Gay Asia Destinations

Your guide to destinations in Gay Asia

Gay Asia is one continent hugely under-rated by many gay travelers. For people who have not visited countries like Thailand, Taiwan, Cambodia and even Japan, there is a lot to be missed. The sub-continent of South East Asia is diverse, open and largely gay-friendly. Many will agree that Bangkok is the hub of gay Asia, hosting one of the largest, raunchiest and ultimately crazy gay scenes in the world today.

For any gay traveler new to gay Asia, Bangkok is a great place to start. It’s often seen as a soft landing and less of a culture shock to newbies. Bangkok is also a major hub for traveling around the surrounding countries with cheap flights to many cities with an array of quality budget airlines. Vietnam, Cambodia, and Bali are just a few nearly countries with plenty to offer all breeds of gay travelers.

It’s true that many gay travelers never make it outside of Thailand and it’s easy to understand why. Putting Bangkok aside, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Pattaya and even paradise islands such as Koh Samui have vibrant gay scenes, gay hotels and much more to offer visitors.

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Welcoming over 32 million visitors a year, Thailand has become one of the top gay travel destinations in the world and certainly in South East Asia..

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The Different Areas Of Gay Pattaya 2019

  Pattaya is known as Asia’s city of sin for a reason, and despite claims that it’s now a family friendly destination; you only have to ask some of Pattaya’s expat community to hear that it’s really not the case. While the gay scene in is changing rapidly and...

Jomtien Complex Hotels In Pattaya Thailand 2018

  Jomtien Complex in recent years has become a hub of Pattaya's gay nightlife and there are many Jomtien complex hotels and accommodation options. With over 24 gay bars in the complex itself and a host of other smaller bars dotted around, it’s a great place...

Songkran 2018 – Survival Guide

  With Songkran 2018 fast approaching it’s time to start planning accordingly. Last year was my first Songkran. I was in Bangkok at the time and had no idea what to expect. Suffice to say I was taken back by the sheer insanity of this Thai celebration. From my...