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Why Sengdara Fitness Centre is special ?
In business since 2003, Sengdara Fitness is recognized as not just the leading premium fitness center in Vientiane, but also a fantastic full-service recreational venue for people of all ages. Whether it is the average banking professional looking to get abs of steel, the aspiring young international school student training for a regional sports competition, the wandering expat seeking time away from the late beer nights, the marketing
executive looking to tone his biceps or the middle-class family in search of some quality time to spend in the pool together, Sengdara leverages years of service to create the perfect atmosphere that fits your recreational needs. At Sengdara, you'll find all of the latest cardio and strength training equipment along with a dynamic group exercise program that includes classes such as aerobics, taebo, and yoga. Want to stay fit or simply hang out with your friends and family? Sengdara is the right place for you.
What to explore at Sengdara Fitness Centre?
Sengdara Fitness boasts an excellent variety and range of fitness and exercise equipment including but not limited to treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bicycles, multi-station strength trainers, squat machines, seated calf machines, lat machines, bicep/tricep machines, cable crossover, leg press and leg extensions machines, incline/decline/shoulder press benches, dip stations, seated row machines, numerous barbells and dumbbells, weight plates, weight racks, exercise balls and many more.
|ONE Day Pass (Includes full Facilities)||45,000 kip ($6 USD)|
|ONE Day Pass (Minus Massage)||65,000 kip ($8 USD)|
|ONE Month Membership||600,000 kip ($75 USD)|
|SIX Month Membership||1,900,000 kip ($237 USD)|
|ONE Year Membership||2,800,000 kip ($350 USD)|
- “Best gym in town”
- “Everything you need in a fitness center”
- “Pleasant place to fitness”
- “Great fitness club.”
- “Good facilities and worth the money.”
Sengdara Fitness Centre
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The club has gone through major renovations the last few months. Stunning redesigned locker rooms. 2 complete sets of new strength machines: Nautilus and Life Fitness. They've also put in the order for over 50 new Precor cardio machines. I heard they're bringing in top of the line 885 Experience series treadmills, Amts, ellipticals and bikes (touch screen and networked) Also, all new spin bikes: top of the line carbon Blue Schwinn spin bikes.All the group exercise classes are also free for a members: Zumba, fit fight, yoga, Taebo, spinning.I think they also have plans to renovate the steam and sauna area and pool terrace this winter.Definitely better than most gyms I've been to back home.
No really! It was amazing, and I went there every day I was in Vientiane. It was 50,000 Kip —roughly six dollars for an all-day pass, swimming pool, decent facilities & a damn good massage.I just came back to Vientiane 6 months later, and it's 110,000 Kip for the same deal. Sorry... they lost my business as a traveler "passing through" Vientiane. I went for one day, instead of my usual seven. Paying $13 a day in USA is standard, but in Laos this just seems like poor judgment & a good way to alienate whatever customer base they've had.I'm sure you can work out a better deal if you're a local. One of the members told me he just offered them $200 USD for the year, and they took it. They're charging yankee prices for travelers, however. I'll be on the lookout for something more reasonable, and I will really miss Sengdara!
The gym is large and has a wide range of equipment, it's light and airy and a good place to have a work out. Some of the equipment needs some maintenance, just a spot of WD40 in most instances, but overall the machines and the gym in general are great. The swimming pool area is fantastic, a huge, deep, clean pool and a nice area to relax in after your workout. The only one area that we found to be disappointing was the changing rooms, shower and toilet facilities - they are just not kept clean. The sinks had bits of rubbish and hair in, the whole area looked grubby. There were a lot of cleaning ladies sitting about, but they don't seem too worried about keeping the area maintained. It was the same in both male and female changing rooms. This is a shame as the rest of the entire complex appears to be maintained well. Oh, you need to bring your own padlock for the changing room lockers as well. Overall though it's a nice place to workout and wind down, and definitely worth the money.
The club has gone through major renovations the last few months. Stunning redesigned locker rooms. 2 complete sets of new strength machines: Nautilus and Life Fitness. They've also put in the order for over 50 new Precor cardio machines. I heard they're bringing in top of the line 885 Experience series treadmills, Amts, ellipticals and bikes (touch screen and networked) Also, all new spin bikes: top of the line carbon Blue Schwinn spin bikes. All the group exercise classes are also free for a members: Zumba, fit fight, yoga, Taebo, spinning. I think they also have plans to renovate the steam and sauna area and pool terrace this winter. Definitely better than most gyms I've been to back home.