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    Check out our insiders gay guide to Bangkok, with tips on the best gay bars, clubs and restaurants in the city.

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  • Bangkok Gay Bars & Clubs

    From the bars in Silom, conveniently located on Soi 2 and Soi 4 or spice things up on Soi Twilight at the cruise bars.

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    Check out our list of the best places to stay in the city’s gay neighbourhood of Silom, by the river, or close to the shopping districts. You decide!

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Welcome to Gay BANGKOK

Visit our gay guide to Bangkok, one of the most visited cities in the world, with tips on the best places to eat, party and where to stay.

Bangkok Hotel Guide

Discover the best Bangkok Hotels in the gay districts of Silom and close to Soi 2 and Soi 4. Book early to get the best rates.

Recommended Bars

Bangkok’s bar scene is wide and varied mixing long established venues. Telephone & Balcony with upstarts like Stranger bar.

Dining Out

Bangkok is a feast for the senses with so many different types of cuisine to try, from delicious street food to fine dining.

Bangkok Gay Calendar

From themed “Gay Nights” in the city’s super clubs to world-class circuit festivals, Bangkok is a city that never sleeps!

Top Trending Hotels in BANGKOK with our visitors.

Check out the most popular hotels with our guests this past 7 days in Bangkok. Stay close to the city’s main gay nightlife;Silom has a huge choice of restaurants and bars, with both skytrain and metro stations providing fast connections across the city.

So Sofitel Bangkok

Close to Nightlife

SO Sofitel Bangkok has hosted numerous gay parties such as gCircuit, Sundance Asia and Hi-So Rainbow. At 30-stories high, SO Sofitel Bangkok has sweeping city views from its stylish restaurants, gym, infinity-edge pool. The gay nightlife in Silom is just a few minutes away by taxi. Check Rates Now!

Trinity Silom Hotel

Great Value

Trinity Silom is tucked away along a quiet side street, conveniently close to both the BTS skytrain station and the Silom gay nightlife including DJ Station and Telephone Pub. The hotel offers comfortable, well-designed, great-value rooms with free WiFi, an onsite restaurant, swimming pool and gym. Check Rates Now!

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  • Where to Stay?

    Bangkok has several different districts, all with their own unique charm. With traffic it can take between 15 minutes to 1 hour to get from one to the other, so you are best staying close to the Skytrain. Most of Bangkok’s gay scene is concentrated in the Silom area, around the Sala Daeng and Silom MRT stations. Hotels in this area tend to book out fast, especially during the key events, so reserve early.

Bangkok can be as frenetic or as relaxing as you wish! You can chill out poolside and enjoy the zen of the many temples or party all night in the clubs and bars, discover new taste experiences on the streets of Chinatown or dine out with stunning views on a 5 star rooftop!

Bangkok, home to more than 8 million people is one of the busiest cities in the world and home to one of the most diverse gay scenes. Most of the popular tourist areas are located within the central districts and are well served by the BTS skytrain.

The 3 main areas popular with gay visitors include Siam & Lumpini, which is the heart of the city, filled with shops and restaurants; Silom & Sathorn, home to the city’s gay district and Sukhumvit an upmarket area known for its high-end shopping and 5 star hotels. Most gay visitors stay in or around Silom or Siam area.

The main gay bars and dance clubs are located on Silom Soi 2 and Soi 4. Well know bars such as Balcony, Stranger and Telephone tend to get busy after 10 pm with mostly foreign customers. DJ Station is always a popular option for late night dancing.

With more than 10+ gay saunas in Bangkok, you are spoilt for choice. Babylon and R3 are two of the most poular! Most offer massage. You can also visit some of the many day-spas where you can have any type of “service” you require. Those looking to meet some hot GoGos for a private dance should head to “Patpong”, Bangkok’s ‘red light district’ that includes a gay section on Soi Twilight (aka Soi Pratuchai).

International circuit parties take place during New Years and SongKran attracting thousands of guys from Asia and around the world. Bangkok is busy all year, though peak season is from November to February, when the weather is comfortable, with temperatures varying from 25°C to 32°C. Around April and May, it is very hot, so be prepared. Rainy season is from June through October.

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