Gay Bars Singapore

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Gay Bars Singapore

Singapore being a serious city means most of the best nightlife takes place on the weekends. The majority of gay bars are located on Neil Road, Chinatown. The area is great for jumping between the bars as they are all so close together. Check out Tantric and May Wong’s Café for some fun gay bars.

The largest gay club in Singapore is Taboo, again located on Neil Road in Chinatown. The venue is best on Fridays and Saturdays, where it draws the biggest crowds.

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Gay Hang Out & Karaoke Bar
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ébar Singapore is a karaoke bar located directly opposite Tantric Bar in the LGBT neighborhood, Chinatown on Neil Road. This hotspot is perfect for bar hopping and also singing & dancing.

Crowd: Like most of Neil Road, the bar gets busy on Fridays and Saturdays with a younger crowd.

Music: ébar is a great place to watch both the talented and funny types of karaoke. It’s definitely a place for a fun activity with a group of friends.

Dress: Chinatown area is a casual place, shirt and jeans or t-shirt with short is fine. Shoes are better as ébar and some bars have rules against flip-flops (thongs).

Facilities: Bar, Karaoke, Free WiFi
Iconic 60s Hollywood Era Bar
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Out Bar is a cozy gay bar located on Neil Road, Chinatown. The bar is popular for its regular events and theme nights, open from 6 am to 10:30 pm (close on Sunday). It offers any 2 beers at $15 net and House Red/White wine at $10 net between 6 pm to 9 pm daily.

OUT Bar is a relaxing place to escape from hectic Singapore. It’s a cute place and probably makes the perfect spot for meeting your Grindr date during its happy hours. Out Bar is near the rest of Singapore’s popular gay venues including Tantric Bar, Shogun Sauna, and Ten Mens Sauna.

Music: Just like most of Neil Road’s gay hotspots, the bar plays a mix of international divas.

Crowd: The popular crowd across the full mix of the gay Singapore scene, especially with 20 somethings local guys.

Dress: Chinatown nightlife scene is casual, shirt and jeans or a t-shirt with shorts are perfect. Leave your flip-flops at home (thongs), most bars have rules against them for your own safety.

Facilities: Bar, Music, Free WiFi
Bear Loveing Gay Bar & Karaoke
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Lluvia Pub & Bar is very popular among bears lovers. This popular gay hotspot is located Telok Ayer Street in Chinatown, Singapore’s gayborhood. Lluvia Pub & Bar offers karaoke, special events, and drag shows. You won’t be here unless you’re looking for something different in Chinatown.

Crowd: The bar is popular among bears lovers and like most of Neil Road, the bar is busiest on Fridays and Saturdays.

Dress: Bears are (not) famous for dressing up, as the bar offers casual vibes, and to be fair that includes most of the gay bars in Chinatown. Jeans & t-shirt or shorts perfectly suit to hit the town.

Facilities: Bar, Restaurant, Drag Show, Karaoke, Music
Staple of Singapore’s Pink District
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While many gay bars in Singapore are shut down, Backstage Bar is one of the longest-run and popular gay bars in Chinatown, opens daily from 5 pm – 10:30 pm. The bar is located right behind Tantric Bar, another well-known gay bar on Neil Road.  Backstage Bar offers both indoor and outdoor areas, cozy and comfortable sofas.

Music: The bar plays current top 40 music.

Crowd: Popular across the full mix of diversity with friendly staff and a chill atmosphere. Backstage Bar is best for an early start or a late-night out in town.

Dress: Shirt and jeans or t-shirt with short are all good to go for Chinatown. Please note some bars prefer proper shoes as it’s safer for broken glasses.

Facilities: Bar, Music
Singapore’ Oldest Gay Bar
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Dorothy’s Bar is one of Singapore’s most popular gay bars is located in the heart of Chinatown. The bar is on the 2nd floor of the building, brings the best view of Chinatown at night with those red Chinese lanterns on the street. Its balcony overlooking Trengganu Temple, perfect bar to relax while absorbing the sights and sounds. Open daily from 5 pm – 10:30 pm (open 2 hours earlier on Sat, Sun & the eve of Public Holiday).

Dorothy’s Bar offers happy hours between 5 pm – 7 pm on Mon-Fri, 3 pm – 7 pm on Sat-Sun. The concept of creating your own cocktails could be fun. As the bar is located right next to Chinatown Street Food, popular gay saunas and MRT Chinatown Station is only a short walk.

Music: Dorothy’s Bar plays a classic mix of old and hits current pop top 40 playlists to slowly kick your night off with their happy hour pre-drinks.

Crowd: The bar has a good mix of young locals and visitors with friendly service. Offers the concept of “Build your own cocktails” and drinks start around 12 SGD ($8 USD).

Dress: Gay scene in Singapore and Dorothy’s Bar is pretty casual. Shirt and jeans or a t-shirt with short are all good to go but flip-flops are not approved. Especially if you’re going to hit the town hard afterward.

 

Facilities: Bar, Music, Free WiFi
Singapore’s Most Popular Gay Bar
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Tantric Bar is located on Neil Road, Singapore’s pink street. It’s a perfect place to pre-drink, chill, and people watching by the pool table. The Best place to meet and get ready for a long night.

Tantric Bar ticks many boxes with its stylish crowd, open-air courtyard, and good vibes. Check out its top floor that featured comfy couches and an alternate bar. Pricey drinks but remember you are in Singapore.

Music: Tantric plays a mix of international chart music. Not too loud to have a conversation with your new friends.

Crowd: Popular (to bursting point) on Friday and Saturday across the full mix of the gay crowd, especially with 20 somethings local guys & expats.

Dress: Gay hub in Neil Road is quite a casual place. A shirt and jeans or a t-shirt with shorts are fine. Tantric Bar and some bars have rules against flip flops (thongs) so best to leave them at the beach.

Facilities: Bar, Music

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