Let us introduce a campsite that you and your team will not forget. Swimcamp Thailand makes it easy for you as a coach, team manager and swimmer. At this site everything is located within minutes of walking with a helpful staff that takes care of you and your swimmers.
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We offer full board in tripple, double and single room:
-Accomodation at Thanyapura Retreat
-Full board (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) at Khun Khao Resturant
-4 hours of lanehire per day at Thanyapura Sport and Leisure Club
-Transfer to and from airport for the team(minimum 10pax)
-Free access to fitnesscenter at Thanyapura Sport and Leisure Club
Swimcamp-Thailand, Thanyapura Sports & Leisure Club , Phuket, Thailand; the world class sports club for aquatic training in Asia. Situated against the breathtaking surroundings of a national park on a tropical island, Swimcamp-Thailand, Camp Thanyapura, offers aquatic teams facilities to train and practice, both physically and mentally. Our aquatic complex houses an outdoor temperature-controlled 8-lane 50m pool and an 8-lane 25m pool, 3m deep in its entirety, all backed up with a full Daktronics electronic timing system. The main 50m pool also has an underwater viewing gallery for video analysis, with the 900sqm state-of-the-art fitness suite situated adjacent to the grandstand; also home to Hypoxia, Power Plate®, Spinning, and TRX Band studios. Teams may also take advantage of our ‘Sports Mindfulness’ programs which offer athletes the chance to explore the psychological methods employed at the elite level of sport to attain optimal sporting performance. This aquatic facility is one of a kind and whether you are swim, synchro or water polo based team; Swimcamp-Thailand, Camp Thanyapura, has everything you need to enhance your sporting performance.
- 50-metre Olympic competition pool (8 lanes, 3 metres deep)
- 25-metre training and teaching pool
- 25-metre recreational pool (Sports Hotel)
- Omega Track start blocks
- Daktronics timing system and scoreboard
- Ozone filtration
- Paralympic friendly
- Qualified and experienced swim coaches
- Vasa Erg swim trainers
- Swimming and water polo equipment available
- Sport science services available (lactate testing, Panther Ergo measure system)
- Equipment for Waterpolo, Synchronized Swimming and Triathlon training
Our 900-sqm fitness centre and studios are contained in four distinct zones of air-conditioned space. High-performance training areas featuring the latest fitness equipment from Technogym, including cardio equipment with an on-screen personal trainer as well as the new “Inspiration” strength line.
Personal Strength Training Zone furnished with Technogym plate loaded exercise machines, an extended range of free weight equipment and full complement of cardio equipment.Purpose-built studios for Spinning, and Power Plate® classes, Hypoxia room, and functional training, as well as yoga, Pilates, martial arts and dance studios.
In addition we have a 500m athletics track with a full IRB standard rugby pitch housed within, 4 indoor and 2 outdoor Australian Open ITF standard tennis courts, beach volleyball and soccer courts and an Integrated Health Centre and Spa that can cater to athletes and coaches providing both alternative medicine and modern science such as physiotherapy and sports massage treatments.
Thanyapura Sports Hotel offers modern conveniences with friendly and energetic service, and free access to the best sports and health facilities and expertise in Asia. Both hotel wings are non-smoking.
When to go?
Flying to Phuket is normally low cost even from Europe or USA. You can get really cheap flights during the summer. The most expensive time is probably over Christmas, but even then you get good prices if you are early with your booking. Phuket has a tropical monsoon climate. It’s warm all your round, but the two periods of April-May and September-October are the hottest. The September-October period is also the wettest. The best time to visit Phuket is during the cool season, from November though to March, when it isn’t so humid, and the cool breezes keep things comfortable. The average temperature is around 75ºF to 89ºF (24ºC to 32ºC).
The hottest time is from April through to May, with temperatures ranging from 80ºF to 95ºF (27ºC to 36ºC). There are short heavy showers, offering welcome relief from the temperature and humidity. The Thai New Year occurs on April 13th and everyone sprinkles (or throws) cool water on each other. No wonder! Locals enjoy June, July and August, since the weather is usually fine and their favourite haunts remain uncrowded. The usual pattern is brief but heavy showers, with plenty of sunshine between downpours. Everything is a little less expensive at this time of year as well. Temperatures range between 70ºF and 90ºF (20ºC to 33ºC) During September and early October, the showers are heavier and more prolonged, but even at this time there are still long intervals of sunshine. The beaches, outdoor restaurants and streets are relatively uncluttered by visitors and there are plenty of low season activities, both water and land-based, during this wettest part of the summer season.
What to do on the island of Phuket?
Jungle-trekking, snorkeling or simply sightseeing? Phuket has a huge range of tours from coach trips to private excursions. Island tours leave daily stopping at places like the National Park, temples and others areas of interest. Some specialize in giving a taste of local island life with stops at rubber and coconut plantations, while others focus on shopping and visiting beauty spots. If you’d like to go beyond Phuket Island, you can take a day trip to one of the many offshore islands, visit the mainland province of Phang Nga with its amazing limestone scenery, or stay overnight on famous Phi Phi Island.
Phuket offers a great variety of shopping, from bustling open-air village food markets, lively night markets, street stalls and local shops to western style department stores and up-market specialist shops.Thailand also has a wealth of local crafts – ceramics, textiles, tailor-made clothing and excellent furniture to name a few. If you simply want a few souvenirs or some inexpensive beach or sportswear, the local stalls in Phuket town and the beach resorts have a large selection. If you need the essentials, head for the western style department stores or the new huge supermarkets on the edge of town. For items such as gems and jewellery, there are specialist shops.