Kingdom Fight Gym, started in 2018 in Siem Reap and expanded to the capital, Phnom Penh , in 2021!

KFG is bringing back Kun Khmer, mixed with K1 kickboxing. Kun Khmer shares the same roots with Muay Thai from Thailand, Muay Lao from Laos and Lethwei from Myanmar.


We offer Private Training, customized to your needs! Mixing up Kun Khmer, Muay Thai, K1 Kickboxing, Boxing techniques and drills with challenging exercises.

Besides that we offer group classes. Check out our schedule below for more details!

Our team of experienced coaches (active and retired fighters, local and foreigners) will make sure you improve your techniques in a challenging, yet fun and friendly environment!


Your Coaches


Kwok-Leung Tsang | Co-founder & Partner

Kingdom Fight Gym gives Kwok-Leung the opportunity to combine his passion and his qualities. Martial arts have always been a great factor in his personal development. He has experienced the positive effect it has on self-control, social connection and perseverance. Started Martial arts at the age of 15 in Taekwondo, holding second degree black belt and switched to Muay Thai / Kun Khmer at later age.
His background has given him the mission in life to make people aware of their strength and position in society. It all fits into his personal philosophy: Together we stand strong, nobody has to stand alone.


Gustaf Cedermalm | Coach & Partner

Gustaf joined KFG PP in 2021. He started training karate at the age of 10. When he was a teenager he competed in English boxing, and later in Muay Thai/Kun Khmer/K1 Kickboxing. Gustaf is currently holding BFBA’s European Bare Knuckle Champions Belt.
He has many years of coaching and fighting experience, and is looking forward to coach many more fighters in all levels at KFG.

‘Martial Art has given me so much! It helped me find the right way in life.’


Lok Somnang | Team Leader & Coach

Somnang started training and competing when he was 14 years. Very talented and intelligent fighter who unfortunately had to take a break from fighting due to some injuries, which gave him the opportunity to grow as a padholder and coach.


Lok Bunna | Coach

Bunna started training when he was 12 years, started with boxing and switched to Kun Khmer later on.
He competed in the national boxing team and won several medals!


Thang Dina | Coach



Hom Phanon | Coach


St 23 Phnom Penh, 120209​

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