Fitness enthusiasts in Bangkok will soon enjoy a whole new world of flexibility and convenience as ClassPass, the leading membership to the world's largest fitness network, is expanding to Thailand in October 2018 after launching in Singapore and announcing plans to enter Hong Kong, according to its press statement.
In line with its global expansion plans, Bangkok will be one of the next markets in Asia for ClassPass, following its successful Singapore launch in August that saw exceeding demand and user sign-ups.
Starting from now, fitness enthusiasts can now stay ahead of the curve by registering their interest online at www.classpass.com/try/bangkok and enjoy free classes in the first month – exclusively available for a limited time only. Be prepared for a diversity of fitness experiences at exclusive studios across Thailand, including Muay Thai, strength training, yoga, Pilates, cycling, barre and more.
“We’re seeing a resurgence in the Thai fitness landscape. According to a recent Deloitte report, the APAC fitness market is now worth a record high of US$16.8 billion. Thailand’s relatively low market penetration rate of below 1 percent shows that there are plenty of opportunities for growth here,” said Fritz Lanman, ClassPass CEO in the press statement.
“People are more health-conscious than ever and are more willing to invest in fitness. ClassPass sees the opportunity to fulfil consumers’ needs for the flexibility and convenience that we enable. With a ClassPass membership, customers can choose from a variety of exercises according to their preferences and schedules. This motivates them to work out more and offers greater flexibility than signing up with one particular fitness studio. The diversity of classes in different locations as well as major cities around the world allows customers to keep up their fitness routines even when travelling or commuting,” added Fritz.
Since its inception in 2013, ClassPass has rapidly-grown worldwide and continues to gain momentum, nearly doubling in size annually and raising US$255M in funding to date. With a growing roster of over 12,000 studio, gym and wellness partners, ClassPass has made over 55 million reservations globally, constantly innovating and pushing the future of fitness through new features that enable flexibility and convenience.