Kuala Lumpur Male Saunas

K-L-Sauna-Review

Contrary to what you might think, Kuala Lumpur is home to several well-established and reasonably well run male saunas. Here’s what you need to know.

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Mandi Manda Kuala Lumpur

Mandi Manda

31 Jalan 109E, Desa Business Park, Taman Desa (off Old Klang Road) | map

| website | +60 12 916 6899 |

Weekday opening times: 17:00 - 23:00

Weekend opening times: 15:00 - 23:00

Audience Rating: 4.0 stars from 41 votes - Click to vote

“Mandi beramai ramai sambil bersuka ria” means to rejoice while bathing together.  We like that sort of rejoicing.  The popular Mandi Manda sauna offers a wide range of contemporary-styled facilities spread out over 3 floors including a gym, dry sauna, steam room, maze, seated rain baths and relaxation cabins.

The onsite ‘Savva’ café provides the opportunity to take a break from the action to enjoy a drink or meal.

Features: cafe, steam room, sauna, maze, jacuzzi / hot pool, relaxing cabins, gym (咖啡馆, 蒸汽房, 桑拿, 迷宫, 温泉池, 放松舱, 健身房) | Updated: 06-12-2014

Latest user reviews:

  1. “This sauna is located near Mid Valley Megamall. Weekdays could be quite quiet at time. The only thing I don't like is - you have to walk up and down to hunt of guys. 3 floors up and 1 floor down. The staff could be quite...”

    MikEY on 07-06-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  2. “It is not a cool choice to come to this place. You could find guys in a stuffy sauna or damp dark room. Not a big place to cruise but a place to go when less crowd, seem always. Get in as a regular customer RM25 for 1. ...”

    lush on 07-05-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  3. “The private rooms have terrible doors and locks. Please fix it. The cruising place at the bottom is boring, guys walk in and out, not getting anything. Not enough rooms, and the dark room is gross and too large. Cannot s...”

    Pandabear on 05-26-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

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Kakiku Kuala Lumpur

Kakiku

2/F 109-2, Jalan Cerapu 1 | map

| +60 3 9282 5303 |

Weekday opening times: 16:00 - 24:00

Weekend opening times: 16:00 - 24:00

Audience Rating: 4.3 stars from 19 votes - Click to vote

Kakiku is Malaysian slang for ‘Our Mates’.  This popular and well-maintained exclusively male sauna, gym and massage spa offer foot massages and an extensive range of full body massages.

Facilities are spread out over two floors.  The main floor features changing rooms, a lounge, small gym, movie room, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and a foam shower area.  The basement area has a number of private relaxation cabins.

Friendly customers with a good mix of age groups.  The sauna is busiest on the weekends, especially when there is a special themed event.

Features: cafe, steam room, massage, sauna, maze, jacuzzi / hot pool, relaxing cabins, gym (咖啡馆, 蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 迷宫, 温泉池, 放松舱, 健身房) | Updated: 06-12-2014

Latest user reviews:

  1. “Big sized sauna, top level with lots of corners to explore, chill-out areas, nice Jacuzzi (great for exhibitionists because people can peer in, and see your assets when you get in and out). A little cinema with a decent ...”

    Bottem on 05-24-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  2. “The man at the reception, whom I believe is the owner was extremely rude. Forget it. My pink dollar is going elsewhere.”

    Jack on 03-26-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  3. “It is a nice place for you to relax your tired soul. Clean and cozy environment. Good facilities, a jacuzzi, steam and sauna room, good crowded with mixed ages. I like their special event on the weekends. It is surprisin...”

    Mel on 03-22-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

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Senses Massage KL

Senses

2/F, 27-2 & 3 Jalan Tun Sambanthan 4 | map

| +60 3 2260 6018 |

Weekday opening times: 11:00 - 23:00

Weekend opening times: 11:00 - 23:00

Audience Rating: 4.2 stars from 5 votes - Click to vote

Senses is a sauna/massage for men in KL Sentral, popular with the more mature crowd.  It features a special dimly-lit rain room (where the action takes place).  The wet areas can be slippery, so be careful.

Well-maintained facilities include dry sauna, steam room, shower rooms, TV lounge, dark room.  Massage services and internet stations available.

From Tun Sambantham Station Exit, turn left.  Walk pass the school on the left, cross an intersection, enter the staircase of the first shophouse on the left (no sign on the entrance).  The sauna is on the 2nd floor.

Features: internet access, steam room, massage, sauna, maze, dark room (互联网, 蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 迷宫, 暗室) | Updated: 06-12-2014

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Sentral Massage KL

Sentral Massage

1/F, 41-1 Jalan Thamby Pillai | map

| +60 3 2260 1018 |

Weekday opening times: 11:00 - 23:00

Weekend opening times: 11:00 - 23:00

Audience Rating: 3.0 stars from 2 votes - Click to vote

Small, a bit run-down but popular with the local bears, chubs and their fans.  Sentral Massage is divided into a sauna section and a massage section.  Features include a sauna, TV room, relaxing area.  Good massage by skilled blind masseurs.

Turn right at the second block when walking southward from Sentral KL Monorail Station.

Features: cafe, steam room, massage, sauna, maze, dark room (咖啡馆, 蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 迷宫, 暗室) | Updated: 06-12-2014

Latest user reviews:

  1. “I like Sentral Massage coz it is frequented mostly by dark skinned Indians & Malay guys whom I like very much. The dark room & steam room are usually very active. Lots of hot anonymous action to be had. Play sa...”

    Andy on 06-19-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

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Khun Bög Sauna Kuala Lumpur

Khun Bög Sauna

97-1, Jalan 3/93, Taman Miharja Cheras, 55 | map

| facebook | +60 3 9200 6133 |

Weekday opening times: 16:00 - 10:30

Weekend opening times: 14:00 - 10:30

Audience Rating: 3.9 stars from 10 votes - Click to vote

Khun Bög (‘Bög’ means PLU in Swedish) is a relatively new addition to the Kuala Lumpur sauna scene.  Facilities include a dry sauna, steam room, ‘raining room’ and other areas.  The sauna reception is on the 2nd floor along with the ever popular Khun Café.

A popular hangout for bears and their friends.

Features: steam room, massage, sauna, gym (蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 健身房) | Updated: 06-06-2014

Latest user reviews:

  1. “Not worth the trouble. Save your time.”

    Ken on 03-21-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  2. “Is this sauna still open? I hear from my friends many sauna is close currently. I hope to get some information on it.”

    K on 11-12-2013 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  3. “I went to Khun Bög few days ago. Great place actually, but I didn't like walking into the raining room that was too dark. Some light would have been better. Nice place otherwise, just not very busy.”

    Tan on 07-12-2013 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

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OOPS Sauna Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur

OOPS! Kuala Lumpur

27-1 Jalan Kampung Pandan | map

| website | +60 3 9281 5602 |

Weekday opening times: 14:00 - 23:00

Weekend opening times: 14:00 - 23:00

Audience Rating: 3.8 stars from 30 votes - Click to vote

2013 Audience Awards: 4 Star Winner

One of the latest additions to the fast-growing KL sauna scene.  A lot of effort and money has gone into the fabulously funky interior design and styling.

First-class facilities include a large ‘walk through’ steam room, dry sauna, a dark room and air-conditioned private relaxation cabins.  A fully-equipped gym has both free weights and cardio machines.

OOPS!’s professionally trained masseurs offer therapeutic and relaxing treatments.

As of May 2014, the website is not working.

Features: cafe, internet access, steam room, massage, sauna, jacuzzi / hot pool, relaxing cabins, gym (咖啡馆, 互联网, 蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 温泉池, 放松舱, 健身房) | Updated: 06-12-2014

Latest user reviews:

  1. “It's too quiet. There's no crowd. The location is also very quiet and none of the shops operate at night, except for one downstairs. On weekend it's RM30. A bit pricey, but the space does justify it.”

    DT on 02-09-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  2. “I heard that it is open for members only, not for outsiders. Is it true?”

    Amirudin on 10-10-2013 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  3. “Classy, clean, spacious, friendly, good music, good body therapy skills, free drinks. Nice place to hang out.”

    Albert on 12-22-2012 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

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OTOT2 Kuala Lumpur

OTOT2

7A, 2nd Floor, Jalan Ipoh Kechil (off Jalan Raja Laut) | map

| website | +60 3 4044 3369 |

Weekday opening times: 17:00 - 24:00

Weekend opening times: 13:00 - 24:00

Audience Rating: 4.4 stars from 105 votes - Click to vote

Exclusively male, two-storey gym and sauna, aptly named after the Malay word for ‘muscle’.  Ground floor facilities include a reasonably-sized gym with free weights, cardio machines, along with a yoga and aerobics studio.

OTOT2 has a cyber café with light refreshments.  Facilities on the second floor include a large jacuzzi, steam room, showers, lounge and other areas.  This is a members-only club, but anyone can pay a membership fee and join on their first visit.  Attracts a wide range of ages and both locals and visitors.

Aerobics classes are held on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 19:30 pm,  Body Sculpt (weight training timed to music) on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays at 19:30 pm, and “Yoga for body and mind”, conducted by a professional instructor on Sundays at 18:00 pm, and Tuesdays at 19:30 pm.

The nearest taxi landmark is the Grand Maria on Jalan Raja Laut.  From there, follow Jalan Ipoh Kecil and turn the last right.  OTOT2 is in the last building at the end of the lane.  Look for OTOT2 letterbox at a staircase next to a karaoke bar.  The Star PWTC LRT station, Chow Kit Monorail and KTM Putra commuter train stations are within walking distance.

Features: cafe, steam room, jacuzzi / hot pool, gym (咖啡馆, 蒸汽房, 温泉池, 健身房) | Updated: 06-06-2014

Latest user reviews:

  1. “Definitely the best sauna in KL. Few foreigners, many Malay and every time busy. Very hard to find this place, but you must try! Entrance first time membership 35rym. After 20rym Definitely come back next time. Service,...”

    Roman on 08-26-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  2. “Yesterday I came again. Wow so many muscle guys. I am lucky I got one Caucasian guys and absolutely enjoyed it. Anyway its more your value if you come on weekend, Happy hunting.... I love Otot-otot”

    Zek on 08-18-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  3. “It has been a decent & clean place for all guys who prefer to relax during the week days & weekend which is cruising. Well thats a good news for guys for relaxation. Overall it's full of fun. Guys ! Have fun...”

    Yudesh on 08-16-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

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Chakran Kuala Lumpur

Chakran Kuala Lumpur

1st floor, 22 Jalan Padang Belia, Brickfields | map

| facebook | +60 12 345 7178 |

Weekday opening times: 14:00 - 23:00

Weekend opening times: 14:00 - 23:00

Audience Rating: 3.0 stars from 12 votes - Click to vote

Relatively small sauna that features a steam room, sauna, jacuzzi and rooftop terrace.  Massage services also available.  Attracts a mostly local crowd.

Features: steam room, massage, sauna, sun terrace, relaxing cabins (蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 阳台, 放松舱) | Updated: 06-06-2014

Latest user reviews:

  1. “The place is quite ok. Massage was fantastic. No hanky panky. The action is in the steam room. Had a great time there. Really enjoyed and relaxed myself.”

    Jet on 03-21-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  2. “Most terrible place I've ever seen...”

    Joel on 12-11-2013 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

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Day Thermos Sauna Kuala Lumpur

Day Thermos

40-6 Jalan Sultan Ismail | map

| +60 3 2144 9648 |

Weekday opening times: 14:00 - 23:00

Weekend opening times: 14:00 - 23:00

Audience Rating: 3.0 stars from 36 votes - Click to vote

A relatively small sauna in central Kuala Lumpur, located immediately behind the Grand Millennium Hotel.

Day Thermos has a dry sauna, steam room, gym, lounge serving soft drinks and other facilities.  Free WiFi and professional massage service also offered.  Attracts mix of locals and tourists. Recently refurbished and reopened. See recent reviews.

Features: cafe, internet access, steam room, massage, sauna, gym, free wi-fi (咖啡馆, 互联网, 蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 健身房, 免费无线上网) | Updated: 08-23-2014

Latest user reviews:

  1. “This place need to be closed because bad management and bad attitude service.”

    Lancau on 09-02-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  2. “The place has been reopen with some renovation. The dark room has been replaced with functional gym equipment. Entrance has increased to 35 bucks instead of previously 30 bucks. Massage service available with additional ...”

    Harry on 08-23-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

  3. “Today I have to go there and luckily I see the staff. Staff say it will reopen on 4 July 2014. Hopefully it can reopen on time and we will see some new facilities.”

    Tan on 06-30-2014 This review is the subjective opinion of a Travel Gay Asia user, not of Travel Gay Asia. Problem with this review?

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