Trouble in paradise?

    Ahhh…you’ve made it to Thailand. The weather’s hot, the men are hotter. The food is delicious, the culture’s delightful, the beaches are perfect, the cocktails are flowing and they love the gays. You don’t have a worry in the world…except one. Where next? For many who visit Thailand, the biggest trouble you’ll face is deciding…

    Song Kran 10: The Celebration of a Lifetime

      This April, the largest gay circuit party in all of Asia gets even wilder with Song Kran 10. In celebration of the tenth anniversary of gCircuit, thousands of eager gay adventurers from around the globe will travel to Bangkok, Thailand to experience the nonstop excitement of the most ambitious edition of Song Kran to date. With…

      Probing the Pangina

        Thailand is already well-known as the most LGBTQ friendly country in Asia. This is especially the case for trans men and drag queen performers, with many starring in fabulous shows throughout the country – a must-see during your visit to the land of smiles. Recently I had the chance to chat with my favorite drag…

        Let’s Go To Pattaya!

          By Ben S. This was my first group trip to Pattaya, Thailand, as a reunion with two of my gay besties. Pattaya is a natural destination for LGBTQ travelers. It offers a resort feeling, is close to Bangkok and has a nightlife that rivals Silom in Bangkok. This was our first road trip together in…

          Chill Baby, Baby Chill. Mindfulness Meditation

            Feel like you need to de-stress and take a break? A holiday in Thailand is the perfect remedy. But just how far are you prepared to go in order to give your mind a break from those pesky, distracting (naughty?) thoughts? As a Buddhist country, mindfulness meditation techniques have been taught in Thailand for many…

            Bangkok Clubbing Beyond Silom

              Bangkok is well-known amongst LGBT party-goers for its Silom nightlife scene, regular G spot parties and annual mega-bashes such as G Circuit. Few however are aware of the many gay clubbing options hidden away in the ‘burbs. I set out one Friday night on a mission to explore these lesser known clubs. Fake Club The…

              The Honeymooning Series: Phuket

                Thailand does more than just say that they welcome everyone, this beautiful country actively promotes to the LGBT market in an effort to show our community that we, too, are equals and deserve the best. To give a bit more insight into the thriving LGBT community in Thailand, I’ve decided to take you all on…

                Play That Music

                  DJ Robin Schulz began DJ’ing at the age of 17. By age 20 he owned a night club, which he ran for two years before he decided to start producing his own music. Robin began playing smaller clubs as a DJ in rural Lower Saxony and would experiment for several years before beginning to upload his tracks to YouTube, which…

                  TropOut, A Sophisticated Gay Travel Event

                    In April 2016, sophisticated global gay travel experience, TropOut, will head to Thailand, and thousands of discerning gay travelers from all over the globe will flock to Bang Tao Beach in Thailand’s balmy southern Phuket, where idyllic five-star Angsana Laguna Phuket will play host to the chic travel experience. Taking the motto of “Chill, Party &…

                    Legendary Khao San Road

                      Featuring in the hit movie and book The Beach, Khao San road has a worldwide reputation as a backpacker ghetto. Situated in the Banglamphu area, away from the central business and shopping districts of Bangkok but close to cultural landmarks, it offers a cheap alternative for budget travelers. However in recent years both the government…