Club One Seven Sauna Chiangmai “Songkran Festival Party ” 13-15 April 2020
The Straits Games (TSG) 2019,
8th-11th November 2019, Chiang Mai, Thailand (Asian Gay Games)
CLUB ONE SEVEN CHIANG MAI
It is a fully equipped facility designed for the gay traveler. For those wishing to stay at a gay hotel, this is the perfect place. Many of our guests use our place as a base to explore the many temples, markets and surrounding nature that Chiang Mai has to offer. It is also an ideal place to use as a hub for trips to visit the border with Myanmar as well many of the remote areas in Northern Thailand such as the Golden Triangle and Chiang Rai.
November sees the return of many winter birders significantly swelling the gay ex-pat population and, along with flocks of tourists and swarming digital nomads, the city becomes noticeably busier. Those gay businesses that survived the low season become lively party venues with the influx of customers.
For some gay fun in the afternoon, Chiang Mai has two gay saunas where you can laze around the pool. Club One Seven has been open four years, and has a wonderful location right on the banks of the Ping River
Whether you want to chill out, immerse yourself in history or simply check out the smoking hot nightlife, Chiang Mai, in Northern Thailand, has a little bit of something to please everyone.
Chiang Mai – the rise and rise of Soi 6
By David Edwards
It’s just over a year since Ram bar moved into its new custom built venue on Chiang Mai’s Charoen Prathet Soi 6, and what a fabulously successful year it has been. Gay Soi 6 (Note: Soi means alley or side street in Thai) has now become Chiang Mai’s de facto gay street and is steadily growing in popularity.
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.