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The Straits Games (TSG) 2019

8th-11th November 2019, Chiang Mai, Thailand (Asian Gay Games)

The Straits Games (TSG) – LGBT Sporting festival

TSG is an annual sports event which began in 2002 between the two countries along the straits of Malacca; Malaysia and Singapore. The main objective of the games is to Foster Friendship and Promote Healthy Lifestyle living. Over the years, with the rapid growing interests, TSG has gradually attracted more participants from Singapore, Malaysia and growing participation from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam.
Common traditional games such as Badminton, Bowling and Volleyball are the core sports of TSG while other games such as Tennis, Swimming, Track Field, Ping Pong, Basketball are all alternative Sports that have been held before, depending on the facilities available in the hosting country.
TSG strongly believes that the community social interaction is important to bring cultural gaps closer hence apart from sports event, other social events are concurrently organized during the games which includes a welcome reception, tele-matches, clubbing events, day tours and a gala dinner to help achieve these objectives.

The following are the past hosting cities :
TSG2002 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia / TSG2003 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TSG2004 – Singapore / TSG2005 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TSG2006 – Phuket, Thailand / TSG2007 – Phuket, Thailand
TSG2008 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia / TSG2009 – Taipei, Taiwan
TSG2010 – Hong Kong, China / TSG2011 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TSG2012 – Phuket, Thailand / TSG2013 – Manila, Philippines
TSG2014 – Guangzhou, China / TSG2015 – Koh Samui, Thailand
TSG2016 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia / TSG2017 – Bali, Indonesia.
TSG2018 – Saigon, Vietnam / TSG2019 – Chiang Mai, Thailand

The TSG is open to all who wish to join. You can participate in the games, join a team, or be a supporter. We are also looking for sponsors to help fund the games.
For further information, contact:
– Khun Woody at Club One Seven Chiang Mai.
Tel: +66 (0)53 274 317

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