Taipei “Asia’s Hidden Secret” – Part 1

Mention gay Asia and what image immediately comes to mind? Bangkok’s go-go bars? Pattaya’s multitude of host bars? The beautiful guys you see just cruising along Singapore’s Orchard Road, Manila’s Roxas Boulevard and Kuala Lumpur’s Bukit Bintang? Off the radar – at least until relatively recently – has been Taipei. Yet Taiwan’s capital city has … Continue reading Taipei “Asia’s Hidden Secret” – Part 1

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Bangkok M4M Massage Shops

Soi Twilight:  Bangkok Massage, Bonny; Silom:  Arena, Best, Prime, Senso, Spa Bangkok; Sathorn:  Baantewa, Korn, Prince, Sathorn Spa;  Lumpini:  Candle T, Sanctuary by A; Sukhumwit:  Body Club, My Hero, Nine Spa, Urban Male; Ari/Saphan Kwai:  Amor, Leo, Seven, VCK; Lat Prao:  Cha-Ka, Men 101, White House Spa; Far Out:  Club M, DM Spa, Dr. Bear, … Continue reading Bangkok M4M Massage Shops

Gay Montevideo guide

Montevideo is frequently rated as one of the most gay friendly cities in the world, particularly by the likes of Lonely Planet and Skyscanner. And now by the Nomadic Boys…especially when this is what you see on your way into the country: Uruguay itself is an extremely gay friendly country, not only across Latin America, but in … Continue reading Gay Montevideo guide

London’s Best of Everything is on Brick Lane

A single city street full of life, culture, art (and food!), Brick Lane is *the* place to be in London - it's a symbol and site of true diversity and what makes London so special London is a major capital and global city, full of art and culture. In fact, it’s probably THE major capital … Continue reading London’s Best of Everything is on Brick Lane

New Year in Bangkok

3 Gay-Friendly Hotels For Your New Year When travelling, you need to enjoy yourself and not stress out about being who you are. In fact, you should go with gay pride and confidence and not feel bad about yourself or try to “fit-in” with the people who are orthodox minded. Finding hotels in Bangkok for your … Continue reading New Year in Bangkok

Belgrade Nightlife And Party Guide

The ultimate nightlife and party guide picking only the best of Belgrade’s bar and party scene! “Sweet dreams are made of this…Everybody is looking for something.” It’s Saturday night in Belgrade and we’re drinking cocktails to 80’s beats at Mikser Garden. It’s a mix crowd of young and old. But one thing is for sure, the … Continue reading Belgrade Nightlife And Party Guide

2017 – Asia Pacific Travel Trends

4 New Traveller 'Types' Emerging Within Asia Pacific: Explorer, Connector, Follower and Opportunist   A study released by Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), a leading technology company serving the global travel industry, reveals a series of highly contrasting traveller preferences behind the growing Asian Pacific travel market. Four out of five Asian travellers surveyed state that … Continue reading 2017 – Asia Pacific Travel Trends

Gay Travel in Cambodia

LGBT rights in Cambodia. Same-sex sexual activity is legal in Cambodia. While traditional cultural mores tend to be tolerant in this area, even expressly providing support for people of an intermediate or third gender, LGBT rights legislation has not yet been enacted by the ruling government. Source - Wikipedia   Cambodia is becoming one of … Continue reading Gay Travel in Cambodia

Beng Mealea

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WikipediaBeng Mealea or Bung Mealea (Khmer: ប្រាសាទបឹងមាលា, its name means “lotus pond”) is a temple in the Angkor Wat period located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay.

The temple

 Map of Beng Mealea, from a drawing by Leon de Beylie (1849-1910). In red the partially equipped path used to visit the temple.

It was built as a Hindu temple, but there are some carvings depicting buddhist motifs.[1] Its primary material is sandstone and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. For years it was difficult to reach, but a road recently built to the temple complex of Koh Ker passes Beng Mealea and more visitors are coming to the site, as it…

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CAMBODIAN CUISINE – Learn how to prepare Khmer food – Cooking Classes in Siem Reap

Visiting Cambodia is perfect opportunity not only to try (strongly recommended) but also to learn how to prepare Cambodian (Khmer) dishes. It is a perfect half a day activity and a chance to do something different. You will also get to eat the meal you prepared with the rest of the group. River Queen does … Continue reading CAMBODIAN CUISINE – Learn how to prepare Khmer food – Cooking Classes in Siem Reap