Taipei Saunas Update

Soi13 In is Now the ‘In’ Magnet!

No, it’s not a misprint. It’s also definitely not a little street in Bangkok. It’s the name of the most recent sauna to open in Taipei. And judging from the comments of many who have visited, this is now the ‘in’ place when seeking sexual adventures in Taipei. Unlike the better-known Aniki WOW it’s entry price is much more reasonable at NT$500 (about US$17) for everyone, although there is 60% off for younger Taiwanese who enter between 6:30 and 7:30 pm or between midnight and 1:00 am. Perhaps this is one reason why the sauna is usually packed with handsome young Taiwanese guys, especially at weekends. Another is probably a result of its all-nude policy. No little towels covering your fronts here! Of less interest to short stay tourists are the large discounts available for multiple entries in the space of a month.
Discount Policy
I am not sure when Taipei discovered gay saunas. I don’t even know when the now-thriving gay scene actually started. I had read the celebrated 1983 novel Crystal Boys which focuses on the cruising scene in New Park in the 1970s, often called the 228 Peace Memorial Park and located a

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