At Purple Roofs, we list thousands of gay and lesbian owned and friendly accommodations around the world - bed and breakfasts, vacation rentals, hotels, guest houses, and much more. We also list hundreds of gay and lesbian friendly travel agents and tour operators.
Unlike many other travel directories, Purple Roofs is not a simple repackaging of mainstream hotel chains for the gay and lesbian market (though we do have a couple of the gay-friendliest) - instead, we offer thousands of locally owned accommodations that you won't find in one place anywhere else.
This is our Malaysia Gay Travel section - here, you'll find Malaysia gay friendly and lesbian and gay owned bed and breakfasts, inns, hotels, vacation rentals, and other accommodations. We also list Malaysia travel agents and tour operators, as well as local gay travel events, gay travel news, and much more.
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Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Lumpur Classic City Car Guided Tour
A personalised tour to cover the basic highlights of Kuala Lumpur in the comfort of a car. Excellent for photo opportunities. Start: Collection from your hotel reception at 9 am
End: Returning to your hotel reception at 5 pm. Qualified guide. An alternative KL SHOPPING TOUR can include Chinatown, Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Central Market. No. of hours: 8 Cost: US95 for the guide plus US50 for car transportation.
- 1. Petronas Twin Tower
- 2. Batu Caves
- 3. National Mosque
- 4. National Monument
- 1 hour lunch
- 5. National Museum
- 6. Royal Palace
- 7. KL Gallery
- 8. Merdeka Square
Gay Feast in Kuala Lumpur - The Scruffy Italian Traveler
Dec 17th, 2016
Last year, during my 3 months long trip around Southeast Asia, I visited the Capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
In all honesty, while the rest of Malaysia is definitely beautiful and full of charm (you have already read about my love for Pulau Langkawi, where I spent New Year's eve 2016), Kuala Lumpur was not my favorite city. Maybe it is... read_more
Pulau Langkawi: Heaven Island - The Scruffy Italian Traveler
Oct 19th, 2016
Every year over 2 million tourists choose to spend their holidays in the Heaven Island of Langkawi… so how could I miss out?
Langkawi is a big island in the Archipelago of Malaysia (Pulau in the local language means Island) on the Andaman Sea: the archipelago counts 104 islands, of which only 2 are inhabited, one of them being Langkawi! The... read_more
The Nomadic Boys' Malaysia Gay Travel Video
Feb 10th, 2016
What's it like travelling in Malaysia?
It's all about the rasa sayang or Feel the Love!
And boy did we have plenty of rasa sayang moments in this awesome country.
Our video highlights start with the wildlife of Borneo, especially the orang utans, proboscis monkeys and pygmy elephants which we saw in the wild near the Kinabatangan River in Sabbah. You can also... read_more
Nomadic Boys - Gay Guide to Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia
Oct 16th, 2015
Kota Kinabalu is the main transport hub gateway into the treasures of Sabah, Malaysia on the North of Borneo island. We stayed here for 2 weeks as a base to explore the region and discovered a vibrant gay scene, with even two gay bars to add to our gay guide to Kota Kinabalu:
GAY BARS AND HANGOUTS
Kota Kinabalu has gay bars!... read_more
Nomadic Boys: Gay Kuching, Malaysia
Oct 9th, 2015
"It's just more relaxed here compared to mainland Malaysia" explained one of our many gay friends we met travelling around Malaysia Borneo.
Here is Sarawak Malaysia on Borneo island where we stayed for half a month in August 2015 after travelling in Peninsular Malaysia.
We based ourselves in the main city of Kuching, a very cool city, relaxed and smiles aplenty from... read_more
Nomadic Boys - Beginners’ guide to the Rainforest World Music Festival in Sarawak, Malaysia
Sep 17th, 2015
The Rainforest World Music Festival in Sarawak (Malaysia Borneo) is a 3 days musical orgy of ethnic and folk acts from all around the world. It's organised annually by the Sarawak Tourism Board in July/August at the Sarawak Cultural Village.
We attended the 18th RWMF in August 2015 and had the time of our lives! We twerked with Congolese pygmies, danced... read_more
Nomadic Boys - Visitor's Guide to Sandakan in Sabah, Malaysia
Sep 10th, 2015
Sandakan is a coastal town in the Sabah region on the Malaysia side of Borneo Island. We spent a few nights in Sandakan as a base for exploring some of the gems of Sabah and discovered an exciting small city, with a plethora of great seafood!
Sandakan is the second largest town (after Kota Kinabalu) in Sabah, East Malaysia on the... read_more
Nomadic Boys - Gay Penang, the Food Capital of Asia
Sep 6th, 2015
Penang in Northeast Malaysia is seen as THE foodie capital of Southeast Asia according to the travel Bible (Lonely Planet). Now, that's a tall order in a region with a huge array of world star cuisines like Thai and Vietnamese.
But Penang has taken them all, rolled them up into one delicious whole and created it's own eclectic mix to create... read_more
Nomadic Boys - That Time We Were Interviewed on Malaysian National Radio
Aug 30th, 2015
Kuala Lumpur was a great base for us to stop and take a breather from our backpacks for a month in June/July 2015.
Whilst in KL, we met the awesome DJ Kevin Chong, who invited us to be interviewed about our travels in Asia over the past year, on his morning show with his partner in crime, DJ Diyana.
TraXX FM is... read_more
Nomadic Boys - Langkawi Island: A Pink Travel Guide to the Jewel of Kedah
Aug 20th, 2015
For most gay travellers, Muslim countries like Malaysia are not necessarily high up there of places to visit. Technically, under Malaysian law, we're seen as criminals and this ungodly practice (!) of ours becomes very hush hush and hidden away.
But get to Langkawi and a whole new way of thinking kicks in.
There was us thinking we would not be welomed... read_more