Gay Saunas Singapore

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Gay Saunas Singapore

Singapore has a surprisingly large number of gay saunas, mainly located in Chinatown. Most gay saunas have excellent facilities including fully equipped gyms, steam room well as the mazes, dark rooms and private cabins

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SG’s Popular Hot Theme Nightly
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Singapore’s Most Popular After Party Gay Sauna & Cruise Club
Keybox Sauna is one of the most popular gay saunas in Singapore. This gay sauna and cruise club is located in Clarke Quay (1 MRT stop from Chinatown) and is famous for being popular with a diverse crowd. You should be able to find your type in this after clubbing hotspot for its sexy themes each day. Keybox Sauna opens daily from 12 pm to 8 am (the next day) and its peak time is after clubbing which is about 3 am onwards.

Entry: For members, the rates change depending on ages and the time of day and week. For non-members (single visit member) entry costs $22 SGB ($15 USD) per visit.

How to get there
Keybox Sauna is conveniently located near the Singapore River in Clarke Quay and it is only one MRT stop from Chinatown Station, Singapore’s gay hotspot.

Taxi: The nearest taxi landmark is the Clarke Quay Station and the Clarke Quay Central Mall. The gay sauna is on Upper Circular Rd, just past the corner of New Bridge Road.

Metro: The nearest station is Clarke Quay, North-East Line (exit E), only 3 minutes walk to the sauna. Raffles Place MRT Station is around a 10-minute walk to the sauna and is served by the North-South Line and the East-West Line.

Facilities: Gym, Sauna, Steam room, Relaxing Cabins - free, Free WiFi, Lockers
Singapore’s Naughtiest Hotspot
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Meet Bear & Fit Older Singaporean Men
Ten Mens Sauna is one of Singapore’s most popular gay saunas among locals and tourists. The sauna offers a nightly theme and is located in a convenient area for gay nightlife in Chinatown on Neil Road. This gay sauna & cruise club located in the middle of Chinatown. Just a block away from a cozy gay bar, Dorothy’s Bar.

Entry: Prices depend on the day of the week and the time of day. Standard prices vary between $10 SGD ($7 USD) – $15 SGD (10 USD). Check out the special promotion and themes nights before you go.

How to get there
Ten Mens Club is steps away from the gay nightlife in Chinatown and all of the gay bars and clubs are located within a 10 – 15 minutes walk from here.

Taxi: The nearest taxi landmark is the Indian Temple on South Bridge Road. Stop in front of the temple and walk along Pagoda St. The venue is located on your right-hand side right next to a Thai restaurant is called Sawasdee Thai Food.

Metro: The nearest station to Ten Mens Sauna is Chinatown on the Downtown Line and North-East Line. Take exit A by taking the escalator (not staircase), Keep looking for the number 32a on the building on your left-hand side of the street. You will hit the place by less than a 1-minute walk from the MRT exit.

Bus/SMRT Buses: 2, 12, 33, 54, 63, 190, 851, 961 and 970.

Facilities: Cruise, Showers, Steam room, Maze, Relaxing Cabins - free, Free WiFi, Lockers
SG’s Best Late Night Action
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Singapore’s Heaven Gay Sauna After Clubbing
Shogun Club is a 24 hours gay sauna in Singapore, a popular sauna in Chinatown. It’s only a minute walk from Chinatown MRT Station. There are regular theme nights and the late-night party crowd keeps the place alive.

ShoGun Sauna is conveniently located in Chinatown, which is the center of gay nightlife in Singapore. Most of the gay bars and clubs are located within 10 minutes walk from Shogun Club.

Best Late-Night Cruise Club & Gay Sauna
This popular late-night hotspot is kind of hidden behind restaurants and stores in the middle of Chinatown. Look for the sign Shogun Club in red font and you have to walk up a staircase to find its reception.

Crowd: Diverse crowds can depend on the time of day. Afternoon and early evenings are busy with the older. While after the bars and clubs close, it often gets busy again with the young party-goers.

Entry: Rates change depending on the day of the week. Mon – Thur $15 SGD ($10 USD) while Fri – Sun and Public Holidays are charged at $18 SGD ($12 USD).

How to get there
Taxi: The nearest taxi landmark is the Indian Temple on South Bridge Road. Stop in front of the temple and walk along Pagoda St, turn left on the first junction, and Shogun is located near the corner.

Metro: The nearest station is Chinatown on the North-East Line and Downtown Line. Take exit A by taking the escalator (not the staircase which will take you to the other side of the main road). Take the first right and look at the number of the building “51a” on your left-hand side near the corner.

Bus/SMRT Buses: 190, 851, 961, 961C, 970.

Facilities: Cruise, Showers, Sauna, Steam room, Maze, Relaxing Cabins - free, Free WiFi, Lockers

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