The Ultimate Gay Travel Guide
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The center of Bangkok’s gay nightlife is located in Silom. There are two key streets where most of the gay nightlife takes place. Silom Soi 4, Bangkok’s gay bar street, and Silom Soi 2 gay clubbing central and home to DJ Station.
Soi 4 is great for cheap drinks, people watching, and making new friends before heading to the clubs. Silom Soi 2 is home to the largest and most famous gay club in Bangkok, DJ Station.
Being a true gay capital Bangkok hosts a number of gay parties and circuit events throughout the year. Two of Asia’s largest gay circuit party, take place in Bangkok gCircuit is held in Bangkok during Thai new year, Songkran, in April every year and White Party Bangkok takes over New Year.
Silom is the best neighborhood if you are looking to hit up a couple of different venues in a night.
Start at Silom Soi 4 it’s literally a street full of gay bars, perfect for bar hopping. Then from midnight onto Silom Soi 2 for DJ Station, Bangkok’s biggest club. From 2 am onwards, things move onto G Bangkok, just 2 minutes walk from DJ Station.
Beer is big in Thailand. The biggest local brands are Chang, Leo, and Sighna. Red Bull’s roots are also in Thailand but note the original/local version is not carbonated (no fizz or bubbles).
For something stronger, the Thai classic has to be SangSom. Confusingly it’s often sold as “Thai whiskey” but is actually rum, distilled from sugarcane. SangSom is also the main component of Thailand’s notorious “buckets of alcohol.”