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Pink Dot Singapore
Singapore goes fifty shades of pink during the Pink Dot festival, when thousands of people gathered for the Pink Dot parade in Hong Lim Park to celebrate being gay.
An unprecedented number of partygoers of all ages come out to support the event; part of global Gay Pride month in June, which celebrates liberation of all sexual orientation.
Around 26,000 revellers fill the park – the only place where public assemblies can take place without a permit.
Pink Dot Sg is a non-profit movement in Singapore which support LGBT community.
The annual Pink Dot event is the closest thing the country has to a gay pride parad
While sex between consenting gay adults is still illegal, the law is not enforced, however the gay community still faces challenges and Pink Dot events and activities aims to remind people in the city state of gay rights. Over the past 5 years Singapore has up its game and gone from a a boring stop over city to one of the hippest cities in the region. Chinatown hosts a great range of LGBT bars, clubs and saunas, from fancy cocktails in Dorothy’s to dark mazes in ShoGun.
Here are the Hotels we recommend that keep you close to all the action,
Gay Map of Singapore
Singapore hosts a great range of LGBT bars, clubs and saunas, from fancy cocktails to dark mazes. Historic Chinatown has become the heart of gay Singapore. Most of the gay nightlife takes place on Neil Road. The neighborhood mixes old and new and side by side are traditional shops and trendy cafes.
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Recommended Hotels in Singapore
We have selected some of the best hotels in the heart of Chinatown in Singapore, close the gay bars and clubs.