All training camp deals include accommodation and this is clearly detailed for each one. The quality of accommodation varies from gym to gym. We hope that the photos on the gym's page will help to give you a clear idea of the room standards.
Meals: Most training camp deals on our site include one or two meals a day. Please check the details to confirm what's included. Even if meals are included as part of your package, you may find that they are not enough to satisfy your significantly increased appetite. No problem, Thailand is blessed with and abundance of food. If the gym doesn't have a kitchen offering Thai or Western fare, then it's usually very easy to find cheap restaurants or street carts selling delicious Thai meals for a couple of dollars (30-60 baht). Fruit sold from a cart costs 10-20 baht. While a main Thai dish in cheaper restaurants and markets costs between 30 and 100 baht, depending on the location and quality. For beers and alcohol, convenience stores like Family Mart or 7-11 make drinking more affordable with a small beer can costing around 50 baht.
Water: Access to quality drinking water options can sometimes (only sometimes) be a challenge in Thailand. If you don't want to contribute to the oceans' plastic pollution, then it becomes even harder. Some, but not many, gyms offer free drinking water from a fountain or water cooler where you can fill up your reusable bottle. Most gyms sell water bottles at the counter. The easiest option may be to buy a large 1.5 or 5-litre bottle from 7-11 to keep in your room. But if you're an eco-warrior and also pinching the pennies (or baht), ask for the nearest water machine on the street. These machines are located all over Thailand and cost just 1 baht per litre to fill your own container.
Laundry: Training camps that provide accommodation often have a laundry service on site available for guests. Laundry services are very affordable and may include pick-up and delivery. A typical guest will spend 80-120 baht per week on laundry. There are usually also several local places to take your laundry for similar prices.
On arrival, Suvarnabhumi, Don Meuang, Chiang Mai and Phuket airports all offer free internet access if you register your passport number and email address. During your stay, free Wi-Fi is never far away. Internet is generally very fast in Thailand and cafés, hotels, restaurants and gyms provide free access to guests and customers.
If your phone is unlocked, you may prefer to purchase a SIM card from one of the main service providers - AIS, DTAC or True - as data is relatively cheap. You can read more about your options here.