Indonesia, the neighboring country, which also the biggest nation with Muslim population, do not prosecute gay people. Though I heard they're still conservative as in sometimes gay people will be given "counseling". It's still very much hetero normative and conservative. But the Muslim leaders, the biggest Muslim organizations in Indonesia, has unsuccessfully tried to lobby the lawmaker and release a statement to propose sharia law, as in put the gays in jail, and or punish them with lashes or stoning, to which the parliament (I think?) said that would be impossible, because it's against human rights. And I think Indonesia, while only acknowledge Islam, Christian, Buddha, Hindu, and some others as religion, is actually a secular country. Their motto is "Unity in Diversity".
At least that's what I heard from a friend of mine.