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Best of Gay Sauna, Cruising Spots, Bar & Club in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Gay Cruising Scene

Hong Kong Gay Sauna

In the gay saunas of Hong Kong, you will come across many attractive men with well-toned bodies. However, it's worth noting that many locals in Hong Kong can be quite selective and somewhat arrogant. They may not even allow simple touches or gestures and could reject or push you away. Therefore, if you face rejection, it's important to stay calm and polite. Nevertheless, you will also encounter many easygoing individuals, as Hong Kong people, in general, tend to be more reserved and polite. If you wish to engage in conversations with residents, it would be beneficial to start with English.

the shop sign of HuTong Club the Hong Kong gay sauna with a large chinese word 胡同

HuTong Sauna

average rating is 4 out of 5

The best gay sauna in Hong Kong, The HuTong Sauna, located near Mong Kok, is a discreet entrance that requires ringing a doorbell for entry. It ranks highly in terms of cleanliness and strictly prohibits smoking.

The HuTong Sauna offers comprehensive facilities, including a soothing massage pool for relaxation. Its layout is unique, featuring dark private rooms, well-lit communal resting areas, and some themed rooms with enchanting lighting effects. One room even has a mirrored ceiling and dim purple lights, creating a captivating ambiance that attracts onlookers.

In the past, HuTong Sauna was known for having a high proportion of young and fit clientele. Most local Hong Kong residents also paid considerable attention to their physique, with well-toned muscles and healthy skin tones. However, in recent years, the proportion of local Hong Kong residents has significantly decreased, while there has been an increase in visitors from mainland China. Especially during weekends, the saunas can become quite crowded, primarily with mainland Chinese tourists.

  • Address: 3F, Kar Wong Building, 639-645 Shanghai St, Mong Kok

  • Phone: +85223969595

There is the Hong Kong gay sauna Cloakroom entrance with a large rainbow lightbox

Newly Opened 


average rating is 3 out of 5

This sauna is quite small, probably only about a quarter of  HuTong Sauna, but it is arranged in a compact and orderly manner. Upon entering, there is a small bar counter where you can buy tickets and receive a towel key. Behind a cloth curtain is the changing room, which is not very large and also has a resting area and a water dispenser inside. Another cloth curtain leads to the shower area, which has a total of four or five positions, a dry steam room, and two toilets. They are all quite compact. This shop opened in January 2023 from 2:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Going after 5:00 PM on regular days is recommended, as it coincides with the peak time when office workers come. Thursdays are dedicated to younger guys, and you may be asked to show your birthdate upon entry. You won't be allowed in if you are above the age limit. The guys here have a more youthful vibe compared to the fitness elites of the HuTong Club, and the most notable difference is that people here are not pretentious.

  • Address: Tsim Sha Tsui, Observatory Rd, 14-16 Observatory Road

  • Phone: +85292914330

there is the Hong Kong gay sauna Entrance area of Big Top: a hallway with a red door and a sign saying "Big Top"

Big Top

average rating is 3 out of 5

Big Top is located about 300 meters away from the Hu Tong Sauna, in the same building as GG Leisure, Cornwall Court. As its name suggests, Big Top is known for its unique features. Here are the highlights:

Free entry on Fridays for Big Eagle Day, with specific requirements.
Free entry for GYM GUYS/muscular and six-pack abs on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, and discounted entry on other days for HKD 40.
Age 21 Party held on the last day of each month from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, with free entry for those aged 21 but under 22.
Travel Tips: Search for "Big Top" on the map, and it's approximately a 300-meter walk from Exit A1 or C1 of Mong Kok MTR Station.

This place is similar to the Hutong sauna in terms of focusing on physiques, but it has relatively less popularity and a smaller maze. The most happening day is Friday, known as "Big Eagle Day."

  • Address: 2/Flor, Cornwall Court, 687-689 Nathan Road, Mongkok,Kowloon, HK

  • (MTR Mong Kok Station Exit A1 or C1 with 1 min walk)
  • (Gate: 5630)
 A brick wall backdrop with a plant placed in front of GG Leisure's entrance area, the Hong Kong Gay sauna

GG Leisure

average rating is 3 out of 5

GG Leisure is open 24/7, making it a convenient choice for layover travelers. They offer tanning beds at HKD 80 for 8 minutes. If you include admission, it's HKD 140 in total.

For tourists, GG Leisure has a special promotion: present your passport and pay only HKD 100 per day.

Their facilities include a clean shower room with hidden cruising nooks, a playroom for adventurous encounters, and small cabins for intimate experiences.

  • Address: M/F, 687-689 Nathan Rd, Mong Kok

  • Phone: +85255474527

The entrance area of My Way Hong Kong Gay Sauna features a sign with the business name in Chinese

My Way Sauna

average rating is 3.5 out of 5

My Way Sauna in Hong Kong is one of the best gay sauna in Hong Kong, there among a young Asian clientele, often referred to as "twinks." The main clientele here is also the local young population, with occasional visitors from tourists. However, the proportion of visitors from mainland China is not significant.This sauna is renowned for its Sunday "no towel" event, providing an adventurous and liberating atmosphere where participants can choose not to use towels. It's a unique experience that adds to the sauna's appeal.

  • Address: Wan Chai, Kuo Wah Building 340 Hennessy Road 4th Floor

  • Phone: +85225749098

Soda Sauna building with stairs and a bicycle parked nearby

Soda Sauna

average rating is 3 out of 5

This popular sauna is located near Causeway Bay MTR station. It features a dark, maze-like room for intimate encounters, private cabins with beds, themed rooms, and a small sauna oven. The rest area offers complimentary drinks, phone charging, and the option to purchase instant noodles. Peak hours are weekday evenings and weekends. Check their Facebook page for events. The entrance may be locked after 8 p.m., but you can use the doorbell for assistance. The upstairs door unlock code is "1417"

  • Address: Causeway Bay, Hennessy Rd, No 417, Overseas Building, 1/F

  • Phone: +85228937027

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Best Gay Bars & Club In Hong Kong

When it comes to the best gay bars in Hong Kong, you won't be disappointed. The city is home to a vibrant gay bar scene, featuring beloved establishments like Zoo Bar, FLM, and Boo Bar. These bars offer an array of experiences, catering to gay individuals and their allies. From trendy crowds and signature cocktails to unforgettable drag performances and entertaining karaoke nights, there's something for everyone. Whether you're in the mood for a lively dance floor or a laid-back atmosphere to enjoy a drink, Hong Kong's gay bars have you covered. Get ready to immerse yourself in the city's thriving gay nightlife.

A lively party at the Vibranium Hong Kong gay club with a crowd of people, illuminated by vibrant green and purple lights.
average rating is 4.5 out of 5

Vibranium is one of the best Hong Kong's liveliest gay nightlife venues, located in Causeway Bay. It is a must-visit destination for young local gay individuals on weekends. Vibranium Hong Kong offers amazing facilities and regularly hosts themed parties to provide guests with even more surprises and fun. Whether it's a "Scrub Party," "Tank Top Party," or "Office Party," each themed event creates a unique atmosphere and style. You can dress up in relevant theme costumes, showcase your fashion taste, and enjoy discounts for the night alongside other partygoers. The venue is conveniently located, and whether you're a local or a tourist, you're welcome to visit.

  • Transportation: Approximately minutes' walk from Times Square.

  • Operating Hours: Sunday to Thursday 19:00 - 02:00, Friday to Saturday 20:00 - 04:00.

  • Address: 5/F, 15 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

  • Phone: +852 7071 4048.

  • Website:

The Hong Kong Gay Bar FLM's bar counter features reflective balls, adding a unique touch to the neon-lit bar where people are sitting


average rating is 3.5 out of 5

FLM is a lively nightlife spot located on Jervois Street in Sheung Wan, just a short distance from Zoo. It is considered Hong Kong's top destination for gay nightlife with popular events like RuPaul's Drag Race parties, fantastic happy hours, and captivating drag performances that draw in locals and visitors alike. This vibrant venue provides a bar, live music, dancing, and a diverse music selection. At FLM, the focus is on food, liquor, and music, making it the perfect spot to have fun and enjoy the night!

  • Address: 62 Jervois St, Sheung Wan

The Hong Kong Gay bar Bing Bing the logo has the 兵兵 Chinese words in fluorescent color
average rating is 3.5 out of 5

Hey! Heard of Bing Bing HK? It's another popular gay bar in Hong Kong. Chill vibes, city views, and meaningful conversations are what you can expect here. Though drinks are pricey, happy hour discounts make them more affordable. From themed parties to fun promotions, there's always something going on. So, if you're looking for a sophisticated place to unwind and have a good time, Bing Bing HK is it!

  • Address: F15, HK Hong Kong Island 22, Oliv, 15 Sharp St E

  • Phone: +8527071 4048

The Hong Kong Gay Bar Zoo Bar has a large reflection ball decoration
average rating is 3.5 out of 5

Zoo bar is a must-visit gay bar and dance club in Sheung Wan District, Hong Kong. It's known for its lively atmosphere and trendy crowd. Weekends draw large crowds that spill onto the pavement, while weekdays offer a more relaxed experience. Enjoy top 40 pop dance music and their signature Zoo special cocktails during their daily Happy Hours. With mixed drinks starting at $65 HKD ($8 USD) and beer from $55 HKD ($7 USD), Zoo Bar guarantees a fun-filled night in the heart of Hong Kong's gayborhood.

  • Address: G/F, 33 - 35 Jervois St, Sheung Wan

  • Phone: +8523583 1200

the Hong Kong Gay Club Petticoat Lane drag performers stand in a bar in lingerie, entertaining the crowd
The Hong Kong Gay Bar The Boo light decoration at Boo bar displays a cat and mouse

Petticoat Lane

average rating is 3.5 out of 5

Petticoat Lane has relocated from its previous hidden spot on Wyndham Street to a new location right in the heart of Hong Kong's renowned nightlife area, Lan Kwai Fong. It has become a must-visit gay bar in Hong Kong. The bar is well-known for its lively drag performances, showcasing some of the city's most fabulous queens. It stands out not only as an inclusive space but also as a fantastic party destination for those who love late-night revelry.

  • Address: 8F, California Tower, 30-32 D'Aguilar Street,Central

  • Phone: +8522808 2738

Boo Bar

average rating is 3 out of 5

Boo Bar is a lively spot known for its bear-friendly environment and karaoke nights. The festive vibe, complete with overhanging branches, flowers, and a disco ball, sets the stage for a great time. Whether you want a relaxed drink or to sing your heart out, Boo Bar's state-of-the-art sound system and welcoming staff ensure a memorable experience. Don't miss the DJ dance party on the last Saturday of each month!

  • Address: Yau Ma Tei, Nathan Rd, No 225, 5/F, Pearl Oriental Tower

  • Phone: +8522736 6168

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Gay Cruising Spots In Hong Kong

Gay cruising in Hong Kong refers to places where gay men meet for casual encounters. While public restrooms were once popular spots, the concept has expanded to include locations like swimming pools, beaches, and fitness centers. Kowloon Park Swimming Pool, Middle Bay Beach, and Lower Cheung Sha Beach are well-known cruising spots. However, there are also hidden locations that have gained popularity among the gay community.

A long hallway with multiple doors and sinks in the shower room at Pure Fitness. the most popular gay cruising spot in Hong Kong.

Pure Fitness

average rating is 4.5 out of 5

If we're talking about the most popular gay cruising spot in Hong Kong today, Pure Fitness would be one of them. While it's not surprising to encounter fishing activities in a gym, it used to be limited to certain centers. However, now you can find it happening in almost every Pure Fitness center. The most popular ones include Mong Kok, Causeway Bay, K11, and ICBC. It can be said that some individuals even consider these places as their regular cruising grounds.

  • Locations: Restrooms, steam rooms

  • Address: PURE FITNESS

the pavilion of Lok Fu Service Reservoir Garden.

Lok Fu Service Reservoir Garden

average rating is 3 out of 5

Similar to Red Light Mountain, there is another popular spot for outdoor sexual encounters, known as the gay cruising hot spot. Due to the proximity of Red Light Mountain to residential areas, many outdoor enthusiasts have relocated and shifted their activities to this large, dark grassy area having their wild group sex. However, similarly, the crowd has diminished after the passing of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Location: Large grassy area or pavilion

  • Address: From Lok Fu Station Exit A, walk to the intersection of Fu On Street - cross the road opposite the library, and the spot is on the road next to the sports field uphill.

Changing room at Tai Wan Shan Swimming Pool. Rows of lockers, benches, and mirrors. the popular gay cruising spot in Hong Kong

Tai Wan Shan Swimming Pool

average rating is 3.5 out of 5

Gay men have historically frequented swimming pools as popular cruising spots, with Kowloon Park Swimming Pool being a well-known option. However, beyond Kowloon Park, the swimming pool located at Tai Wan Shan is another highly popular spot within the Hong Kong community. It is possible to encounter other gay men there during both weekdays and weekends, but luck may also play a role.

  • Location: Changing room showers

  • Address: 7 Hoi Ha Street, Hung Hom, Hong Kong.

the entrance of Kennedy Town Swimming Pool.

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool 

average rating is 4 out of 5

There is a popular swimming pool for gay cruising in the Western District of Hong Kong Island, in addition to the well-known Morrison Hill Swimming Pool in Causeway Bay, Kowloon Park. This newly established pool has become a cruising hotspot within the community in HK. Although there are many young and fit individuals here, the number of participants may not be as high as in Kowloon Park. To truly engage in activities, it depends on one's attractiveness and luck.


  • Location: Changing room showers

  • Address: 2 Sai Yeung Choi Street North, Shek Tong Tsui, Hong Kong Island.

Landscape of Red Light Hill featuring lush greenery and bright red flowers in full bloom

Red Light Hill

average rating is 3 out of 5

In recent years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many members in Hong Kong have started to explore outdoor activities. Red Light Hill became a popular destination during that time for outdoor fun. However, as the pandemic situation improved, the popularity of outdoor encounters at Red Light Hill has waned. Nevertheless, some enthusiasts of outdoor encounters and nudity still share their experiences and content on platforms like Twitter.

  • Address: Start from Ho Man Tin Station Exit A2, turn right, and continue straight, then turn into the small road on the right and follow the one-way road ahead.

Signage on the vending machine in a shopping mall near the entrance of the Kowloon Park swimming pool.The Hottest gay cruising spot in Hong Kong.

Kowloon Park Swimming Pool 

average rating is 4 out of 5

This gay cruising hotspot has gained a long-standing reputation within the Hong Kong community. Despite the changing times, there are still many fishing enthusiasts who frequent this location. Typically, they enjoy exposing themselves in the open shower area, using their cock to entice others to engage in sexual encounters.

  • Location: Lower-level shower rooms

  • Address: Kowloon Park, 22 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Featured Gay Spa In Hong Kong

A cozy bedroom with a comfortable bed and a window overlooking the surroundings. Located in the massage room of Dream Spa. the gay spa in hong kong.

Dream Spa

If you're looking for a more luxurious and indulgent massage experience, they also provide couples massages, allowing you to relax and enjoy the session with your partner or friend.

Massage room at AK Spa HK, featuring a bed and curtains, offering a relaxing ambiance for men's massage in Hong Kong.


Male massage AK Spa HK, which opened in 2023, is located in Causeway Bay Hong Kong, and offers a range of professional massage services.

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