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Personal tour guide service by a gay friendly host who is more than happy to take you away from the tourist traps to discover the city as it really is.
Their guide looks after your safety and welfare at all times, with cheerful personality, caring attitude and good knowledge of English. Please note that is strictly a non-sexual service.
Service is available in Amsterdam, Bali, Bangkok, Buenos Aires, Chiang Mai, Colombo, Davao City, Dhaka, Dubai, Dushanbe, Galle, Hanoi, Havana, Ho Chi Minh, Johannesburg, Kathmandu, Kerala, Kuala Lumpur, Istanbul, Los Angeles, Luxor, Lviv, Negombo, Panama City, Pattaya, Phnom Penh, Rotterdam, Rio de Janeiro, San Diego, Singapore, Thimphu and Zagreb.
Gay bar crawl service in Seminyak area. A local guide will introduce you and other like-minded guys to the best gay nightlife Bali has to offer.
The tour starts at a beachfront bar where a couple of free drinks are served. Once you’ve become acquainted with the other guests, then it’s time to hit the clubs which feature go-go dancers and drag queen shows.
The Pub Crawl starts at 9pm and lasts for approximately 6 hours. Welcome drinks and English-speaking Balinese guide provided. Reservations can be made online.
Jalan Dayung 25,SemawangSanur, Denpasar, Bali | map
audience rating 4 stars from 8 votes - click to voteadd a review & photos
Bali has interesting and beautiful dive sites that include the wreck of a US ‘Liberty’ ship, the canyons of Gili Tepekong and the nearby Nusa Penida island where it is possible to catch a photo of the famous Mola Mola sunfish.
Gay divers (and those wishing to learn to dive) can experience these remarkable sites in the company of Dive The Rainbow – Bali’s gay dive specialist.
Dive The Rainbow offers a range of courses that include a 3- or 4-day PADI Open Water Diver, an Advanced Open Water course through to a 3-week Dive Master course.
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popular tourist area with 5 km of beach, south of Seminyak
near Seminyak beach
popular area with gay travellers, near the gay nightlife and beach
near the gay nightlife
close to Bali Joe's and other gay bars on Jalan Camplung
renowned for its luxury resorts and white sandy beaches
scenic highland area, famous for temples, forests and rice paddies
on the beachfront of Samaya Seminyak Villas, Bali
weekday 07:30 - 19:00 weekend 07:30 - 19:00
Gay-friendly personal fitness trainer Aldhy will create a suitable program for you to get started or continue on a fitness program. His ‘Back to Basics’ motto allows you to work out in a natural setting while using your own body weight as much as possible.
Visit his Bali Core Fitness to find out more about services on offer, personal and group sessions. You may want to join the morning group classes on the beach to challenge yourself to a great start of the day in Bali.
Sessions on the beach, 50 metres from Pura Petitenget, in front of The Samaya Seminyak Villas.
Jalan Kalianget 3,Kuta, Bali
weekday 09:00 - 14:00; 17:00 - 21:00 weekend Sat 10:00 - 14:00
The first of its kind in Indonesia. Bali Medika is a modern clinic with caring staff, providing general practice consultations, on-call medical services, reproductive health services and sexual health care for the LGBT community.
The clinic is located in central Kuta area.
Local non-profit gay organisation that raise awareness and funding for HIV/AIDS in Bali.
Bali Rainbow Community recognises the importance of their LGBT community, their need for improved education about HIV/AIDS, outreach support as well as assistance for infected patients.
They work closely with Gayadewata, Bali Medika (for free anonymous testing) and Bali Peduli to educate people about HIV.