Join us on this exotic HOT BuOYS clothing optional gay sailing cruise from Langkawi, Malaysia to Phuket, Thailand! This gay sailing adventure trip combines two of the most sought after destinations of Malaysia and Thailand with a fantastic remote Marine National Park. Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah, is a district and an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, some 30 km off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia. The islands are a part of the state of Kedah, which is adjacent to the Thai border.
Gay Phuket combines tropical white sandy beaches with intense nightlife. Phuket is one of Thailandís largest cities and tourist spots as such it has one of the biggest and most active gay communities around. Patong is the largest town on Phuket and home to most of the nightlife both gay and straight. Phuket is Thailandís largest island, roughly the same size as Singapore, and itís linked to mainland Thailand by a bridge. The island is located on the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea.
Thailand has some of the most stunning beaches in Southeast Asia. The island of Phuket has a huge array of options from the most visited beach of Patong to the secluded beaches like Mai Khao, Haad Sai Kaew, Banana, Freedom and Yae Beach.
The nightlife in Phuket is probably the most crazy and energetic in all of Thailand. Perhaps the only rival would be Bangkok that has an equally large and thriving gay scene. Youíll find all the gay venues located in Patong and grouped together in an area called Paradise Complex, which is comprised of several gay bars, clubs, saunas and other gay venues.
If you like, you might also book the first week trip Phuket Thailand to Langkawi Malaysia Gay Sailing Cruise.
Take a flight to Langkawi (LGK). Arrive in Langkawi by 12:30 and take a taxi or Grab Car to the Langkawi SkyCab. Please arrive by 3:00 pm so we can get to the top of the SkyBridge by sunset. A crew member will watch your bags so you won't have to bring them along. After sunset we head to Kuah town for dinner and then board the vessel. Admission fees and dinner is included.
Immigration checkout and then a day sail to a remote island group. We should arrive just before sunset and may be able to still get some beach time in.
The entire day is devoted to finding the perfect remote beaches and best snorkeling spots in this island group. During the evening of day 2 and 3 it may also be possible to go to shore to the small resort area if you like.
Day sail to a different island group closer to Phuket. Again we should arrive just before sunset and the day tourists should be departing leaving the place largely to ourselves.
Is a spare day. If the winds are good, we may be able to use this day in either island group. If the winds are difficult, we may use this day for travel time.
Day sail to Phuket and arrival should be around sunset.
Immigration check in at Ao Chalong Pier. Check in should be completed by 11:00 am. Please make any departure flights from Phuket (HKT) after 3:00 pm to allow sufficient time to get to the airport.
Malaysia visa on arrival or visa in advance may be necessary depending on the country you are from. Israeli passport holders are not allowed entry into Malaysia and a few other countries are not allowed entry by sea.
Notes: Before you are allowed to board a plane to Malaysia, you may have to prove you have a ticket out of Malaysia. If you are going to disembark in Phuket, and have a ticket from Phuket, it may work. Just say you are taking the ferry between Langkawi and Phuket.