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My Way Cabaret

Patong, West Phuket

Located in the Royal Paradise Complex in Patong – Patong’s popular gay centre – is My Way Cabaret, considered by many to be Patong’s most popular and best known go-go venue catering to a gay audience.

Owned by Kittipong ‘Ball’ Wongkittigul, My way Cabaret was the first venue of its kind in the complex, offering something above and beyond the usual meeting point for men that many of Patong’s gay bars were.

My Way Cabaret has a nightly show which starts at midnight and features male Thai go-go dancers and transvestite performances.

Popular with both Western and locals, My Way Cabaret is also a hit with single Asian women looking for a guy to hang out with on holiday and couples who want to see something different

My Way Cabaret was one of the first to open in the Royal Paradise Complex and in so doing it introduced Bangkok performance cabaret to the island and thus galvanized the gay community on the island. My Way’s owner Kittipong ‘Ball’ Wongkittigul explained that while many of the early gay bars were simply a meeting place, My Way, with its gay cabaret entertainment offered a lot more, with attractive young men trained in A Go-Go dancing mixed with transvestite cabaret.

It’s a formula that worked as My Way Cabaret has expanded over the years with a larger venue, more entertainers and a larger audience of international and Thai visitors who enjoy and shows and the companionship of the male hosts. While the majority of their guests are gay, they do get single Asian women who come looking for a holiday boyfriend and there are numerous couples who just enjoy watching something different.

Opening Hours: Nightly from 20:00 – late
Location: Next to Boat Bar, in Paradise Complex


  1. Had a few drinks here while watching the lady boy show. They made an effort and I was not hassled very much by the staff. Entertaining for an hour or so.

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  2. Watched the show here which consisted of men and ladyboys dancing and lip singing to various songs. Some of the costumes where dazzling while other have been better days. It was god effort. The first place I sat at had a pillar blocking the view of the stage, but as it was not too busy I just moved seats. A few staff came to chat with me but they were ok, friendly and did not ask for drinks. Afterwards went to the next door Boat Bar, the show there was better.

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