Gay Sauna Kuala Lumpur


Gay Sauna Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur has a surprisingly large and active gay sauna scene. Or, it is perhaps not surprising at all, given the conservative approach to homosexuality that the country still maintains. Gay men in Kuala Lumpur rely greatly on saunas to meet other men for both cruising and conversation, so you are likely to meet a few locals during most trips to the sauna.

The largest and most popular gay saunas come with fully equipped gyms, fitness classes as well as mazes and dark rooms. By law, gay saunas in Kuala Lumpur are not allowed to provide condoms, lube, or safe sex advice of any kind. Always bring your own to be safe.

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Exclusively Gay Sauna & Spa

Kakiku Sauna, Kuala Lumpur’s exclusively men-only sauna & spa is located in a quiet area of the city. It offers an open space garden, private relaxation cabins, and foam parties. This gay sauna & cruise club opens on Saturday and Sunday only from 3 pm till 9 pm. Its peak time is from 6 pm onwards.

Note: You have to bring your own condom and lube, as since the 2008 police raid all the sauna are no longer able to provide condoms.

Crowd: The crowd at Kakiku Sauna is well mixed and becomes busy during one of their themed events.

Entry: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays is MYR 25 ($6 USD) per entry.

How to get there
Kakiku Sauna is located at 109 Jalan Cerapu 1, it’s just off the main street Jalan Cheras in Taman Pertama district.

Taxi: Nearby taxi attractions include Hotel Mezzo which is located on the corner of Jalan Cheras Street and Jalan Cerapu where the sauna is located. To drive from KLCC is approximately 7 km and without traffic, the taxi should take 20-30 minutes.

Metro: The nearest station is Maluri LRT station on the Ampang Line which is 10 minutes walk to Kakiku Sauna.

Facilities: Gym, Showers, Sauna, Steam room, Jacuzzi / Hot pool, Relaxing Cabins - free, Lockers
KL’s Popular Modern Gay Sauna

Mandi Manda Sauna | Meet local Chinese
Mandi Manda Sauna is a popular modern 3 stories sauna with a gym & cafe. The sauna’s name “rejoice while bathing together” gives you an idea about the sauna. Mandi Manda Sauna is located in Taman Desa Business Park off Old Klang Road around 20 mins drive from KLCC. Mandi Manda Sauna opens daily from 5 pm to 11 pm, and 4 pm to 11 pm on Saturday & Sunday.

Note: Mandi Manda Sauna is a bit out of the way if you’re staying in the popular KLCC or Bukit Bintang areas. If you’re keen to meet cute local Chinese guys, try it!

Crowd: The sauna is popular among 20 something crowds and it really depends on the night.

Entry: The entry fee rate depends on the day of the week. Monday – Friday is MYR 20 ($4 USD) while Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays is MYR 25 ($6 USD).

How to get there
Mandi Manda Sauna is located in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur, in Taman Desa district which is the East-West Link Expressway. The sauna can be a little hard to find so it is advisable to get a taxi.

Taxi: Ask for Taman Desa Business Park and with no traffic, the taxi should take 20 minutes.

Metro: Mandi Manda Sauna is not near any metro lines. The nearest train station is Pantai Dalam which is 15 minutes walk to the sauna, so it is advisable to get a taxi.

Facilities: Restaurant, Sauna, Steam room, Relaxing Cabins - free, Lockers
Men Only Gym Steam and Sauna

Kuala Lumpur’s First Class Gym & Steam Gay Sauna
This KL’s gay hotspot is located on Kampung Pandan Road, open daily from 2 pm – 11 pm. The sauna offers some of the best sauna facilities in the city. OOPS! Sauna also provides professionally trained masseurs offers therapeutic and relaxing treatments. Open daily from 2 pm to 11 pm and the peak hours are from Friday to Sunday.

OOPS! Gay Sauna on Kampung Pandan Road
Crowd: Overall the gay sauna is very popular among local guys and is welcoming to all international visitors.

Entry: The day rate is MYR 29.90 ($7 USD), though get a free entry Pass for the next visit from Monday to Thursday from 2 pm to 6 pm.

How to get there
Oops! Sauna is in one of the shop lots within walking distance to the Petronas Twin Towers. A glass door with its logo can be seen if you drive along its front.

Taxi: Ask taxi drivers to go to Jalan Kampung Pandan, OOPS! Sauna is around 2 mins walk from Majlis Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Malaysia, Private Hospital.

Metro: The nearest station is Cempaka light railway but that is around a 30-minute walk to the sauna.

Note: We recommend finding a gay-friendly hotel in KL. so you can walk to nearby gay bars and saunas. Save travel time, save the cost and you can make the most of all Gay Kuala Lumpur experience.

Facilities: Gym, Massage, Showers, Sauna, Steam room, Jacuzzi / Hot pool, Free WiFi, Lockers
Best Gay Sauna in City Centre

Kuala Lumpur’s Best Gay Cruise & Sauna Paradise
Otot Otot Sauna is one of Kuala Lumpur’s hottest and most popular gay saunas. This men-only sauna and gym complex is conveniently located in KL’s city center. Open daily from 5 pm to midnight on Monday to Friday and 3 pm to midnight on Saturday and Sunday. There is a cafe on the ground floor and a well-equipped gym.

The Place to Check-In on Weekends
Crowd: The sauna is more popular with locals but is very welcoming to international visitors of all ages, shapes, and sizes, who do often stop by during their time in KL.

Entry: Prices change by day of the week. Weekend RM30($7 USD), weekdays RM25 ($6 USD), and RM10 ($2 USD) one-time registration fee for your membership card. No ID cards or passports are required.

How to get there
KL’s most popular gay sauna & cruise club, Otot Otot Sauna is conveniently located in Chow Kit in central Kuala Lumpur. It is near Sani Hotel, which is a distinctive bright red building. From the hotel, take Jalan Ipoh Kecil (the street with the main entrance), and continue until the last block, the stairs to Otot Otot Sauna are on your left. At the entrance to the stairs, there is a post box listed Otot-Otot 7A.

Taxi: The nearest taxi landmark is the Sani Hotel on Jalan Putra, a distinctive bright red building. Exit the taxi at the hotel and walk up the lane, with the hotel entrance on your left.

Metro: PWTC LRT station and Chow Kit Monorail are both 5 minutes walk from Otot Otot Sauna, while KTM Putra commuter train station is within 10 minutes walking distance.

Note: Save travel time, save the cost and you can make the most of the Kuala Lumpur experience. We recommend finding a gay-friendly hotel in the area so you can walk to other nearby tourist hotspots, gay bars, and gay saunas.

Facilities: Restaurant, Cruise, Gym, Showers, Sauna, Steam room, Free WiFi, Lockers


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