Wednesday, July 16, 2008


Water Bar Craig Road Tanjong Pagar - Spin-off from the highly successful taboo. The same rules apply: only beautiful people need apply.

Devil's Bar 1, Tanglin Rd Orchard / Gay friendly
Operating on Sundays only, Devil's is the latest contender to Centro on Sundays. Its offer of lower prices and hip music help to attract the young and trendy crowd.

Taboo Café & Pub 67, Neil Rd
A poseurs' favorite where PLU's dress to kill. Taboo's the place to be in if you want to see beautiful men blowing kisses as greetings and pretty boys gyrating their tight bums to so-called handbag music.

Velvet Underground 719/21, Jiak Kim Street, off Kim Seng Road, Tel: 6738 2988 Orchard
Opened for almost a decade, Velvet - together with Zouk -- has acquired a cult status among party-goers in Singapore. The mixed crowd is always trendy and glamorous, and it's not difficult to see some of the most beautiful men in the republic here, including some top actors, models and air stewards. The music is mainly house and techno, with some garage and dance mixes. Cover charge of S$28 is a bit steep, but the experience is well worth the money spent.

Why Not? 56-58 Tras Street, near Tanjong Pagar Road
A mostly teenage crowd, exclusively gay, jam the place during weekends, dancing to the music of Michael Jackson, Madonna and Gloria Estefan.

Zouk Club 17, Jiak Kim Street, off Kim Seng Road
Arguably the most popular discotheque in Singapore. In fact, Zouk is so famous party-goers as far away as London and New York have heard of the place! Built in a refurbished warehouse along the Singapore River. The place retain its throne playing its signature house and techno mixes, and now attracts a mixed crowd of gay and straight people. Watch out for their Mambo Jambo party every Wednesday, when teeny-boopers gyrate to cheesy retro music. It's not a audio treat admittedly, but the eye candy will more than makes up for it!

BOOGIE NIGHTS It's gay-friendly rather than gay, but Zouk is easily Singapore's premier nightclub, with a constantly changing lineup of international DJs spanning all dance-music genres. The gay crowd gathers on Thursdays, for what Zouk calls—with endearing coyness—Air Crew Night.
There are also some gay karaoke's in Singapore.

Chat Pub 57, Tanjong Pagar Road
Cute waiters and some mixed crowd.

Babylon 52, Tanjong Pagar Road
An eclectic crowd of karaokers who just want to sing.

Inner Circle 78, Tanjong Pagar
Frequented by some chubby gays and so-called chub-chasers.

Kakadu 77A, Boat Quay
Not exclusively gay
Other Gay / Lesbian clubs

Shogun with more than 3,800 square feet sprawled over 4 floors, ShoGun is unique in it's own way! That's because ShoGun is NOT a sauna or a bathhouse ­ IT is Singapore’s one and only cruise club!

Xpose Cafe Bar
Gay Owned/Mixed-Gay/lesbian
Type: Bar/Cafe
Location: Slarhub Centre - At Xposé, we are a restaurant, a café and a bar all thrown into one. We are sure if you visit us, you will also agree that we are not quite what you will find anywhere else. Apart from being the first true gay restaurant in Singapore, it is a place that you can just let it all hang out.

Gay/Bi Men Only
Type: Sauna
Location: Tanjong Pagar - Raw Gym & Spa is one of the biggest in Asia and the biggest in Singapore is also the 1st ever Theme Spa. the only one opened 24 hours daily within a 4 1/2 floor building with a open rooftop arcade will bring exciting surprises and will surely be a memorable visit for you. The gay bars & discotheque are just minutes away. Location is in front of Singapore busiest gay cruising hunt, Ann Siang Hill which goes on after dark till the morning is surely Singapore's most exciting cruising grounds

Chinatown area Gay Clubs map not up be to date, many places have changed names or moved, use only as a reference.

Gay clubs in the Chinatown area

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