Manila Gay Saunas

Manila Gay Saunas

A trip to Manila would not be complete without visiting one of its gay saunas. Bring your ID as these venues will require you to join as a member.

Manila Gay Saunas

Fahrenheit Cafe (F Club)
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1204 E Rodriguez Sr Ave, Quezon City, Manila, Philippines

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3.2
Audience Rating

Based on 75 votes

2018 Audience Awards
2018 Audience Awards

5 Star Winner

2019 Audience Awards
2019 Audience Awards

5 Star Winner

2020 Audience Awards
2020 Audience Awards

5 Star Winner

The popular Fahrenheit Café is a combination of a sauna (jacuzzi, steam room, showers, private cabins) and entertainment facilities (karaoke, bar and dance floor and shows).

Particularly busy at weekends. This is a private club, so expect to pay a joining fee on your first visit. Bring two forms of ID.

Watch their new 2024 video here.

Features:
Bar
Dancing
Gym
Karaoke
Music
Steam room

Mon:18:00 - 02:00

Tue:18:00 - 02:00

Wed:18:00 - 02:00

Thu:18:00 - 02:00

Fri:18:00 - 03:00

Sat:18:00 - 03:00

Sun:18:00 - 03:00

Last updated on: 1-Mar-2024

Club Bath Philippines
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2456 FB Harrison Blvd (at Valhalla), Pasay City, Manila, Philippines

3.4
Audience Rating

Based on 133 votes

Gay sauna Club Bath has been serving the gay community in Manila since 1977. Facilities at this relatively small, 3-storey venue include a gym, TV lounge and snack bar, small steam room, private cabins and dark room.

This is a 'members only' club, so expect to pay a joining fee on your first visit.

Last updated on: 1-Mar-2024

Altermale (The We'reHouse)
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105 Ligaya St. Plainview, Mandaluyong City, Manila, Philippines

3.5
Audience Rating

Based on 150 votes

2018 Audience Awards
2018 Audience Awards

4 Star Winner

Men-only gay sauna & spa in Manila, featuring bar, lockers, dry sauna, entertainment area, cinema, maze, massage service. Altermale (formerly  "The We'reHouse") is a private club - membership can be purchased at the door. Fees differ if attending the Bath House or the Transient House, with special rates available if attending both.

You can take the Ayala Bus to Bautista Street and turn left at the end of Morse Street. It's a four-story building by San Isidiro Church.

Last updated on: 1-Mar-2024

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