Two hours from Bangkok is the former fishing village, which became a rest and relaxation destination for US troops during the Vietnam War. The local government, hotels and restaurants are trying hard, with increasing success, to improve the run-down reputation of this town. Concerted action against child prostitution and drug abuse go hand in hand with improvements in water quality, and the beach has become good for bathing again, making Pattaya an attractive international resort, with considerable attractions for the gay visitor.
This year old newly refurbished teak wood guesthouse is off the usual tourist track. It is ideally positioned as a refuge and a base from which to discover the riches of Northern Thailand. Club One Seven Chiang Mai is not only a gay guesthouse but it is also a gay sauna with a unique swimming pool as well as a gay gym, cafe and recently added massage salon.
Bangkok — often referred to as the gayest city in Asia along with Taipei — is unsurprisingly a hugely popular travel destination for queer travelers. Adding to the appeal of a trip to Bangkok is the incredible food, friendliness of the Thai people, ancient temples, raging nightlife, hip shopping destinations and yes — everything at a very affordable cost compared to Western destinations though rising rapidly. While long known as a backpacker destination, Bangkok now has some of the most affordable and luxurious properties in the world, and offers more bang-for-your-buck than almost anywhere else on earth!
The capital of Thailand is one of the biggest asian city. People call Bangkok "city of angels" because this phrase is in the full name of Bangkok in Thai language. For the Thais Bangkok is a spiritual, cultural, economic and political center, it's home for more than 16 million people.
Bangkok's gay nightlife is touted as being the hub of Southeast Asia for good reason. It boasts some of the best — be it great bars and clubs, saunas or inventive go-go boy shows — when it comes to catering to the rainbow crowd. Bangkok's LBGT scene is so active you can party seven nights a week and still find new places to discover, but our list of best gay experiences in Bangkok is a great place to start - whether you want to dip a toe into the community or dive in head first.
Is Babylon Sauna in Bangkok still the best gay sauna in the world? I was there years ago, and it was an unforgettable visual experience. The rest was so so, but that was probably more dued to my shyness in these days .
If Koh Samui is your dream destination then you should check out our amazing Hotel Collections and choose the hotel that will make this unique experience even more worth-like. Gay Cruising in Koh Samui can be found in one place; the Khanom Ferry Terminal area, where several gay men are searching for fun, and the number of young guys is surprising! There aren't any exclusively gay beaches in Koh Samui but the majority of gay travelers prefer the Central Chaweng beach, around the end of Soi Lamd in Pattaya, for unwinding and sun bathing.
Have heard about this place over the years and dreamt of going and now I have! First things first: getting there. Babylon is not the easiest place to find so I suggest taxi.
Bangkok has a lot of saunas and even more massage spas, along with internet massage services that will send young men of your choice to your hotel room. Chakran has a swimming pool, pond, Jacuzzi, steam room, stream room, dark room, roof top restaurant and more! Many gay saunas in Bangkok have state of the art facilities, rooms, restaurants, pools and host popular weekly theme parties.