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Gay Acompnay tour Service in Shanghai China

LGBT SHANGHAI Posted on Mon, September 25, 2017 18:16:19


Discover Shanghai with private licensed gay tour guide, Shanghai Gay Tour can tailor made unique gay trip for you. Sharing interesting gay scenes in Shanghai, including Gay Saunas, Gay Bars & Clubs, Gay Massage trips. Your personable guide, shares interesting facts and answers questions about Shanghai’s history and culture while ensuring that you have the best gay tour experience in Shanghai. Shanghai private gay tour is flexible and designed exclusively for gay & lesbian. Custom Made Tours with LGBT Guides! Come join us!

Beijing Gay Tour Guide

BEIJING LGBT Posted on Mon, September 25, 2017 18:14:45

We are a gay owned and operated company offering a wonderful vacation environment and experience to LGTB travelers who want to visit China. China Gay Tours journeys will undoubtedly allow you to experience China in a different way.You will experience the rich history, exotic life style, breathtaking landscapes and also the opportunity to intereact with the local gay community.Our China tour guides and consultants have many years of experience in designing unique China travel programs, all of them are GLTB friendly and will make you feel like at ease.Let us take you by our hands into an unforgettable adventure.

Gay Bars In Shanghai

LGBT SHANGHAI Posted on Mon, September 25, 2017 18:11:16

Shanghai Gay BarsShanghai’s gay nightlife changes quickly but remains small for a city of its size. There’s a good choice of gay-popular bars with something for everyone.


Gay café bar & lounge Lucca attracts an upscale local and international crowd. Formerly ‘390 Shanghai’, the bar serves a range of drinks, food and light meals by friendly staff.

Great for a get-together or social meeting on weeknights. On the weekend, the place turns into a busy nightclub with live DJ’s and party-goers filling the dance floor.

Regular themed nights with DJ, live bands comedy shows, art events – check the website for upcoming events.

Shanghai Gay Massgae Places

LGBT SHANGHAI Posted on Mon, September 25, 2017 18:09:09

Exclusively male massage spas can be found throughout the city of Shanghai. Most offer 24-hour out-call service.


Exclusively male spa, providing a range of male massage services. Previously known as ‘Shanghai Door Health Club’, the modern club features 20 air-conditioned VIP treatment rooms, many with private showers.

Open 24 hours. Out-call service available. Located near Exit 14 of Peoples Square metro station.


LGBT SHANGHAI Posted on Mon, September 25, 2017 18:05:52

Shanghai Gay SaunasShanghai has a number of exclusively gay saunas that are popular with gay locals, expats and tourists.

上海有许多深受当地人,外籍人和旅客欢迎的同志专属桑拿与。Two-storey gay sauna H42 by Shanghai Studio attracts men of all ages. It features modern, well-maintained facilities including lockers, dry sauna, steam room, shower room, private cabins, cruising area, free use of electric massage chairs, free coffee/tea and snacks. Towels and condoms are provided.


LGBT SHANGHAI Posted on Mon, September 25, 2017 17:57:34

Gay Rights in China

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) persons in China face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents.

Gay Scene

Shanghai has probably the largest gay scene in mainland China with a growing number of gay & gay-friendly bars and nightclubs catering for most tastes.

However, the gay scene in Shanghai changes quickly, and there is no particular ‘gay district’. A few well-established gay venues can be found in the Old French Concession area – Shanghai’s richest and most vibrant neighborhoods.

Getting to Shanghai

Shanghai’s main international airport – Pudong – is located 40km to the east of the city. The airport has two terminals connected by a long walkway (and shuttle bus service).

The airport is connected to the city by the Maglev train. The train uses magnetic levitation technology and does not touch the tracks. It completes its 30km journey to the Longyang Road Metro station in just 7 minutes – travelling at up to 431 km/h. The train operates daily, departing every 15-30 minutes.

Be aware that as you walk to the airport station you may be approached by individuals claiming the train is not operating and trying to get you to take their taxi service. Ignore them.

Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport services mostly domestic flights and is connected to the city metro system.

The all-new bullet trains started operations between Shanghai and Beijing with a journey time of just under 5 hours. There is also an overnight train service to and from Hong Kong.

Getting around Shanghai

Shanghai has an extensive metro system with 13 lines. The service is fast, cheap and air-conditioned. Most announcements and signs are in both Mandarin and English. Avoid rush hours when it can get very busy.

Taxis are widely available and cheap by international standards. If you don’t speak Mandarin, then it is a good idea to have your destination written down in Chinese characters or have a map that you can point to.

Where to Stay

Shanghai has a huge selection of hotels that are very affordable by Western standards. Most travellers stay near the French Concession, Xintianti or The Bund. Many 5-star hotels can be found in Pudong area.

In any case, choose at least a 3.5-star accommodation. Visit our Shanghai Hotels and Shanghai Luxury Hotels for recommendations.

Things to See & Do

The Bund – riverside area that is home to dozens of historical buildings along the Huangpu River.

Dongtai Lu Antiques Market

Fuxing Park – Tai Chi followers gather from 6am to take part in synchronized exercise.

Jade Buddha Temple – the most famous Buddhist temple in Shanghai and home to the jade Buddha statues brought to China from Myanmar in 1882.

Nanjing Road Pedestrian Mall – shopping mall with over 600 stores.

People Square – the cultural center of the city and location of the Shanghai Museum.

Shanghai Grand Theatre and Museum – museum filled with Chinese artifacts, art, sculptures and more.

Yu Yuen Garden – large rocks, curved walls and beautiful foliage define this Chinese garden.


There are four seasons in Shanghai – a warm spring, a hot rainy summer, a cool autumn and a generally cold winter. July and August are usually the hottest months with temperature regularly above 35°C. The coldest months are January and February.

Weather-wise, the spring from March to May is regarded as the best time to visit the city.


Most visitors to China require a tourist visa that needs to be obtained prior to arrival. You must have a passport with at least 6 months remaining and available space for the visa, a recent passport-sized photo with a white background, and in most cases, hotels booking and return air ticket documents.

Apply at your local Chinese Embassy or Consulate. Postal applications are not accepted. Full details can be found at the official visa website –

Drinking Water

Do not drink Shanghai’s tap water unless first boiled. Keep to bottled water.


The domestic power supply is 220V. Sockets are three flat pin Chinese standard.

Operator Assistance

Shanghai offers an exceptionally useful resource for visitors called the Shanghai Call Center. Store this number in your phone +86 021 962 288. After a short message in Mandarin, you will hear English instructions, but operators are available who talk several European languages including Spanish and French.

The call centre can help with bus, metro or taxi directions, information on tourist attractions and will even offer a free translation service.

Fabulous Shanghai Gay Highlight Tour

LGBT SHANGHAI Posted on Mon, September 25, 2017 17:54:25

Fabulous Shanghai Highlight Tour

1-day Shanghai tour program , 8 hours

local | tourist | old | ​new


Tour Description:

The tour starts with an immersion in the French Quarter area. You will experience the locals’ morning activities in the Fuxing Park and stroll around the villas and mansions area of the old French concession.

You will then be able to admire an Old Style Shanghai Neighborhood area with Shikumen architecture and a Local Fresh Market (Wet Market).

With a jump into the modern world, the Bund Area will be our next stop. The Bund is among the top ten Shanghai attractions and it presents itself just like an openair gallery of international architectures with a focus on historic European style buildings. It’s the showcase of the city’s colonial past and its transformation throughout the 20th century. It was also known as “the Wall Street of the Far East” in the colonial period, we will visit the original HSBC Bank building and the Peace Hotel and its history gallery.

Lujiazui Financial and Trade Zone is the perfect conclusion for your journey through the history and highlights of the city. Lujiazui is not only the financial and trade center of Shanghai and the entire China, but it is also a collection of the most impressive skyscrapers of the entire far East continent.

It’ll be time to visit one of the main Shanghai highlight, the Old Town Area, admiring the famous Yu Yuan Garden and the annexed Bazaar. The Bazaar is a commercial area crowded with lots of artisans’ workshops, vendors selling souvenirs, hand-made crafts, folk crafts and packed snacks.

The stroll through the Bazaar features also the magnificent Zigzagging Bridge, which will lead you to the Yu Yu

Shanghai Private Gay Night Tour

LGBT SHANGHAI Posted on Mon, September 25, 2017 17:49:04

Private Shanghai Gay Night Tour , 4-6 hours

local | tourist | Bars | ​Saunas | Massage


Tour Description:

Book your 4-6hours private tour and discover the gay night life of Shanghai. This city is famous for its vibrant nightlife and in particular, Visiting the most famous gay bars and clubs and Saunas. If you feel tired with a hard day, nice massage place is waiting for you. In this tour, We’re sure you will have a great time.


  • Excellent value for money
  • Get inside tips from a local
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour

Once your guide meets you at your hotel, you will start this 4-6 hours tour where you will head to the most popular Saunas & Massage Places.

Avoid the inconveniences of not knowing where to go when you are new to a city or getting lost in the streets asking for directions. With this tour, the fun is guaranteed – make the most of your visit to Shanghai!

When the tour ends, your guide will give you recommendations to end the night; you will be able to choose between going to the newest and hottest clubs or the ones that have been there for a long time and have become a must-see in the night-life scheme of the city.