First day in Bali - Gay Bali - Gay Guides
Hotels for Gay Travellers. Keep Reading. Bali stands strong in the face of this rising tide of hatred towards our LGBTQ community in Indonesia thanks to its unique Hindu heritage and the diverse international community across the island. Then you walk back down, stopping off for a soak in a natural hot spring to ease those weary muscles.
Bali Joe is daily open from 4 pm to 3 am for your fun night out with non-stop drag shows and stunning go-go boys. Looks like you two had fun. He's a complete foodie, always cooking spectacular meals for guests.
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- We feasted on scrumptious roast duck, crispy pork belly and char sieuw to start, then had an amazing grilled cuttlefish salad as we watched the sun setting. We highly recommend it.
- Negotiation is key and it may be best to ask your hotel for similar services to compare prices.
- If it is a few cents over your intended purchase price and the seller will not relent….. The Gay Passport.
- In the evening just wander down to some of the bars in Seminyak and you will meet numerous gay folk.
Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can choose from different massage, reflexology and beauty treatments or join in on a yoga class. Despite what's happening on the mainland, Bali continues to thrive, largely unaffected. Watch this Topic.