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Best Gay Sauna In KL 2024

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Best Gay Sauna In KL 

Malaysia is a Muslim country, but that doesn't mean we can't find gay saunas for relaxation and socializing. However, it's important to note that in Kuala Lumpur, all saunas do not provide lube, condoms, and similar items, so it's crucial to bring your supplies. Additionally, when taking a taxi or Grab to a sauna, simply use a nearby location as your destination to easily reach your desired location.

Glass-walled building with a hot tub inside, the Jacuzzi of Kakiku gay Sauna in Kuala Lumpur

Kakiku Sauna

average rating is 4 out of 5

Kaikiku is a two-story gay sauna located in Kuala Lumpur. The first floor features a reception area, lockers, shower rooms, a lounge, a screening room, a hot water pool, and a smaller cruising area. The second floor consists of a dark maze area. The basement is only open after 7 PM on weekends and holidays. This sauna attracts middle-aged Chinese individuals, with a larger presence of bears and otters, but also sees a significant number of young people on weekends. Saunas in Kuala Lumpur generally tend to close relatively early, with peak hours usually around 5 to 7 PM. Kaikiku is known for its more open and inclusive atmosphere, where anyone can join at any time, especially in the basement area during weekends. a great option for who like to play with horny wild guys in small group.

  • Admission fee: 25 MYR 

  • Operating Hours: Tuesday-Wednesday closed Thursday-Monday 15:00–22:00

  • How To Get There: Search "kakiku guy sauna" on the map, take the subway to Maluri Station Exit D and walk approximately 800 meters. Taxis can be directed to Restoran 9888 (Fa Ji Seafood Restaurant), and Kakiku Sauna is located next to it.

  • Address: 2F 109-2 Jalan Cerapu 1, Kuala Lumpur

  • Telephone: +60-03-9282 5303

A spacious bathtub in a room featuring a bench. Located in the Jacuzzi of the gay sauna Opps!

Oops Sauna

average rating is 3.5 out of 5

OOPS! Sauna is one of the best gay sauna in KL, which is located near the Bukit Bintang area. This two-story gay sauna primarily caters to mixed-race Chinese customers and tends to have a younger and more fit clientele compared to Kakiku. The sauna offers a pleasant environment with fitness facilities, an oven, a steam room, and two rows of private cabins. It is considered one of the most well-equipped gay saunas in Kuala Lumpur. The only minor drawback is that it tends to have average footfall on weekdays, with peak hours typically around 7 PM on weekends.

  • Admission fee: 38 MYR

  • Operating Hours: 14:00- 23:00

  • How To Get There: Take the subway to Tun Razak Exchange Station, Exit B, and walk approximately 1.5 kilometers. Please note that the walking area may be a bit deserted with few pedestrians, so it is recommended to take a taxi directly to the sauna.

  • Address: No. 27-1, Jalan Kampung Pandan, Wilayah Persekutuan, Kampung Pandan, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

  • Telephone: +60-012-463 0002

  • Website:

 A sign on the wall at the entrance of the gay sauna OTOT in KL reads "toto".

Otot Otot

average rating is 4 out of 5

OTOT2 Sauna is a highly popular and kind of the best gay sauna in KL. They offer a gym, bathing area, dark rooms, and a massage pool. They also provide complimentary coffee, milk tea, and biscuits starting from 9 PM. This sauna is well-loved by locals, young Europeans, Indians, and Indonesians, with particularly high footfall during weekends. There are also many well-built visitors, but generally, people here are selective.  Sauna activities in Kuala Lumpur typically end relatively early, so it is recommended to visit around 6 PM. Since there are no private cabins, many people choose to use the restroom, which is why the toilets here are clean and spacious.

  • Admission fee: 40 MYR (Member card: 35 MYR on weekends, 30 MYR on non-weekends), Membership card: 10 MYR

  • Operating Hours: Weekdays 17:00-23:00 Weekends 15:00-23:00

  • How To Get There: Take the KL Monorail Line to Chow Kit Station and walk approximately 600 meters following the navigation. Alternatively, you can take a taxi to Sani Hotel, and OTOT2 is located just 100 meters away.

  • Address: 7A, 2F, Jalan Ipoh Kechil, Kuala Lumpur

  • Telephone: +60 03-4044 3369

  • Website:

The entrance of Chakran Sauna in KL is decorated with a lively orange color.

Chakran KL

average rating is 3 out of 5

Chakran KL is a smaller gay sauna exclusively for the gays community, located within walking distance of KL Sentral station. This sauna offers various facilities, including massage services, a dry sauna, a steam room, and a beautiful rooftop terrace with a garden. Upon arrival, guests are treated to complimentary tea, coffee, and snacks. The rooftop area is open and features a massage pool, providing additional relaxation space for guests. Due to its proximity to a significant Indian community, this venue attracts a considerable number of Indian customers. Additionally, guests have the option to pay for massage services.

  • Admission fee: 30 MYR

  • Operating Hours: 09:00- 21:00

  • How To Get There: It is approximately a 10-minute walk from KL Sentral station.

  • Address: 1st Floor, No. 22, Jalan Padang Belia, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

  • Telephone: +60-011-1143 2969

Entrance to gay sauna 52 Forest Sauna, featuring a door labeled "open" and a plant positioned in front.

52 Forest Sauna

average rating is 3 out of 5

52 Forest is a four-story building with a garden that offers sauna and massage facilities. It features a steam room, dry sauna, small fitness gym, open shower area, private cabins, and a rooftop smoking area. This gay sauna in Kuala Lumpur has average cleanliness standards and primarily attracts middle-aged Indian and local Malay clientele. It has moderate popularity on regular days and gets busier on weekends. The massage services provided here are average, and most of the massage therapists are also middle-aged.

  • Admission fee: 35 MYR

  • Operating Hours: 13:30- 21:30

  • How To Get There: Search "52 Forest Sauna&massage" on the map, take the LRT to Titiwangsa Station, and walk approximately 600 meters.

  • Address: 52, Persiaran 65c, Pekeliling, 53000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

  • Telephone: +60 12-463 0002

 A sign reading "Thermos" stands in front of a building.

Day Thermos

average rating is 3.5 out of 5

Day Thermos Sauna is a three-story gay sauna located in the Bukit Bintang area of Kuala Lumpur, directly opposite the famous gay bar BLUE BOY and facing the Concorde Hotel. It is recommended to visit on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays to experience a livelier atmosphere. The sauna offers facilities such as private and public shower rooms, dry and wet saunas, hydro massage pools, private cabins, and massage rooms. It attracts visitors from different nationalities, with more people attending on weekends, including tourists and white-collar workers.

  • Admission fee: 35 MYR

  • Operating Hours: 14:00- 23:00

  • How To Get There: Search "Day Thermos Gym & sauna" on the map. Take the KL Monorail to Bukit Bintang station and look for the Grand Millennium Hotel. Enter the small alley next to the hotel, and you will see Day Thermos.

  • Address: 40-6A Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, 50250, Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

  • Telephone: +60-03-2110 3253

  • Website:

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