Queeriosity Palace

Queeriosity Palace, Pasay: Address, Phone Number, Queeriosity Palace Review: 3/5

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Two visits, two different nights
Jan 2012
I went to this gay sauna twice on a sunday. My first visit was really pleasant. Although the start was a bit complicated. Getting there first of all. It's a free standing house, next to a well lit service station. Inside, I witnessed a real procedure to get in. Show a document with your identity, pay your membership, deposit your shoes in one corner, leaving all your valuables in a plastic bag in a safe in another room and signing for that. Only after that I could go to the locker room. The sauna is quite huge, located on two levels. The main level contains bar, karoake, showers and sauna. Second floor is the cruising area with showers, rooms and a computer for internet (impractical slow). Lots of pinoys (20 to 25), no tourists. I had a few interesting chats. And I liked the design of that floor. Everything in black with red light strips to lead you around. On the other sunday, the streets were jammed and it took me one hour to get there (around 8 pm). Inside everyone was attending a movie on big screen. Over 40 people. Upstairs there was hardly anyone. When the film was over everyone ran upstairs. But this time, I found only one guy worth chatting with. Pinoys don't like to exercise and that night, that was very clear ;-) So, **** for the first night plus ** for the second night = *** I've been in only one other gay sauna in Manila named Epitome. For a sauna it's a bit meager, even run down. But that was compensated entirely by the sympathetic audience.

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Jan 2012 • Solo
I went to this gay sauna twice on a sunday. My first visit was really pleasant. Although the start was a bit complicated. Getting there first of all. It's a free standing house, next to a well lit service station. Inside, I witnessed a real procedure to get in. Show a document with your identity, pay your membership, deposit your shoes in one corner, leaving all your valuables in a plastic bag in a safe in another room and signing for that. Only after that I could go to the locker room. The sauna is quite huge, located on two levels. The main level contains bar, karoake, showers and sauna. Second floor is the cruising area with showers, rooms and a computer for internet (impractical slow). Lots of pinoys (20 to 25), no tourists. I had a few interesting chats. And I liked the design of that floor. Everything in black with red light strips to lead you around.
On the other sunday, the streets were jammed and it took me one hour to get there (around 8 pm). Inside everyone was attending a movie on big screen. Over 40 people. Upstairs there was hardly anyone. When the film was over everyone ran upstairs. But this time, I found only one guy worth chatting with. Pinoys don't like to exercise and that night, that was very clear ;-)
So, **** for the first night plus ** for the second night = ***

I've been in only one other gay sauna in Manila named Epitome. For a sauna it's a bit meager, even run down. But that was compensated entirely by the sympathetic audience.
Written 24 February 2012
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