All New Gay-Samui.com The gay community here on Koh Samui is pleased to announce the launch of its new website still at the old URL www.gay-samui.com. The site is designed to be easy to use on all platforms from the smallest smart phone to the largest big screen. As with the old website it is…
There have been several changes in Jomtien Complex, which seems to be becoming the most popular gay district. On the soi anchored by the Poseidon Hotel and the Venue several new bars have opened. Angel Boys formerly The Loft and before that, L’Arc Restaurant, opened recently. In addition to outdoor and indoor seating, there were lots of young men on hand to keep you company.
The beach lover can’t fail to be impressed by the number of good beaches not just local to Hua Hin but within an hour or two’s drive. There are at least 5 good ones between Hua Hin and Prachuab, a great way to spend a day out of town.
Ask any young gay Thai guy about the gay bars of Chiang Mai and they will likely give you a blank look. The gay scene as understood by visiting foreigners and ex-pats is quite different to that perceived by the vast majority of Chiang Mai’s current generation of LGBT Thais.
As Thai Puan celebrates ten years of publication, we look back at what has changed in Chiang Mai over that time. Chiang Mai continues to be a major construction zone with some areas almost unrecognisable from ten years ago.
Chiang Mai – What to do when it rains By David Edwards September is historically the wettest month in Chiang Mai and one of the quietest for tourism. Whilst many prefer the cool nights and warm sunny days of the winter high season, others relish Chiang Mai’s quiet season. Although a little calmer, gay nightlife…
November heralds the start of Chiang Mai’s splendid and much anticipated cool season. This is the time of year when many friends return for the more temperate winter climate, and the festivals begin.