The Ultimate Gay Travel Guide
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For some, nightlife is the deciding factor when choosing a holiday. Gay Taipei will not disappoint you if gay nightlife is what you are looking for.
The Red House and surrounding streets form Taipei’s gay village. The area is great for gay bar hopping and also includes some gay saunas, shops, and cafes. The Red house is in Ximending neighborhood of Wanhua district, Taipei’s oldest area.
Da’an district is the commercial heart of Taipei, and offers a more upmarket selection of gay bars and clubs with trendy gay cocktail bars such as Park Lounge and gMix. Gay Taipei’s biggest gay nightclub, G-Star, is located in Zhongshan district. This is only a short journey from either The Red House bars or Da’an’s cocktail bars, meaning you can easily hop from the bar to the club.
Gay Taipei’s biggest gay clubbing events are ever changing parties organized by three main groups, WOOW, WERK, and CUM Dance, venues and dates change regularly so keep up to date on their Facebook pages. For nightclubs, G-Star is located in Zhongshan District. Only a short drive from either The Red House bars or Da’an’s cocktail bars. Taipei used to be the best place in Asia for gay clubbing however the city’s biggest gay clubs have closed in recent years and are yet to be replaced.
Taipei’s main gay district, a little outdoor complex featuring gay bars, shops, and restaurants. The Red House building is actually a historical theatre that now hosts many cultural events including weekend markets for artists and local designers.
Search for Red House Taipei and all the gay bars are just surrounds this pretty red building. All of the bars on the ground floor have large terraces are open from 5 pm, daily. Perfect for watching the crowd passing by throughout the day and well into the night
Who doesn’t love people watching? Cafe Dalida is located in the middle of Red Square is a cute gay-friendly bar & cafe. Perfect place to hang out, to meet other like-minded travelers, and also to get your night started. Plus reasonably priced drinks and shots.
Cafe’ Dalida is located in the gay village in Red House Square, this fun little bar has a nice terrace for people watching. The bar specializes in cocktails and is well known for its Mojitos. With the DJ playing the latest beats from around the world, popular with both locals and tourists, this is a good bar to start your night out.
Hunt is a basement gay bar near Taipei’s gay street in Red House. It hosts nightly-themed sexy party events and go-go shows. It’s one of Taipei’s most popular gay bars. Open daily from 9 pm and gets busy around 11 pm. On the 2nd Saturday of each month, they hold Hunting Season theme parties with shower shows, lube-wrestling, and underwear parties.