Take a look at our quick gay travel guide to Bangkok, including the best place to stay in the City of Angels.
Bangkok is frequently referred to as the gayest city in Asia and is a very sought-after vacation spot for LGBTQ visitors. It’s a gay-friendly city with so much to see and do whatever your preferences are. It is an extremely tolerant society that embraces lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer lifestyles as a natural way of life. And with our gay travel guide, you can find some of the top things to do and places to see.
The incredible food, friendliness of the Thai people, ancient temples, raging nightlife, and hip shopping destinations, with everything at a very affordable cost compared to Western destinations, all add to the appeal of Bangkok. Of course, Bangkok used to be regarded as a backpacker destination, but it now has some of the most luxurious yet budget-friendly properties anywhere in the world, making it the best deal on the planet!
Well, according to our gay travel guide, Pullman Bangkok King Power is the place to be. This gay-friendly hotel is just minutes away from Victory Monument BTS Skytrain Station, giving you access to everything Bangkok has to offer. Choose from fantastic dining, incredible cultural attractions, world-class shopping and fabulous entertainment options all close to the hotel.
Featuring exquisitely styled rooms and suites as well as the finest resort-style facilities including a large infinity pool surrounded by a lush green tropical garden, Pullman Bangkok King Power is simply the perfect place to stay for your unforgettable visit.
Well, this gay travel guide thinks that Bangkok is one of the best party cities you can find. It has plenty to offer everyone, including wild nightlife of course, and the LGBTQ nightlife culture rivals that of any city in the world.
You should definitely try to go to one of the many cabarets, clubs, pubs, karaoke or go-go bars even if it’s not generally your thing. And if it is your thing, you’re going to absolutely love it. Of course, one of the best things is how welcoming Thai culture is of the LGBTQ population in general, which means that you are certain to have some unforgettable nights out.
In summary, going out at night in Bangkok offers everything you could possibly desire, along with a few things you might not have known you wanted.
The LGBTQ community is warmly welcomed throughout Bangkok, and when you need a break from the nightlife, this gay travel guide loves going to the following places:
King Power Duty Free Complex
Based on the futuristic concept of “Life Beyond Boundaries”, the King Power Duty Free Complex features an outstanding variety of the very best designer brands and beauty products. While you are shopping, make sure you make time to see the absolutely remarkable show of sights and sounds from the 6-meter choreographed musical fountain.
Mahanakhon Skywalk is one of Bangkok’s newest must-see destinations. Head up into the clouds and walk on Thailand’s highest observation deck, which at 314 meters high offers spectacular 360-degree panoramic views of the city from both an indoor and outdoor viewing area. You’ll take so many wonderful photos, it will be difficult to decide which ones to post on your social media!
Erawan Shrine – A famous Hindu shrine which houses a statue of Phra Phrom. Located near BTS Siam Station, just 3 stops from the hotel.
Siam Square is one of Bangkok’s most well-known malls, and with very good reason – the shopping here is superb! Located near BTS Siam Station, only 3 stops from the hotel.
Chatuchak Weekend Market is one of the must-visit attractions in Bangkok for everyone. It’s a place where you can buy just about anything you can think of and is definitely worth a trip.
Jim Thompson House is made from a series of beautiful inter-connected wooden homes and contains a vast array of unique antiques and also the personal effects of the man who was one of the forefathers of the Thai silk industry.
Chinatown: Bangkok’s Chinatown is known as being one of the best in the world and is a place that never stands still. Go wherever takes your fancy and just stroll, eat, shop and watch the world go by before your very eyes.
The Temple of Dawn – Wat Arun: One of the most stunning and gorgeous places in the whole of Thailand, this icon of Bangkok is loved the world over.
For this gay travel guide, we think you don’t need to look any further than the restaurants at Pullman Bangkok King Power. Here, diners can take a gastronomic trip for the senses through a delectable assortment of fantastic restaurants. It truly is one of the top foodie destinations in the capital, offering visitors an exciting and eclectic variety of both local and international cuisine.
Cuisine Unplugged is the place to go if you want the freshest seafood and perfectly cooked BBQ buffet in the city. Guests can also sample exquisite dishes from all around the world with our sumptuous Grand Buffet.
The Glen Bar is the hip new destination bar in Bangkok with its trendy modern Thai décor, live music and a superb choice of drinks to select from.
Take a look at The Junction at Pullman, a vibrant coworking space ideal for business, leisure and special meetings or catch-ups, where top barista treats meet funky pop-up bar.
Tenshino is a stylish ground-breaking restaurant serving exceptional Japanese cuisine using the freshest produce imported directly from Japan and France each week.
Bangkok’s most relaxing retreat where you can really escape the busy city, the Pool Bar is a fabulous place to chill out and unwind with a refreshing drink, light snack or yummy ice cream.
Tenko, an absolutely mind-blowing Japanese omakase restaurant and the definitive private dining experience in Bangkok.
Hopefully this gay travel guide has given you a few ideas of where to go and what to do on your next visit to Bangkok, and we can’t wait to see you at Pullman Bangkok King Power.