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Out in Thailand – January 2013 Issue

Gay Thailand lifestyle magazine Out in Thailand celebrates its second anniversary with issue 25 for January 2013. Pick up your free copy in Chiang Mai Gay bars and clubs. The January issue includes a special feature on Pattaya the original Thai gay playground, an article about Gore Vidal, and all about Prague: The gay heart of Europe.

For Chiang Mai readers this issue includes the second part of their article about the fascinating history of 137 Pillars House, a luxury gay friendly hotel in Chiang Mai set in a stunningly beautiful old colonial teak wood house.

You’ll also find a review of 2012 the year that was and the announcement of the Out in Thailand reader’s choice award winners.

For Chiang Mai, out in Thailand magazine readers voted for the following venues:

Chiang Mai – Award winning businesses

Readers’ Choice Accommodation
Winner: Mansfield Residence
Runner up: Lotus Hotel
Readers’ Choice Bars & Pubs
Winner: Yokka Dok
Runner up: Soho Bar and Guesthouse
Readers’ Choice Disco
Winner: See Man Pub
Runner up: Mandalay Bar
Readers’ Choice Go-go/host bar/show bar
Winner: Adam’s Apple Club
Runner up: Circle Pub
Readers’ Choice Karaoke
Winner: Barocco
Runner up: Chiang Mai Gay Karaoke: The Relax
Readers’ Choice ‘Other’ Category
Winner: The Podology Center
Runner up: C.S. Floral Design
Readers’ Choice Restaurants & Cafes
Winner: Radchada Garden Café
Runner up: Chez Marco
Readers’ Choice Sauna/Massage/Fitness
Winner: House of Male
Runner up: Club One Seven

Congratulations to our friends at Radchada Garden Café for winning the award for best Restaurant/Café after only their first year in business. We’d also like to thank Out in Thailand magazine for honouring our sister website – www.radchada.com with the Editor’s choice award for best local website. It is the second year running that www.radchada.com has won this award and it’s very much appreciated to receive some recognition for th hard work that goes into maintaining these sites.

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