Bamboo Tattoo School

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Bamboo Tattoo School is located in Pran Buri (in the Prachuab Kiri Khan province, about 30 km from Hua Hin). They offer free structure courses where you can learn to tattoo with a machine or with bamboo (hand poking techniques). Divided between beginner and advanced courses, their duration is 60 hours (2 weeks) and food and accommodation can be included in the course.

Websites
tattootrainingthailand.com

Places
Hua Hin, Pran Buri, Thailand

Training Services
  • Practitioner Training
Thai Arts Classes
  • Thai Tattoos

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