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Massage Centres
HIS Outram (10 mins)
14 Jiak Chuan Rd Tel: 6225 0050
Located in the heart of Keong Saik area near Chinatown, HIS is the newest entrant to the saturated massage parlour scene. Taking the first steps into HIS and one would be greeted by the tastefully decorated living area while one of the young bosses ushers you to your seat where you can take your pick of masseur. Unfortunately, the simplicity of its private rooms fail to do justice to its otherwise middle-class image.
Click here to visit HIS's website.

Roman M Salon Orchard (10 mins)
Ming Arcade, #05-07, Tel: 6733 5070
Roman M's cozy space provides personalised and customised services for its all male clientle. It offers an interesting menu of services, including the unique ear coning which reportedly relieves anxiety and sinus. Most customers would try out its detox baths and massage delivered with standard but comes at a reasonable price albeit above market rates.

Click here to visit Roman M's website.

Lucky Seventeen Chinatown
Lucky Chinatown, 211 New Bridge Rd, #B2-19/20 Tel: 6221 6326
The newly renovated outlet is simple, cosy and comfortable. Located in the heart of Chinatown, Lucky 17 has a new team of young, pleasant looking boys who are also available for outcalls at only $130 (including hotel charges) at nearby hotels. Excellent for those seeking a quick "fix" after a stressful day of work without the frills. new staff. 5 free 1.

Click here to visit Lucky 17's website.

Body Revival     Paya Lebar (10 mins bus)
50 East Coast Rd Roxy Square II #01-120 Tel: 6440 3870
Located in New Roxy Square, opposite Parkway Parade, Body Revival provides a decent massage in its cozy setup that doesn't give a cheap feeling. Great for those who frequent outcall massages but prefer a value for money alternative and a place. No wonder they call themselves, "the outcall service with a place."

Spas, Masseurs & Gyms

Below are some of the more respectable gay or gay-friendly spas (note we review a spa only after 2 weeks of its official opening for a proper assessment of crowd):

Towel Club City Hall (5 mins) Click here to visit Towel Club's website.
6, Loke Yew Street, off Armenian Street Tel: 6336 6328
Boasting to be the biggest men's spa in the local gay scene, Towel Club has proven to be a strong, aggressive contender to established players despite being a new outfit. It has 15 private cubicles of various sizes, all with lube dispensers and tissue rolls and some complete with queen-size mattresses! But the jacuzzi is somewhat small, fitting up to four persons, while the lap pool attracts few users. The crowd is a mixed draw, with many well-bodied foreigners juxtaposed with local young men.

Rairua Outram Park (10 mins) Click Here to visit Rairua's website
118, Neil Road, Tel: 6324 6256
If you're into pseudo-Javanese or Khmer culture, you'll like this new age spa. Walking beyond the classy glass entrance gives you the feeling that you've gone into time travel. Greeting you are soft smells of sweet orchids, zen-like walkways and an indochinese-style jacuzzi hidden in green lush and heavenly mist. Rairua -- pronounce it anyway you like, since it actually means nothing -- likens to Angkor restored to its former glory. Run by two prominent gay personalities in Singapore, Rairua has become the benchmark for future upstarts in the gay spa business here. Check out the immaculately maintained private rooms, steam bath and lounge, and of course it's special Young Guns nights on Friday and wild fortnightly Saturdays' Skin nights and it's not difficult to understand why Rairua needs to charge a relatively higher price for each visit.

RAW Tanjong Pagar
45, Ann Siang Road, Tel: 6222 2292
If there's one sauna that scores high for hot action, it must be RAW. Despite its lack of a jacuzzi, RAW is an attempt by the owner of Stroke (now closed) to up his stakes in the gay spa scene. The boss of the first gay sauna in Singapore don't make any pretension what their place is for. And those who visit RAW know exactly what they want to - and can - find. The only spa operating 24 hours, patrons to RAW is now greeted with a new hydro pool on the ground floor. This expansion is, according to owner Max Lim, an example of how RAW is quick to respond to what the market needs. After all, it's physical pleasure that its clients are after, and that is what you'll get, no more, no less.

V-Club Chinatown
7 Mosque Street, Tel: 6221 2729
Sprawled over three stories at Mosque Street, Singapore's newest club reminisced of a Taiwanese Bathhouse. It boosts the usual facilities of a gay spa, steam rooms, jacuzzi and an impressive number of rooms spread over the top two floors. It has a convoluted maze for those who like to hunt before they feast. V-Club has a couple of rooms dedicated to those who enjoy their sex wet. Within each of these rooms are water mattresses and manually controlled water emissions that make it quite a bit more interested. V-Club offers free Internet access to its customers, which is hardly utilised with so many beautiful people ripe for the picking.

One Seven Clark Quay
17, Upper Circular Road, Tel: 6223 0017
What was once an old towkay bank is now a swanky health club boasting a state-of-the-art gym, a pleasant cafe overlooking a hydropool that curiously enough, exposes you to the curious on-lookers next door and a sauna that was formerly the bank's vault. But the futuristic and icy decor adds gloom to the cold-institution look, evoking a rather unwelcome feel. Unfortunately, the crowd fails to make up for it; a recent visit displayed a certain drop in patronage that had us wandering its dark mazes in solitary frustration. With the newly Towel Club giving it a run for its money, it remains to be seen if One Seven can retain its former market leader status.

Shogun Spa Chinatown (10 mins)
182 Telok Ayer Street, Tel: 6221 0367
Formerly known as "the box", Shogun Spa stands out as Singapore's only dedicated gay cruise-club though it touts itself as the fifth gay spa/sauna in Singapore (it has no such facilities).

Blue Heaven Bugis (5 mins)
2 Jalan Pinang, Tel: 6295 5668
Located at a historic part of Singapore that is traditionally Malay, Blue Heaven combs the younger crowd in Singapore's gay spa business. The boss seems to have a penchant for traditional Malay-Indonesian crafts, as evident from the place's furniture and objets d'art. But facilities, which includes the biggest jacuzzi amongst the spas, are new and modern and the gym equipment is fine for non-serious gym goers. Recent renovation has made the place rather messy. Open from Mondays to Sundays, with the exception of Thursdays' 20's night, where only a bevy of the younger fresh crowd are admitted.

Luap-Luap Health Centre Chinatown
49, Temple Street, Chinatown, Tel: 6372 0012
Massage services by gay men.

Diamond Health Centre Lavender
Level Five, Sultan Plaza, Jalan Sultan, off Beach Road, Tel: 6296 2211
The most popular all-male sauna in Singapore, but not exclusively gay. Attracts a mature, local Chinese crowd and there are also masseurs. Facilities include massage rooms which double up as private rooms, a dark sauna, a steam room, hot & cold pools, an under-utilised gym, rest area and a karaoke place.

Besides the spas named above, there are also many gyms that had become gay cruising grounds. But these gyms are strictly-speaking real gyms and their management don't condone gays doing their hanky-panky there. Some of the more popular gyms that tend to attract gays are the SAFRA gyms at Toa Payoh, Tampines, Bukit Merah and Orchard Road as well as Planet Fitness and California Gym (young and trendy crowd). Try the SSC gym at the National Stadium too, if you dare. Also, check out the YMCA gym at Orchard Road.