Among Bali’s buzzing nightlife entertainment, gay bar Bali emerge as the islands’ best kept little secret. Here are some reasons why gay bars in Bali are worth visiting even when you are as straight as pole.
Gay Bar Bali is So Fun
There’s something about gay bar Bali that you won’t find in any other bars in the island. In Indonesia, which is known as not being very friendly towards LGBTQ community at all, being a gay is not something you want to openly admitted in public spaces. However, the influence of relaxed Hindu approach to life and large tourism community in the island has made it more accepting for gay bars to spring. Gay people who are less comfortable on the street could comfortably show their true skin in the bar. There’s certain mix of freedom, liberation, and celebration for being queer and different when you step inside that makes the atmosphere much more different than a regular bar.
It’s Like Coming to A Themed Party
It’s not everyday you could have a themed party, unless it’s Halloween or Christmas. Even so, there’s no any themed party that would match a party with somebody in drag as Celine Dion, working their wonderful lip-sync performance with spectacular dancer boy in harmony.
Straight Girls Don’t Need to Worry for Uninvited Approach
In ordinary days, girls are mentally prepared to be hit by some random guys with the cheesiest pick up line—you can’t help to do anything but cringe. But when you come to a gay bar, you know the majority of people there are queer and probably have little sexual interest to straight girls like you. Only in gay bar Bali you can rock your sexiest leather skirt without having anyone to glare and call you a bimbo—they would likely to give a shoutout to your awesome wardrobe. Girls, you can let your defence temporarily down and just focus on having a good time.
Straight Guys: Gay Guys Won’t Hit You
Straight guy often avoid gay bar one silly reason—the fear of gay dudes to hit them. In reality, you would likely not. The queer guys at gay bar Bali are not that cheap. They will know how straight you are in less than 5 seconds. Sure, some might attempt to call you “babe” as you walk past the bar (especially when you are super hot), but they definitely won’t make any move towards you.
Whoever you are, whatever your orientation is, whatever outfit you are wearing on (those kind of clothes that might get a glare on the street), gay bar accept you for who you are. You can wear whatever you want and be whomever you want without fear of judgement. There’s an accepting undertone that makes gay bar Bali even more vibrant and welcoming!