Latest News and Updates
A new LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bi-sexual Transgender) Social Group has been formed in Chiang Mai as an Outside Group Activity (OGA) of the Chiang Mai ex-pats club. The objectives are to foster and develop friendships among the LGBT community. The group meets fortnightly on Thusdays with the first meeting on 23rd October at Radchada Garden Cafe
Last week Adam’s Apple Club, Chiang Mai’s best known gay bar and go-go show hosted a highly successful Huapoke (Lady boy) contest. Check out the pictures from this fun and popular event.
The October issue of gay Thai lifestyle magazine Attitude (in Thai) is available now from new stands, or you can by Attitude magazine online
Issue no 65 of Thai Puan, gay Thailand’s favourite community magazine is now available. Pick up your free copy at Radchada Garden Cafe or other gay bars and venues in Chiang Mai.
Thailand’s best known gay lifestyle magazine If you haven’t seen them yet check out the latest issues of Attitude Magazine. The Thai version of the hit UK magazine has become Thailand’s most successful gay male lifestyle magazine. And, just looking at the front covers for the August and September issues you can see why? Seems […]
R & A Bar is a fun new gay owned and gay friendly bar in Chiang Mai’s Santitham Plaza lively bar and entertainment complex in Chang Puek district. It is owned by khun Run (Former manager at Soho Bar) and his partner. It is only a short walk from Sabbai Dee Santitham restaurant too.
Santitham is an area of Chiang Mai popular for both gay and non-gay night-life and entertainment. Now the students are back, the bars, restaurants, clubs and live music venues are all busy. Read out update including some new gay owned bars.
The sexy go-go boys from Adam’s Apple Club Chiang Mai had a day out at the lake. See them running around shirtless enjoying a game of football.
The latest version of our pocket guide to gay Chiang Mai is now available to download – with addresses in Thai for a taxi to get to any gay venue in town.
It’s that time of year again in Chiang Mai, rainy season! After an above average rainfall in July we’re now in August, usually one of the wettest months. Time then for a quick update on life in gay Chiang Mai, and where to go on a rainy night.