The Ultimate Gay Travel Guide
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We’ll be honest: gay nightlife in Kuala Lumpur has nothing on cities like Bangkok or Singapore but there is still a scene. Weeknights are quiet, but come weekends there’s action. For gay bars in KL check out Blue Bar and iBLUE Bar. Two of KL’s biggest gay clubs Divine Bliss and Marketplace closed in 2018.
iBlue Bar & Cafe is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular gay bars is located in Cheras. This karaoke bar provides a cozy atmosphere and serves plenty of a variety of drinks as well as delicious food and snacks. iBlue Bar & Cafe attracts a mixed crowd of visitors, expats and young trendy locals with its drag queens and boy shows.
The bar is not close to any metro or train stations, the nearest station is LRT Bandar Tun Razak which is around 16 mins drive to the bar.
BlueBoy Discotheque is Kuala Lumpur’s longest-running gay dance club that offers drag shows. The venue is located in Bukit Bintang (next to Millennium & Copthorne Hotel).
Music: BlueBoy Discotheque plays mainstream current pop-top 40 dance music.
Crowd: The venue has a mix of locals and visitors who want to experience the oldest gay venue.
Dress: Comfy, casual until anything that makes yourself look great.