OOPS, Kuala Lumpur - male sauna & gym in Kuala Lumpur - Travel Gay Asia

OOPS! Kuala Lumpur

27-1 Jalan Kampung Pandan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
OOPS! Kuala Lumpur
audience rating: OOPS! Kuala Lumpur, 3.8 out of 5 based on 114 ratings click to vote:
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Men-only sauna & gym with funky interior design and styling. Facilities at OOPS! include a large ‘walk through’ steam room, dry sauna and air-conditioned private cabins.

The fully equipped gym has both free weights and cardio machines. OOPS’s professionally trained masseurs offer therapeutic and relaxing massage services.

weekday: 14:00 - 23:00

weekend: 14:00 - 23:00

venue: sauna (桑拿) | features: cafe, internet access, steam room, massage, sauna, jacuzzi / hot pool, relaxing cabins, gym, free wi-fi (咖啡馆, 互联网, 蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 温泉池, 放松舱, 健身房, 免费无线上网) | attracts: All types



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based on 18 reviews
  1. Is it Good to just Hang Out Passing Time??

    “Have about 10-12 Hr transit in KL, thinking about find some gay place to hang around. Will this sauna be good to do so? Just love to use Sauna/Steam/Jacuzzi, maybe a massage. Not really looking for fun in there, maybe a bit of of light fun or observations?

    Or is there anywhere else I should go?“

      on 21-01-2019 | Reply Problem with this review?

  2. A quiet establishment

    “Date of Visit: 2018, December 9 (Sunday), 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m..
    Entrance Charge: RM35.00 (weekdays and weekends, for the facilities only)
    Massage Services: Available. Please enquire at the reception.

    This establishment is divided into two levels. The first level consists of the reception, (from right to left), the lockers area, the lounge with a beverage counter, a row of computers with internet access and the AV area. The second level houses the gym, sauna room, steam room, jacuzzi pool, shower room, a very dark room and private rooms. There is also a lounge area with high chairs where I believe smokers can convene.

    In terms of cleanliness, I would rate it as good (maybe because there were so few patrons). There are bins for the towels, the toilets and shower room are clean. I did not encounter any odour in the sauna and steam rooms. However, I do not know how often the private rooms and the dark room are cleaned.

    In terms of facilities, the only non-functioning item is the jacuzzi. It is quite large and able to fit about 8 persons. The gym is equipped with basic machines and free weights but not as extensive as a commercial gym. In my opinion, it is good enough to get a good workout. The heat in the sauna and steam rooms are mediocre (depending on the individual), and you need to stay a while in order to work out a good sweat. The sauna and steam rooms are well lit. Shower and toilets are good. The dark room is very dark. Therefore, quite suitable for an anonymous grope and fondle, otherwise private rooms would be more appropriate as lighting is available. The internet can be accessed from the machines running on Windows XP operating system. The AV area is furnished with 4 to 5 comfortable lazy/lounge chairs facing a flat screen television. On my visit, they were screening retro Chinese movies. If you need water, there is a water cooler on the second level. Drinks from the beverage counter are chargeable. I do not know whether food of any kind are sold but do ask the reception. Like all male-only saunas in Kuala Lumpur, condoms and lube are not provided - B.Y.O.

    On my visit, I observed that the establishment was manned by only 3 or 4 persons. The reception was managed by an elderly local Chinese man. He doesn't have a sunny disposition but he was not rude. Since this is my first visit, he did emphasise to me that this is a “male only” establishment. The other general male workers were careful and mindful of the customers while attending to their duties.

    On my visit, I observed that the number of patrons hardly exceed the count of 20 at any one time. The Chinese are the major patrons. The average age of patrons were below 50 years old.

    I explore around for a while(my first visit) and rested in the AV area after that. Then, I had a good shower and spent a while in sauna to work out a good sweat. Cool down and showered again. I had light fun with two patrons on two separate occasions. Will I visit again? Maybe, in a long while and when the mood strikes.“

      on 18-12-2018 | Reply Problem with this review?

  3. Great

    “This sauna is clean and the crowd is not so crowded but quite ok.
    Area is not too big but still fine“


      on 22-08-2018 | Reply Problem with this review?

  4. Older with tummy crowd, high risk patrons!

    “Was looking for a place to relax and nice fun. Didn't get both. Facilities are dated and not functioning, while the crowd are totally not my type (older, tummy). It seems to me like everybody is doing non-protected here. Be careful, guys.“

      on 24-06-2018 | Reply Problem with this review?

  5. Bad Experience

    “Visiting this place on May 19th afternoon to use the facilities. They charge MYR70 for massage/facilities. The cashier did not tell us the jacuzzi was not working, which we want to use after the massage. We were very disappointed after we found out. They should have informed us ahead or given us a discount, instead they charged the full amount. We personally feel cheated definitely won't go there again“

      on 20-05-2018 | Reply Problem with this review?

  6. Regret coming here

    “I wanted to try this place since I never been here .. This would be my first and last time.. Sauna entrance fee is Rm35 which is wayyy too expensive .. And no equipment were in working condition in gym except for the barbell.. No jacuzzi .. It was dead boring tho the music was good .. I should stick to my usual place Chakran and Otot Otot.“

      on 21-01-2018 | Reply Problem with this review?

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