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Show Bars & Drag @ Bangkok (กรุงเทพมหานคร)

 © by Benh LIEU SONG - modified by F. Behr

One night in Bangkok...3 travelogues
Thai people are very tolerant and open-hearted towards lesbians and gays. Bangkok is therefore extremely gay-friendly and there is a large amount of accommodation, bars, clubs, restaurants and saunas which cater for gay visitors from all over the world. There is also a large amount of massage parlor... read more or write a travelogue


Thailand » Bangkok (กรุงเทพมหานคร)


 Name  CityBranch of business
 Show Bars & Drag none Majority of guests: completely mixed Trannies are most welcomeMambo Cabaret Show
59/28 Sathu-phararam 3 Rd
Thailand  BangkokShow Bars & Drag
 Show Bars & Drag none Majority of guests: completely mixed Trannies are most welcomeCalypso Cabaret - Theater
2194 Charoenkrung 72-76 Rd., Prayakrai
@ Asiatique The Riverfront (Warehouse no.3)
Thailand  BangkokShow Bars & Drag





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