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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.
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.
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.
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