Top 10 Gay Things To Do In Bangkok


Planning your holiday to the exciting and vibrant Bangkok? Here are our top 10 things to do for gay in Bangkok while you are staying at the Best Gay Hotel in Bangkok. Hotel Muse Bangkok is an iconic hotel that rests on the leafy Langsuan Road. With a resort-like atmosphere and an air of mystery, the stylish hotel that fits for gay’s lifestyle that features a unique blend of European and oriental charm. The Must-have attractions and captivating activities that all gay should not be Missed!

Gay Bangkok

Silom Soi 2 & Soi 4

Nestled in the most Bangkok’s gay scene Silom, next to the BTS Skytrain Saladaeng and easily accessible by taxi or BTS Skytrain from our Bangkok Boutique Hotel, named Silom neighbourhood.

An enclave of gay bars and restaurants and a coupled massage spas, all in one street. Silom Soi 4 is the typical first stop and famed itself for many gay travellers who travel to Bangkok or local, with the iconic Telephone Bar, Balcony Bar and The Stranger Bar offering the reasonable drinks and glance at or watching another gay pass by or strolling on the road. It’s a humble low key road early in the evening that picks up its energy and pace as the night continues.

Just around the corner is DJ station, Bangkok’s residence gay clubbing and the most famous one, opens 7 days a week from 10pm till 2am—attracting both locals and foreigners. Admission includes two drinks. Minimum age is 20 years (photo ID required). Tank tops and shorts are ok, but flip-flops are not allowed. The club is busy every-night of the week and becomes packed to busting point at weekends. DJ Station Bangkok this is must do gay institution across Asia.

Sanctuary & Rejuvenation Destination

After an energetic night of Silom, a refreshing treatment spa is a great way to pamper yourself, such as a traditional Thai Massage, oil massage or facial indulgence. Bangkok offers many gay exclusive massage spas in Silom, Sathorn, and Sukhumvit all easily accessible from this Bangkok Boutique Hotel. Ask our Concierge team for more information during your stay.




Memorable Rooftop Bars

Bangkok offers a diversity of rooftop bars from funky to sophisticated touch depending on personal taste and choice in Sukhumvit, Silom, Sathorn and Siam, with all the rooftop bars offering their unique views and touches. Luckily guests of Hotel Muse Bangkok have access to our one-of-a-kind The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar on Level 24th and 25th, which is the perfect place to gather with friends or a loved one and also our bartenders and mixologists pour their hearts and soul into making memorable drinks for every patron. Our award-winning The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar offers panoramic views of Bangkok at night. Here, you can see ribbons of streetlights illuminate as the night grows dark. The view is spectacular and the snapshots you take from here will be unforgettable.

Experience the Thai festivities

To immerse you in Bangkok phenomenon gay scene on mid-April, it’s Songkran Festival. It holds annually on 13 April – 15 April, Songkran Festival is Thailand’s New Year aka the famous water festival. People enjoy splash the water and getting wet and wild throughout the country—both local and foreign parties seemingly there’s no tomorrow. Not only the water fight, but there are also the phenomenon gay events held at the same time and all gay in the region are coming, GCircuit Bangkok. The other festivals and events include Loy Kratong, Lantern Festival, White Party Bangkok and Chinese New Year.


Vast View & Selfie at MahaNakhon SKYWALK

Known as the highest 360-degree observation deck and rooftop bar in Thailand, MahaNakhon SKYWALK is now becoming an iconic destination for sun-seekers and rooftop bar lovers offering spectacular panoramic views of the city at 314 metres from the second tallest building in Thailand. Located only 10 minutes away from Hotel Muse Bangkok, MahaNakhon SKYWALK conveniently to get there by public transports – 4 stations by BTS Skytrain and about 15 minutes’ drive or Tuk Tuk ride.


Fashion Destination of Siam

Siam is the name of the old kingdom of Thailand, but nowadays is namesake for the posh centre of fashion and lifestyle—when we talk about fashion and local designers is not complete without mentioning Siam’s neighbourhood—Siam Center is the hub where you find the Thai’s labels. Siam Center located in the heart of the city of Bangkok, BTS Skytrain Siam station and next to the luxurious department store, Siam Paragon. Mentioning about the local designers then you automatically think about Siam Center, especially the 1st floor: ABSOLUTE SIAM STORE is the one-and-only and exclusively for whom crave for the uniqueness, multi-brand stores such as Leisure Projects, Agora, TKW, Trimode Accessories, Painkiller, SSAP NYC, Apricot Homm The Summer House Ayutthaya just to names a few. If you are looking for something legendary and semi-couture you might go to THEATRE, Tube Gallery, Greyhound and MILIN to name a few. The contemporary choice and chic cult are addressed and impressed: KLOSET, FRI 27 NOV., WONDER ANATOMIE, Q DESIGN AND PLAY and SENADA, and shop till you drop!

Mesmerising Luxe Shopping at ICONSIAM

ICONSIAM has recently opened; ICONSIAM is Bangkok’s largest shopping mall, hotels, and residence, a home for the first official Apple Store in Thailand, massive cinemas, and River Museum Bangkok. It is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok and conveniently accessed by BTS Skytrain.

Experience Bangkok’s Neighbourhood Nosh

There’s nothing better surprise and experience your taste buds with the street food. Bangkok is home to amazing street food offering a great variety of local food throughout the city. Must-try dishes include Pad Kraprao (Stir-fried minced with pork or chicken, seafood or even vegan), Pad Thai (the most famous) and deep-fried insects! These street food stalls can be found everywhere in Bangkok and a few of them are just a minute from Hotel Muse Bangkok.

Temple Hopping

Being a Buddhism country, Bangkok is famous for its glittering temple destination which becomes the symbol of this city of angle. Hotel Muse Bangkok is located in central Bangkok; our gay guests can visit temples like Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew and The Grand Palace easily accessible by private and public transport. Our Tuk Tuk to BTS Skytrain and Langsuan area is also available and complimentary exclusively for our guests to connect them easily to these beautiful temples.

Romantic Stroll at Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park is within walking distance from the Hotel Muse Bangkok and offers a massive oasis in the heart of the buzzling Bangkok City. This makes Hotel Muse Bangkok the perfect Lumpini Park hotel after a long day of exploration.

The advantage of staying in the neighbourhood of Chidlom and Lumpini Park hotel is that you’re in the famed central of Bangkok—you get to escape the noise as Hotel Muse Bangkok is located on Langsuan Road, an ideal place for a romantic walk in the afternoon or a good evening run.


Last but not least, there is something that should not be missed like checking at all cool café as Bangkok has plenty of stylish café for all gay café mania such as The Commons Saladaeng just newly opened; theCOMMONS is nestled in the exclusive Thong Lor area. Heading to Chinatown’s neighbourhood where is classic yet chic for coffee hopper on a narrow street named Nana-Yoawaraj, as hide and seek of gem cafes and bars just to name a few, Wallflowers Café, TEP BAR, 23 Bar & Gallery, etc. please check it out.




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