After great success in Singapore, Dubai and Shanghai in 2015, the unlimited workout pass is coming to Thailand.

Don't want to commit to one type of workout, or can't afford multiple gym membership fees? Here's some good news. GuavaPass, a subsciption service launched earlier this year where fitness fanatics pay a fixed monthly fee to sample a variety of classes at different venues, is coming to Bangkok. 

Priced at B2,500/month, an all-access pass will grant you the chance to try yoga, CrossFit, indoor cycling, Pilates, dance, muay Thai and fitness training classes at more than 20 studio partners throughout Bangkok, including big names like Yoga Elements, Pilates Station, CrossFit TEN500 and Flow House.

Members get unlimited fitness classes at any participating studio. However, most studios impose a limit of three specialized classes per member. For safety reasons, too, GuavaPass holders may not be able to attend more advanced classes. The big bonus? You can quit anytime.

The pass is said to soft launch next week and officially launch in August. Sign up now at guavapass.com to be among the first to find out the full details. Find out more at www.fb.com/guavapass