The 7 gay-friendly “Unofficial” destinations to travel in China

Hello! My Lalas and others, I am back after few days and this time with a topic that I believe you will be interested at because who hasn’t asked the question before: I am gay and I want to travel in China, Where can I go? Either if you are new in China or you … Continue reading The 7 gay-friendly “Unofficial” destinations to travel in China

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Gay Krakow Guide: The Essential Guide To Gay Travel In Krakow Poland

A mystical city full of legends, grand architecture, bohemian vibes and 20th-century tragedy, Gay Krakow today might be utterly captivating but is still found in Poland, one of the most challenging EU nations for the LGBT community. Being gay in Poland is not easy with a socially conservative duopoly in control of legislation with the backing of … Continue reading Gay Krakow Guide: The Essential Guide To Gay Travel In Krakow Poland

A Queer Guide to Chiang Mai Gay Bars and Hotels

Looking for a fabulous queer night out in Thailand’s northern spotlight Chiang Mai? In this article, I’ll list out the best Chiang Mai gay bars and hotels to queer up your holidays! There aren’t as many Chiang Mai gay bars and hotels in the city as one may hope. It’s a great city, and, like … Continue reading A Queer Guide to Chiang Mai Gay Bars and Hotels

A Queer Guide to Bali Gay Bars and Hotels

Bali has made quite a reputation for Pink Tourism over the years. In this article, I’ll give you a detailed overview of the best Bali gay bars and hotels. A Travel Blog by Rohan Indonesia doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to gay rights. Of course, they do have liberal-leaning cities like … Continue reading A Queer Guide to Bali Gay Bars and Hotels

Top 8 Gay Experiences in Bangkok

Bangkok Gay Nightlife 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 … Continue reading Top 8 Gay Experiences in Bangkok

How Gay-Friendly Is Vietnam for Tourists?

A Travel Blog By Rohan Vietnam is a relatively gay-friendly destination for tourists. It isn’t quite the glitter-bomb gay utopia like parts of Thailand. But it’s not overtly homophobic either. Basically, an accurate answer to “How Gay-Friendly is Vietnam?” would be, meh. I spent a whole month backpacking through Vietnam, and I didn’t find much in … Continue reading How Gay-Friendly Is Vietnam for Tourists?

A Night at Ho Chi Minh’s Famous Bui Vien Backpacker Street

Bui Vien backpacker street is probably one of the most overwhelming parts of Ho Chi Minh City.  That’s not surprising considering it’s a backpacker street. But even so, spending a night at Bui Vien backpacker street proved to be more overwhelming than I’d expected. It was in equal parts amusing, thrilling, shocking, and sometimes infuriating. … Continue reading A Night at Ho Chi Minh’s Famous Bui Vien Backpacker Street

Highlights from NYC Pride 2018

My first time at NYC Pride and it was a whirlwind of activity with LGBTQ pride events for a full week, and plenty of parties, concerts, and new friends Posted by Adam on 6 July 2018 in Gay Travel, New York City I’ve been to a lot of gay and LGBTQ pride festivals around the … Continue reading Highlights from NYC Pride 2018

Siem Reap – Mysteres d’ Angkor Hotel

Siem Reap - Cambodia - is one of the major destinations in Asia thanks to their main attraction - Angkor Wat complex of temples. Siem Reap is very gay friendly place and not many hotels are classified as "gay" as gay population can be relaxed while visiting Cambodia and Siem Reap and most of hotels … Continue reading Siem Reap – Mysteres d’ Angkor Hotel

A Queer Guide to Siem Reap Gay Bars and Hotels

If you’re looking for some queer adventure, you can have a riotous time in Siem Reap gay bars. There are a whole lot of things to do in Siem Reap. And you’re probably in this city to get your Tomb Raider on and explore the Angkor ruins. I think that’s a safe assumption to make. … Continue reading A Queer Guide to Siem Reap Gay Bars and Hotels