9 Grindr Rules SE Asia Edition | Community Opinion 

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“My Grindr date took me to a Muslim Wedding in KL!”

It’s the end of a long day’s travel. You’re lying in your hostel bed. Your roommates rustle through their rucksacks and make small talk. The lights go off. It’s pitch black, save for the small orange glow of your phone screen. It vibrates. New Grindr messages.

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Speaking on behalf of single gay travellers out there, checking out the locals is part and parcel of riding tuk-tuk and playing with elephants. New, exciting places give access to new, exciting people; from finding new friends, to casual flings to possibly the next love of your life, swiping right is an unspoken yet universal traveller’s habit. It’s unpredictable, eye-opening and fascinating – a social experiment and cultural exchange rolled into one.

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My name’s Andy

I’m a half-Filipino, half-Scottish third culture kid. I grew up in Saudi Arabia, but spent high school and university in the bonny hills of Scotland. Having lived in Vietnam and Malaysia for the past two years, and backpacked across Thailand, Cambodia and The Philippines, I’ve learned a thing or two about dating app etiquette. Sit back, log in, and digest this guide to using gay dating apps in Southeast Asia.

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Locals aren’t exotic flavours

Asians get a lot of flack in Western gay dating culture. Lumped into a long list of undesirables (‘no fats, no femmes, no Asians’), we’re seen as submissive, feminine and F.O.B. When found attractive, we are often viewed as ‘exotic’ – an Oriental limited time offer. In the East, ‘sexpats’ have their arms around young, impressionable and likely low-income local lads. Don’t be that douche. Play the Grindr game like you would back home, and you’ll find plenty of intelligent, fun and articulate guys on your level.

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You might hear ‘I Love You’ and want to run!

Yeah, this happens. Sometimes in the heat of the moment, your hookup will utter the terrifying three-letter sentence as he nears his climax. Don’t rush for the door just yet though – it’s very likely he doesn’t really mean it. It’s a cultural thing. If he gets a bit too huggy afterwards though, I won’t blame you for pretending you left your oven on.

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Grindr is so last year

Love it or hate it, Grindr is synonymous with gay dating culture. However, anyone who’s ever wanted to smash their phone can jump for joy. In Southeast Asia, the most popular apps are Jack’d (amusingly pronounced ‘JackDEE’ in Vietnam) and Blued. If you want to find more locals, these are the best apps to use.

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Everyone is gorgeous

I don’t know if it’s the diet, or the climate, or the fact that there’s a serious gym-bunny culture, but my lord. Six packs everywhere!

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Weight-shaming (or not?)

Age? Sex? Weight? It’s not rare for guys in SE Asia to size-up their prospective hook-ups in kilograms. In cultures that place a lot of emphasis on physical appearance, the tip of the scale can be a deciding factor. But we’re humans not potatoes, and I find it is equally common for guys with the physiques of Olympic athletes to be fond of a little pudge (jump for joy).

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Be vigilant

When in SE Asia, be careful. Opportunists use gay apps to hook up, then run off with phones and wallets in tow. Suss out the people you are talking to. Are they patient? Can they hold a conversation? Would you introduce them to your mother? Meet for a coffee first and see how it goes. While the temptation of a quickie may be hard to resist, it’s worthwhile profiling the person.

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Dates make the best guides

Muslim weddings in Kuala Lumpur. Secret street food in Saigon. Wine gardens in Cebu. I have met some wonderful people from dating apps in Asia, and they’ve all treated me with respect and hospitality. With their local knowledge, they can show you a world of things you’d have never known existed. And you may make some lifelong friends in the process.

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Respect the closet

In Vietnam, paternal culture rules. In The Philippines and Malaysia, religious expectations from society and parents keeps some guys firmly in the closet. If your date is shy about meeting in a certain place, or doesn’t want to hold hands in public, respect that.

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Keep an open mind and have fun!

Embrace it! You’re on an adventure, in brand new exciting cultures, with all sorts of characters out there. If you use them right, gay dating apps may be the difference between a good travelling experience and a great one.

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I’m a 26 year-old journalist and explorer, delving into local life across Southeast Asia. I want to show you real people and real stories, looking at travel from an informed perspective.

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Ron, Singapore | Bachelor of the Week

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Ron, Mr. nice guy from Malaysia who you’re going to fall in love with. His latest trip to incredible Iceland will leave you both sick with envy and undoubtedly following him on his beautiful Instagram account. Ron also shares his personal life in the interview, so let’s find out who he is below!

“I love drawing especially portrait sketching. It’s the hobby that keeps me grounded and also cultivates my inner peace and patience. Although it has nothing much to do with my job but we are not our job. Certainly, we are much more than what we do in our daily job. Life without passion is like…sex with a dead-fish on the bed. lol #justsaying 😛 ”

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1. Living in?

Singapore

2. From?

Penang, Malaysia

3. Profession?

Design Engineer

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4. Three apps which you are addicted to?

Have to be Facebook, Instagram
& SoundCloud

5. Favorite part of your body?

My single-eyelid eyes

6. Which part of a hot guy catches your eye the most?

His eyes & his beautiful smile 🙂

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7. Three things which will get you into bed?

Chemistry, physical attraction & a good aphrodisiac wine session (with the person I like)

8. Your weirdest turn on?

Muscular body with tattoos

9. The strangest place you have done it?

hotel stairways (not really the strangest but adventurous, don’t you think?) Lol

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10. Three qualities in your perfect boyfriend?

Smart, empathetic & bubbly

11. Dealbreaker (Something he does which prevents you dating him)?

When my sixth sense tells me that he doesn’t seem like a kind person

12. How long have you been single?

More than a year

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13. Three reasons to visit?

How can you not visit one of the most livable country in the world now?
This multi-cultural place with its smart urban mobility and also it’s one-of-a-kind local food (famous Hainanese chicken rice is a must-try!) definitely worth your visit!

14. When is the best time to visit?

Throughout the year as it’s forever summer!

15. What’s your recommended must do attraction?

You definitely can’t miss Marina Bay Sands for its iconic architecture and rooftop infinity pool. also the scenic, surreal Avatar-SUPER TREE-grove and green oasis flower dome at Gardens by the Bay!

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16. Favorite night to party?

Saturday night

17. Where would you go?

Neil road is a place to marry the night in the bars & clubs where u can revel yourself in booze & music

18. What’s special about it?

Chillax with your posse at DYMK, get tipsy with strong liquor at Tantric and dance like Beyoncé at taboo!

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19. Which neighborhood is best to stay in?

East coast

20. Whats special about that neighborhood?

 neighborhood by the beach that is so quaint and quiet that makes you forget about the hectic hustle-bustle city hub

21. If you were a tourist visiting which hotel would you stay in?

Park Royal Pickering for its unique architecture design with planter terraces and greenery as well as its good location to light up your night life

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Ron on coming out & life as a gay man:

“I think everyone would agree that queer life in Singapore and Asia countries is quite challenging and sometimes, struggling. Just because we are different doesn’t make us abnormal, but SPECIAL!

I don’t really come out to people (except to my loved ones). I don’t feel like telling the world about my sexuality because I need no validation from others. So why the hack our sexuality has to be determined or judged by the straight people whether it’s ok or not? We just can’t please everyone.

Life is just too short and too fickle, so stop wasting your time seeking validation from others. Because you’re definitely not the opinions of people who don’t know you or care about you!

As long as you focus on what you’re doing and where you’re going in your life by living the best version of yourself, bound by the people who love you and people that you love, that’s what that matters. After all, it’s your life!

Stay true, Be YOU-nique and be happy”

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10 Insta Hiking Dudes Share Their Tips | Weekly Wanderlust #19

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The experienced and inexperienced get together to share the most important hints & tips you need to become an expert “Hiking Dude”. Find out what you really need for the enjoyable hike and also about the instagramer behind the hashtag #TheGayPassport. Have a great hike!

1. When you reach the top, make sure to celebrate! Does it matter with or without clothing? 😉

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2. Drink often to stay hydrated, trail mix & motivation. Don’t look what difficult just go and have fun with old & new friends!

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3. Live a healthy lifestyle & eat a big meal before you go.  Do you need to be (this) fit to hike? 😉

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4. Always bring a good map, an external phone charger & maybe sun cream or layers. These are the things you need!

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5. Get enough rest before doing outdoor activities. Have an open-mind and don’t stick to the norm 😛

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6. Bring flashlight & warm clothes to put on after you’re done sweating. PS. leave all your cotton clothes at home 😉

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7. Always know what time the sunsets and for more enjoyable hike plan a route that is suitable the whole group!

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8. Walking stick or poles if heading down steep trails and did we mention water?? Remember, we are visitors, don’t destroy the nature!

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9. You need to have the right equipment and supplies, like hiking shoes, sunglasses, sun cream & first aid.

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10. Check if you need to get hiking permission before setting off! PS. don’t forget to take insta hiking shots 😉

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Tommy, Seoul | Bachelor of the Week

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Tommy, a cute guy who’s called himself an unofficially go go dancer. Yes, that’s right! We can’t wait to see, well – we meant to find out more about that. 😉 Anyway, let’s keep calm & scroll down to get closer to our first bachelor from Seoul.

“Sorry, I can’t speak English very well but will do my best. 🙂 My gay life began while I was in university in Japan where I graduated. I have two jobs now as a fashion brand PR & marketing company. Oh, and I love to dance very much!”

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1. Living in?

Seoul

2. From?

Korea

3. Profession?

Fashion Brand PR & Marketing

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4. Three apps which you are addicted to?

Facebook, line
& instagram

5. Favorite part of your body?

my lips 🙂

6. Which part of a hot guy catches your eye the most?

his veiny wrists & that bright smile

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7. Three things which will get you into bed?

humorous, good communication
& sexy arms is always a thing for me 😉

8. Your weirdest turn on?

Guys  holding a baby, does it make sense? 😉

9. The strangest place you have done it?

open-air car park

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10. Three qualities in your perfect boyfriend?

Positive mind, passion in his job & guy who has not too big (?) one 😉 lol

11. Dealbreaker (Something he does which prevents you dating him)?

 guys who only want to have fun, no passion & no manner

12. How long have you been single?

Let bygones be bygones 😉

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13. Three reasons to visit?

cute trendy guys, k-pop,
nightlife is fun (& always until late), Delicious food – you must try samgyeobsal & bulgogi

14. When is the best time to visit?

 Whenever you want, as There are 4 seasons in Korea so You can enjoy it all year around

15. What’s your recommended must do attraction?

you must hit Bukchon’s Hanok village & Gyeongbok-palace If you interest in Korean traditional construction
and if you want to shop sinsadong Garosu-gil & dongdaemun market are the spots not to be missed!

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16. Favorite night to party?

Friday & Saturday

17. Where would you go?

club gray, Le queen and don’t miss the main gay hub homo hill in Itaewon for club Pulse, Looking-star and more!

18. What’s special about it?

the best of seoul gay scene street where all styles of Hot Guys, bars & dance clubs plus fun late night saunas 😉

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19. Which neighborhood is best to stay in?

you’ve got to hop in Gangnam area

20. Whats special about that neighborhood?

there are many cool design, hip & chic restaurants/cafe, shopping center and it’s convenient to reach gay area in itaewon

21. If you were a tourist visiting which hotel would you stay in?

IP BOUTIQUE Itaewon If you want to enjoy gay scene in seoul and Park hyatt Hotel (coz it’s Near my office…haha 😉

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Tommy & his experience as a gay man

“It was very fearful when I came out to my Family. Even though nothing has changed as a person but it makes me escape from the pressure of the marriage. Being gay in Korean society is still very conservative so it’s hard for gay men in Seoul. In fact, I’m pretty sure it’s the same like everywhere else.

Being gay, for me I don’t think I have any favorite parts about it. But I respect all kind of lifestyle such as parties, saunas or dating apps. However, in my case I’m not into instant relationship because I think there are better ways to get to know people better than that.”
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Boys Are Going Nuts For These Giant Swans | Weekly Wanderlust #18

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Obsession with the Giant Inflatable Swan!

Come on, you can’t deny it, these swans have been floating around for years and it seems they have been blowing up on Instagram lately, sometimes literally! Wondering where would be the best summer destinations to hit and give them a ride? Find out more about the instagramer behind the hashtag #TheGayPassport. Let’s hop in!

1. Before the fall

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Eddie & Westchester County Swan

Must do in NY? For those who love New York City! Saint Mark’s Place for some Korean food & cocktails from Boka, then smoke some hookah at Cloister Cafe, and finish your night at Phoenix Bar. Chelsea for Barracuda Bar on Saturday night and then treat yourself to some late night pizza at Artichoke Pizza (warning: huge, but delicious slice). Hell’s Kitchen for some $1 pizza on 9th Avenue and then go bar hopping! Start your night at Rise for a nice pregame, and then work your way to Vodka Soda Bottoms Up and The Ritz to finish your night.
Top three summer destinations? Los Angeles for beautiful weather & palm trees. Chill on the beach & day drink until you go out at Miami, one of the most fun, carefree destinations to visit. NYC, it’s my home and the city never sleeps, isn’t that a beautiful thing 😉

2. Don’t give up on it

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Ian & Hong Kong Swan

Must do in HK? When in Hong Kong do what Hongkonese do 😉 so first, you need to hike to hit the peak, then experience the funniest boat party in Asia is a must! Lastly, you can’t leave the city without tasting the delicious Dim-Sum. Yep, you’ve gotta do it all 🙂
Top three summer destinations? It’s hard to only pick three here. Anyway, Bangkok will definitely guaranteed the fun, EI Nido in Philippines for breathtaking & paradise islands. Finally, I AM Seoul party in South Korea, it’s an OMG party to die for 😉

3. What you need to do is… float!

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Safir & Phuket Swan

Must do in Phuket? 1- Treat yourself to a Thai massage by the sea during sunset. 2- Watching Phuket FantaSea for an entertaining of culture themes and 3- venturing Phuket’s one and only gay district, Paradise Complex ing Patong Beach 😉
Top three summer destinations? I can simply shout out to these places, Bali to find yourself a calm spot & awesome party vibes. Krabi is the best place to climb (popular place to meet other gay rock climbers 😉 and Seoul for K-Pop dance anthem and nightclubs to hit until morning light.

4. Yep! carry on…floating

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Jason & Fire Island Swan

Must do in NY? First, take the Friday night trip via boat to Cherry Grove for their big weekly party and then walk back on the beach. 2nd, go to low, middle and high tea to socialize with everyone else on the island for the weekend and the last must do is, go to the beach, pool and BBQ parties to meet new other party people & make new friends 🙂
Top three summer destinations? Chicago, IL for boating on Lake Michigan and all of the great Summer Festivals. Fire Island in New York for it’s beautiful and crazy little slice of heaven and the last one is Mykonos in Greece for the amazing beaches and parties!

5. Isn’t it, swan looks good on us?

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Justin & Ubud Swan

Must do in Bali? Monkey Forest, they can and probably will climb on you! So now you are forewarned, do be careful and be prepared. I saw a man get peed on while a monkey perched himself on his shoulder! Potato-head cafe in Seminyak area could get a bit too crowded but it offers a stunning view with great ambiance of the beach for sunset. And you definitely must hit the stunning Rice fields on the cliffs. 
Top three summer destinations?
 My top 3 would be Thailand, I have more than one favorite place to go, apart from BKK, I also like Krabi. Japan for hustle & bustle of Tokyo as well as Osaka for food and as it is close to other destinations like Kyoto for the Fushimi Inari Taisha and Arashimaya for scenic beauty. San Francisco for the hippie and happy vibes where there’s also natural hub like Yosemite national park and New York, the city of lights!

6. It makes your day everywhere you go

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Kristoffer & Miyakojima Island Swan

Must do in Japan? There are awesome water activities such as scuba diving, island hopping and trekking are definitely a must! Maehama Beach has the finest sand in the coast of on Miyakojima Island, Japan.
Top three summer destinations? My first one would be Sydney for Manly beach (I know it speaks for itself) and there’s so much to see. 2nd is a tick on my bucket-list to take part in the Carnival Festival of Rio de Janeiro, who doesn’t love beaches with Brazilians anyway? 😉 Also to jump off a plane for skydiving to add more hype on the trip! The last one is I’d love to go to Reykjavic, Iceland and be rejuvenated with their geothermal spas. Lol

7. Sunshine & a giant

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Trevor & Los Angeles Swan

Must do in California? These are the hot spots you must hit for sight seeing, Beverly Hills & Hollywood. 2nd, Santa Monica Pier for the iconic & popular landmark and the last one is Malibu State Park for the breathtaking nature scenes.
Top three summer destinations? I’m a big fan of nature scene so my top three are Alaska and Swiss alps for it’s variety & density of mountains and forests. I love beaches and the impressive volcanoes in Costa Rica.

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Shin, Tokyo | Bachelor of the Week

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Shin, friendly guy and those cute naughty eyes plus strong thighs who thinks ”life is boring without any challenges’, agree with him?. He’s always up to something new & keen on learning different cultures & making new friends every where he goes. Let’s get to know Mr. Friendly from Tokyo a little better, shall we? 🙂

“I love reading books and I’m now writing some articles. I want to continue doing this because my dream job is to become a writer. I’m into fitness & exercise to manage my shape physically and mentally. I believe that exploring new things gives a lot of opportunities to grow to a better person.”

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1. Living in?

Tokyo

2. From?

Tokyo, Japan

3. Profession?

Web Media Director (Online & Offline)

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4. Three apps which you are addicted to?

Apple Music, Instagram
& LINE

5. Favorite part of your body?

My Back

6. Which part of a hot guy catches your eye the most?

His legs & butt

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7. Three things which will get you into bed?

Sweet attitude, charming & Good personality

8. Your weirdest turn on?

Cute hair (I don’t know why)

9. The strangest place you have done it?

In the dormitory room when I was a high school student (yep!, I was young & curious 😉

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10. Three qualities in your perfect boyfriend?

Humble, Faithful
& Ambitious

11. Dealbreaker (Something he does which prevents you dating him)?

Kiss & tell

12. How long have you been single?

I’ve been single for a long…long time lol

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13. Three reasons to visit?

1) Mix culture of both new tech & traditional
2) Skyscrapers (Roppongi hills, Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo tower)
3) yummy Japanese foods & drink

14. When is the best time to visit?

Tokyo is very beautiful in every season and for me, Spring is the best! (We have outside-party every weekend with “Sakura” which is a japanese cherry blossom)

15. What’s your recommended must do attraction?

1. Tokyo Water Bus (from Asakusa to Odaiba)
2. Ghibuli Museum & Doraemon Museum
3. Metropolitan Government Building (Tocho) with a great view (and it’s free 😉
4. Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea

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16. Favorite night to party?

Friday & Saturday

17. Where would you go?

(For LGBT) Wordup Bar, The Clubhouse, CoCoLo Cafe, Arty Farty And adovocates Bar
(For Gay Party) Shangri-la (ageHa) and Aisotope lounge

18. What’s special about it?

Fun & sophisticated mood with Japanese culture

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19. Which neighborhood is best to stay in?

Shinjuku, Shibuya, Marunouchi & Roppongi

20. Whats special about that neighborhood?

It’s a busy street & there are many good shops (just looking around is also very fun)

21. If you were a tourist visiting which hotel would you stay in?

Park Hyatt Tokyo Hotel

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Shin & his experience as a gay man

“My first admission happened about 8 years ago. Telling everyone about my true identity made me totally feel so much better! Because I was able to share my privacy with my colleagues and that made our friendship more intimate & open. I don’t want to lie, I want to be honest with them and that’s the reason why I came out.

There is always a problem when someone come out in Tokyo, because of a bad impression that being gay is not normal. In my case, I explained to my friends and colleagues that they are not the only unique people. Now you can travel in Japan and feeling safe, nothing wrong will happen to you because of your sexuality. I must say that Japanese people are very kind to all visitors. So don’t be afraid of going to clubs,  bars or anywhere else 🙂 ”

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Chris, very cool guy who possible has the most fly miles in the world, as he travels all-the-time! Don’t be jealous guys but let’s stalk him for more travel inspiration 😉 Are you ready to hear about gay lifestyle in Singapore? Go on then, hit it!

“I started off as a nursing student, (yeapppp!, you heard it right) 😛 Before trading my soul away in law school and now I’m in an Aviation Industry. Isn’t it interesting or confused (not my sexuality though) much?”

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BASIC

1. Living in?

Singapore

2. From?

Truly Asia, Malaysia

3. Profession?

Specialist

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ABOUT

4. Three apps which you are addicted to?

Facebook, Instagram
& SoundCloud

5. Favorite part of your body?

My eyes

6. Which part of a hot guy catches your eye the most?

Ass! It is all about that A.S.S. 😉 lol

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LUST

7. Three things which will get you into bed?

Charming smile, perky ass & sweet talker (I’m a sucker to that) lol

8. Your weirdest turn on?

Merman Line

9. The strangest place you have done it?

Stairways

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LOVE

10. Three qualities in your perfect boyfriend?

Confident, Go-getter
& Generous

11. Dealbreaker (Something he does which prevents you dating him)?

Started seeing someone else (yeah, i’m that generous)

12. How long have you been single?

2 weeks 🙁

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TRAVEL SINGAPORE

13. Three reasons to visit?

very Clean, feel Safe and that yummy Chilli Crab to die for! (You must try!)

14. When is the best time to visit?

 May – August for Great Singapore Sale!

15. What’s your recommended must do attraction?

street food in chinatown & Take a stroll around Gardens by the Bay!

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DRINK SINGAPORE

16. Favorite night to party?

Saturday night

17. Where would you go?

neil rd. main sg. gay hub to pre drink at DYMK, check out who’s hot in town at Tantric and hit the dance floor at Taboo

18. What’s special about it?

taboo is the Longest running gay bar & club in Singapore, where you must go!

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19. Which neighborhood is best to stay in?

Tanjong Pagar or Chinatown Area

20. Whats special about that neighborhood?

Cuz it shouts GAY (and good food) lol

21. If you were a tourist visiting which hotel would you stay in?

Park Royal at Pickering

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Chris & his experience as a gay man

“I came out when I was 16, I didn’t really discuss my sexuality with my parents (or anyone in my extended family). It was when my mom told me “It is ok not to get married like us, son.”, I guess that’s when I realized they somewhat know. The next big step is to tell them that I’m gay, literally.

Difficult parts of being a gay in Singapore – For me it really depends, engaging in homosexual activity is still illegal here. Most of the challenges probably derive from individual’s working environment/culture (choose your boss/company wisely if you have the choice!).”
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Herman, Bali | Bachelor of the Week

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Herman, an awesome, fun loving bachelor who lives in Bali. A keen traveler, Herman loves luxury hotels and travel photography. This talented guy shares his personal experiences and watch out, you might fall in love before you even get to know him, so what’re you waiting for?

“I have a huge passion about fashion even though my parents wasn’t happy about it. So I tried to prove it by joining and (thanks God!!) winning those competitions nationally & internationally. I’m proud to represented Indonesia in another countries. I think, when you have passion about something you are good at, don’t stop your dreams. It makes you bigger and bring you to the new world beyond imagination.”

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BASIC

1. Living in?

Bali
& Surabaya

2. From?

Indonesia

3. Profession?

Fashion & luxury lifestyle

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ABOUT

4. Three apps which you are addicted to?

Instagram, line
& facebook

5. Favorite part of your body?

Hmm, probably my chest & thigh (even tho still need to work it out more 😉

6. Which part of a hot guy catches your eye the most?

Great body is something, but cute face with a great smile always attract my attention the most

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LUST

7. Three things which will get you into bed?

Cute smile, flirty eyes, great kisser (usually it happens faster under alcohol influenced!) Lol

8. Your weirdest turn on?

Haha I don’t know whether it’s weird or not, but I love nipples & armpits very badly!!

9. The strangest place you have done it?

Hotel’s outdoor stairs

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LOVE

10. Three qualities in your perfect boyfriend?

His cute smiley face, easy going & have the same passion of travel

11. Dealbreaker (Something he does which prevents you dating him)?

Smelly breath (and … ass ??) Lol

12. How long have you been single?

2 years & 5 months

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TRAVEL BALI

13. Three reasons to visit?

Absolutely more than 3 reasons to visit Bali, it isn’t only about beaches and nature, it’s so vibrant.
You will find clubs, bars, breathtaking chill out places to keep your honeymoon (or horny-moon) juicier! (oh my… I’m gettin too excited!! 😉

14. When is the best time to visit?

 Anytime, as it’s tropical island, but maybe during april – november will be the best (less rain)

15. What’s your recommended must do attraction?

Seminyak for chill out lounge bars or beach club such as Kudeta, Potato head, Finn’s beach club

uluwatu/pecatu is a must visit! alila uluwatu, bvlgari, single finn, blue point beach

ubud for ricefields, rice forrest, monkey forrest & hiking

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16. Favorite night to party?

Friday & Saturday

17. Where would you go?

Bali joeMixwell

18. What’s special about it?

Cocktails, great music, no need to dress up, drag queen show and sometimes you can be The SHOW itself! 🙂

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SLEEP BALI

19. Which neighborhood is best to stay in?

Seminyak: anantara seminyak, alila seminyak
& W hotel

Uluwatu: alila uluwatu, the edge
& bvlgari resort

Ubud: hanging garden ubud, royal pita maha & kupu kupu barong

20. Whats special about that neighborhood?

these are located in best area with fabulously breathtaking view & Lifestyle

21. If you were a tourist visiting which hotel would you stay in?

W Hotel,
ALILA ULUWATU
KUPU KUPU BARONG ubud

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Herman on coming out & life as a gay man:

“Let me start this with my very 1st ex, it was almost 7 years relationship, and I think it was the thing to trigger me to come out to my family. I believed being in relationship isn’t about sex orientation, but it’s about you as a person. Who you want to become and how you want your life to be.

Not much changes after I came out, except I’m being more easy about everything, nothing I should hide. I don’t need all those negativity aspects in my life. My favorite part is I’m being myself and I believe that I bring so much joys to people than sorrow.

I don’t like the fact that some people think being gay is being happy with all those destructive behavior. Because I know it’s not only happened to gay people, it happens everywhere, even in straight people world. Gay is only a sex orientation, it’s not a lifestyle.”

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OMG! it’s been awhile since we last said it. Weekly Wanderlust this week is a little over heated (or maybe not? 😉 But don’t get distract to learn their travel advice below. Can’t wait to find out about the instagramer behind who hashtag #TheGayPassport? Go on, what’re you waiting for?

1. Unseen Argentinean’s getaway

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Sebastian from Argentina

Where to go? Tigre, Argentina 🙂
Must do when visit? What I’m doing (above) is what I recommend & also boat trip is a great way to explore the nature.
WOW! It is an amazing place to get away from the city of Buenos Aires by the rivers.

2. Definition of paradise

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JC from Cebu, Philippines

Where to go? Tabuelan in Cebu, Philippines 🙂 
Must do when visit? You must experience kite flying for more enjoyable of sightseeing and taste super fresh seafood while watching sunset.
WOW! This destination had been in my bucket list for a long time. Since Cebu is very well known for it’s white sandy beaches. So I chose this paradise to celebrate my birthday.

3. Praying for peace

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Ehrard from Pretoria, South Africa

Where to go? This is there I live (At the moment) Pretoria, South Africa. 🙂
Must do when visit? Must taste some Braai (South African barbecues), drive or hike to see big five animals during spring. Hit gay scenes at Babylon and ETC to let & loose yourself 😉
WOW! After travel for 4 years I realized this place really calms me down by stunning nature. It’s definitely the place that will make you feel like home.

4. Man bun X 3

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Matt from Melbourne, Australia

Where to go? Acadia National Park in Maine, USA. 🙂
Must do when visit? Hike the Beehive Trail (520ft) & Manset Mount (962ft), dip & swim in the natural waterholes along the trail.
WOW! Road trip with friends who wanting to see the Yosemite of the East Coast is my inspiration to visit this amazing place.

5. Embrace of the Adriatic Sea

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Erik from Melbourne, Australia

Where to go? Off the coast of Vrboska on Hvar Island, Croatia. 🙂
Must do when visit? Come & get naked on the islands of Jerolim, Stipanska & Zecevo. (PS. Nudiest welcome since 1896 😉 Visit little fishing villages & beach bars along the coast.
WOW! I love being naked and Croatia embraces this freedom in a perfect Adriatic Sea setting!

6. Hiking trail must be your bucket list

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Samir from London

Where to go? Cinque Terre in Italy 🙂
Must do when visit? Hiking, it’s totally worth the physical effort, taste the local food and wine (which is made near by) and catch the sunset on the beach in Monterossa.
WOW! We plan this road trip around to explore the coast of Italy and I love the open ocean view and steep terraces as you can see, what a breathtaking view!

7. What shower song do you think of? 😉

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Hubert from Malaysia

Where to go? Penang in Malaysia. 🙂
Must do when visit? Tasting the hawker food (simple & super yummy), Art street on Armenian Street.
WOW! When a long weekend on your calendar, it’s very convenient to catch a cruise ride up north geographic and to enjoy a short getaway from Kuala Lumpur.

8. Hike for sunrise

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Nick from Fort Lauderdale (Living in LA.)

Where to go? Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles, California. 🙂
Must do when visit? Absolutely hiking to this top for the view from LA to Malibu. Oh! fancy a gay beach? You should hit Will Rogers Beach 😉
WOW! A Good excuses to get out of the hustle & bustle when you quite have enough of the city. It’s not far out to take the beautiful fresh air & stunning scenery.

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Finally! it’s time to reveal these amazing igers & their inspiring pics via hashtag #TheGayPassport on Instagram. Their romantic experience & useful travel tips will help your decision of where to hit next, for both single and duo travelers 🙂 Let’s follow them & find out if they have the same fun bucket list as you do, shall we?

1. Their story began in Singapore

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Edwin, Malaysia & Nicolas, Spain

Hardest when traveling as couple? We have a lot in common so that makes it very easy when we travel together, no problem 🙂 
Bucket List? 
Sydney for new year and we’re planning for Europe trip in 2017.
First met? 
We text each other on Instagram when we both just moved to Singapore before we organized a dinner to meet. My (Nicolas) English was terrible but we got along well on our first date 🙂
Best trip together? 
It was the trip to Bangkok. Highlight was Songkran, the water fight along Silom Road.
Top 3 parties? Songkran in Bangkok
, White Party BKK and Zoukout Singapore.

2. Valentine trip to wonderful Thailand

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Bernardo, Brazil & Adam, USA

Hardest when traveling as couple? The hardest part for us is our sense of direction, Bernardo is not so good with giving directions. I drive and many times he has given the wrong directions 🙁
Bucket List? 
The next place will be to Leesburg, Florida and then in February we will go to Thailand for two weeks during the Carnaval period in Brazil.
First met? 
We both exchanged a “few” liked on Instagram 😉 and first met at a little café. It was so lovely!
Best trip together? 
It will be Christmas because this is the first time Bernardo will visit a small city in USA. I will show him around and he will also get to meet my crazy family 😉
Top 3 parties? 
We try to avoid “big” parties but we did really enjoy “The Week” in São Paulo.

3. Water Fight Songkraner!

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Pete, Bangkok & Clarence, Kuala Lumpur

Hardest when traveling as couple? Surprisingly nothing difficult as we both have a lot of similarities and I like to plan our trips in advance, which that helps 🙂
Bucket List? 
We’ll be heading to Koh Samet in October (the most popular gay island in Thailand). 
First met? 
We met in Taipei over dinner with our friends. I (Clarence) chose to sit opposite Pete. We exchanged eye contact half way through dinner and I moved my legs forward to footsie with his, lol
Best trip together?
It was in Hua Hin, Thailand to celebrate Pete’s birthday but it felt more like a honeymoon for us. Really romantic and we enjoyed the private pool the most. 
Top 3 parties? White Party BKK
, Songkran in Thailand, Divine Bliss the 1st anniversary Party in KL. We’ll heading to ZoukOut in December SG, White Party Bangkok, and Songkran11 🙂

4. From Chicago to charming Asia

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Kyle & Jason from Chicago

Hardest when traveling as couple? Honestly, it’s pretty easy. BUT we share shoes & clothes so sometimes there’s competition to grab what you want first! haha. Jason has zero sense of direction and relies 100% on me (Kyle) 😉
Bucket List? 
We’re planning to visit Asia next year. As we’re closing out the year strong with few trips before we relocate from Chicago to Miami to escape the winter.  
First met? 
We first met over 6 years ago on a consulting project in Milwaukee, the US.  We started off as friends for a year and then grew to a relationship 🙂 
Best trip together? 
We absolutely love dining in Spain, the beaches & sunsets in Greece, the historic & beautiful architecture of all of the countries in Europe. 
Top 3 parties? 
This is tough, Gay Armada/Gay Yacht Week in the British Virgin IslandsBraurosl Tent for Oktoberfest in Munich and Playa del Carmen to enjoy Mexico’s nightlife.

5. Taipei is calling!!

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Yuriy, Belarus & Tack, Thailand

Hardest when traveling as couple? We don’t really have problems at all. We have the same interest even for food. We try to plan our trips early which makes it easy this way.
Bucket List? 
Next city is Taipei, as I’ve heard people said great things about the nature and we’re totally down with it 🙂
First met? 
Our first met was at the gym where I worked, I (Tack) steal his phone number from gym reception system and we were in relationship 3 years later 😉
Best trip together? 
The best holiday together was Switzerland and the highlight was the scenery of green view and snow on top the mountain.
Top 3 parties?
gCircuit in BangkokMadrid Pride Spain and White Party Bangkok.

6. Bali, is it on your bucket list?

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Jordan & Noah from Los Angeles

Hardest when traveling as couple? Finding & making the time to take vacations is the hardest. So we have to do a lot of advance planning and preparation. You guys should too 🙂
Bucket List? 
We really want to go to Bali and Asia. It seems like the perfect balance of the history and architecture alone are worth seeing and those gorgeous beaches.
First met?
Technically we met on a dating app, so there’s absolutely hope!! 🙂
Best trip together? 
Mexico was pretty EPIC! and the highlight was the Cenotes. It was amazing caves with clear fresh clean water and it’s our most memorable trip after 2 years together 🙂
Top 3 parties? 
We rarely party, because both of us don’t drink, but NYC Pride last year was pretty amazing.

7. Thai hospitality at Banyan Tree Mayakoba

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Sebastian, Germany & Johnny, New York

Hardest when traveling as couple? Figuring out HOW to spend our time is hard. One is very active person and another’s goal is relaxation. This creates a struggle between us a little 🙁
Bucket
list? Rio to celebrate the new year to experience Latin America together. Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Cape Town in South Africa next year.
First met? 
We first met in 2007 at a legendary club in NYC. I had just broken up and after dating for 5 years, we got married legally on the first day that gay marriage was legalized in NYC.
Best trip together? Playa del Carmen Mexico, it was the first time we experienced “thai hospitality” at Banyan Tree Mayakoba. The experience left such a strong impression on us that we decided to hold our wedding here.
Top 3 parties? Circuit Barcelona, Mykonos Xlsior and Songkran in Bangkok.

8. Next summer to Europe

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Daniel & Conor from New York

Hardest when traveling as couple? Well, we generally like similar activities. But only difference is that Daniel is more of a night owl and Conor is an early bird, so compromising is needed 🙂
Bucket List? 
We’re looking to do Mykonos next summer and also Mallorca, Spain or Corsica and France.
First met? 
We met through mutual friends and our first date was at Hillstone, a restaurant in Manhattan, New York.
Best trip together? 
Probably Lisbon and Madeira in Portugal, beaches in Portugal are unreal!
Top 3 parties? 
We’re not into the circuit party, but have had a great time at Market Days in Chicago, IL. Southern Decadence in New Orleans, LA. and yacht party in the port of Hvar Croatia.

9. Friendship grows into relationship

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Cyrus & David from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hardest when traveling as couple? Deciding where to go is always tricky as a couple but it’s been very easy for us. LOL
Bucket List? 
Kenya, Africa to experience the top destination of wildlife and adventures.
First met? 
At a mutual friend’s dinner party and we got together after been friends for 9 months 🙂
Best trip together?
We’re thinking to visit Paris to explore Chateau de Versailles (The palace of Versailles).
Top 3 parties? Gcircuit
and Songkran Water Fight in Bangkok, Thailand.

10. Road trip wanderluster!

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Andrew, Texas & Walker, Colorado

Hardest when traveling as couple? Agreeing on the best place to eat! Also Andrew has to put up with my terribly bad driving 😛
Bucket List? 
We’re planning a road trip up the California Coast from LA to San Francisco, the inspiration? – I (Andrew) love California, I lived there and want to show Walker why I love it.
First met?
We had met and been talking through Instagram during DC Pride in 2015 
Best trip together? 
Our best holiday together is a three way tie between a road trip to Montreal last year, Grand Canyon and Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
Top 3 parties? 
DC Pride, Atlanta Pride and Market Days 🙂 🙂

11. Incredible Iceland

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Thomas, Italy & Juan, Spain

Hardest when traveling as couple? Definitely to have holiday at the same time 🙁 so you have to plan it long time ahead.
Bucket List? 
We are planning a trip to Iceland! Incredible nature, amazing landscapes and the curiosity to know more about Nordic countries.
First met? 
We first met on Instagram, and after two months writing each other every single day we met face to face in Barcelona.
Best trip together? 
Our best holiday was a two week journey by car through France, Italy, Croatia and Montenegro. Highlight was Dubrovnik, it’s magical atmosphere surrounded by it’s ancient walls & amazing nature.
Top 3 parties? 
Barcelona Pride 2016 and New Year Party 2015 in Sitges. 

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