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13A Trengganu Street, Singapore
weekday 18:00 - 01:00 weekend 18:00 / 16:00 - 02:00
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Located in the heart of Chinatown, Singapore, Dorothy’s has been attracting a wide and diverse crowd since 2015.
Dorothy’s is a great place to meet new friends and have a good time, with regular themed nights you will have the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of cocktails, beers, and wines all night long.
With its large L shaped terrace, you will be spoilt for choice with it’s inviting and cozy interior to it’s fresh and open exterior to soak up the local culture.
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historic riverside quay, lined with trendy restaurants
near Taboo / Chinatown gay scene
near Taboo gay nightclub, the gay bars & saunas in Chinatown
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May Wong (1905 -1961) was the first Asian American actress to become an international star, with a career spanning both silent and sound films, TV, stage and radio.
May Wong’s Café is a fitting tribute to this pioneering actress. Its Oriental yet English-influenced décor is adorned with pictures of May Wong from the films she starred in.
Popular with trendy gay executives, but all are welcome. The bar serves an extensive menu of inventive cocktails such as the ‘Tropical Orgy’ and Flaming Fiesta’ and affordable drinks.
An LGBT-friendly bar that sits above The Populus Coffee & Food Co, a cafe famous for its asian-fusion cuisines and locally-roasted specialty coffee.
SuperNrml serves signature cocktails and classic cocktails and food from The Populus Cafe. Enjoy happy hours 6pm till late and weekly promotions updated on Instagram (@super.nrml)
SuperNrml holds monthly lucky draws and events and attracts a relatively-young crowd. The venue is known to be cosy and good for large groups.
nearest station : Outram Park
80 Neil Road, Singapore
weekday 20:00 - 03:00 weekend 20:00 - 04:00 / 03:00
One of Singapore’s longest-running and most popular gay bars. Backstage Bar has both indoor and outdoor areas.
This cosy bar turns into a party venue where you dance to some upbeat tunes. Happy hour on Sunday through Thursday (6pm-9pm). Entrance is on Teck Lim Road or via Tantric Bar.
nearest station : Chinatown
65-67 Neil Road, Singapore
weekday Wed,Thu 20:00 - 02:00 weekend Fri,Sat 22:00 - 04:00
Popular 5,000 ft², two-storey nightclub with a lounge bar in the loft area. Taboo’s main LED-lit dance floor is open on the weekend. The upstairs loft area (Attic) is more of a chill-out zone.
The club attracts a young gay crowd and gets busier after midnight at weekends as the party moves across the road from Tantric Bar.
Taboo hosts a special themed party “Hot” on the last Saturday of each month, featuring international guest DJ’s – visit their website for more information.
43 Neil Road, Singapore
weekday 18:00 - 01:00 weekend Fri,Sat 18:00 - 01:00 / 02:00
OUT Bar is located within a Chinatown shophouse and features Hollywood-inspired décor.
This is the only bar hat plays a mix of Mandarin and English hits. Weekdays are a Chinese and English hits chill-out place. Weekends are all the dance hits; Canto Mando Nite every 2nd Saturday and Retro Nite last Saturday of the month.
Daily happy hour 6pm-9pm. Free WiFi available. Closed on Sundays.
78 Neil Road, Singapore
weekday 20:00 - 03:00 weekend 20:00 - 04:00 / 03:00
The most popular gay bar in Singapore. Tantric gets very busy on Friday and Saturday nights with party boys who down a few cocktails before heading to Taboo.
The great combination of sights, sounds and reasonably-priced drinks (e.g. double-shot house pour for SGD10/glass) makes the open-air courtyard and indoor bar a great place to start your night out.
145 Telok Ayer St, Singapore
weekday 10:00 - 02:00 weekend 20:00 - 04:00 / 02:00
Named after the Spanish word for ‘rain’, Lluvia is probably the most popular gay bar for bears, their chasers and friends in Singapore.
A friendly hangout and a great place to relax, catch up with friends or sing a couple of songs. Check their Facebook for special events.
The classy, mixed karaoke lounge ‘e-bar’ attracts a younger crowd with reasonably-priced drinks and cool house music after midnight.
Located in a converted shop house directly opposite Tantric Bar.
Launched in 2007, PLAY was a gay nightclub with themed parties and international guest DJ’s. In February 2014, their venue in Tanjong Pagar was closed.
PLAY has gone mobile and hosts dance parties on special occasions. Check PLAY’s Facebook page for the latest news.
The creative team behind many of Singapore’s amazing gay parties. Their regular Sunday-night party “Hyper SunDaze” is held at “Altimate” at One Raffles Place, with an amazing view from the rooftop.
Check their website or Facebook page for upcoming events.
120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore
weekday 11:00 - 23:00 weekend 10:00 - 23:00
Located on the secluded Tanjong Beach on Sentosa island, TBC is a popular hangout for the young and beautiful – particularly busy on a Sunday afternoon.
This trendy restaurant & bar features an outdoor pool with loungers and hosts regular events & parties that attract a large number of gay customers.
7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore
weekday Wed 19:00 - 23:00 weekend Fri,Sat 21:00 - 23:00
New addition to the Singapore nightlife scene. Lulu’s Lounge offers a quirky atmosphere with its 1960’s New York club-styled décor.
The club features a dance floor, outdoor terrace, live entertainment, early hour jazz, DJ’s and burlesque shows. Classic cocktails and light snacks are served. Attracts a large LGBT crowd.
Singapore’s lesbian bars are listed on a separate page.
CLOSED (June 2019)
Gay bar & nightclub in Singapore, managed by the team behind PLAY Club Singapore (2007-2014), and mobile pop-up events.
Peaches Club features DJ, dance floor, regular themed events. Live band every Thursday night.
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