Top 10 Gay Things To Do In Bangkok

Top 10 Gay Things To Do In Bangkok

Planning your holiday to the exciting and vibrant Bangkok? Here is our top 10 things to do for gay in Bangkok while you are staying at the Best Gay Hotel in Bangkok, the award-winning Hotel Muse Bangkok.

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Silom Soi 4

Close to Sala Dang BTS, and easily accessible by taxi or BTS Skytrain from this Bangkok Boutique Hotel, is Silom Soi 4. An enclave of gay bar and restaurants and a coupled massage spas, all in one street. Silom Soi 4 is the typical first stop for many gay travellers in Bangkok, with the iconic Telephone Bar and Balcony Bar offering cheap drinks with a view onto the road perfect for people watching. It’s a humble low key road early in the evening that picks up its energy and pace as the night continues.

Silom Soi 2

Home of DJ station, Bangkok’s residence Gay night club, is open 7 days a week from 10pm till the early morning. DJ station offers nightly cabaret drag show as part of its entertainment and is busy almost every night of the week!


Massage Spas

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

Romantic Walk in Lumpini Park

An ideal place for a romantic walk in the afternoon or a good run during the day, Lumpini Park is within walking distance from the Hotel Muse Bangkok, and offers a massive oasis in the heart of the buzzling Bangkok City.

“There’s nothing better than discovering the fun Gay Bangkok city while staying in the best boutique hotel in Bangkok”


Rooftop Bars

Bangkok offers many choices of funky rooftop bars in Sukhumvit, Silom and Siam, with all bars offering their unique views. Luckily guests of Hotel Muse has access to The Speakeasy on Level 24 & 25, which is the perfect place to gather with friends or a loved on, overlooking the spectacular Bangkok Skyline. Arguably one of Bangkok Best Rooftop Bars, The Speakeasy has won multiple awards and is a popular spot for those seeking fabulous cocktails and bit to eat.

Join the Thai festivities

If you are planning or happen to visit Bangkok on Mid April, you are lucky because it’s Songkran Festival. Held annually on 13 April – 15 April, Songkran is Thailand’s New Year and is known as the  famous water festival. The whole country becomes wet and wild with this massive water fights. Both Thais and Farang (foreigners) are throwing water on each other and party like there’s no tomorrow. Not only the water fight, there are also the biggest gay events held on this day like GCircuit Bangkok. Apart from Songkran, there are more interesting festivals and event for tourist to join including Loy Kratong, Lantern Festival, White Party Bangkok and Chinese New Year.

Sip a drink and take a 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 can be reached easily by public transports – 3 stations by BTS skytrain and about 15 minutes by drive or Tuk Tuk ride.

Go (window) Shopping at ICONSIAM

Recently opened its door on 9 November 2018, ICONSIAM is Bangkok’s large shopping mall, hotels and residence and is 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 is only one kilometre from BTS Skytrain.

Try Bangkok’s street food

There’s nothing better that street food! Bangkok is home to street food and offers a great variety of local food throughout the city. Must-try dishes include Pad kraprao (Stir-fried minced pork with pork), Pad Thai and deep-fried insects! These street food stalls can be found everywhere in Bangkok and a few of them is just a minute from Hotel Muse Bangkok

Temple hopping

Being a Buddhism country, Bangkok is quite famous for its glittering temples which become the symbol of this angle city of Thailand.  Located in central Bangkok, guests from Hotel Muse Bangkok can visit the temples like Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew and The Grand Palace easily 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 in less than half an hour.

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