Hawaii Islands

Amazing scenery, a choice of gay-owned as well as gay-friendly accommodation and beaches ensure Hawaii is a premier drawcard for LGBTQI travel. In addition, since

Maldives Islands

Looking like you’ve just stepped into the pages of a high-end architectural magazine, showcasing some of the world’s most luxurious designer over-water bungalows framed by

Fiji

Following the repeal of Fiji’s Penal Code early in 2010, homosexuality has been decriminalised there since February 1. Seven months later, on September 27, Fiji’s

Guam

ISA Guam’s founding members pose behind the LGBT pride flag at Alupang Beach in Tamuning on June 22. From right. Image courtesy of www.isaguam.org  

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Vietnam

Recent legislative leaps have seen Vietnamese society move forward in accepting the LGBTI community and placed the country at the forefront of gay rights in

Thailand

Photo courtesy of http://www.phuket-pride.org Although Thailand is renowned for a generally non-judgemental attitude with Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket, particularly, offering a gay-friendly ambience, away from

Bali

Photo courtesy of http://www.balijoebar.com/ With lush green forests, pretty beaches and warm locals, the beautiful little Indonesian island of Bali has always been a drawcard