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Southeast Asia

Is Thailand Really the Most LGBT-Friendly Country in Asia?

Thailand is widely considered to be one of the most LGBT-friendly countries in Asia. In fact, the country thrives in pink tourism, and as such has several lgbt-friendly bars, resorts, etc. Bangkok is even called the Gay Capital of Asia. To an extent, this image is accurate. During…

A Queer Ol’ Guide to Navigate Gay Bangkok

Are you a proud fucking unicorn eager to explore all of Gay Bangkok? If so, then sashay over to all of these fabulous spaces! Bangkok is widely considered to be the “Gay Capital of Asia”. To an extent that is true. While exploring gay Bangkok on my 2 week trip…

Bangkok Travel Guide: Navigating Asia’s Sin City

I spent two glorious weeks in Bangkok, and in this Bangkok Travel Guide I’ll give you a run down of all I learnt. This Bangkok Travel Guide has largely been written from a personal perspective of all I’ve seen and done. In it I tell you all about…

How to NOT be an Obnoxious Tourist in Southeast Asia

Traveling through Southeast Asia can be a pretty fulfilling and fun experience. But even so, there are certain do’s and dont’s you should follow so that you don’t, intentionally or unintentionally, become an obnoxious tourist. I’ve just recently returned from a tour of Southeast Asia that…

Review: M Boutique, the Best Budget Hostel in Bali

This is a review of my favorite backpackers hostel in Bali —  M Boutique. M Boutique was the backpackers hostel I stayed in while in Seminyak, Bali. I stayed in several other backpacker’s hostels as well. However, I believe M Boutique is the best budget hostel in Bali for…

Review: Spartacvs, the Best Gay Hotel in Bali

Spartacvs, as far as I’m aware, is the only clothing optional exclusively gay hotel in Bali. This makes Spartacvs quite a niche hotel. However, that very exclusivity really works in its favor. It was certainly my favorite hotel during my Bali travels. Location Spartacvs hotel is located in the…

Review: Bali au Naturel, a Clothing Optional Resort in Bali

Bali au Naturel, as the name suggests, is a clothing optional resort in Northern Bali. In addition to being a safe haven for naturists, Bali au Naturel is also a popular gay-friendly destination. Probably because it’s owned and run by a lovely gay couple. I had the…

My First Time at a Backpackers Hostel in Bali

I’ve always been a little averse to the idea of staying at a Backpackers Hostel. However, a friend of mine recently cajoled me into trying out a backpackers hostel while I was in Bali. I did not want to. In fact, I didn’t really think it would…

Comprehensive Bali Travel Guide For First Timers

Are you traveling to Bali for the first time? If so, you’re likely looking for a comprehensive Bali Travel Guide that can tell you everything you need to know about the lovely island. There are a lot of Bali travel guide blogs online that give you a good idea…

Going Au Naturel At A Bali Clothing Optional Resort

On my recent trip to Bali, I decided to spend three days at a clothing optional resort and two days at a gay nudist hotel. People have been asking me what it was like to stay at a clothing optional resort. So I’m now answering that question! Before…