then you are supposed to buy new training equipment, because the gym doesn't share gloves like other gyms in Thailand. Oh yea :) That's because of the bacteria problem they have down there. We already had an apartment for one month in Karon Beach, so we didn't need any of their rooms. But what i really didn't like was that all the manager's questions were money related. The whole conversation was very un-personal. Long story, but at the end he said he would email us his "price" for taping our videos with his Muay Boran / Krabi Krabong Guy. He never came back to us and even after we reminded him, he didn't show any interest. BTW, Tiger Muay Thai is in the Chalong Area, which is the only place in Phuket without a nice beach. The next nice sand beach is 15 minutes south, in Rawai, or at the other side of the hills, in Patong. Also, there are no Thai fighters at Tiger Muay Thai. At least i didn't see any. It's a business for foreign tourist fighters and free-fighters only. The only thing I liked about Tiger was that you can get protein shakes in the gym and I guess I would have liked their Krabi Krabong instructor, but I was never able to meet him. They fly in boxing instructors from and brazilian jujitsu instructors from the U.S. but it feels like they are only there for the phuket-climate.