Thailand | Lesbian Clubs and Bars in Pattaya and Bangkok | Accommodation
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► Lesla Night - At Chit Chat Pub Lesla is a rapidly growing lesbian community in Thailand. With an increasing number of people joining, Lesla decided to hold a weekly get-together every Saturday night in order to give their members a chance to meet and mingle. It's also the largest gathering of lesbians under one roof. The event varies according to each week's theme. Admission 150 THB (one drink included). Opening Hours: Saturday, 19:00 onwards. Location: Chit Chat Pub, Choke Chai 4 Soi 85, Lad Prao Road MRT: Lad Prao Tel: +66 (0)2 719 6419
► Vega Cafe - Owned by a group of lesbians, Vega Caf- is a bar and restaurant combined. The atmosphere is casual and attracts mixed crowds. If you want to test your singing ability, a karaoke room is available upstairs. Live bands also play local and international favourites late at night. Friday and Saturday nights are packed with local 'tom' and 'dee' celebrities. Opening Hours: 11:00 - 02:00, closed on Sunday. Location: Sukhumvit Soi 39 MRT: Phrom Phong Tel: +66 (0)2 258 8273
► Zeta Zeta - Opened recently at RCA, boasts the first and most authentic all-girl bar in town. No boys, gay men or even drag queens are allowed inside to spoil the fun. With its friendly atmosphere (all female staff) combined with modern decoration, Zeta is sure to be a big hit among young and trendy crowds. Zeta also features the Mr Sister band, which will keep you and your girlfriends entertained every night of the week! Opening Hours: 20:00 - 02:00, nightly Location: RCA Block C, Rama 9 Road Tel: +66 (0)6 039 3671
► 238 Guest House - Small lesbian-owned and run guesthouse with only 16 rooms. Lots of women stay here, but the hotel is open to all. Clean rooms and English spoken, the 238 is located in the heart of old Bangkok. 238 Pahurad Rd.
Wangburapa, Pranakorn, Bangkok Website
► Bangkok Rama Place - This lesbian-run hotel is also a member of the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association. With 45 spacious rooms, full bathroom, pool, spa and dance studios, it's a great place to stay if you're gay or straight. 1546 Pattanakarn Rd.
► Metropolitan Bangkok - If you want to blow some serious cash on a swanky hotel in Bangkok, you might consider the Metropolitan. With locations in London and Bangkok, this TAG-approved hotel is mainstream, but welcomes gay and lesbian visitors. 27 South Sathorn Rd.
► President Soliataire - Another big-bucks hotel that is mainstream, yet TAG-approved (meaning they welcome a gay and lesbian clientele). For those who prefer to shell out a couple hundred dollars (as compared to about $40 U.S. which can still get you a pretty nice place in Bangkok), President Solitaire is another option. Sukhumvit Soi 11
► Regency Park - European/North American style hotel that's part of the Accor chain. The hotel has a rooftop pool, air conditioning and all the basic amenities. Welcoming to gay and lesbian travellers, you'll spend a lot more money here on a room than you would at a local Thai hotel. 12/3 Sukhumvit 22
Soi Sainamthip, Bangkok Website
► Swiss Lodge - Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Bangkok and you're o.k. with spending a few bucks for it? The Swiss Lodge is an option then. Located just a block away from the Silom 4 gay strip, this mainstream boutique hotel is totally gay-friendly for both gay men and lesbians. 3 Convent Rd.
Silom, Bangkok Website
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