“Majulah Singapura” means “Onward, Singapore” in Malay — a motto the local LGBT community is truly living. Homosexuality is still illegal in this island city-state, but in recent years, gays and lesbians have made great strides toward not just tolerance, but acceptance.
You couldn’t ask for a more beautiful city to visit. Singapore is clean and easy to navigate. It’s also culturally diverse, with several official languages: Citizens speak English, Indian, Malay, Chinese and Indonesian. A cosmopolitan city, there are many exquisite museums, parks, cafes and restaurants to explore and enjoy. If you love to get your shop on, the world-class malls (featuring high-end retailers) won’t disappoint.
A sightseer’s delight, gay Singapore offers several unique tourist attractions. Jurong Bird Park is a fabulous, romantic spot, a quick subway and connector bus trip outside of the city center, and you’re sure to love it.