Welcome to Thailand, a vibrant and inclusive destination that warmly embraces LGBTQ travellers from all corners of the globe. Nestled in Southeast Asia, Thailand has earned a well-deserved reputation as a welcoming and accepting country, making it an ideal haven for the LGBTQ community.

Thailand's capital, Bangkok, boasts a thriving LGBTQ scene, with a myriad of gay-friendly venues, vibrant nightclubs, and world-renowned festivals. Silom Soi 4 and Soi 2 are renowned as the heart of Bangkok's gay district, offering an array of bars, clubs, and restaurants catering to diverse tastes. From dazzling drag shows to stylish rooftop bars, the city pulsates with energy and acceptance.

Beyond the bustling capital, Thailand's tropical paradise awaits. The stunning islands of Phuket and Koh Samui beckon LGBTQ travellers with their breathtaking beaches, crystal-clear waters, and a plethora of LGBTQ-friendly resorts. These idyllic destinations offer a perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and unforgettable experiences.

Thai culture, deeply rooted in Buddhism, embraces the concept of tolerance and respect for all individuals. This inclusive mindset permeates society, creating a safe and welcoming environment for LGBTQ travellers. Pride events and LGBTQ festivals are celebrated throughout the year, further solidifying Thailand's commitment to diversity and equality.

Whether you seek cultural exploration, vibrant nightlife, or beachside tranquillity, Thailand is a country that celebrates individuality and offers an unforgettable experience for LGBTQ travellers. Get ready to immerse yourself in the beauty, warmth, and acceptance that awaits you in the Land of Smiles.

Our destinations in Thailand


Welcome to Bangkok, the vibrant capital of Thailand and a haven for LGBTQ travellers seeking excitement, acceptance, and a thriving queer scene. Known as one of Asia's most gay-friendly cities, Bangkok offers a myriad of experiences that cater to all interests and preferences.

Start your journey in Silom, the heart of Bangkok's gay district, where you'll find a plethora of LGBTQ-friendly bars, clubs, and restaurants. Silom Soi 4 and Soi 2 are bustling hubs of activity, offering a vibrant nightlife and a chance to mingle with locals and fellow travellers alike. Don't miss out on the legendary drag shows, energetic dance floors, and a wide range of entertainment options.

For a taste of local culture, explore the historic temples and palaces scattered throughout the city. Marvel at the grandeur of the Grand Palace, visit the sacred Wat Arun, or explore the tranquil grounds of Wat Pho, home to the iconic reclining Buddha statue.

Indulge in the diverse culinary scene, from street food vendors offering mouth-watering delicacies to upscale restaurants serving a fusion of Thai and international cuisines. The city is a paradise for food lovers, and you'll find a plethora of dining options to suit every palate.

Beyond the urban landscape, Bangkok is a gateway to stunning natural beauty. Take a boat ride along the Chao Phraya River, visit the lush greenery of Lumpini Park, or escape to the nearby Chatuchak Weekend Market for a unique shopping experience.

Throughout the year, Bangkok hosts vibrant LGBTQ events and festivals, including the annual Bangkok Pride Parade. These celebrations of love, diversity, and inclusivity showcase the city's commitment to embracing the LGBTQ community.

In Bangkok, you'll find a city that celebrates individuality, offers thrilling experiences, and embraces the LGBTQ community with open arms. Get ready to immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of sights, sounds, and flavors that Bangkok has to offer, as you create cherished memories in this lively and welcoming city.

Chiang Mai

The old city of Chiang Mai is a showcase of the north's fascinating indigenous cultural identity.

That includes diverse dialects, a delectable cuisine, distinctive architecture, lively festivals, northern style massage, and classical dances. Chiang Mai is also blessed with pristine natural resources including mountains, waterfalls, and rivers.

The presence of numerous hill tribes that feature a wealth of unique cultures enhances Chiang Mai's distinctive diversity. Hill tribe trekking, often combined with river rafting has always been one of Chiang Mai's greatest tourist attractions.

As night bazaars go, the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is one of the best. The vibrant atmosphere and staggering amount of products available for sale makes this market one of the biggest tourist draws in the city, and with good reason. Hundreds of restaurants and street food stalls for all tastes can also be found in the immediate area.

Haggling is expected here, and if you play your cards right you can land a really good deal.

Nowadays there are innumerable activities and attractions both in the city and the surrounding province. With such a diverse range of attractions and an equally grand selection of dining and accommodation options, Chiang Mai is a place where travellers can enjoy the ultimate Thai welcome.

Most hotels are only available for a 2-night minimum and * indicates a preferred partner.


Krabi is an area of turquoise sea, tropical forests, spectacular limestone cliffs and beaches.

Set on the southwest coast by the Andaman Sea and once a favourite hideout for pirates due to the number of islands and coves.

It would take you an eternity to explore this vast district, much of which has been designated as national park; so let us point you in the right direction for your visit to this gorgeous part of the country. Fortunately the pirates have now left the area to be replaced by those in search of beauty, relaxation and a little adventure.

Krabi is a secluded area of turquoise sea and tropical forests, spectacular limestone cliffs soar out of the ocean.

It is an idea area for snorkelling, diving and rock climbing. The main tourist area is Ao Nang beach, where many hotels, gay friendly bars and restaurants line the beach road and those that run inland.

The gay friendly beach here is quite narrow but long-tail boats run throughout the day to the many tiny islands and coves that dot the nearby shoreline. Less crowded than Phuket and more laid back than Koh Samui, the province of Krabi has become a favourite for those who desire romantic isolation in an unspoilt paradise.

Once you have found yourself your own little beach, your favourite restaurant and a perfect spot for watching the sun go down over the sparkling Andaman Sea, you will come back here again and again.

Most hotels are only available for a 2-night minimum and * indicates a preferred partner.

Koh Samui

Koh Samui is a delight. A beautiful island covered with palm trees and fringed white sandy beaches.

Koh Samui has all the attributes you would expect of a luxury island resort. The main resort on the island is called Chaweng, which offers numerous gay friendly restaurants, bars, shops and a long stretch of beach. If looking for a quieter, more laid back vibe then there are a number of different resorts dotted around the coastline. The interior of the island consists of lush, unspoilt rainforest, and beautiful, little natural waterfalls.

Koh Samui isn’t just about sitting on a perfect beach all day in the enveloping tropical sunshine, while listening to the gentle waves lap at your feet, before putting on your finest pair of tight shorts and dancing the night away in one of the many gay nightclubs.

The island now offers numerous activities to keep even the most restless holiday maker amused. Diving, water sports, horse riding, bungee jumping and cookery schools are just some of the varied activities on offer.

Most hotels are only available for a 2-night minimum and * indicates a preferred partner.


Located in the sparkling Andaman Sea, Phuket offers the finest stretches beaches in in Thailand.

Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and most popular beach destination. Phuket is privileged to have numerous beach resorts, offering various types of holiday experience and differing standards of accommodation. It caters to all tastes, every budget, and promises to deliver a smile-filled holiday in the exotic surrounds of this stunning Thai island.

It can be luxurious and secluded, vivacious and untamed, or somewhere in the middle; your niche is here, you will find it. Choose from the more lively areas of Patong for good nightlife and bustling night markets, to the exclusive Bang Tao Bay, where luxury abounds, or the restful Pansea Bay with its crystal clear waters.

As a sightseeing experience Phuket is captivating, but if wanting to explore a little further Phuket is surrounded by 32 smaller islands, many of which can be visited in an hour or two.

The best way to do this is by hiring a long-tail boat or by chartering an island hopping tour. Go and discover your own little gay paradise; it won’t take you long to find a beautiful, white sandy beach for you to spend the day on. There are also some fantastic snorkelling and diving opportunities around these islands.

Most hotels are only available for a 2-night minimum and * indicates a preferred partner.


Let’s be clear – Pattaya is party town. Beaches by day and an array of bars for the evening!

Pattaya is nestled along a picturesque bay on the east coast of the gulf of Thailand, roughly 170 km southeast of Bangkok. Pattaya is the popular beach destination for those wishing to escape the mania of Bangkok, and it has consequently grown into a bustling international playground.

Pattaya makes an all-out attempt to provide the best of everything. Here everything means everything a tourist can imagine while on holiday: recreation, entertainment, sports, sightseeing and lots of fun. Day and night it presents an ever changing kaleidoscope of thrills.

During the day go scuba diving, surfing and water skiing, or wander around the thousands of shops. There are also a number of delightful offshore islands boasting great sandy beaches which are easily accessible from the resort. At night things really get going, and there are bars and restaurants for all tastes. Nights out in Pattaya more or less guarantee inexhaustible amusement and non-stop action.