Gay Guide Malaysia

Saunas in Malaysia are generally decent. You won't expect any extra services from the employees, unlike in the saunas in Thailand. Not all Malaysians are into Westerners. Malaysians are gentle people and do not like to be forced. You will know that you are not their type when they either make their exit when you sit next to them or when they gently reject your advances. Due to police harassment, saunas are no longer able to carry condoms or display safer sex educational information. Please bring your own safety supplies with you and share them with those you meet.

Cities in Malaysia

Ipoh (Perak)Johor BahruKuala Lumpur

Name: Persekutan Tanah Malaysia · Malaysie · Malasia · Malesia
Location: Southeast Asia
Initials: MYS
International country code: 60 (omit 0 from area code)
International access code: 00
Language: Malay, English, Chinese, Tamil
Area: 329,733 km² / 127,320 sq mi.
Currency: 1 Malayan Ringgit (RM) = 100 Sen
Population: 29,240,000
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Religions: 61% Muslim, 19% Buddhist, 9% Christian, 6% Hindu
Climate: Tropical climate. Avoid the rainy season (Nov-Jan) on Malaysia's east coast if you want to enjoy the beaches.

Top Saunas

L'Oxydo

The gay sauna OXYDO opened in October 2015 in the middle of the city of Strasbourg. 4 words well describe this amazing place: Convivial, Original, Clean and Kinky... more

Kaiserbründl Herrensauna

Large and popular sauna in Vienna on 2000 m², beautiful and very exceptional interior. Built in 1889 in Moorish style; 4 floors, 2 bars, 1 restaurant, historical pool, Finnish sauna, theme infusions, saunarium, steam bath, wintergarden, massage, different special events, darkrooms, glory holes, video, cinema, cruising... more

Sunnyday

Enjoy the sauna in Basel and relax in a modern and clean location. The club has a Norway sauna, bio-sauna, large steam bath, daily foam party, surprise shower, Whirlpool, Ice fountain and much more... more