Bangkok's LBGT scene is so dynamic that you can party seven nights a week and still find new places to go. Bangkok’s main gay bar scene is located in Silom district. The most popular gay bars can be found on Silom Soi 4, Silom Soi 2 and Soi Twilight. Here are our top picks of best gay places in Bangkok.   

 

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Girls First:

Go-Girls

 

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Go Grrrls. Mostly held at Wine Bibber Sangria, Ekkamai Soi 2 Bangkok (BTS Ekkamai) but also at other venues in Bangkok. This party was founded in 2013. All LGBTQ+ welcome but the night has a heavy lesbian presence. They play indie rock, girl bands, new-wave and electro-rock. The party has bucket cocktails and can be buckets of fun. Read more:

Lesla Party

 

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Lesla Party is the biggest lesbian event in Bangkok. This is the best place to get a handle on the Thai lesbian scene. There’s house music, live Thai music and party games. Here you will encounter many Toms and Dees but all flavours of lesbian go to Lesla. This is a very Thai event and foreigners will mingle better if they can manage a few words of Thai. Read more

Boys

DJ- Station

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The most popular gay nightclub in Bangkok, attracting both locals and foreigners. Admission includes two drinks. Minimum age is 20 years (photo ID required). Tank tops and shorts are ok, but flip-flops are not allowed. Read more

 

The Expresso

This fun club near DJ Station is a good place to take a break from the busy crowds inside DJ, have a few drinks and enjoy the show at around midnight. Read more
 

Fake Club

Relocated and renovated, the new Fake Club has over 1,000 m² and features a large stage, impressive light & sound system and gets packed during the weekend with young and fashionable (mostly Thai or Asian) gay / mixed crowd. Read more
 

G-Spot Entertainment

G-Spot is a group of socially well-connected gay individuals who aim to bring a ‘different’ kind of entertainment to Bangkok’s gay nightlife and culture.Read more

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