Tuesday, 19 Feb 2019

Five destinations tourism for LGBT that most frequented in Thailand


PHUKETPHUKET -  Bangkok is the first place that comes to our mind when you think for a friendly place for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) people in Thailand.

The nightlife in Thailand is very magical. There are many attractions and activities that can be done by members of the LGBT community here.

Here are some of the most friendly places to LGBT people in Thailand:

Pattaya is famous for its nightlife. However, it is also have two of the country's most popular gay beaches ie Jomtien Beach and Dongtan Beach.

If you are looking for gay bars, restaurants, massage shops and hotels in Pattaya, you can visit to BoyzTown district. It does not matter if you are looking for someone new in your life or traveling with your partner, you will feels have fun. And do not be surprised, if in Pattaya, you will see many indecent scenes that done by gays.


Phuket's tropical island is the second most popular destination for tourists who are members of the LGBT community. The island is like in paradise.
The gay center on the island is Patong, which has so many clubs and bars where LGBT can to make a party.

To reach Phuket is not difficult, there are many international flights that coming directly to Phuket and this is the reason why it is so easy to get to Phuket.


Krabi is the perfect destination for a holiday. Because this place has many beaches for people who like to spend their time in nature.

The most famous destinations are Railay Beach and Ao Nang. If LGBT travelers try to get adventurous then they can do outdoor activities such as kayaking, rock climbing, snorkeling, exploring nearby islands, and scuba diving. In this way, you really can enjoy your days here.

Chiang Mai is also known as the 'northern gem' in Thailand. There are many go-go bars in town with cabaret clubs, saunas, gay friendly nightclubs, and a massage shop.

In addition, Chiang Mai has many interesting options for activities such as sightseeing. All this is waiting for people to come and explore it.



Located in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Tao is referred to as a sight of tranquility.
The island with overgrown coconut trees is one of the places for members of the LGBT community that should not be missed if they travel to Thailand.

The name of the island comes from sea turtles, that are commonly found in this place. The beach here is made from white sand and is near to steep hills. Here, the sun shines every day, which makes it as a great place for relaxing.



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