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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.
Dorothy’s Bar is located in Chinatown, home to most of Singapore’s gay bars and saunas too. All of the gay hotspots are located within a 10-minute walk from Dorothy’s Bar, including Tantric Bar, the biggest gay bar in Singapore and only 1 minute away to Ten Mens Club/Sauna and Shogun Club/Sauna.
Taxi: The nearest taxi landmark is the Indian Temple on South Bridge Road, in Chinatown. Most taxi is familiar with the area. Stop in front of the temple and walk along Pagoda Street, turn left on the first junction and walk all the way to the end of the street, Dorothy’s Bar is located right at the corner on your left-hand side.
MRT: 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).
Bus: The main buses to Chinatown on South Bridge Road are 61, 166, 197.
05 pm - 10:30 pm
03 pm - 10:30 pm (Sat, Sun & public holiday eve)
Address: 13A, Trengganu Street, Singapore
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