Some things gay travelers should appreciate about Southeast Asia

High level of acceptance and tolerance towards gay people – particularly visitors The number of instances of discrimination against LGBT people, solely for being LGBT, is so low in these cultures that there is simply no need for them. That is true acceptance, or at the very least tolerance. It is true that being gay in Singapore is officially illegal but that law has never been used in very long period. There are tendencies to harden government stance towards gay population in Indonesia but general population (particularly in parts of country frequently visited by foreigners) is friendly and tolerant.

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