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SINGAPORE City-state located in the south of the Malay Peninsula, at only 137km north of the equator. Mainly populated by descendants of Chinese, but also of Malay and Indian. The diversity of languages, cultures and religions can be seen everywhere in the architecture, the food traditions, ... and these are all reasons to visit this modern Asian city. Tourists will enjoy clean and green environment, meet modernity and traditions. Due to its geographical position, Singapore is the gateway to Southeast Asian countries, or a step between Europe and Australia.

GAY Singapore is a conservative society based on heterosexual family. After review of Penal Code in 2007, oral and anal sex were legalised for heterosexuals and lesbians, but not for male homosexuals. Sexual activity between consenting men is still considered as gross indecency. Though in recent years, many gay venues, massages, sauna, have opened and gay Singaporeans are no more hidden.

WARNING Sexual activity between men is illegal. Therefore, discretion is required.
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LockerRoom Bar
43 Neil Road, Chinatown
Classy, chic, and with a sports bar theme
International cocktail list, beer and wine selection
Tantric Bar
78 Neil Road, Chinatown
in the heart of gay area
packed on week-end
Taboo Bar
65 Neil Road, Chinatown
Stylish bar, good place to meet gay Singapore friends
Mox Bar & Café
21 Tanjong Pagar Road, #04-01
60’s and 70’s inspired furnishing
Backstage Bar
13A Trengganu Street (corner of Temple street)
cozy bar in the heart of Chinatown


Play Club
21 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-02/03/04
International DJs
Backstage Club
13A Trengganu Street (corner of Temple street)
popular dancefloor in the heart of Chinatown
Zirca Mega Club
3c River Valley Road
hosts the "SuperStar" parties
Zouk Club
17 Jiak Kim Street
one of the oldest and most popular nightclubs

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