It seems like 2015 will have two Pride events. One is a Gay Pride with a grand parade and the other will be a Festival and fundraising event. We wish them both the best sucess and are looking forward to a 2015 with many events in Phuket.
Gay Pride Phuket has been advertised on www.gaypridephuket.com to start 23 February 2015 by the LGBT community in Phuket and Paradise Complex in Patong Beach. Not much is known. check in here for updates.
A different Phuket Pride week has been annonced by PLU (Phuket Loves You) club as festival in Patong 19-26 April 2015. Fundraising events for Life and Home Project, women and children living with HIV and Aids, and sexworkers in Paradise Complex. The objectives of LHP is here on Facebook. More information about the festival here.
Going to Phuket Pride 2014?
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After 13 Years with Connect Guesthouse we moved on with a new project. This is for Phuket a new concept. We call it Phuket Gay Home stay - Neramit Hill. It is a Gay Bed and breakfast in a 5 bed- room pool villa. More info on our website www.phuketgayhomestay.com and on Facebook www.facebook.com/PhuketGayHomestay (Don't forget to click like)
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Rooms available from 600 THB per night.
Bed and breakfast.
All rooms with free of charge WiFi and air-conditioning.
Weekly Gay Gathering on Saturdays in the form of a BBQ dinner buffet with swim
We are happy to annonce that we got two awards from Tripadvisor in 2014. Travellers choice AND Excellence award.
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Welcome to Phuket Gay Home stay - Neramit Hill
K. Ulf and K. Boy
Picture from Room A
Picture from room B
Night by the swimming pool
The largest island in Thailand – roughly
the size of Singapore –
is an international destination attracting visitors
from Asia, Australia, Europe and the United States.
With 17 sandy beaches, access to the amazing Pha Na
Bay with its dramatic rock formations, and numerous
smaller islands, PHUKET has vaulted to become one of
Conde Nast’s Magazines top ten tropical resort
destinations in the world.
And no wonder. From fantastic food, to world class
water sports (a top world snorkeling and scuba diving
destination), from fabulous shopping to a vibrant night
life, PHUKET has something to offer every traveler.
And your money goes a lot farther here than in other
places. (You can life the high life in PHUKET for weeks
for the same amount of money one week in Hawaii or the
Caribbean would cost you.) There are countless smaller
boutique hotels and guest houses – both stylish
and inexpensive – as well as the usual array of
the world’s top hotel chains.
The weather is tropical with plenty of sunshine. Don’t
bother bringing a lot of clothes with you – life
on the Island is casual. Though the High Season –
from late November to early April – when it is
cold in the northern hemisphere and the temperatures
range from the mid 80’s for highs to the mid 70’s
at night – attracts the most people, PHUKET is
now a year round destination. The attitude is laid-back
tropical fun. But whether you are an adventurer, sports
enthusiast, sightseer or world class shopper or night
time person - you will never be bored here. There is
simply too much to see and do. Or you can do absolutely
nothing at all.
While many travelers to PHUKET come here and simple
never leave, PHUKET’S INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT allows
visitors to explore not only the rest of Thailand –
from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, you can also easily connect
to Laos, Cambodia, Viet Nam, Malaysia or Myanmar. There
are active Gay scenes in Bangkok, Pattaya (an hour or
two south of Bangkok,) and Chiang Mai in the north.
If you want to explore the island, go native and rent
a motorbike for around five dollars a day.
And, like Amsterdam, Sitges, Fire Island and San Francisco,
PHUKET is one of the world’s most exciting Gay
playgrounds. Parasail, snorkel, play golf, ride an elephant,
canoe in hidden caves, sightsee, take a Thai cooking
school course, have a tailor make you a custom suit,
dance the night away or just spend lazy days on the
beach. PHUKET has it all – adventure, sun, nightlife,
shopping, great food and friendly people. They don’t
call Thailand The Land of Smiles for nothing. This may
just be one of the friendliest places on earth. If you
haven’t been to PHUKET you simply haven’t
seen what Gay life can be like.
The Gay lifestyle on PHUKET is centered in the tourist
hub of Patong Bay where there are dozens of Gay venues
– hotels, restaurants, nightclubs and shops. There
is always something going on in the Gay hub near the
Paradise Hotel, and any excuse for a party fits the
Thai lifestyle. From the Gay Festival in April to the
Vegetarian Festival in October – there are unique
holidays and celebrations all year long. Nobody anywhere
likes to have fun (“Sanuk in Thai – it’s
almost a religion).
The Gay traveler will feel right at home in PHUKET.
Legal in Thailand, gays here are welcomed and respected
and the prejudice found elsewhere in the world simply
doesn't exist. Katoys – transvestites –
have long been a part of Thai life – respected
and accepted by the general population. Whether you
come with your partner or a group of friends, or even
by yourself, you will find a wide variety of Thais who
will welcome you with open arms.
Meet new friends at local bars and clubs, or on the
beach, PHUKET has long been the antidote to loneliness
and boredom. There is an active ex-pat Gay community
here and lots of Thais, and it’s easy to make
friends and find companionship
99% Buddhist – Thailand is Southeast Asian in
culture, Western in lifestyle and a safe and nurturing
environment for all travelers of whatever age, sex,
religion, ethnicity, country of origin or sexual identification.
And don’t forget to bring your camera –
PHUKET is surrounded by natural beauty and spectacular
ocean vistas, sunrises and sunsets.
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New sauna in Phuket Town
Located in Phuket Town, opposite the Katina Hotel (former
ST Hotel) inside the Phuket Modern Life project, in
a 2 block 3 storeys’ building is the Tara
Everything is brand new and clean. Inside the compound
you will find locker rooms, showers, dry sauna, steam
sauna room, gym and bar and of course a cruising area. There is also an
outdoor café and a karaoke room.
Entrance fee is only 120 THB and open hours from 6PM
until midnight 7 days a week.
Owner Khun Noi welcome you.
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We continue the traditions from the Gay Day Tour started in 1998. This new event takes place just outside Patong. Round trip transport is provided by Backstage Bar in Paradise Complex. Food and drinks are provided. We have a B-B-Q dinner and an open bar. Start from Backstage Bar in Paradise Complex at 16:00 and you will be back before 23:00, just in time for a Paradise Complex Night. This
event will probably bring you the best memories from
your stay in Phuket in the same way as the Gay Day Tour with the difference you don't need to go by speed boat and you swim in a pool and the price is only 800 THB.
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