Articles in Category: Host and Go-go Bars
Things change fast in gay Chiang Mai, especially at the start of high season and already we have more news of happenings openings and closures. Mango has opened, Metro has closed, and there are a number of special events coming up. Also, check the latest on gay businesses for sale or rent in Chiang Mai.
Popular Chiang Mai Gay host bar with show, Free Guy Club is for sale. Bargain price of 1 million Baht (Approx $31,000) for this successful and well established gay business.
There’s nothing quite like a scary queen in an even scarier costume. Join in the Halloween fun at one of Chiang Mai’s several gay Halloween events.
Popular go-go and host bar Free guy had been closed for a few weeks refurbishment. The grand re-opening will be on 31 October 2014. Meanwhile, an old favourite, the Relax gay karaoke and host bar has also re-opened after a makeover and change of management.
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.
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.
Chiang Mai’s gay bars head towards normality Finally, at the end of last week, the Thai government lifted the midnight curfew that had been in place for more than three weeks since 22nd May, after the military takeover. This meant the city was again able to return to some sort of normality, including Chiang Mai’s […]