If you prefer dancing to pool, then Aqua is the place to be. Reviewed May 22, via mobile. Walk to GC gay bar. Modern music from a DJ every night. But luckily this part of the world has street names and numbers. What I got to see were documentary screening of LGBT themed Vietnames short films, two explaining the situation of two trans men, one on the life of a male couple in Hanoi and a very personal story of the director filming his coming out to his mother.
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Another party place popular with the gay scene, and featuring male and female exotic dancers and a lively atmosphere, is located on the corner of Phuong Hung and Bat Dan -- its name changes frequently. Savage audience rating 3. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Transfer between Hanoi city - Huong Pagoda. Gay Hanoi Hotel Guide Here at last I got to know what had happened to the Panic bar, it was a familiar story; The idea was great, they started off with a good response from the community and then it got difficult to keep it up if not well executed, in months it was down. Need a comfy bed?
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So forgetting the drink I went directly to chat with the foreign girls I had seen and ask if there were any more places, now that I finally made it here. Follows Us Facebook Youtube Twitter. New cocktail bar in Hanoi, owned and run by a French gay guy. It's an SLSA -- straight-looking, straight-acting -- bar, with no dance floor but a pool table at its centrepiece, good music, cold beer and a relaxed vibe.
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Description: You can also check directly on the facebook pages for more information. Mostly frequented by Vietnamese, you'll also find Western expats and tourists here as well taking advantage of free entry and affordable drinks. With high hopes and armed with a the route on my phone and some knowledge on how street names work in Vietnam I set off to go after dinner as it was only 20 minutes from the old quarter. So thanks to some advice from my straight friend in Hanoi I turned to Facebook pages and groups to ask the people directly. Not sure how this works in your home countries, but in small cities in Spain, this is sadly common.