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Ei8ht Bar is Siem Reap’s newest gay bar. It’s small, but the staff are friendly. It has a small regular clientèle and there are some locals who frequent there too. It’s not far from the City Centre and jas very affordable drinks.
Siem Reap’s first gay owned bar. It attracts a young and friendly crowd. There are also some locals who look to make friends with you. The staff are very welcoming. They make great cocktails and can provide food from the restaurant next door. Martin, the owner, also has 2 boutique guest houses, and runs the Linga Spa, opposite.
The Passage (Old Market) – the map to the right can be clicked for a larger version to help you find it.
Miss Wong Cocktail bar for a taste of vintage Shanghai.
The cherry-red lanterns suspended from the doorway beckon passersby to this hidden gem. Inside, slip into one of the intimate leather booths for an Indochine Martini.
Easily the most atmospheric and most seductive bar in Siem Reap, it’s perfect for either a pre- or post-dinner drink, or on weekends, a bit of a party. Miss Wong also delivers the most deliciously potent cocktails in town.
It is gay owned and managed. The staff are friendly, helpful and can mix a mean cocktail. The food menu is small, but the offerings are delicious and top quality. Possibly our “local” in Siem Reap!
Pyramid Mega Entertainment Club is a full service facility providing a Bistro bar, Beer Garden, Fresh Seafood Restaurant in Chinese Cuisine, Angkor Paintball Club obstacle field, Hi- tech Pyramid Disco dome and a modern 3- storey VIP Karaoke building. Located on the east side of the city center, Pyramid Mega Entertainment Club boasts of a peaceful natural ambience with a panoramic view of the Angkor Wat.
The Bistro Garden Restaurant serves a full menu of moderately priced fusion and “comfort” food influenced by the West and Asian cooking traditions. A 1800 meter – square meter Paintball field fronts the restaurant and is complemented with the festive atmosphere of a food court garden. Located at the center is the grand Disco Dome having its concept patterned from the pyramids of Egypt. It has a 350pax capacity and is equipped with state-of-the-art lights and sound system, VIP rooms, draped mezzanine sofas, and a big stage for nightly live entertainment. Serving as backdrop of the entire compound is the karaoke building’s majestic window facade that recreates the splendor of the great PYRAMIDS.
It’s not an exclusively gay place, but many gay lads go there and they are easy to see!
The Station is a gay owned and managed, Wine bar, situated on street 7 near Pub St. They have built a very successful business as a wine bar, offering always 20 wines by the glass, with eventually over 100 wines by the bottle. They also offer an extensive range of Beers, Cocktail and Spirits. All drinks are served with a small snack. It’s a comfortable place to sit and drink, and the music’s not too loud to chat. Inside has air-conditioning and there are seats outside if you prefer. The locals are friendly and don’t bite, nor do the boys (unless you ask them to!)
They currently have a lady boy show every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday starting at 10.00
Gay owned and occupying a corner of a 3½-floor building adjacent to the entertainment district of Pub street, sits a new gastro-bar and entertainment venue, based on the Beatles song “The Yellow Submarine” – THE YELLOW SUB.
The ambience and hospitality of the place makes you want to stay and never leave – spend hours after hours exploring the various parts of the bar, experience something different at each and every level, and find something new in every nook and cranny of this entertainment venue
The Yellow Sub was established by two veterans of the entertainment industry. Both Singaporeans and hardcore Beatles fans, the couple spent almost three years conceptualizing, ensuring that every minute detail meets with their exacting standards. A new Beatles themed bar and restaurant in Siem Reap, The Yellow Sub is a four-storey gastrobar in the Pub Street precinct. Each floor of The Yellow Sub offers a different atmosphere, revolving around a submarine theme. It’s all about bringing back the good ol’ days, allowing patrons to reminisce with original and rare Beatles memorabilia!