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While Thailand still has the biggest transgender community, the Philippines’ reputation for being one of the best Asian countries to meet TS singles speaks for itself. One reason for this is that more men are interested in dating transgender women than ever before. Here is a short list of the best dating sites in the country.

Pina Love

This is one of the most popular sites, if not THE most popular, to date Filipino TS singles. It’s free to create a profile, look at other profiles, and receive messages. It is also free to send one message every 10 minutes. To remove the time limit, you will need to upgrade to a paid account, but it seems there’s no need to do that after asking users. When you meet someone you’re interested in, you can ask them for their Skype or Facebook so you don’t have to wait 10 minutes between each message.

This site has the highest number of active transgender users compared to all other Filipino dating sites. What is more, a lot of them are very good-looking!


The second dating site worth mentioning is FilipinoCupid, which has been connecting thousands of singles with partners across the globe since 2001. It is a highly reputable and trusted platform and a member of the international Cupid Media network, which operates tens of niche dating sites. Many men have met single transgender Filipinos here. The site has more than 2 million profiles of Filipina women, many of whom transgender, who are looking for serious relationships or flings with men in the country or abroad.

Filipino Cupid is also free to join. They have a success stories section where you can read about people who have found a match.


These and other sites offer a chance to connect with Filipino transgender women looking for love. Both of the sites mentioned here are very LGBTI-friendly and committed to helping people find a perfect match irrespective of their geographic location.

Of course, it is always important to be respectful. Although you are looking specifically for a transgender partner, try to avoid making that aspect the focus of the conversation or the interaction in general. This will put the person off. It’s like inviting someone over for dinner and then proceeding to talk about how they traveled to your home the entire time. Avoid asking them about their surgery or why they “decided” to change their sex.