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Tabasco72
04-16-07, 02:06
You can find action at 三角公園 Triangle Park
aka 建國公園

Map Link: http://www.urmap.com/?link=Q93YI%2B32l06O0PQ1lUgQI%2B4d4a2fI%2B2dIa230l3djPYY0P4dPU2Q0%2B3dIP2dIL5dPUTQ0PsdL-YUT5sdUP%2BTLL1kmjfaWYL42l-hl4Y1PEYaI5sdIhghK4fTf6fTmEL4ILga4Ls1sL6Rl6QdL-YO0PQ1lUgQI%2B4d4a2fI%2B2dIa230l3djPYY0P4dPU2Q0%2B3dIP2dIL5dPUTQ0Psd

Address: 新竹市武昌街 Wuchang St., Hsinchu CityThanks, this is probably the same place. In the middle time I have found other place however I don't remember name of street. I'll check and write down here.

Neuromancer
04-16-07, 13:34
I am at Landis now for a couple of days. No luck on previous visits.

Early reports mention a club called Rock. Still operating? Where?Sorry, it's been a very long time since I've been and directions in Taiwan tend to be via landmarks anyway, but I'll give it a shot.

Look for Zhong Zheng Road, where it crosses the main road running N-S through Tainan (I think it is Xi Men Road? - it's the same road that Landis is on, though Zhong Zheng Road is NOT walking distance from Landis). Once you've found the intersection, you'll want to head West - basically, if you are on Xi Men Road heading AWAY from Landis, you'll wanna turn left. Go all the way to the end and the road forks (actually more of a horse-shoe). Take the left branch (I think there is a polic station here) and you'll hit another major road. Look for the Prince Hotel. Rock is in an alley to the left of the Prince Hotel. It's on the second floor. There used to be a video game center in the building just to the left.

You won't see the name "Rock". Rock is basically the English translation. In Chinese it's pronounced Yao2 Gun3 搖滾 (I think these are the correct characters)... "Rock" as in "Rock and Roll", not stone. At least, I THINK the name of the place is posted - a buddy took me there the first time and returned based on memory.

Not sure if this helps.

OzzieSuds
04-18-07, 00:06
Went to Rock last night. Taxis know it so no problem. About NT70 for cab.

Place is a bit like a LA strip club with girls dancing at a stage and and disk jockey shouting unintelligible gibberish. We were told cover charge was NT600 a head - this included three beers each. We got Corona because nothing else was cold

The stage dances are topless with the girls undoing a zipper down the front of their outfits and dancing around and riding a pole. They do dances at your chair where they straddle you and undo their tops. For NT200 you got to fondle the tits and for NT400 you could wander all over. No oral contact allowed.

By 10.00 they had about 10 girls and maybe 6 customers. Girls were pleasant locals but not stunners. A couple looked like they had bolt-ons but they turned out to be natural.

Not much english spoken but it appeared that was it and there did not seem to be take-out.

Neuromancer
04-18-07, 13:43
Went to Rock last night. Taxis know it so no problem. About NT70 for cab.

Place is a bit like a LA strip club with girls dancing at a stage and and disk jockey shouting unintelligible gibberish. We were told cover charge was NT600 a head - this included three beers each. We got Corona because nothing else was cold

The stage dances are topless with the girls undoing a zipper down the front of their outfits and dancing around and riding a pole. They do dances at your chair where they straddle you and undo their tops. For NT200 you got to fondle the tits and for NT400 you could wander all over. No oral contact allowed.

By 10.00 they had about 10 girls and maybe 6 customers. Girls were pleasant locals but not stunners. A couple looked like they had bolt-ons but they turned out to be natural.

Not much english spoken but it appeared that was it and there did not seem to be take-out.Lol. That place has got to get historical landmark status or something given its longevity. There was this one girl there, must've been working there for about 3 or 4 years, little spinner, attractive enough, but extremely aggressive attitude (you would literally have to throw her off your lap if you didn't want her to "dance you"). Must've had some pretty serious gambling debts to repay.

Seems like prices have gone up? Used to be NT100 for the titties, but then, that was several years ago. Used to be able to get a HJ, but it sort of leaves a mess in your pants. Unless you find a more discrete seat where she can pull it out and use some tissue to manage the mess. I think it was NT1000?

Tabasco72
04-19-07, 01:39
The place I mentioned is on Chend Pei Str. From Circle go Chung Cheng St about 1 km and turn left on Min Fu (after Pei Ta). Go ahead and soon is trafic light, on light turn right and look at left. Very good "massage".

Norton
04-26-07, 16:07
Norton, did you find anything in Tainan? I usually stay at the Landis and have not had any luck.Hey Kev,

I went to Ximen RD SEC 3, and ventured a little further in a block in the early morning. It was quite good. The place I went was close to a temple. Along Ximen RD at night, you wouldn't hardly find MPs opposite that temple. But I heard some stores only provide bj and others provide FS. If you know a local, ask him to take you down there. Total damage NT2600 (FS)

Pleasure Dude
05-08-07, 00:11
I will be in the area soon and will visit the area you are describing. Were you able to find which store provides FS and BJ only?

Thanks,

PD


Hey Kev,

I went to Ximen RD SEC 3, and ventured a little further in a block in the early morning. It was quite good. The place I went was close to a temple. Along Ximen RD at night, you wouldn't hardly find MPs opposite that temple. But I heard some stores only provide bj and others provide FS. If you know a local, ask him to take you down there. Total damage NT2600 (FS)

Tabasco72
05-25-07, 03:30
I went to massage place on the Route no.1.
If u have car, drive from Hsinchu to the North through bridge. After 2 traffic light u can find this place. Price 3000 NT$, massage+fs. The best time is after 9 p.m.
If u need help, pm me

Traffic777
05-27-07, 20:22
I met a Taiwanese at my ESL class in the US and she's about 10 years older than me.

The teacher didn't make it that day, so I spent a couple of hours chatting with that lady about the lanuages, cooking, travelling, and what not. She was very friendly and kept repeating how cool I am because of my education (I mentioned applying to an American law school this year), attitude and skills. She also mentioned that she feels lonely in the US because of her English.

After some time in Thailand I got the impression that Asian women lose face when they hook up with younger men. Is it true of Taiwanese? I wouldn't mind being her friend, but would be nice to get some extra mileage as well. Should I make a move?

Shanghai Mj
05-28-07, 04:47
Hi all,

I have a quick question: do upscale hotels allow girls to come up to your room? I'm staying at a nice hotel in Taipei and I'm afraid of calling up some girls to my room. Any experience? I'm at a 5 star.

Thanks!
MJ

Screw1980
05-29-07, 17:27
Hi all,

I have a quick question: do upscale hotels allow girls to come up to your room? I'm staying at a nice hotel in Taipei and I'm afraid of calling up some girls to my room. Any experience? I'm at a 5 star.

Thanks!

MJI travel frequently within East Asia, I've used escorts in Thailand (Banyan Tree and Interconti), Taipei (Westin, Nikko) and Tokyo (Prince).

However, their agency require your room no. for calling back to ensure their girls' safety.

I never had any problems with hotel security. I've even taken them for dinner dates at hotel's restaurants and nobody seem to notice they're not hotel guests.

Stareway
05-31-07, 05:03
just had a flying business trip to taichung/tainan. got a scooter in taichung and tried to find some other the mps mentioned in this forum. no luck! i'm useless with directions so probably my fault. settled for the old favourite sauna (is it the tai yang hai? pacific something or other.) went in for the hot/cold baths and the skin scrub (if you haven't tried this, do! you'll get a naked scrubbing that cleans you beyond belief. the guy will take great pleasure in showing you how much dead skin he's removed eventhough you're thoroughly showered. it will be a bloke doing this and he will scrub under the nutsack so make sure you have you're mind concentrating on pi to the nth degree or churchill's speeches less you embarass yourself. well worth the extra nt$300 or so.) then went upstairs and took the man's offer of the special. excellent time was had. all that can be expected for the nt$3, 500 or so. the girl was older japan-looking (and sounding) but provided exactly what was needed. we both left quite pleased with the whole thing.

went for meeting.

drove around taichung on scooter looking for anything interesting but saw nothing. headed back to hotel. i called misty from the china post and asked if she had anyone for taichung. she was extremely impolite but said she'd send someone over in the hour, "if she found someone". a girl arrived 45mins later. a 6. she was okay; i wouldn't normally have taken her but it would have been such a shit fight to get another that i went along. she was pretty awful and, i'm not sure how to say this but, she smelled. it was not a normal 'girly' bad smell but her whole persona had a strange (very slight) odor about it. anyway, being the chap i am i went full ahead. she did reveal the most amazing tiny, hairless puss which looked unshaven. bonus! anyway, the deed was done and i encouraged her to leave straight away. i paid nt$4, 000. i tried to get misty down a little but she said no way as it was taichung.

on to tainan. meetings done i settled for a trip to rock. i do love this place but there's only so much warm beer and sad lap dances you can put up with. i've never really understood the draw of the lap dance & feel inclined to throw the girl off as soon as she's straddled me. wouldn't have minded a take-home from there but not too sure of the protocol so didn't try.

when i got back to the hotel i called misty again and inquired as to whether she'd be able to set anything up for tainan. "this is a taipei number not tainan", she screamed. good god, man, the woman sounds like she could do with a good shag!

anyway, all good fun. i'm based in taipei and have a few good pointers for here. i'll post as and when.

Vinifera
06-03-07, 03:49
Good times can be had at the "Prickley Flower" on "Last Chiang" Road Sec 2, or so I dreamt. Number 25 tagged my memory for 2KNT.

Dodotw Tw
06-03-07, 14:09
I have been to Taichung last week.

There are massages places on beitun road.

On Sanmin Road near Taichung University there is a KTV and a massage parlor.

They will ask you to pay before if you do not speak Chinese. 2500 NT to 3000 NT

There is a lot of pimp waiting on scooter, prices are 2000NT for old girls, 4000 for good one. If you can speak a bit Chinese it will be better. "wo yao kankan" can be useful if you want to see girl before to pay. You have to pay the pimp and not the girl.

If you really need something quick near the jungshan park, old women are waiting 1000-2000NT.

If you do not really speak Chinese the massage place are the best to go.

Going in the bar with nice young women waiting is a lost of time: just chat.

You will never really be invited to enter in ktv if you are alone.

Do not expect much more that touching dressed girls.

The announce in English news paper are only for people living in really good hotel.

Tabasco72
06-04-07, 13:34
Good times can be had at the "Prickley Flower" on "Last Chiang" Road Sec 2, or so I dreamt. Number 25 tagged my memory for 2KNT.

where is 'last chiang' route? do u remember chinese name?

Roamin
06-04-07, 17:15
where is 'last chiang' route? do u remember chinese name?I have been trying to figure that out. Last = jing? The characters would go along way in helping to find the place :)

Tabasco72
06-05-07, 07:35
I have been trying to figure that out. Last = jing? The characters would go along way in helping to find the place :)

Jing guo Rd? There are a lot of place of pleasure ;)

Tabasco72
06-06-07, 04:43
Yesterday when I drove to home from work I saw a lot of police cars and cops in one of the massage parlor in Jhubei. It was about 10 pm. Looks not nice :(

Koki Shin
06-06-07, 19:04
If you want an "In & Out Burger", then Aiko Massage is the place to call.

Aiko Massage sent over a girl named Li. Total rush job. She left after 20 minutes. I protested but you know who wins. I called Aiko and complained. She then (supposedly) called the Li to discuss. I was told that Li said that I did not say "No" when she was leaving. I protested and said I absolutely tried to get her to stay and of course I said "NO". Then Aiko said Li was already home which meant she lived within 10 minutes of the GH. I told Aiko that if Li did not come back that I would go out on the internet and describe the crappy service I received. She hung up on me. So here is my post. Word to the wise: DO NOT USE AIKO MASSAGE unless you want a lousy wham bam burger that treats your dick like a roto rooter.

Screw1980
06-09-07, 04:10
Yesterday when I drove to home from work I saw a lot of police cars and cops in one of the massage parlor in Jhubei. It was about 10 pm. Looks not nice :(Are the cops doing traffic check (drunk driving) on the road or inside the parlor? I encounter some of these checks if you drive around Hsinchu area after 9.30pm.

Try this one, some Japanese customers recommend it...Hei Long Jiang BBS (黑龍江美容院) in downtown Hsinchu. It has its own car jockeys. (03) 530 2447 on Chunghua Rd. Sec.4,

Tabasco72
06-13-07, 01:27
Are the cops doing traffic check (drunk driving) on the road or inside the parlor? I encounter some of these checks if you drive around Hsinchu area after 9.30pm.


Patrol? No, there was special action. 4 or 5 cars, cops inside and outside.



Try this one, some Japanese customers recommend it...Hei Long Jiang BBS (黑龍江美容院) in downtown Hsinchu. It has its own car jockeys. (03) 530 2447 on Chunghua Rd. Sec.4,

I shall :D

Its That Guy
06-13-07, 14:35
Risking sounding like a noob but what does BBS stand for?

Fragma
06-14-07, 00:15
Risking sounding like a noob but what does BBS stand for?BBS would be BarBer Shops, there's quite a lot of them here, especially the "older" districts like the outer-ish areas of Xi Men Ding in Taipei.

Tinted glasses, a few empty barber chairs and the hint of a back room area are usually dead giveaways.

Tannric
06-14-07, 16:22
Good times can be had at the "Prickley Flower" on "Last Chiang" Road Sec 2, or so I dreamt. Number 25 tagged my memory for 2KNT.You sure you don't mean the end of Linson Rd?

Tannric
06-14-07, 16:57
Are the cops doing traffic check (drunk driving) on the road or inside the parlor? I encounter some of these checks if you drive around Hsinchu area after 9.30pm.

Try this one, some Japanese customers recommend it...Hei Long Jiang BBS (黑龍江美容院) in downtown Hsinchu. It has its own car jockeys. (03) 530 2447 on Chunghua Rd. Sec.4,Is this on the corner of JingGao and if so any FS or HJ?

Tannric
06-14-07, 17:03
BBS would be BarBer Shops, there's quite a lot of them here, especially the "older" districts like the outer-ish areas of Xi Men Ding in Taipei.

Tinted glasses, a few empty barber chairs and the hint of a back room area are usually dead giveaways.What do you get and pay at these places on average?

Screw1980
06-17-07, 11:22
Risking sounding like a noob but what does BBS stand for?BBS can be those old shops with with barber pole, dark windows or without lights.

Newer BBSs are usually called "Beauty Parlor" (Mei-rong-yuan) and are available in all over the island's major cities.

Stew2
06-19-07, 21:51
What do you get and pay at these places on average?

Tannric - RTFF. This info is plastered all over the place.

Allenwfc
06-21-07, 20:14
Hi guys,

I'm already in Kaohsiung for a few days up to early next week.

Any experts in the area?

I'm Chinese, but was born in a totally different country. So I abosolutely have no idea where and HOW to find good girls at reasonalbe price.

Pm me and maybe I can join up and learn from any of you experts in girl hunting at kaohsiung or even at taipei, since I'll be there for 1-2 days in the weekend.

Trevor Caw
07-05-07, 08:46
Does anyone who goes to these Uniform Shops know the following:

1) Are they foreign friendly?
2) Is it reasonable to go alone and not cost the world?
3) Can you manage with little or no Mandarin?

As you can probably tell, I want to go but don't have a local to accompany me.

Thanks

Steve Naive
07-13-07, 08:31
my first evening in taipei, walking through the ling chiang st night market, not really looking yet, but i found two massage places, wondering if more might be on offer at either of them. i was open to getting a good "clean" massage, which i needed after the long flight.. but an extras place would be welcome.

one had the couches in public view, a sure sign that it is a "clean" massage place (though sometmes there can be private rooms too).

the second place was a store that also had a sign for massage out front. it offered various kinds of massage, including the "body massage" for nt1000 (means therapeutic, or "clean", massage, mainly shoulders/back/legs)... but there was also a mention of "release therapy" offered for nt500.

on inquiring about where the massage place was, the store guy led me up the back staircase to the second floor, where there were semi-private massage beds with curtains separating them.

i was surprised when the guy setting up my bed was also the masseur! i have not had a massage offered by a male in asia before. i go for the cute, female variety when it comes to extras, and he didn't offer any. but a masseur, if skilled, can give you one of the best "clean" massages you'll have, if you like a strong therapeutic massage (and i do). this fellow was skilled, and though no special massage offered after (from a female colleague) it was very good.

anyone know what "release therapy" means when listed on the sign for a massage parlour? if it isn't sex, i really worry about what it might be... nt500 seem s like a low price for an hj here, even on top of nt1000 for a one-hour body massage, and i'd be surprised to see extras advertised so blatantly here.

there are lots of tips on this board which i'll check out at my leisure... but if anyone has tips for the area around shangri-la, they would be most welcome. there was nothing obvious as i was walking around last night, so i suspect i'm in the wrong place for fun.

if any local experts are around and wants to have a tea or beer, pm me. i enjoy the hunt, starting by reading the forum, but would not mind a jump-start from people in the know.

bucknaked
07-25-07, 13:21
I was staying at the Ambassador hotel, and about a block away (don't know the streets, but if you head from the entrance of the hotel, make a left towards where the hotel parking entrance is, then make a right and walk down to the next street. Across the street is a little sign saying "Massage" on the sidewalk) there was a massage place. Entrance had it's shades drawn.

The place is a dump and the room is dreary. 2000NT for the massage, 1000NT for FS.

And what a massage! Lots of sucking, body kissing, kneading. The girl's name was Jo Jo and she humped like an energizer bunny.

Taiwan is grimy, poor air quality, and humid during the summer. But the price of nookie sure does work.

Tabasco72
08-06-07, 14:30
I've tried barber shop in the center of Hupei. On this street, I don't remember name but I can check it, are 3 barber shops. I have been in the first one from railway station direction. Massage, fire CBJ, cowgirl, missionary. Nothing more than taiwanese standard. Girl, of course, had a hairy pussy :). Total cost 1700+1000 NT$ for 1.5 h.

Tabasco72
08-06-07, 14:32
Time for something special... Does anybody know any BDSM girl (Domina) in Taiwan? Or at least girl who like fuck guy in the ass. Am I crazy? Yes!!!

Treetopflyer
08-19-07, 08:00
Hey all,

Nice to see that the reports are still coming in for Taiwan. I wish that we had a recent good report from Kaohsiung. Any new information thats out there would be great. Pm me if you want to get together for some late night SW hunting near the train station on the weekends. Back into the game, so should expect to have a real report on here sometime soon.

Be safe all and keep reporting!

Treetopflyer
08-19-07, 16:23
Hey all,

If anyone has any new Kaohsiung information it would be greatly appreciated. It is nice to see so many reports for the smaller areas but no info for Kaohsiung? Hit me up with a message if you have any advice or contacts around the city. Would also be down for looking for some SW's down by the train station on the weekend. If your up for it drop a line. Lets keep the reports coming!

Come On
08-30-07, 23:53
I heard the kaoshiung had more/better/cheaper girls than taipei. Does anyone know if that is true?

Also, does anyone know of the titty/strip clubs in taichung or tainan? If you want to meet up pm me.

E Z Rhino
09-13-07, 19:43
jackson... would you consider adding 3 sub-forums to the taiwan forum: kaohsiung, hsinchu, and taichung. as you can see from the posts, these are the other large cities in taiwan, and often the members have business there.

just to state the obvious, in recent years, the mayor caved in to us moral hegemony and cracked down on whoring in taipei. the locals of course have plenty of ways, but as the forums demonstrate over and over, while there are exceptions and its good to stay positive, overall taipei is certainly an uphill fight. it is really a desert in the middle of the mongering oasis of asia (philippines, thailand, hong kong, macau, japan...).

i'd like to work a new angle with you guys though. once you get outside of taipei your options improve. most of the hotels will ask as a matter of course if you want that room for 3 hours or for overnight, and some will call you once you check in and offer to send up a girl. they may ask for nt$5000 but tell them $3000. also there are karaoke joints and straight brothels out there.

could we focus on and collect (maybe this can be the inaugaral thread) some info about mongering in taichung? this is supposed to be taiwan's capital of whoring. several trains from main station get you there in less than 2 hours, right to the heart of the old downtown. the high speed rail gets you to a field outside taichung in 50 minutes, from where a taxi into town is 30 minutes and $nt250. bear in mind that often on short notice its a $139 2-hour flight to manila (cebu pacific) and a $245 3-1/2 hour flight to bangkok from taipei (klm), so if they don't wise up and open up some decent mongering here they're going to lose even more tourism and business.

general suggestions include, have a local friend, ask your taxi driver, use google and read newpaper articles in reverse (they report clubs or streets with prostitution). i think there's a street there with lots of ktv (karaoke) bars.

Stareway
09-17-07, 05:06
as an appendage to my report on hen do sauna in the taipei forum i would like to sing the praises of my second favourite service available in taiwan's saunas - the body scrub.

in most saunas you will see a small massage table with towels, etc, tucked away in a corner. usually there will be a fully dressed man hanging around that area. this is the body scrub area and he is the body-scrubber. for around nt$400 you can get a body scrub; i have one every time i visit a sauna now and it is a great way to relax (and get thoroughly clean!) before the big event. you will lie down naked and the man will scrub your entire body with his flannel-wrapped hand. no matter how clean you think you are you'll be amazed at how much dead skin & dirt they scrape off your body (sometimes they even take pride in showing you the pile of rubbish they've made). they scrub everywhere so be prepared for some nsgt (non-sexual genital touching). on more than one occasion i've found myself relaxing a bit too much and the old fellow rousing himself prematurely thinking it's the main show. this can be extremely embarrassing so prepare yourself with thoughts (hilary clinton naked, cold fried eggs, reading bill bryson, whatever) that are guaranteed to avert this.

anyway, that's enough from me; i just promised myself as i left my latest visit to a taiwan sauna that i write a little piece in praise of the body scrub.

Come On
09-18-07, 00:45
What is with the lack of trip reports?

Is the sex scene in Taiwan really that bad?

JuiceGuy
10-17-07, 14:22
Hi all,

I have a quick question: do upscale hotels allow girls to come up to your room? I'm staying at a nice hotel in Taipei and I'm afraid of calling up some girls to my room. Any experience? I'm at a 5 star.

Thanks!
MJ

MJ, I have stayed at the Grand Hyatt and brought up girls, had girls delivered to me. This is just a fact of life. Very few hotels in Taiwan, if any, will even ask you a second question. Some will ask for you to register your guest whereby they make a copy of your guest's ID or passport, which is also good for you if anything goes missing.

I have never had a problem with it.

I Luv Puss
10-22-07, 06:34
Hi all,

I'm currently reside in the U. S. I'll going to Taiwan for the first time in 16 years. Long time reader, first time poster on the Taiwan forum. I'll be staying in Kaohsiung with my relatives. Does anyone know where to go for mongering or strip club and please correct me if I'm wrong. Isn't prostitution is illegal in Taiwan? Is it risky to get arrested or con into? Sorry if my question seem stupid. It just I haven't go back for a long while and I lost touch.

Thank you

Hitandrun
11-15-07, 01:47
Hi all,

I'm currently reside in the U. S. I'll going to Taiwan for the first time in 16 years. Long time reader, first time poster on the Taiwan forum. I'll be staying in Kaohsiung with my relatives. Does anyone know where to go for mongering or strip club and please correct me if I'm wrong. Isn't prostitution is illegal in Taiwan? Is it risky to get arrested or con into? Sorry if my question seem stupid. It just I haven't go back for a long while and I lost touch.

Thank youHey, my family also live in Kaohsiung, we can hang out if you want, I'm also going back. But when are you going back. I just went back to Taiwan first time in 18 years last Dec since I left Taiwan when I was 10. It was an amazing trip. I know a bit of Taiwanese culture, I should be able to get us around.

AsnDragon
11-16-07, 12:06
Good to hear that you guys are coming back to taiwan after so many years. Prostitution if illegal, but in kaohsiung, it's very rampant, just it's more on the down-low. Meaning, they've got apartment places where they have papasans bring in lines of girls for you to choose from. But you usually find these shaday places in Chi-Hsien 2nd road, and other places around there.

Basically most of their working girls are from China. Girls that thought Taiwan was so much better than China, but once they get to Taiwan, they realize that it's not any better in comparison.

Most of the guys will trick you and tell you that the girl they bring in is from Malaysia or Singapore to sound more exotic, but in reality they are mostly from China. Some taiwanese gals, but not as many as China girls that are smuggled in from Xiamen across the strait.

In any case, Taiwan use to be a whole lot more fun, especially Kaohsiung. They do have one strip bar, I think they have this big banner near the lui-he night market.

Oh also look around those tall buildings in Lui-he night market, that display massage. Usually it means they do a whole lot more than just normal massage. It ranges from HJ, to BJ to FS. You need to negotiate. $2000 to $2500 is the range for a younger girls below the age of 30. Any younger than 25 the price goes up.

In addition, with Taiwan's suffering economy, places near the train station in Koahsiung, sometimes you will be approached by girls in motorcycles asking if you want a girl. I think it's somewhere before you get to the train station on Chein Kou Lu.

Hope this helps. If you really want to find action. Book a plane flight to China, cause Taiwan is drying up each year. It's becoming less fun.


Hi all,

I'm currently reside in the U. S. I'll going to Taiwan for the first time in 16 years. Long time reader, first time poster on the Taiwan forum. I'll be staying in Kaohsiung with my relatives. Does anyone know where to go for mongering or strip club and please correct me if I'm wrong. Isn't prostitution is illegal in Taiwan? Is it risky to get arrested or con into? Sorry if my question seem stupid. It just I haven't go back for a long while and I lost touch.

Thank you

Ragnarok42
11-20-07, 04:50
hi all,

i'm currently reside in the u. s. i'll going to taiwan for the first time in 16 years. long time reader, first time poster on the taiwan forum. i'll be staying in kaohsiung with my relatives. does anyone know where to go for mongering or strip club and please correct me if i'm wrong. isn't prostitution is illegal in taiwan? is it risky to get arrested or con into? sorry if my question seem stupid. it just i haven't go back for a long while and i lost touch.

thank you

they can arrest the wg but not the john. odd law, but they cannot charge you with anything serious. so they dont even bother....much. they do come down hard on **** prositutes though. so be very careful when asking for "young" girls, make sure they are at least 18. always be wary of cons, but ads in english speaking mags or newspapers are generally safe. never give them money up front, dont wire them money before they show you a girl, these are all scams.

if you havent been back in 16 years it was better when you left. i live in taipei and have no idea how it is down south but it cant be any better. go to taichung where i see the scene is really rocking.

if not, come up to taipei and i can tell you a few places to go.

happy hunting

I Luv Puss
11-26-07, 09:43
Sadly, you guys reply came too late. I went to Thai land and Taiwan from Nov. 8 - 22. luckily, i meet two Taiwanese (guys) during my Thai land trip and they are into mongering as well. I got their numbers but i didn't have the time to get in touch with them before i left. Oh well.

According to them, mongering at Kaohsiung cost about NT$2500 for young women while more mature/older women cost about NT$600 for FS and nothing else.

Knobbyxx
12-01-07, 21:39
hi ragnarok,

you mention that the sccene is really corcking in taichug? can you give me any info? i come to taichug a lot for work and don't really see or find a good scene. any advice.

thans


they can arrest the wg but not the john. odd law, but they cannot charge you with anything serious. so they dont even bother....much. they do come down hard on **** prositutes though. so be very careful when asking for "young" girls, make sure they are at least 18. always be wary of cons, but ads in english speaking mags or newspapers are generally safe. never give them money up front, dont wire them money before they show you a girl, these are all scams.

if you havent been back in 16 years it was better when you left. i live in taipei and have no idea how it is down south but it cant be any better. go to taichung where i see the scene is really rocking.

if not, come up to taipei and i can tell you a few places to go.

happy hunting

Ragnarok42
12-02-07, 03:59
Hi Ragnarok,

You mention that the sccene is really corcking in Taichug? Can you give me any info? I come to Taichug a lot for work and don't really see or find a good scene. Any advice.

Thans

Hi there,

While I know the scene is really hot in Taichung I have (ahem) never been. I have my wife and family here, so going there is not too easy. If you want please read the Taichung forum here or ask our resident Guru and "laoda" - Ace Gallant. He is a treasure trove of information on that area. But word of advice, RTFF in Taichung before going to him for a handout. Saves everyone lots of time.

Cheers

Knobbyxx
12-02-07, 06:35
Hi there,

While I know the scene is really hot in Taichung I have (ahem) never been. I have my wife and family here, so going there is not too easy. If you want please read the Taichung forum here or ask our resident Guru and "laoda" - Ace Gallant. He is a treasure trove of information on that area. But word of advice, RTFF in Taichung before going to him for a handout. Saves everyone lots of time.

Cheers

Thanks for the info.. I hve read the Tiaching forum and it really seems like you need to know someone to get stuff here. I have gotten a few freebies in the area.. but sometimes you dont want that... because well then they stick around and stuff, haha....

Thanks man, I sent Ace Gallant an email.. so we will see. I plan to go out and look around a bit more tonight.. I will report.

Ace Gallant
12-02-07, 10:28
Thanks for the info.. I hve read the Tiaching forum and it really seems like you need to know someone to get stuff here. I have gotten a few freebies in the area.. but sometimes you dont want that... because well then they stick around and stuff, haha....

Thanks man, I sent Ace Gallant an email.. so we will see. I plan to go out and look around a bit more tonight.. I will report.Rag, and to others,

Just to clarify; Although I visit Taiwan often, I do not live in Taiwan. In my posting I did mentioned that I had been to Taichung on a 2 days trip but that does not qualify me as the "expert" of Taiwan or Taichung. I am still learning from the locals and resident members in Taiwan.

Of course I would try and hunt for better and nicer places for fun in Taiwan and will continue to post those information on ISG.

Enjoy!

AG

BTW: I hate been flamed for my posting, so pleaseeee... if you do not agree with those that I had posted, please post corrections instead of flaming posts. Thanks.

Ragnarok42
12-02-07, 11:51
BTW: I hate been flamed for my posting, so pleaseeee... if you do not agree with those that I had posted, please post corrections instead of flaming posts. Thanks.

Who in their right mind would flame you?

RAG

Knobbyxx
12-02-07, 12:54
Rag, and to others,

Just to clarify; Although I visit Taiwan often, I do not live in Taiwan. In my posting I did mentioned that I had been to Taichung on a 2 days trip but that does not qualify me as the "expert" of Taiwan or Taichung. I am still learning from the locals and resident members in Taiwan.

Of course I would try and hunt for better and nicer places for fun in Taiwan and will continue to post those information on ISG.

Enjoy!

AG

BTW: I hate been flamed for my posting, so pleaseeee... if you do not agree with those that I had posted, please post corrections instead of flaming posts. Thanks.

Hey AG,

Thanks for the info you did supply.... No worries man. I come to Tiachung a lot and have had little luck, BUT China thats another story. ALthough it is pretty easy for americans to find freebies here in taichung.. But I would like to find a good sauna or something .... I will keep looking..

I have been told that there is a good one nearby I will check out and let ya all know.

OzzieSuds
12-04-07, 11:29
Been looking back through reports as far as 2003 and I see references to an area with filipina bars. Anyone know where?

BruceTea
12-04-07, 14:24
It's been quieter than usual as I've heard reports that the police is cracking down local night areas. Don't know why and they're not reported on the news, but it's been seen by locals.

Not targeting anyone or anything in specific, but local and recent visits by the police

Ace Gallant
12-05-07, 00:33
Who in their right mind would flame you?

RAGMany,

There was this Stanley Ho, he got himself banned, and not long ago, Azn Playa who got stuck with his own thread now. And now, go to the Cheap Sex in China thread; there is infomic guy.

Tons of wankers like these on the board.

Enjoy!

AG

Kenshin27
12-06-07, 17:59
any updated info on what's available these days in kaohsiung? in town for about a week. can speak mandarin conversationally but not up to speed on reading. kaohsiungman, are you still around? or anyone else out there willing to help a noob out? =)

OzzieSuds
12-07-07, 00:47
any updated info on what's available these days in kaohsiung? in town for about a week. can speak mandarin conversationally but not up to speed on reading. kaohsiungman, are you still around? or anyone else out there willing to help a noob out? =)

when i searched the forum i found reference to one strip club called crazy horse and one reference to some fillipina bmd bars. but no details of location etc for either.

i guess you just have to ask a taxi driver and trust him.

BruceTea
12-14-07, 13:53
When did San Chong become the new "red light district" in Taiwan?

Just curious.

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12-20-07, 08:29
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Hoturi
12-25-07, 16:20
I checked out Chi Shien Er Lu near the baseball stadium today and as suggested in previous posts, the area is a notorious and active stroll.

The street action is two and a half blocks on Wang Sheng Lu from Love River heading west. Perhaps both sides of the bank since I went to a hotel on the east side of Love River.

Action starts around six after the high school lets out. I recommend hunting as late as possible so your date is less anxious to head back out to the street.

The area is patrolled by police on motorcycles so be wary. Especially on Chi Shien Er Lu, I saw a john pick up a police decoy and get busted right outside of the hotel there.

If you haven't hunted in Taiwan before, be forewarned, the streetwalkers do NOT dress like typical streetwalkers from the states, they dress to blend in and not stand out too much. They'll display their purses and I think they also tend to wear red. Make eye contact.

Further east on Chi Shien Er Lu is more upscale adult entertainment, massage parlors mostly. Here is where you should look for the attractive twenty to twenty five yr. olds.

If you're not Asian or cannot speak mandarin or min nan hua, forget about negotiating a normal price. Taiwanese is six hundred NT; anyone else will be charged over a thousand.

Hoturi
12-26-07, 05:22
I checked out Chi Shien Er Lu near the baseball stadium today and as suggested in previous posts, the area is a notorious and active stroll.

The street action is two and a half blocks on Wang Sheng Lu from Love River heading west. Perhaps both sides of the bank since I went to a hotel on the east side of Love River.

Action starts around six after the high school lets out. I recommend hunting as late as possible so your date is less anxious to head back out to the street.

The area is patrolled by police on motorcycles so be wary. Especially on Chi Shien Er Lu, I saw a john pick up a police decoy and get busted right outside of the hotel there.

If you haven't hunted in Taiwan before, be forewarned, the streetwalkers do NOT dress like typical streetwalkers from the states, they dress to blend in and not stand out too much. They'll display their purses and I think they also tend to wear red. Make eye contact.

Further east on Chi Shien Er Lu is more upscale adult entertainment, massage parlors mostly. Here is where you should look for the attractive twenty to twenty five yr. olds.

If you're not Asian or cannot speak mandarin or min nan hua, forget about negotiating a normal price. Taiwanese is six hundred NT; anyone else will be charged over a thousand.

BruceTea
12-26-07, 11:19
I checked out Chi Shien Er Lu near the baseball stadium today and as suggested in previous posts, the area is a notorious and active stroll.

The street action is two and a half blocks on Wang Sheng Lu from Love River heading west. Perhaps both sides of the bank since I went to a hotel on the east side of Love River.

If you haven't hunted in Taiwan before, be forewarned, the streetwalkers do NOT dress like typical streetwalkers from the states, they dress to blend in and not stand out too much. They'll display their purses and I think they also tend to wear red. Make eye contact.I am highly suspicious of this report. There's really no need for Streetwalkers in Tw. Much less in southern tw. I don't see the need since there are BBS, KTVs, and many more venues to do service and with greater pride and safety. Streetwalking?

I doubt it.

I have heard of "houses" in this area. But those were rumors and were sorely outdated. Meaning, if the information was 5 years ago, chances are the info is inaccurate NOW. Sorry, but I don't think there are walkers in those parts anymore.

Sammy_T
01-14-08, 10:44
I have a friend from Mongolia who would like to travel to Taiwan and apply her trade. Those of you who have visited Beijing are probably familiar with Maggie's and the many beautiful Mongolia girls who "work" there.

What recommendations should I give to my friend about where she should go, ect? I don't think she would want to get involved with a sauna or KTV. Any bars (hotel or otherwise) that would be a good place for her to frequent?

Thanks for your help!

Sammy

Ragnarok42
01-15-08, 10:47
What recommendations should I give to my friend about where she should go, ect? I don't think she would want to get involved with a sauna or KTV. Any bars (hotel or otherwise) that would be a good place for her to frequent?


Hey Sammy_T,

most of the high end hotels - Grand Hyatt, Four Seasons, etc are all good. She could also go to Zigazaga in the Hyatt or maybe apply for a job at Long Heng, the high end hostess bar in Asiaworld. Mind you i am not sure how well she will do here, most of the clientel to these bars are local Taiwanese and their aesthetic is different.

You might ask some of the other brothers since i usually go for the quick and cheap fuck shacks in SanChong, and i think your friend would definately be out of place there.

Cheers

Captain America
03-05-08, 22:26
I just found out that I'll have a 13 hour layover during an upcoming trip. Arrive early evening and leave in the morning. Any Hotels close to the airport for a reasonable rate? And can I get some action there? I would imagine that the likes of Yuki concentrate on Taipei proper, not the outlying areas.
Thanks for helping out!

BruceTea
04-25-08, 12:59
It is funny. You can find info on streetwalkers on the strangest places.

For example this real estate board 2007/04/12 post

The nearby 旺盛街 Wang Sheng St. is also a notorious
"Nightingale Street" (Red Light District)There are a few massage parlors up in the new residential area. They're big and full of lights. Haven't had the galls to enter one, but tempted.

One is called China Massage Parlor.

Also have lots of "Dance Halls" in the city. Large and full of girls. Don't know the protocol for asking what we're all looking for tho.

Ragnarok42
05-05-08, 01:31
A bit off on another tangent but they are finally selling the Japanese 0.03 condom here now. Absolutely fucking unbelievable, feels like you have nothing on. Some of regular WGs love it when I use it too. Makes them feel like I am doing them BB and they get super wet. Trust the Japanese to create the good stuff for sex.

Pick up a pack, they cost twice as much as the regular Trojans, but feel 100 times better. Sorry to sound like an ad, but I got a six pack and have doing my rounds with all my regular WGs to use it up ;-)

BruceTea
05-05-08, 15:59
A bit off on another tangent but they are finally selling the Japanese 0.03 condom here now. Absolutely fucking unbelievable, feels like you have nothing on. Some of regular WGs love it when I use it too. Makes them feel like I am doing them BB and they get super wet. Trust the Japanese to create the good stuff for sex.

Pick up a pack, they cost twice as much as the regular Trojans, but feel 100 times better. Sorry to sound like an ad, but I got a six pack and have doing my rounds with all my regular WGs to use it up ;-)Great.

Where are these sold? At any 7-11 or at specialized pharmacies?

Thanks!

Ragnarok42
05-06-08, 01:05
Great.

Where are these sold? At any 7-11 or at specialized pharmacies?

Thanks!

This is Taiwan, a six year old can buy a beer at any 7-11 without ID.....

I bought mine at Watsons in the condom section but have seen them on the counter next to the cash machine at some 7-11s. Definately worth the extra cost, next best thing to BB.

enjoy ;-)

Macho Dik
05-06-08, 05:16
A bit off on another tangent but they are finally selling the Japanese 0.03 condom here now. Absolutely fucking unbelievable, feels like you have nothing on. Some of regular WGs love it when I use it too. Makes them feel like I am doing them BB and they get super wet. Trust the Japanese to create the good stuff for sex.

Pick up a pack, they cost twice as much as the regular Trojans, but feel 100 times better. Sorry to sound like an ad, but I got a six pack and have doing my rounds with all my regular WGs to use it up ;-)


Dear Rag,

Congrats for your 300th post. please continuing to keep up the good works.

Talking about the Condom, please specify the brand name and packing desing. I will definitely bought one of them and will try it will my regular girls in SC.

By the way, these lately it seems that S*x provider business is very very bad. some of the girls I did before keep calling me to visit them, saying a lots of nonsense like thirsting my C*ck and very very low season etc. I was even received a call when I was in China with a nice cutie girls that keep me busy for the past 2 days which almost dried me out.

Cheers,

MD

Ragnarok42
05-06-08, 11:00
Talking about the Condom, please specify the brand name and packing desing. I will definitely bought one of them and will try it will my regular girls in SC.

By the way, these lately it seems that S*x provider business is very very bad. some of the girls I did before keep calling me to visit them, saying a lots of nonsense like thirsting my C*ck and very very low season etc. I was even received a call when I was in China with a nice cutie girls that keep me busy for the past 2 days which almost dried me out.


The brand is called "Okamoto" and you cannot miss it. Next to the 7-11 cash machines , they have a big "0.03" written all over it.

Buy a pack and use them quick. My SC girl Wen Wen loved it when I poked her with these on.

Macho Dik
05-07-08, 12:36
The brand is called "Okamoto" and you cannot miss it. Next to the 7-11 cash machines , they have a big "0.03" written all over it.

Buy a pack and use them quick. My SC girl Wen Wen loved it when I poked her with these on.


Hi Rag,

Surely will get a pack and will try it with my Hottie in SC. gosh, I just poked Hsiao Chiu today. she is really really hot and I almost cums (almost cims) while she is giving me BBBj. have you ever had an experiecing of accidentally cums in any hottie's mouth In SC?

It good that I make my last control and stucked my armour on her P**sy without any delays.

sadly I did not have the 0.03 with me today.

Cheers,


MD

Ragnarok42
05-08-08, 00:27
have you ever had an experiecing of accidentally cums in any hottie's mouth In SC?


Never had a problem with that, the only one that came close was Xiao Mi. But you rememeber her, she really enjoy sucking cock.

The rest was just a pleasant appetiser to the real feast, never wanted to finish before I got to the main course.

Macho Dik
05-08-08, 04:12
Never had a problem with that, the only one that came close was Xiao Mi. But you rememeber her, she really enjoy sucking cock.

The rest was just a pleasant appetiser to the real feast, never wanted to finish before I got to the main course.


Hi Rag,

Talking about my (I mean ours) hot babe, Hsiao Mi, its been a while did not able to do her. I wonder if you have come accross her recently.

I also give up my search for Ling Ling at your favorite shag. AG promised to send me but I think he forget it ( I am sure he will share with me her's numbers but only possible AG forget to PM me as what he wrote last time).

Anyway, I am now enjoying diff. P**sies which is letting me to try their different talent from dead meat or zombies to great f*cking hot babes.

Cheers,


MD

Ragnarok42
05-08-08, 06:19
Talking about my (I mean ours) hot babe, Hsiao Mi, its been a while did not able to do her. I wonder if you have come accross her recently.


Hey there MD,

just came back from a run to SC during lunch. It is fucking hot out there but not as hot as our girl Yu Qing. I could cum just looking at her naked body. I used the new super thin condoms on her and boy are they worth the extra cost. Halfway through she even was worried it had broken telling me it was super form fitting. Needless to say we both enjoyed each other immensely. Long live Japanese technology.

Afterwards, I continued on to the bridge wanting to see Wen Wen but when I got there changed my mind and went to the first shack under the bridge. Three ladies there and I chose the thinnest one. Great personality, friendly and quite at ease, knew this was going to be a good one (direct correlation btwn pleasant personality and good in bed).

I was right, gave me a long BBBJ and licking me all over. Got me rock hard again. Had a great time, she was very proactive, making me lick her body and breasts. Had this very sexy habit of curling her upper lip while I was on top of her and allowed a lot of kissing. We had such a good time that the alarm acutally went off. So I kicked it into high gear and finished her cowboy. Her name is Ling Ling (not the same one MD) and will definately go back to enjoy her charms.

Note: While walking away from the park along the street with the Family Mart on it, was approached twice by men offering me girls. Making me think there are new places or that they have come out of hiding. When I am able to explore may try one of these places just to compare.

Happy hunting everyone!!

Wowbaby
05-09-08, 09:17
The brand is called "Okamoto" and you cannot miss it. Next to the 7-11 cash machines , they have a big "0.03" written all over it.

Buy a pack and use them quick. My SC girl Wen Wen loved it when I poked her with these on.They can be bought at 7-11 or Watsons and come in a Silver pack with a big 0. 03 on the front. A pack of 4 costs 199 at Watson's. They are really great almost like they aren't there.

BruceTea
05-27-08, 02:16
Let's do a survey, perhaps add Reports as well! This pertains to Spas, Health Clubs, BBS, Hotel-short-rest bangs, KTVs, Sanchong Shacks, and/or Dance Halls, etc.

When do you usually go-a-hunting? Give us your experiences!

Mondays: Another one of my afraid days. I somehow get the feeling that cops go a-hunting on this day to catch the one or two mongers who's unlucky. Just a feelin.

Tuesdays:

Wednesdays:

Thursdays: Me likey this day. Not too weekend, not too weekdayish.

Fridays: Never been on this day.

Saturdays: I've never gone on this day. Always crowded and I'm afraid of raids. Do raids happen on Sat? I'd imagine they'd get a lot of people this way. But the women I see around the ktvs, etc. Vavooom!

Sundays: This day is so so so dead. I go on this day. But it feels like everyone's in a grumpy mood but most of the time, I find the selection excellent.

Before 7 pm: Always been my fantasy to get an afternoon quickie or go during dinnertime. Never done it since I'm chicken that "someone" will see me go in or out.

7-10 pm: I guess this is prime time. 90% of us go during this time?

10 to 1 am: The "I-think-this-time-frame-is-safe" group. Yeah, darker and much more discreet. I think midnight is when I go out. Get home at 2 am?

1 am to 3 am: Don't know. Rather sleep than hit the streets.

EDITOR'S NOTE: I would suggest that the author or another Forum Member consider posting a link to this report in the Reports of Distinction thread. Please Click Here (http://www.internationalsexguide.info/forum/announcement-reportsofdistinction.php?) for more information.

Member #4214
05-29-08, 04:38
Thought I’d share some on a topic that gets an occasional mention, but not widely discussed here, namely OFWs, and specifically Filipinas working here in Taiwan.

I’ve had Yuki’s girls, and taken my forays out to Sanchong and Keelung – trip reports are all here – but the ONS nature of these events was leaving much to be desired. Have invested considerable time over the last couple months seeking some regular OFW ‘girlfriends’ and have been delighted with results.

Lots of stuff to post on this interesting topic. I’ll just focus on only a few key ideas in this initial post:

Three Key Criteria on Identifying Prospective OFW Girlfriends (beyond looks):

1. Attitude: Are they ready to accept your ‘domestic circumstances?’ I’m always upfront that I’m permanently married, and found this to be an issue with ~75% of the girls I’ve engaged/pursued. Best to be frank upfront, and as early as possible … On the whole, Filipina OFWs are ‘good girls,’ but they’ve often been separated from their boyfriend/spouse for many years and many have grown quite practical when it comes to matters of the ‘heart.’ They also tend to be older, and certainly more than a few did stints as FL/WGs in their earlier years.

2. Proximity: OFWs have only a limited amount of time-off. Often they will only have short windows of 2-4 hours, and that sometimes on an impromptu basis. Thus it helps if the girl(s) work/live somewhere close/convenient to your home, office or otherwise on some regular commute. That said, you don’t want to date someone who lives too nearby, ‘cause tongues wag and everyone noses into everyone else’s business. That said, if you are frank with the girl, I’ve found they bend over backward (literally and figuratively, haha) to protect their, and your interests.

3. Employment/Time limitations: The amount of time that OFWs can be free to meet their boyfriend will vary from employer to employer, and from girl to girl. Some girls are on 7-day contracts, in that they ostensibly never get any days off. That said, a girl on a 7-day contract might work as a housekeeper for an employer who leaves the country for weeks at a time, leaving her much free time. Other OFWs are literally locked away in their employer’s home or factory, or they are tied down caring for an invalid or very young children. All that said, girls can be quite creative in finding ways to get away for a rendezvous.

Again, I have more to share, but don't want to bog down this first post. Also interested in hearing from others re: their experience with the OFWs.

Happy Hunting!

Member #4214
06-03-08, 02:36
Surprised this first post didn't prompt a response or two, 'cause based on what a few of the girls have told me there is definitely a deep cadre of mongers chasing them. It seems to be a kind of sport in the Zhongshan area on Sundays, so I've been told, and also online. Second, the girls have a very, very strong preference for caucasian guys, which is great for us caucasian guys (haha) ... and I thought several on this board were likewise?? Finally, t he OFW arena is definitely P4P, but heavily steeped in the GFE motif. Despite all of the GFE schtick, the girls will definitely keep track of the quid-pro-quo balance. That said, relationships are built, and a fun personality goes a long way.

Happy Hunting.


Thought I’d share some on a topic that gets an occasional mention, but not widely discussed here, namely OFWs, and specifically Filipinas working here in Taiwan ...

Permanent Damage
06-09-08, 04:30
Help me out. I'll be travelling at the end of June, and don't want to pay $1700. 00 round trip. Any ideas on how to get a cheaper flight?

Websites, or numbers appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Member #4214
07-08-08, 01:27
Taipei girls, and the general population here, are generally not xenophobic. If you are caucasian, single, and late-20s/mid-30's you'll have a wide selection of freebies readily available. You won't get a sense of this from ISG because freebies for single guys falls more into 'dating' as opposed to mongering. Single guys here generally don't need to monger, 'cause its all free all the time. Generally speaking, Taiwan dating culture tends to be conservative and stifling for the women, so many gravitate to western guys for that proverbial 'breathe of fresh air.'

In my experience the only guys who monger in Taiwan are hitched guys who need to avoid commitments in their extracurriculars. As you sensed, P4P in Taiwan is notoriously sparse and expensive. (I have no experience in Korea so cannot compare.)

Plus side is the 2hr flight to Manila, 1hr flight to HK, and prospects of new PRC cross-strait flights that just began this past weekend, which at some point could inject new talent and bring down prices.

Happy Hunting



Hello Taiwan board,

I am currently living in Seoul, South Korea for work, but I may have a chance in the future to go to Taiwan for business as well. I have browsed through the threads in this section and must say, when it comes to mongering, Taiwan actually sounds worse than Korea! Can someone that has been to both places give a quick summary on the differences when it comes to p4p, semi-pros, and freebees for us round-eyes? Are they as xenephobic as they are here in South Korea, I wonder?

How are the non-pros in Taiwan, especially for a younger guy like myself (late 20's-early 30's)? I find the civilian women here in Korea to be fairly conservative, but maybe I'm just going to the wrong places. Are they more liberal/loose in Taiwan?

You can also compare Taipei vs. Seoul if that's easier, since that is where I'd be headed.

Ragnarok42
07-09-08, 01:33
In my experience the only guys who monger in Taiwan are hitched guys who need to avoid commitments in their extracurriculars. As you sensed, P4P in Taiwan is notoriously sparse and expensive. (I have no experience in Korea so cannot compare.)

Plus side is the 2hr flight to Manila, 1hr flight to HK, and prospects of new PRC cross-strait flights that just began this past weekend, which at some point could inject new talent and bring down prices.


yes, mongering in Taiwan is as expensive as in the US. Though I find the prices, the girls are much better than in the US. There I would have to pay double for the same "quality".

But with the new PRC direct flights, I dont see many women coming over to be temp WGs. There are already tons of PRC girls here, I have had 2 in just the last week ;-) They dont come much cheaper than Taiwanese girls so I usually opt for Taimei.

But if you are caucasian, young(ish) and relatively friendly, you will make a killing here, no worries.

Member #4214
07-14-08, 05:44
Anyone know of a ready source for this Indian generic in Taiwan?

Planeguy
07-18-08, 03:21
I was in Taiwan years ago, and was told that the Magnolia Hotel Disco was a great pickup spot. Our company rep there called the girls "Peanut Butter Girls" because "they spread real easy. ".

Magna White
07-21-08, 18:41
I was in Taiwan years ago, and was told that the Magnolia Hotel Disco was a great pickup spot. Our company rep there called the girls "Peanut Butter Girls" because "they spread real easy. ".

This place has been closed down two years ago. You may try your luck at TGI Friday nearby.

Traveler1234
07-21-08, 18:57
Taipei girls, and the general population here, are generally not xenophobic. If you are caucasian, single, and late-20s/mid-30's you'll have a wide selection of freebies readily available. You won't get a sense of this from ISG because freebies for single guys falls more into 'dating' as opposed to mongering. Single guys here generally don't need to monger, 'cause its all free all the time. Generally speaking, Taiwan dating culture tends to be conservative and stifling for the women, so many gravitate to western guys for that proverbial 'breathe of fresh air.'


Young, single and any color will mean you can score freebies regularly.
Dating culture is far from conservative and stifling...where did you come to this conclusion?

Wapec
09-07-08, 12:10
In my experience Taipei ladies are amongst the warmest, hottest and most passionate across the whole age spectrum. In fact, I was knocked back by the warmth & passion when I first started going out with Taiwanese gals. Only thing that I will say is what caught me off guard was the difference between them in public and private. Its a very traditional society and conservative in public ie: not much emotion shown in public but they are definitely a burning flame in private.
\W


Young, single and any color will mean you can score freebies regularly.
Dating culture is far from conservative and stifling...where did you come to this conclusion?

BruceTea
12-01-08, 17:19
What the heck?

I went to buy a SIM CARD for my unlocked phone and I can't buy it without 2 IDs and a cosigner.

So foreigners can't use the cell phone with a temporary SIM card?

Is this country getting nutty over minor things? Where's the love for tourists?


Ok, so what's a guy to do?

Abc Boy
12-03-08, 01:07
Yes, Taiwan could be a ***** to foreigners sometimes. And they wonder why the hell Taiwan can't attract tourists. There are so many stupid regulations and rules that it's impossible to feel welcome sometimes.

I hear ya.

Valder
12-03-08, 04:36
2 IDs and a cosigner sounds like you are signing up for a monthly plan. Go to FarEastTone or Chungwha Telecom. You'll be able to get a SIM for a pay as you go plan that you can buy minutes for at 7/11. Should just need your passport.

Ragnarok42
12-03-08, 10:30
Yes, Taiwan could be a ***** to foreigners sometimes. And they wonder why the hell Taiwan can't attract tourists. There are so many stupid regulations and rules that it's impossible to feel welcome sometimes.

I hear ya.

It can be, but some things are a hell of a lot easier than in China. They require you to take a full physical (draw blood for an AIDS test, though they dont specifically state it) in China and you cannot get a visa on the spot. All in all its pretty lax here.

Exile
12-03-08, 11:06
What the heck?

I went to buy a SIM CARD for my unlocked phone and I can't buy it without 2 IDs and a cosigner.

So foreigners can't use the cell phone with a temporary SIM card?

Is this country getting nutty over minor things? Where's the love for tourists?

Ok, so what's a guy to do?You understood the situation correctly. This is probably the only place that I have ever seen such a thing.

Michi
12-03-08, 11:11
What the heck?

I went to buy a SIM CARD for my unlocked phone and I can't buy it without 2 IDs and a cosigner.

So foreigners can't use the cell phone with a temporary SIM card?

Is this country getting nutty over minor things? Where's the love for tourists?


Ok, so what's a guy to do?Far Eastern is relatively easy for prepaid, but that and even more bangking is a total pain here

Bnlee2
12-04-08, 02:17
What the heck?

I went to buy a SIM CARD for my unlocked phone and I can't buy it without 2 IDs and a cosigner.

So foreigners can't use the cell phone with a temporary SIM card?

Is this country getting nutty over minor things? Where's the love for tourists?


Ok, so what's a guy to do?According to the govt policy that is what they need to see. You could get one in many places without that, all they care about is "dinero".

Steve191b
12-19-08, 03:58
When I was there (2000 to 2002) and 2004, it was easy to buy a prepaid sim card in a little Chinese store. Sometimes the store for Philippine foreign workers was cheaper. The sales person could help call up the cellphone company and give them a name and address.

I usually got one for 500 nt which included 1000 nt of free time. Yes, you got more free time than the cost of the card.

Ngu Ngon
12-24-08, 20:32
When I was there (2000 to 2002) and 2004, it was easy to buy a prepaid sim card in a little Chinese store. Yep. It changed. That's what I did. Got a Chunghwa card pre-paid SIM. Just topped up. Kept it going for about 3 years. Then I got a text and couldn't top up. I had to produce two forms of ID at a Chunghwa office. "Driving license" was acceptable. But not my UK one, or an international one. They were unsure of my passport. But they decided that since all the other forms would have to be Taiwanese and I didn't live there, it was simple. I wouldn't be able to continue using the card. They suggested that maybe I could use my UK sim. Honestly they don't care about the business, just don't want to have to deal with an awkward foreigner.

The only solution was to transfer it to a Taiwanese friend who produced her ID card and health insurance card and all was OK. They didn't even bother to get me to sign something to say it was OK to transfer to her. (I'd previously registered my card with them against my passport in case I'd lost it.) It was clear I was going to continue using the card. So silly. They'd have the wrong person's details (ie the Taiwanese) than the correct person's details (ie mine). Quite how that helps fight crime, I don't know. It wasn't any form of guarantee. Anyway it "covers" Chunghwa I suppose.

Quite ridiculous. Two months later I became resident in Taiwan and transferred it back to myself, using my Alien Resident Card and health card.

All that for a pay-as-you-go card.

Well there is no point fighting about it. Local Taiwanese don't see it as a problem. "Many people use mobile phones to do crimes, especially foreigners. "

Chunghwa are probably the most rigid. I think if you get a FarEasTone pay-as-you-go at the airport they are more foreigner-friendly. I think enforcement is not as strict as before. (Unless you look like a naughty foreigner.)

Whomer
02-28-09, 16:51
Yep. It changed. That's what I did. Got a Chunghwa card pre-paid SIM.
Chunghwa are probably the most rigid. I think if you get a FarEasTone pay-as-you-go at the airport they are more foreigner-friendly. I think enforcement is not as strict as before. (Unless you look like a naughty foreigner.)

Yes, you are right. Had the same problem. First time I solved it by using a 3HK prepaid card, usable in Taiwan. This was at the beginning of 2008. Now this is too expansive for me.
My taiwanese friend bought a taiwanese pre paid card for me. He was able to register it in an anonymous way. And this works now fine for me.
The disgusting thing is that all my friends in Taiwan didn't know my new number and I had to update them.


Whomer

Valder
04-09-09, 04:16
I've come across http://love.pchome.com.tw/, which is a dating site but maybe I'm seeing a bit more. I can't read Chinese.

http://love.pchome.com.tw/match/match_classify_result.html?fc=age&fck=2&sck=2

Browsing through this I see a lot of direct contact information, prices such as 2000-3000 for 2 hours, and pictures with maybe additional albums. Seems to solve the problem of having to rely on luck with girl quality/age, being overcharged, and only 50 minute session. Will try it myself, but I'm already over budget this month.

Let me know if anyone tries this.

Jammin 2
04-11-09, 19:04
I've come across http://love.pchome.com.tw/, which is a dating site but maybe I'm seeing a bit more. I can't read Chinese.

http://love.pchome.com.tw/match/match_classify_result.html?fc=age&fck=2&sck=2

Browsing through this I see a lot of direct contact information, prices such as 2000-3000 for 2 hours, and pictures with maybe additional albums. Seems to solve the problem of having to rely on luck with girl quality/age, being overcharged, and only 50 minute session. Will try it myself, but I'm already over budget this month.

Let me know if anyone tries this.THis is a dating website, although some are clearly WG. I contacted one in Taichong by MSN. You have to be able to write in mandarin. The one I contacted wanted 3000NT for 2 hours. They ask for your phone number and then call you. Another one that I contacted in taipei refused to call because i was foreigner.

From what I have heard, the picture is often fake (bait &switch like craig's list in USA). I didn't make appointment for fear of scam. If someone tries let us know.

Abc Boy
04-14-09, 06:27
THis is a dating website, although some are clearly WG. I contacted one in Taichong by MSN. You have to be able to write in mandarin. The one I contacted wanted 3000NT for 2 hours. They ask for your phone number and then call you. Another one that I contacted in taipei refused to call because i was foreigner.

From what I have heard, the picture is often fake (bait &switch like craig's list in USA). I didn't make appointment for fear of scam. If someone tries let us know.

Come on guys, be smart. Those cutties can work in any KTV making $90,000NT a month, why make 3K for 2 hours? Answer: bait and switch. You see a cuttie, but a 40-year old will show up and if you turn her down you'll likely get a bouncer knocking on your door in 10 minutes demanding you pay for their "travel expenses"

If you guys just want straight up go to saunas and massage parlors.

Wolfy187
04-16-09, 06:39
They don't work in saunas or KTV for fear that they will run into family or they can't lie about being out everyday at the same time. Also many of them are in school or something and want to do this on the side. That is why you see them here. I hear this is getting more common in tw.

Ironfist01
04-24-09, 03:34
hey guys,

If you get caught by the police in hotel room or those motel rooms, (sometimes they just raid the rooms) what should I know? can I just pay some fine and get out or I have to get lawyer or friend to get me out?

Ironfist01
04-24-09, 04:10
Let's do a survey, perhaps add Reports as well! This pertains to Spas, Health Clubs, BBS, Hotel-short-rest bangs, KTVs, Sanchong Shacks, and/or Dance Halls, etc.

When do you usually go-a-hunting? Give us your experiences!

Mondays: Another one of my afraid days. I somehow get the feeling that cops go a-hunting on this day to catch the one or two mongers who's unlucky. Just a feelin.

Tuesdays:

Wednesdays:

Thursdays: Me likey this day. Not too weekend, not too weekdayish.

Fridays: Never been on this day.

Saturdays: I've never gone on this day. Always crowded and I'm afraid of raids. Do raids happen on Sat? I'd imagine they'd get a lot of people this way. But the women I see around the ktvs, etc. Vavooom!

Sundays: This day is so so so dead. I go on this day. But it feels like everyone's in a grumpy mood but most of the time, I find the selection excellent.

Before 7 pm: Always been my fantasy to get an afternoon quickie or go during dinnertime. Never done it since I'm chicken that "someone" will see me go in or out.

7-10 pm: I guess this is prime time. 90% of us go during this time?

10 to 1 am: The "I-think-this-time-frame-is-safe" group. Yeah, darker and much more discreet. I think midnight is when I go out. Get home at 2 am?

1 am to 3 am: Don't know. Rather sleep than hit the streets.

EDITOR'S NOTE: I would suggest that the author or another Forum Member consider posting a link to this report in the Reports of Distinction thread. Please Click Here (http://www.internationalsexguide.info/forum/announcement-reportsofdistinction.php?) for more information.If we get caught by the cop do we pay some fine to get out or have to get friends or lawyer to get us out? I heard they are really cracking it down.

Galaxxxy69
06-25-09, 17:47
I will be traveling to Taiwan next Month. I'm wondering, is this place still in business? Anyone been there recently? Do they speak English? Cost? Etc. I know the sceen is awful for providers but if I can go here on one of my days in town. It will be great.

Pluto2
07-05-09, 17:03
http://in.reuters.com/article/entertainmentNews/idINIndia-40566920090624?sp=true

Taiwan's cabinet will issue regulations within six months, when new regulations take effect, covering locations in Taiwan approved for prostitution.

The Collective of Sex Workers and Supporters, a Taipei-based advocacy group, estimates that 600,000 people are involved in sex-related jobs.

AsnDragon
09-28-09, 08:30
Finally! Taiwan is taking the right steps forth. Does anyone know which places are likely to be designated as legal red light districts?

I never understood Taiwan outlawing prostitution in the first place? I mean even Singapore, one of the world's strictest law enforced country allows prostitution, and it works out well for them. It's a win win situation in the end, the public can make sure all sex workers are tested and healthy, eliminating underground criminals being involved in the sex trade, which makes it more dangerous for girls and customers.

You just cannot fight the human urge, and you cannot outlaw the world's oldest profession.

AsnDragon


http://in.reuters.com/article/entertainmentNews/idINIndia-40566920090624?sp=true

Taiwan's cabinet will issue regulations within six months, when new regulations take effect, covering locations in Taiwan approved for prostitution.

The Collective of Sex Workers and Supporters, a Taipei-based advocacy group, estimates that 600,000 people are involved in sex-related jobs.

Nakameguro97
04-05-10, 18:55
Most of the production quality on Taiwanese TV seems subpar (with the exception of MTV-like stations), but I recently came across this late night show that's comparable to what I've seen in Tokyo:

美少女時代

This program has strong Japanese influences - I don't even know how to read the show in Mandarin, but the Japanese reading is easy - びしょうじょじだい Bishojyo Jidai. Apparently, they also sing, making them like a Taiwanese version of AKB48 or Morning Musume.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9zOWnn5-3Y

You can check it out on Channel 78 (Channel V) 1-2AM if you have Chunghwa Cable, else you can watch recordings on youtube.

I don't understand much of what they are saying, but anything with loads of teenage cuties in uniforms 制服 talking about increasing breast sizes or dating, can't be too bad.

If you know of other programs like this on tv, please post. Thx!

Ragnarok42
04-06-10, 01:24
Most of the production quality on Taiwanese TV seems subpar (with the exception of MTV-like stations), but I recently came across this late night show that's comparable to what I've seen in Tokyo:

美少女時代

This program has strong Japanese influences - I don't even know how to read the show in Mandarin, but the Japanese reading is easy - びしょうじょじだい Bishojyo Jidai. Apparently, they also sing, making them like a Taiwanese version of AKB48 or Morning Musume.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9zOWnn5-3Y

You can check it out on Channel 78 (Channel V) 1-2AM if you have Chunghwa Cable, else you can watch recordings on youtube.

I don't understand much of what they are saying, but anything with loads of teenage cuties in uniforms 制服 talking about increasing breast sizes or dating, can't be too bad.

If you know of other programs like this on tv, please post. Thx!

I have been watching the show as well but somehow most of the girls come off as silly or having too much makeup. They used to the a show on the same channel 我愛黑澀會 that became immensly popular and spawned many singers, actresses and even one beauty pagent winner. The show is still on now called 我愛黑澀幫幫堂 with boys too. Not as fun or good as before but the talent level is much better than the other show. Look for them at channel 78 at about 10pm.

Nakameguro97
04-06-10, 14:51
Thanks for the tip, Ragnorak42 - I will watch out for 我愛黑澀幫幫堂

Apparently, there is a Korean 9-member girl band called 少女時代 that predates Taiwan's 美少女時代 by several years - I doubt the similarity in name is a coincidence:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h30AHIsfuo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7mPqycQ0tQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ8pjwFHkuA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SwiSpudKWI

I've heard better Korean music, but I have to admit, I'm not listening much with these videos...

Nakameguro97
04-07-10, 18:27
Came across this link recently.

http://www.8big.org.tw/index1_8.htm

Finding service providers in Taiwan on the Web seems to be much more difficult than in Japan - I think I need to study more Mandarin.

Roni44
04-08-10, 03:14
Came across this link recently.

http://www.8big.org.tw/index1_8.htm

Finding service providers in Taiwan on the Web seems to be much more difficult than in Japan - I think I need to study more Mandarin.

Actually, there are many forums that talk but P4P, however you need to learn the local slang for P4P. Instead of saying WG or SP, they use eatting fish 吃魚or drinking tea喝茶. And to obtain any P4P info's from the sites, you are required to spend some insane amount of time and energy. Go google Taiwan, and search in Taiwan page only, type in 吃魚or 喝茶to the sites. And you don't read Chinese, you are out of luck.

Romeo0310
07-10-10, 23:58
Came across this link recently.

http://www.8big.org.tw/index1_8.htm

Finding service providers in Taiwan on the Web seems to be much more difficult than in Japan - I think I need to study more Mandarin.You can now translate sites from Chinese to English for free with Google Translator:

http://translate.google.com

Just enter in the URL.

Romeo0310
07-11-10, 00:14
In Taiwan, I am basically bored to death, suffocated and depressed. The culture and environment there makes me feel repressed, as if it wants to suppress who I am. Basically, I don't get any social, cultural or intellectual stimulation there. Let me explain simply.

No social stimulation

I don't get any social stimulation in Taiwan because people there do not talk to strangers, and are cold, repressed, inhibited, stuck up and closed. Their body movements are stiff, and they ignore strangers unless it's for business. It's like they are almost inhuman.

This is especially true with young people, who in family gatherings (like my own) sit there like statues with no expression, not talking or having any opinion on anything, while their parents chat away with each other about trivial things.

Whenever I go out, I don't meet anyone, even in a crowded city. People are standoffish, closed, introverted, shy, and prefer to ignore you completely if they don't know you. Taiwan is like a Twilight Zone in that I often feel like I'm the only normal human there, while everyone else has been artificially altered to become zombies, like in a bad sci fi movie.

Basically, if they don't know you, you don't exist to them.

Worst of all, when you see a beautiful girl, you can't say hi to her or "excuse me" or anything that will get her to stop and talk to you (like you can in most of the rest of the world). She will usually ignore you and walk through you like you don't exist. Terrible.

It's one of the worst places to be if you're an extrovert, like me. How can I not suffocate in Taiwan? I'm outgoing and like fun, excitement and meeting people. But Taiwan is one of the worst cultures for that. Everyone only works and talks to people in their cliques. Nothing else. There is no social energy at all. None. I am VERY sensitive to vibes and energy, so I know what I'm talking about. Plus I am known to possess deep insight about people.

Sometimes in Taiwan, I go so crazy of boredom and lack of social stimulation that I want to yell out into a crowd, "Taiwan is so ant****ial!" just to get attention and feel like I exist. That's how terrible it gets. Taiwan simply brings out the worst in me. It tries to put me into a mechanical box that is lifeless, for it falsely assumes that I am shy, introverted, ant****ial, and workaholic, like its own people are, since I am ethnically Taiwanese (though not in mind and soul).

If anyone claims that I am wrong, let them prove it and demonstrate that what I say above does not apply to the vast majority of Taiwanese (one or two exceptions does NOT count, if 99 percent of the population fit what I describe above!). If they can, I'll give them $500. Otherwise, they are all talk and BS. The fact that no one can prove me wrong, even for $500, says a lot about the truth of these observations.

No cultural stimulation

As for culture, I do not find much culture in Taiwan, other than the variety of Chinese food there.

Basically, the culture is one of a staunch workaholic attitude. Most people's only interest is in food and making money. There is no love of knowledge, wisdom, spirituality, adventure, or intellectualism.

The buildings have no culture in them at all. They are basically concrete slabs stacked together with commercial signs in Chinese at the bottom. There is no beauty in them at all. Every street pretty much looks the same. I would not call that culture.

Sure there are a few temples and shrines here and there, but that's it. There is nothing in Taiwan that you can't find anywhere else, either natural or artificial.

The only thing that Taiwan has a big variety of is food. There are so many variations of food in Taiwan that even locals have not tried everything there is to try there. New variations of cuisine and snacks pop up all the time. But this is because Taiwanese view food as their primary interest in life, besides making money that is.

And of course, if you want to count Chinese language as "culture" be my guest. But my standards are far higher than yours.

No intellectual stimulation

You will not get much intellectual stimulation in Taiwan, not from their TV programs and not from most people, who are not well read or learned in a variety of topics.

Most Taiwanese people are simple and understand only simple practical things. They do not think about abstract topics or converse about intellingent deep meaningful things. As I mentioned, there is no love of knowledge, wisdom, spirituality, adventure, or intellectualism.

If you could listen in on their conversations in Chinese or Taiwanese, and understand them, you'd see that they are basically talking about boring trivial shit. The conversations are about practical things and shallow in nature. Not deep, sophisticated, or intelligent.

Occasionally, the elderly and middle aged in Taiwan may give you intelligent meaningful conversation. But not the young crowd. No way. They are as unopinionated and expressionless as you can get. I don't mean to be mean, but that's what I always see in them.

As for me, the only intellectual stimulation I get in Taiwan is from my work and interactions on the internet, or from foreign expats there. But from the locals (especially young locals) forget it.

Now I would like to add "no sexual stimulation" to this list, but I shouldn't because it would make me look like a horny bastard or pervert. So I'll leave that out of this for now.

Conclusion:

Other than a variety of good Chinese food, hot looking Chinese barbie dolls that are "look (briefly) but don't touch", and jobs for English teachers, Taiwan really has nothing to offer, and nothing you can't get anywhere else.

What's odd about all this is that no one else on the internet admits to it. They all claim Taiwan is wonderful, friendly and interesting. Some say the girls are loose and easy too! On the big Forumosa Forum, comprised of expats in Taiwan, some do admit to Taiwanese girls being ant****ial to strangers, but only occasionally. The rest deny it or are afraid to talk about it and get defensive if you do. Very bizarre. How can something as obvious as the blue sky or 2+2=4 be denied?

Now, I did go to an expat party in Taiwan once, full of English teachers. Most of them described Taiwan as "weird and stuck up" and wished they were somewhere else. So I have heard negative comments about Taiwan in real life from foreigners. Yet for some reason you won't find them online much. I'm surprised about that and can't fully explain it.

Put yourself in my shoes though. If you saw that the sky was blue, yet no one wanted to admit it or they denied it, what would you do? Speak the truth, or lie to avoid looking like a freak to others?

Romeo0310
07-11-10, 00:34
Need help! 3 serious questions about Taiwan

1. How do you meet or approach girls in Taiwan outside of "conservative introductions through friends"? I mean, the way I meet and chat up girls in Europe, Russia, The Philippines and even America definitely does NOT work in Taiwan. Saying "Hi how are you" or "Excuse me miss" or flirting or complimenting them does NOT elicit an open sociable response from them. They either react by ignoring you or looking annoyed, and you get the vibe that it is inappropriate.

Even the act of approaching them itself feels uncomfortable, creepy, inappropriate and out of bounds. I KNOW it is not my imagination or due to any lack of bravery on my part either. It's like the vibe of the culture is constantly telling me "Mind your own business. Do not talk to girls that you see. Keep your distance and leave them alone. Communication is for business-related purposes only. We exist to work, not socialize."

So what can you do? How do you get an introverted, repressed, closed, and stuck up girl to open up? (pardon my frankness)

Is there a socially acceptable Chinese way of approaching or chatting up girls in Taiwan?

2. How do you even tolerate living in Taiwan for long? Every time I go out I feel so depressed and gloomy. It's awful. I am very sensitive and feel vibes and energy around me very acutely. Everywhere I go in Taiwan, I see these highly REPRESSED cold stuck up closed inhibited faces everywhere. Their body language is of total introversion and inhibition, especially the young females. It makes them almost INHUMAN, like robots or zombies who have been "altered" like in some scary sci fi horror movie! That gets me down, just like the ant****ial, anti-stranger, cliquish mentality of the US does. So how the hell do you tolerate that here? I could not live here for very long, despite the good food and modern conveniences.

3. Why do none of the expat blogs about Taiwan mention the above? Is it cause it's taboo to say these things even though they're true? Or is it because Taiwan tends to attracted reserved introverted expats as well, so they don't notice anything abnormal? Or are they too polite to be honest, so they only say nice positive things to avoid offending anyone?

I can't imagine any average Joe in the US coming to Taiwan and fitting in. Taiwan seems to be a workaholic culture, not a fun, relaxed, passionate culture. But of course, it's taboo to mention that, because you aren't supposed to see things the way they are.

Can you give me serious answers to these questions, with no bull or politically correct claptrap?

Thank you.

Update: I was just at Pizza Hut today. And damn! This SUPER HOT girl walked in with sexy smooth legs and face. I said hi to her but she ignored me. I wanted to say it louder or approach her, but it felt so illegal and wrong! I hate that! It was EXCRUCIATING just sitting there and watching her, not being able to do anything about it! I felt so handicapped and incapacitated. I hate that. Every time I go out in Taiwan this happens! I can't stand it! What can I do? Why can't Taiwan be more socially open like most other countries? How do other expats here tolerate this? It's EXCRUCIATING and painful to deal with this everyday here! It's so FRUSTRATING beyond words! What can I do?

What I hate the most is that it is taboo to point out the truth about this, just like in the US, where no matter how unfairly men are treated by women, no matter how many double standards there are against them, they cannot complain about it or tell the truth about it, else they will be condemned as losers, sexists or mysnogymists. That sucks. Essentially you aren't allowed to say the truth, but are expected to follow the hive mentality and mind control that the culture and media programs into you, no matter what! It's like "follow your programming, do not speak the truth".

Romeo0310
07-11-10, 01:11
Any of you guys out there got any info on Chiayi or Tai Pau.

Christ, it aint easy being white in this town.

Info would be greatly appreciated.

TY

TSI'm an ABC in Chiayi visiting my family, and it's depressing. Every time we go out, no one talks to me. It's totally ant****ial. I can't even be my extroverted outgoing self without feeling like a creep or freak. ICK! It's like a sci fi horror movie where everyone's turned into a zombie but me.

And I am not bad looking either.

Does anyone know where to get any action in Chiayi or at least meet any girls who will acknowledge my existence? The ant****iality and introversion here is sickening.

Any suggestions?

Romeo0310
07-11-10, 01:44
Have any of you approached any hot looking Betel nut girls? If so, what was the result? How do you start a conversation with them? Some of them look like models!

E Z Rhino
07-11-10, 17:39
Hi all,

What do you all think of these taboo observations about Taiwan? How much truth is in them?

http://intellectualexpat.********.com/2010/05/observations-about-taiwanese-people.html

Also, me and an expat in Taipei are having a debate about approaching Taiwanese girls in this thread. Which one of us is right?

http://www.*************.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=7583

What do you think? Any comments or experiences?
I think you should read more of the many existing posts. There are some guys here who are very positive and getting plenty of trim.

I don't know if you wrote any or all of the stuff in those articles. My advice to those writers is the Taiwanese saying "You think too much." Or, no offense, if things are so terrible here, and you have such a negative mindset about it, maybe try one of the other 250 countries on the planet.

Last thought: "Wisdom begins when you stop blaming other people for your problems."

Romeo0310
07-11-10, 20:16
I think you should read more of the many existing posts. There are some guys here who are very positive and getting plenty of trim.

I don't know if you wrote any or all of the stuff in those articles. My advice to those writers is the Taiwanese saying "You think too much." Or, no offense, if things are so terrible here, and you have such a negative mindset about it, maybe try one of the other 250 countries on the planet.

Last thought: "Wisdom begins when you stop blaming other people for your problems."Rhino,

Being positive has nothing to do with this. You can't change a whole culture or cultural mentality by being positive. It helps with some things, but not everything.

The fact is, it is NOT in Taiwan culture for women to talk to strangers. This is common knowledge in Taiwan. Honest Taiwanese do not deny it either, even though it's taboo to state it that way. But it's true. Confront Taiwanese that you know. They will admit it. Ask all couples in Taiwan how they met. They will tell you they met through conservative channels. Through school, work or their friends. Not from random approaches or chat ups in public.

Approaching girls does work in Europe, Russia and Latin America, which are open passionate cultures. But not in Taiwan, Japan or Hong Kong. If you are a stud or look like a model, you might be able to do it sometimes, but not for an average guy. NO WAY!

The fact is that Taiwanese girls are scared of strangers, esp male strangers. They are like deer. They spook easily. Being positive doesn't change that.

Listen to what this Taiwanese girl I wrote on Couchsurfing.com said about it when I brought it up. She was offended but admitted that I'm right:

"Hi, winston,

What a long letter! Haha

Actually, I admit I feel a little offended when I read your mail first time. (sorry)

But then, I thought you are right.

If we compare taiwan with other countries, I know, our people are colder and more shy. It is truth. I think it is because of our culture and traditon. We are not so welcome to strangers, just most people want to protect themselves first.

I totally agree you that people affect each other. So when your surrounding is a close space(people just chat or talk with their friends), you will be a member of them, no doubt.

But I still notice sth different between our sentences,

I think why you feel so disappointed about taiwanese, maybe one reason is just because of you are a male. People are usually more freindly to female than to male.

Another reason is maybe you go to wrong place, for example, if on the road, maybe most people don't want to talk to you because they are busy or they are teached don't talk to strangers. But if you go to social places, like pubs, concerts, night markets, restaueants, shopping streets, etc. You might find sth a little different.

And I said that people in chiayi are kind and friendly,

I mean people who live in southern part of taiwan are more friendly than northern part of taiwan. (every taiwanese knows this.)

Ofcourse we can't compare with USA, europe and other western countries I know. But heyhey I am very sure that we are better than China!

So how is your trip in taiwan? Maybe you can try other couchsurfers!

Enjoy!

Amber"

Even an ABC here in Taiwan that wrote me from Craigslist confessed to this reality, which can be empirically demonstrated:

[I]Hi again guy,

Well you can check out Forumosa.com. They have dating/relationship link that people usually post on to chat on stuff like this and the problems that your presenting seem to be pretty common among those guys as well so maybe read up on some extra advice/experiences there.

As far as my opinion/advice goes for your questioins:

1. You can't really chat up girls in Taiwan. You need some type of common activity together like work, school or yes.common friends. Maybe try doing some extra curricular activities like painting, drawing or teaching english to find a connection that way. (Yep, lame)

2. Umm. I'm not too sure about my own tolerance because I'm pretty easy going and also I'm here for specific purposes so I usually concentrate on those things and hope meeting new folks will come along the way.

3. Like mentioned earlier, they do blog about this issue pretty often at Forumosa.com so check it out. They might give you better insight/techniques as opposed to my lame stuff.

Anyhow, nice talkin' with ya and good luck, bud!

-George]/I]

Lustforthrust
07-11-10, 21:33
you think too much!

Seems to me you have a chip on your shoulder and take rejection seriously.

My game is tight and I am constantly hit on by chics, even veiled chics! But I get rejected, it's all part of the game.
Sometimes, it starts out well and then peters out. Sometimes, it starts off shaky and then gets better. I am at that stage that when I ask the chic's name and she doesn't ask for mine, I bail. If looks Filipina or Thai or Indo, I ignore them. But that's me. If she's fat or slow or dresses to kill, I am blind.
If she leans back or her shoulders turn away from me or she crosses her arms or looks away when I am speaking to her, I dump her astonished ass, mid conversation. I reject more than I am rejected. But I didn't start off like that.

When I lived in Taipei, I made out with a chic I met at a coin-laundry, a block off of Lin Shun Bei Lu. Another one had a boyfriend - we met in the swimming pool, 500 yards north of Lin Shun.
There are very good looking chics working in the bars on that dark street (well, used to be kinda unlit back in 2003). They are always up for fun.

You are right about Taiwanese chicas in that they are like country-bumpkins in many ways, despite the lady-like appearances they put on. Remember these folks are the 1911 Chinese, not Mao's new Chinese.

My suggestion to you is to quit being so uptight about being ABC or an expat or whatever the fcuk you think you are. Just be a normal guy and hit on women everywhwere. Good luck!

E Z Rhino
07-12-10, 10:41
Romeo,

A books you might like, The Ugly Chinaman by Bo Wang. Hard to find they tried to censor it but its on p2p. Also The Enigma of Japanese Power: People and Politics in a Stateless Nation by Karel Van Wolferen talks about how screwed up Japan is and why.

Also a website, chinasmack, translates all type of ill stuff that goes on in mainland China into English.

There are plenty of guys here on this forum who had different experience than you and picked up girls in Taiwan. Just read through the forum postings if you can take it. I will allow that this is not exactly the best place in Asia for players, for hobbyists, or for missionaries. But it's not as impossible as you make it out to be. Though your mindset is sure making your life harder.

Why don't you try Shanghai, those Chinese girls will talk to you and more. They have other problems and you can write about them, but at least you'll get your wick wet.

You could read through the PUA books but I suggest you discard about 80% of it which is not accurate or not for you.

-EZ

Romeo0310
08-14-10, 10:16
I have a simple but taboo question.

How do you break the ice with Taiwanese women? Everywhere I go, they don't talk to strangers. If you don't know them, you don't exist to them. They never make eye contact with you, unless they are wondering "What the F is he looking at?" You can wave, smile, say "hey babe" or "hi" or "excuse me" to them, and they will pass by you like you don't exist. You can be in a crowded public place, like a night market or hip trendy district in Taipei, with THOUSANDS of girls, yet ALL of them will ignore you! It's horrible and incredibly futile!

But what can you do?

You can't be open and direct with them like you can in many OTHER cultures (European, Australian, Latin America, Russia, Southeast Asia, etc.). It just doesn't work. Taiwanese culture is highly indirect, not open. People only talk to those they know. Anyone who watches my videos in Russia (to find them, go to YouTube and type "foreign women encounters" in the search box) can see that the girls there are very open, direct, relaxed and natural. It is totally NOT like that in Taiwan at all, at least not for Asian guys (white guys may be an exception sometimes).

So what can you do?

And why is it that NONE of the 20+ blogs and forums about Taiwan NEVER talk about this or address it? Why is my blog the only one?

Why is truth so unpopular? Why is political correctness so popular? Why am I the only honest blogger with guts in this area?

Now, being Taiwanese myself, I know that in conventional Taiwanese culture, guys and girls meet the conservative nerdy way, through connecting activities like school, work, extracurricular activities, and through mutual friends. People don't just talk to strangers in public, unless its for commercial reasons, especially among young adults. Any honest Taiwanese (who is not brainwashed by the politically correct Western media) will admit that this is their culture.

I know this, but I am not conservative and nerdy. I am open, direct, straightforward, upfront and relaxed. But in Taiwan, I'm the only one and definitely stick out like a sore thumb. I do not know how to be indirect and go the conservative route? That's not the way I am, and it's difficult to pretend to be something I'm not.

However, some foreigners in Taiwan say it's a dating paradise where they live like rock stars. Well I'm not white. I'm Asian. So am I screwed?

How do you get introverted, repressed, closed, inhibited, stuck up girls to open up? (pardon my frankness)

Is there a socially acceptable "Chinese way" of approaching or chatting up girls in Taiwan?

Being a Chinese American in Taiwan is a bizarre experience between a rock and a hard place. You are seen and treated like local Taiwanese, but you do not have the mind of one nor do you act like a local Taiwanese. So you cannot conform to their perception of you. You can't be who you are cause they have no category for who you are. To their black and white view, everyone is either a Taiwanese or a foreigner. And you aren't a true foreigner to them if you're not white. So you don't fit into either perception. It's an odd situation.

In fact, how do you meet people at all in Taiwan? No one talks to you if they don't know you. There is no eye contact at all. It's unnatural to meet people. There is a negative repressed energy everywhere. And the worst part is that if you talk about it, it makes you look like a loser! So what the F can you do?!

Romeo0310
08-14-10, 10:19
An expat friend of mine in Taipei who has been here for many years, told me that TW girls just don't like some guys for some reason, even if there is nothing wrong with them. Here is how he explained it.


Some people do get lots of attention, dates, and sex in Taiwan. That's a fact. I know of many personally. And a lot of these get nothing back in their home countries. So Taiwan is a great social boost for some guys.

Its true that for whatever reason, some guys turn girls off in Taiwan. When I used to have lots of gal pals, I would sometimes ask them what they thought of certain guys, sometimes just strangers we observed when people watching. There responses would sometimes surprise me. They might say he looks like a bad person or make some comment about his eyebrows being too close together or some other bizarre thing. With others, they would say he looks, so cute, approachable, innocent, friendly, etc. They would not comment specifically on whether the guy was handsome, average, or ugly unless I phrased my question very specifically - Do you think he is handsome / ugly / ordinary? They tended to observe lots of details instead of focusing on how good looking the guy was.

I used to have a friend, virtual ABC just like you. He was a nice enough guy and treated his mates well. He probably met at least 10 of my female Taiwanese friends at different stages. They all did not like him. Some of them thought he stared at their tits. Others thought he was a spaced-out pervert. A few were polite to his face but kept a distance. Others were cold and sometimes even rude when he tried to talk to them. They all seemed to think he was a loser. When I asked them why, they could never give me a logical answer. It was just the feeling they got from him. I reckon this is what you mean by vibes.

It sounds like, from all you've said, that you young Taiwanese girls can't stand you but the Filipinas love you. Why try to swim upstream. Focus you attention where its wanted. What do you think? Why are TW girls like that?

Romeo0310
08-14-10, 10:21
Btw,

Can any of you guys go mongering with me in Taiwan?

Taichung is the closest major city to me.

I can't receive PM's here cause I'm not a paying member. But you can contact me here:

[Email address deleted by Admin]

Thanks

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Romeo0310
08-14-10, 10:38
Btw, what about the fact that in TW people don't talk to strangers unless they are both involved in organized activities? That IS part of the culture. So why are you all not taking it into consideration?

Romeo0310
08-16-10, 18:47
Btw,

Can any of you guys go mongering with me in Taiwan?

Taichung is the closest major city to me.

I can't receive PM's here cause I'm not a paying member. But you can contact me here:

[Email address deleted by Admin]

Thanks

EDITOR's NOTE: This report was edited to remove email addresses in the text. Please do not post email addresses in the Forum. Instead, please invite other Forum Members to contact you directly via the Forum's Private Messaging system. Thanks!It was not an email address. It was a link to a contact form.

Ok well PM me then. But I'm not sure if I can check PM's here as a free member?

Valder
09-29-10, 08:33
When I first came to Taiwan I got a mix reaction although after two years I am getting mostly positive vibes. I'm mixed. A lot of it comes down to the smile. Taiwanese people don't really smile in general and it has a big effect of them.

Another thing I was doing wrong was going out dress slick like I was going to a club in the states. I needed to tone things down and always look casual.

The best way to get and meet girls is to chain them. What I mean is, if you want to initiate with a girl bring a very talkative girl with you. The girls will chat in Chinese but you get friend points too somehow. And then you can always talk to that girl again. If you don't have a talkative girl to start with you going to have to talk to a guy first and then go to a girl. Basically, its all about groups so don't look lonely.

Unstoppable
12-25-10, 02:46
I know this is a forum to share mongering information so I'd like to apologize in advance for asking questions not related to mongering.

I would like to move to Taipei in the near future. What kind of employment can someone that does not write Chinese find? Even though Mandarin is my first language, I can't write it because I've been in the states since I was 8 years old. Any suggestions?

Typhun
12-27-10, 09:22
What kind of employment can someone that does not write Chinese find? As long as your English can pass for that of a native-speaker and you have a university diploma, you'll have no difficulty finding an English-teaching job.

Other obvious options are translation (to English, since you don't write Chinese) , English editing, copyreading, and writing for English newspapers / magazines.

Abc Boy
02-04-11, 08:30
Damn it what happened to this place? Haven't been here for a few months and though I would miss a lot, but it turns out I have missed nothing. Come on guys, is Taiwan that boring?

Anyway, I'm heading back to Taiwan in early March and is taking reservations for a group KTV adventure. Please tell me what you guys are into:

1) Uniform KTVs: Girls are usually 5-6 in looks (remember I'm picky, so you might think they are 8-9) , but they are very daring and go all out in pleasing you and playing "games" with you. Charge by the hour (plus room fee and how much alcohol you drink)

2) Plain Clothes KTVs: Girls are usually guaranteed to be 8-10 in looks, good height, and decent body."Business" included in the price. Downside: you need to pay for the girl for the whole day (easily $25, 000 to $30, 000)

3) Dress Clothes KTVs: Girls are usually good looking. 7-8. Pay by the hour,"business" charge extra. They are less daring in playing games, but will submit if you work hard enough.

I am more of a lone ranger type so I will probably only join you guys for the first hour, and then I will go. But you guys can stay and have fun.

Let me know who's in.

Ginseng1000
02-13-11, 08:37
Damn it what happened to this place? Haven't been here for a few months and though I would miss a lot, but it turns out I have missed nothing. Come on guys, is Taiwan that boring?

Anyway, I'm heading back to Taiwan in early March and is taking reservations for a group KTV adventure. Please tell me what you guys are into:

1) Uniform KTVs: Girls are usually 5-6 in looks (remember I'm picky, so you might think they are 8-9) , but they are very daring and go all out in pleasing you and playing "games" with you. Charge by the hour (plus room fee and how much alcohol you drink)

2) Plain Clothes KTVs: Girls are usually guaranteed to be 8-10 in looks, good height, and decent body."Business" included in the price. Downside: you need to pay for the girl for the whole day (easily $25, 000 to $30, 000)

3) Dress Clothes KTVs: Girls are usually good looking. 7-8. Pay by the hour,"business" charge extra. They are less daring in playing games, but will submit if you work hard enough.

I am more of a lone ranger type so I will probably only join you guys for the first hour, and then I will go. But you guys can stay and have fun.

Let me know who's in.Hey ABC boy,

When in March will you be back? I just moved back to taiwan from SF / LA and looking for a partner in crime.

Flyboy 2000
04-07-11, 07:11
From AFP wire (April 7, 2011)

Taiwan's government said Thursday it is planning to create legal red-light districts so that it can police the sex trade more easily and protect sex workers' rights.

Under the proposal, sex workers would be able to apply for licences to operate in authorised zones and would be punished for plying their trade elsewhere, along with their clients.

Prostitutes currently face three days in jail or a fine of up to Tw$30, 000 ($1, 000) if they are caught providing sexual services while their clients go unpunished.

"The government intends to open up the sex industry to a moderate degree to better regulate it in accordance with the majority of public opinions," said Liu Wen-shih, of the interior ministry, which is due to submit the proposal to the cabinet next month.

A poll commissioned by the ministry late last year found that 76. 5 percent were in favour of conditionally opening up the sex trade while 14. 5 percent wanted a ban and 7. 6 percent supported unconditional opening.

The ministry dropped an earlier plan to allow small-scale brothels without zoning because it would be too difficult to keep a tab on them, Liu said.

While there is no official figure for the scale of Taiwan's sex industry, observers estimate it involves hundreds of thousands of people and generates billions of US dollars a year.

DirtyCanuck
07-07-11, 09:56
Also keen to experience Taiwan with someone with some local expertise. Have started visiting regularily for business but have not yet got into the swing of things.

Hope to hear from you soon.


Damn it what happened to this place? Haven't been here for a few months and though I would miss a lot, but it turns out I have missed nothing. Come on guys, is Taiwan that boring?

Anyway, I'm heading back to Taiwan in early March and is taking reservations for a group KTV adventure. Please tell me what you guys are into:

1) Uniform KTVs: Girls are usually 5-6 in looks (remember I'm picky, so you might think they are 8-9) , but they are very daring and go all out in pleasing you and playing "games" with you. Charge by the hour (plus room fee and how much alcohol you drink)

2) Plain Clothes KTVs: Girls are usually guaranteed to be 8-10 in looks, good height, and decent body."Business" included in the price. Downside: you need to pay for the girl for the whole day (easily $25, 000 to $30, 000)

3) Dress Clothes KTVs: Girls are usually good looking. 7-8. Pay by the hour,"business" charge extra. They are less daring in playing games, but will submit if you work hard enough.

I am more of a lone ranger type so I will probably only join you guys for the first hour, and then I will go. But you guys can stay and have fun.

Let me know who's in.

SmLv99
07-09-11, 20:13
I've had pretty good luck in Tainan. Hot wg's are hard to find, but you can usually find streetwalkers on the corner of Minzu & Simen (Ximen) roads. In the same area, there are some shitty little motels with girls in the lobby. There's another spot I've seen, but never tried. It's got a pink sign and is only open after 9pm or so. It's down an alley right off of Minzu & Guohua. It's a relatively safe area, so feel free to cruise around on foot. There's always a few girls in the lobby of the pink-sign place, but they're middle aged and probably won't do too much (but they'll be cheaper).

The Spa's are a better choice. There's a place I've hit a few times near Anping district. It's really close to the 24hr Carrefour, so PM me if you need a map. The girls are older, but they give you a full wash, BBBJ, and will fuck you well. The girls have numbers. #25 is older, but fun. She cums hard and frequently, and the harder you fuck her, the harder she fucks back. There's another girl. #9. Who will give you BBFS if you're into that. For 2500NT, it's a pretty good deal.

The massage parlors have been a disappointment. Nothing really happens there besides a good massage.

The barbershops are everywhere. And shitty little KTV's are on every other street. There's always a selection of middle aged and older women there that probably won't do much more than a HJ. But if you want to take a little drive, just get on the road heading towards Kaohsiung (after 9 or 10p) and you'll notice lots of colorful barber poles, but few other open businesses. Slow down and look in the windows. Those ladies inside are all working girls. I've never tried.

But if you're in Tainan, and you want a sure thing, go to Kaohsiung. Just hop on the train, and when you get there, exit the rear of the train station. Make a left, go about 3 blocks, and look for a place called Romantic City (or something like that). It's a *house and the girls are pretty cute. It's less than 3000NT for 50 minutes. But they're good for a wash, massage, hot tea BBBJ, and some energetic fucking.

Taiwan is a fun place, though more challenging than Bangkok or Phuket, but the girls here seem to enjoy their job more and enjoy a good shag.

TJ222
07-10-11, 01:55
New to the scene, but not Taiwan. But I have to agree most massage places seem to just be regular massage places, so far. Although I did have one older woman offer a HJ after the third massage (thought in Chinese, so I had no idea at the time. She doesn't work there anymore. Oh well).

Anyway, just want to thank all those who have done the legwork. Will definitely have to check out some of the places everyone has talked about.

SurferPalm
07-18-11, 16:49
I called one ad from the newspaper, the girl was disgusting. I told her to send me some good selection because I am here for more than a week and need a good service. She said OK, but she sent me a disgusting dark complexioned girl. I do not like this place.

SurferPalm
07-18-11, 18:04
I called one ad from the newspaper, the girl was disgusting. I told her to send me some good selection because I am here for more than a week and need a good service. She said OK, but she sent me a disgusting dark complexioned girl. I do not like this place.I didn't even do anything. Just paid her 500 taxi money and sent her back right from the door. X- (

FreebieFan
07-19-11, 02:17
I didn't even do anything. Just paid her 500 taxi money and sent her back right from the door. X- (Wow I never saw anyone reply to their own message before?

Shufei
07-19-11, 08:29
Wow I never saw anyone reply to their own message before?Hmm. And this is my 1st time see a member with so many posts in this forum. Wow you hav so much free time hehe.

Onilove96
04-21-12, 22:07
From AFP wire (April 7, 2011)

Taiwan's government said Thursday it is planning to create legal red-light districts so that it can police the sex trade more easily and protect sex workers' rights.

Under the proposal, sex workers would be able to apply for licences to operate in authorised zones and would be punished for plying their trade elsewhere, along with their clients.

Prostitutes currently face three days in jail or a fine of up to Tw$30, 000 ($1, 000) if they are caught providing sexual services while their clients go unpunished.

"The government intends to open up the sex industry to a moderate degree to better regulate it in accordance with the majority of public opinions," said Liu Wen-shih, of the interior ministry, which is due to submit the proposal to the cabinet next month.

A poll commissioned by the ministry late last year found that 76. 5 percent were in favour of conditionally opening up the sex trade while 14. 5 percent wanted a ban and 7. 6 percent supported unconditional opening.

The ministry dropped an earlier plan to allow small-scale brothels without zoning because it would be too difficult to keep a tab on them, Liu said.

While there is no official figure for the scale of Taiwan's sex industry, observers estimate it involves hundreds of thousands of people and generates billions of US dollars a year.Does anyone know if Taiwan has legalized prostitution? Thanks for the reply.

Tabasco72
04-22-12, 12:34
Does anyone know if Taiwan has legalized prostitution? Thanks for the reply.Yes. But they didn't create any red-light district.

T. 72

Ickywicky
06-05-12, 02:30
Yeah, to explain what he means, prostitution was officially legalized but only in certain areas. These areas, however, nobody really wants, so there is no real legal prostitution.

Blk Big Bootyluv
01-30-13, 02:34
this sounds very nice. would you or another member be kind enough to upload some google links / maps. my wing man and i will be in taipei for 22 hours on layover to thailand.

i was thinking of staying at a hostel or hotel near the airport or a quick cab ride away. we speak no chinese and are going to stick out like sore thumbs.

as our time is very limited we would just like some activities that are easy and away from the hotel. i have been reading the posts for a few days and have synthesized that we can have in call or out call service of several sorts. handjobs or full service but, it appears that all the information is rep001tered throughout the island and not concentrated to a specific area.

now with that being said i have a seem many posts about a place called caesars. it seems like that place might be what we are looking for but it is far from the airport and is quite expensive for a short time.

thank you.

peace,

bbl


i've had pretty good luck in tainan. hot wg's are hard to find, but you can usually find streetwalkers on the corner of minzu & simen (ximen) roads. in the same area, there are some shitty little motels with girls in the lobby. there's another spot i've seen, but never tried. it's got a pink sign and is only open after 9pm or so. it's down an alley right off of minzu & guohua. it's a relatively safe area, so feel free to cruise around on foot. there's always a few girls in the lobby of the pink-sign place, but they're middle aged and probably won't do too much (but they'll be cheaper).

the spa's are a better choice. there's a place i've hit a few times near anping district. it's really close to the 24hr carrefour, so pm me if you need a map. the girls are older, but they give you a full wash, bbbj, and will fuck you well. the girls have numbers. #25 is older, but fun. she cums hard and frequently, and the harder you fuck her, the harder she fucks back. there's another girl. #9. who will give you bbfs if you're into that. for 2500nt, it's a pretty good deal.

the massage parlors have been a disappointment. nothing really happens there besides a good massage.

the barbershops are everywhere. and shitty little ktv's are on every other street. there's always a selection of middle aged and older women there that probably won't do much more than a hj. but if you want to take a little drive, just get on the road heading towards kaohsiung (after 9 or 10p) and you'll notice lots of colorful barber poles, but few other open businesses. slow down and look in the windows. those ladies inside are all working girls. i've never tried.

but if you're in tainan, and you want a sure thing, go to kaohsiung. just hop on the train, and when you get there, exit the rear of the train station. make a left, go about 3 blocks, and look for a place called romantic city (or something like that). it's a *house and the girls are pretty cute. it's less than 3000nt for 50 minutes. but they're good for a wash, massage, hot tea bbbj, and some energetic fucking.

taiwan is a fun place, though more challenging than bangkok or phuket, but the girls here seem to enjoy their job more and enjoy a good shag.

Member #4310
02-01-13, 16:16
bbl. it will cost you a few bucks to get to taipei from taoyun airport. while its nice to sleep on a real bed instead of the airport lobby, expect to spend a few bucks to get anywhere from the airport. its about 20 minutes to taoyun and closer to 1 hour to taipei from the airport. make sure its worth your time to travel the distance. i think many bros think that since you are heard to thailand, its probably better to save your money and just wait out the layover.

if you want to stay at the hotel closest to caesar's, that would probably be sunworld dynasty hotel.

good luck


this sounds very nice. would you or another member be kind enough to upload some google links / maps. my wing man and i will be in taipei for 22 hours on layover to thailand.

i was thinking of staying at a hostel or hotel near the airport or a quick cab ride away. we speak no chinese and are going to stick out like sore thumbs.

as our time is very limited we would just like some activities that are easy and away from the hotel. i have been reading the posts for a few days and have synthesized that we can have in call or out call service of several sorts. handjobs or full service but, it appears that all the information is rep001tered throughout the island and not concentrated to a specific area.

now with that being said i have a seem many posts about a place called caesars. it seems like that place might be what we are looking for but it is far from the airport and is quite expensive for a short time.

thank you.

peace,

bbl

Blk Big Bootyluv
02-02-13, 03:24
hey thanks loco. i have been trying to justify the 55min taxi ride (google maps) from the airport to taipei city. although i love saving a buck, i will be had pressed to spend 20 hours in the chairs at the airport, thinking everyone that walks by me is going to steal my bags lol, as i doze in an out of consciousness. after a 16 hour flight we will need to stretch our legs for a while.

hell we might see something we've never seen before and learn a little bit about china even though not in "china"? after reading a little more about caesar's we will probably not like that spot. i'm sure we can find something touristy for our 1 day.

we will, more than likely, not monger if it is too much of a logistical nightmare. although i did read a post about a tea shop with a massage parlor next door. if i can get some tea a decent massage and a romp for hmmm $50 to $100 bucks then that will be cool. other than that we will just find a hotel in taipei and walk around our immediate area and hit the airport in the morning. as you mentioned we are just several hours away from a better deal in thailand. i'm just being honest with myself.

i think my wingman and i are just going to bite the bullet and speed the $200 to $300 bucks on keeping busy in taipei city?

peace.

bbl


bbl. it will cost you a few bucks to get to taipei from taoyun airport. while its nice to sleep on a real bed instead of the airport lobby, expect to spend a few bucks to get anywhere from the airport. its about 20 minutes to taoyun and closer to 1 hour to taipei from the airport. make sure its worth your time to travel the distance. i think many bros think that since you are heard to thailand, its probably better to save your money and just wait out the layover.

if you want to stay at the hotel closest to caesar's, that would probably be sunworld dynasty hotel.

good luck

Youngster420
07-13-13, 11:59
Heading to Hsinchu soon, any info is appreciated! I only know one massage place near Ambassador hotel on Minsheng Road, but I've had great success there. I will try looking for some of the other places mentioned here.

Youngster420
07-22-13, 17:26
I tried looking for the local place on Ren De st, but I must have went too late. I did find the Hu Tong but it was at 10PM and all the doors were closed and dark. That alley feels very dangerous, you need balls to wander down there!

So I did a bit of searching and found an awesome MP. It's also near Ambassador, just a few minutes further by foot.

Search on google maps:

163 Minzu Road, Dong District, Taiwan 300.

The street view map is outdated, it should be a spa there now. It's very nice inside, new rooms with nice lighting, personal A / C and shower rooms. I got a hot girl, hotter than almost any girl on the street. And she was young and new too. She gave an average massage, but did a great rimjob and BBBJ. Afterward she says she didn't do FS, but she lubed me up and tried to get me off by letting me slide between her legs. But after a while it turn into sex anyway, but just for a little bit. I highly recommend! Not sure if tipping is customary? She didn't ask for any, but I paid the counter 2200.

Intransit
09-09-14, 05:45
http://www.thenanfang.com/blog/largest-bust-of-mainland-prostitutes-in-taiwans-history/

Twenty-four people were arrested in an underground Taiwanese prostitution ring that recruited women from mainland China, reports News 163. The bust is said to be the largest capture ever of mainland prostitutes on Taiwanese soil.

Suspects arrested in the early morning police raid included 12 mainland women who are suspected of servicing up to 110 clients during their 14 day stay in Taiwan.

One suspect was described as a housewife, and another was described as a 20 year-old, second-year art student from Zhejiang who started prostituting herself to buy luxury items, such as Louis Vuitton handbags.

Police accused Wu Zonghan, 55, and his 28 year-old mainland girlfriend, Peng Yurong, of recruiting mainland Chinese women to fly to Taiwan to engage in prostitution.

The ring had been in operation for approximately one year and involved some 100 mainland women. The women earned about RMB 500,000 in one day, and accumulated a grand total of nearly RMB 100 million.

Macau81
09-20-14, 20:14
http://ns2.jkforum.net/forum.php?mod=forumdisplay&fid=1128&filter=typeid&typeid=1476

This looks like a great site to find some action. It's all in Chinese though and most likely the girls will not know much English either.

JamesDolan
11-13-14, 18:46
http://ns2.jkforum.net/forum.php?mod=forumdisplay&fid=1128&filter=typeid&typeid=1476

This looks like a great site to find some action. It's all in Chinese though and most likely the girls will not know much English either.Link does not exist.

Wolfy187
12-07-14, 16:21
jkforum.net

MarineRis
08-07-15, 07:53
jkforum.netActually, if you just delete 'ns2. ' from the original link, it will take you directly to the goods, thus eliminating the need to wade through bullshit. Nice resource.

Baishan31
09-20-15, 11:42
I know there is a great "proper" gentleman's club in Taipei called Caesars or something of that nature. My question, is there another place like Caesars? That is not in Taipei? Maybe Chayi or something? Anybody got thoughts?

VillaBoy
10-05-15, 12:33
Hello,

I will be Visiting Keelung and Kaoshung for the first time next Week! I would be grateful of any advice on how & where to make pick up's.

Thanks.

Solo Traveler
12-24-16, 16:12
Taiwan is hopeless for mongering.

If you have a short vacation that is over 3 days, take a quick flight to Thailand.

It takes only 4 hours for a direct flight. Worth it.

Many Taiwanese mongers do it on a monthly basis, too.

Omega 3
04-02-17, 06:59
Taiwan is hopeless for mongering.

If you have a short vacation that is over 3 days, take a quick flight to Thailand.

It takes only 4 hours for a direct flight. Worth it.

Many Taiwanese mongers do it on a monthly basis, too.Philippines even closer and airfare cheaper. Non-stop flights to Manila and to Cebu.

Used to fly from Taipei to Manila for enjoyable long weekends.

YMMV.

OM.

Intransit
06-30-17, 01:28
Posting this here because of the focus on women from Taiwan, not your usual sexports.

Film exposes London's sex industry underworld.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-40363513

Film exposes London's sex industry underworld.

By Cindy Sui.

BBC News, Taipei.

In 2009, a Chinese woman called Anna killed herself near London's Heathrow Airport. Her friends later learned that she had been working as a prostitute in an illegal massage parlour.

One of those friends, Jenny Lu, a Taiwanese art school graduate, began a journey to find out about her secret life.

It resulted in Lu's first feature film, The Receptionist, which premieres in Taiwan on Friday and at the Edinburgh Film Festival in the UK next week.

Some readers may find aspects of this story upsetting.

"I met Anna in Chinatown at a dinner gathering. She looked really normal," recalls director Lu.

"She came from a little village in China. She went to London because she wanted a better life. But she ended up living a double life that no-one knew about.

"I felt really sad. How come no-one knew about this and no-one was able to help?

The London dream.

Through a mutual friend, Lu tracked down women who had worked with Anna at a massage parlour.

They were immigrants from mainland China, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand. Other parlours employed women from well-off economies including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea or Japan.

Like some of the women, Anna arrived in the UK on a fake marriage.

"She was married to a British guy but he didn't have a job. Anna's family had paid a lot of money to arrange this fake marriage for her. She worked really hard to try to pay back the debt and to support her brother in China," Ms Lu explains.

Other women came here on fake passports. Some were divorced and wanted to start a new life in the UK. Some wanted to earn money to support their children.

Others, including those from Taiwan, were language students enticed by money.

After arriving in the UK, many realised it was much harder than they had expected to survive, not to mention achieve their dream, so they resorted to working at the massage parlours, Lu said.

A brutal awakening.

The Receptionist is based on the lives of the employees and clients at a massage parlour in London, as seen through the eyes of a Taiwanese graduate employed as a receptionist there.

It unabashedly portrays the treatment the women endure, including being subjected to abuse and extreme fetishes.

Gangsters demanded "protection" money from the women, and would beat, rob and CodeWord123 them if they didn't pay up, knowing they wouldn't dare call the police.

Though the scenes in the film are fictionalised, they are all based on the experiences of Anna and her colleagues.

"The actors initially didn't believe the script. So I arranged for them to meet the women," she tells.

The women charged the men around £120 ($152) for sexual intercourse. The parlour owner would keep 50% to 60% of that.

Digging a hole.

While some women eventually quit, many stayed even though they were not forced to, and even after they had made some money. Not fluent in English, they worried they would have a hard time finding a well-paid job.

"They always say they want to leave after a year or a few months. But they get used to making quick money," Ms Lu says.

"They don't want to choose other jobs where they can't earn as much. They think: 'How can I afford to keep living if I don't do this?

"It's a dangerous mindset. It's like a hole they dig for themselves. So many people can't get out. ".

The women rarely went out because they feared the neighbours would find out. They worked day and night. Their curtains were always drawn.

"What surprised me was that many of the women had never actually seen any London landmarks," said Lu.

Losing your soul.

Many were the pride of their family when they went abroad. They were ashamed to go home or tell their family the truth.

Some try to forget their past and the normal life they used to have.

"It's like a person with no soul. They don't want to think too much," Lu explains.

Anna was 35 years old when she killed herself. She had only been in the UK for two years and had been working in the sex industry for about a year.

"Some of her friends think she got pressured because her family kept asking for money," the director says. "Others thought she couldn't accept the job she was doing, so every day was a struggle. ".

"And a friend had borrowed money from her to open a restaurant. When she asked for the money back, that friend threatened to tell her family what she did for a living. She was panicky. ".

"She thought about her family a lot; she hadn't really wanted to go abroad. ".

'Don't forget your dream'.

This was very different from Lu's own life. Her family was able to support her studies, enabling her to pursue her goal of becoming a filmmaker.

"It was a shock for me because previously, I had never had the opportunity to meet people like that," the director says.

Despite a low budget - £300,000 mostly from two Taiwanese government subsidies and a little raised from Kickstarter. Lu's film has been selected for screening in the Edinburgh International Film Festival, and has been nominated by the Milan International Film Awards and Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards.

"I'm delighted people feel something after watching the film," Lu says.

"The message I want to send is even if you've walked far and chased your dream for so long, turn back and look at where you came from, what your initial dream was. Many people forget. ".

Lu plans to show the women the film when she returns to the UK, so they will see that she has told Anna's story.

MattZ
07-13-17, 13:23
I travel from my base in San Francisco to my headquarters in Taipei a few times a year. I have kept busy with massage girls (been to Taizhilian Spa a few times and its OK) but looking to go in deeper. Would be great to meet a local wingman and if you have any tips, throw me bone.

Matt Z.

Socker
11-13-17, 03:36
Yo gents, I'm heading there in a month (w / the wife) and have no clue as to where to stay. Looking for 4 star in a ethnic upbeat neighborhood and not some high rise financial center. Just a place where the young people hang out and it has a old school taipei feel. The districts are in chinese and it's hard to get a fix on the best locale for my needs. If anyone can help thanks in advance.

Horny OC
11-21-17, 00:48
Any FS spas within walking distance of yongchun MRT station area? Staying at a airbnb apartment nearby.

NewImage
03-03-18, 23:55
Taiwan is hopeless for mongering.
If you have a short vacation that is over 3 days, take a quick flight to Thailand.
It takes only 4 hours for a direct flight. Worth it.
Many Taiwanese mongers do it on a monthly basis, too.In Australia lots of Taiwanese girls in massage shops who are super hot and do HJ but not much more.

Many if not all of these are students studying who need some more cash.

I know Viet & Camb girls go to KL to earn some cash. Is there a place where Taiwanese girls go and what are the prices like?

I would assume HK but don't really know.

The Taiwanese girls in the Aust MP's are super hot.

TofuTaipei
07-01-18, 06:16
Hi!

Did any one tried the Vendome or any hotel of that building?

RikerDonEqual
08-15-18, 11:49
Guys,

I read an interesting article in an taiwanese english newspaper. Recently, I have also received lots of invitations on wechat that I would like to share it with you:

Criminals are running sex advertisements on online gaming and chat sites and other social media targeting young people and ensnared 29 people in the past two weeks, police officials said.

The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said it has received hundreds of call on its 165 "antifraud" hotline overt the past month regarding such online scams.

Criminal groups see the summer vacation as a good time to target students and other young people, and are running ads featuring pictures of attractive young women offering dating and sexuel services, CIB officials said.

Through online conversations, the scammers prompt people to provide their telephone numbers, home addresses, schools, or place of work, and then offer dating and sexual services with young women, they said.

After agreeing on a price, the victim pays by purchasing credit points, which can be transferred via online transactions on game sites and social media and do not leave a cash payment trail that might attract police attention, the bureau said.

However, the victims said they never meet with any of the women shown in the ads, and if they persist asking questions, they receive phone calls from someone purporting to be a gangster, who makes threats of violence, the officials said.

Using the personal information supplied by their victim, the scammers then blackmail their targets by threatening to go to the victim's home, school or place of work to reveal that they paid for dating or sexual services, unless more money is paid.

CIB said one case involved a 22 YO male university student in Taichung who linked up with a girl nicknamed "Hsin-yen" on an online chat site.

The student said their conversation led to Hsin-Yen agreeing to go to a date and have sex for 3000 ntd. The pair agreed to meet at a convenience store, and he supplied his personal information.

However, when the student showed up at the store, he received a phone call from a man surnamed "Chang", who told hime to buy 30 000 ntd of game credit points in order to verify his identity and to ensure he was not a police officer, said the CIB report.

After that, the student was asked to transfer more money via game credit points, allegedly first to keep Hsin-Yen safe, but later it became blackmail, with threats to reveal the student's activity to his family and school.

The student ended up paying the scammers a total of 160 000 ntd, CIB officials said.

PilotPaul
11-22-19, 02:06
In Australia lots of Taiwanese girls in massage shops who are super hot and do HJ but not much more.

Many if not all of these are students studying who need some more cash.

I know Viet & Camb girls go to KL to earn some cash. Is there a place where Taiwanese girls go and what are the prices like?

I would assume HK but don't really know.

The Taiwanese girls in the Aust MP's are super hot.This is similar to my thoughts. I see two regular TW girls who are here in Australia to do english language courses. There is a consistent stream of girls here earning good money providing services in massage shops. Then when they are finished on one or two year visa they go back to TW.

On the ground in Taipai are local girls meeting visitors like NewImage and I?

PP.

CenTexCrash
02-19-20, 21:43
During a layover at Singapore Changi, saw a "Selfie Tree" gimmick I was trying to figure out. Was approached by an employee with the name tag TRAINEE said she's from Taiwan interning at Changi Airport. Helped take some silly pictures in front of the Tree, then used the Selfie Kiosk.

Took a picture of my selfie floating on a jumbo screen, even though my pic came out good, she insisted she takes a picture with her phone and send it to me. I just let her do her thing. Insisted she needed to practice her English skills. She grabbed my phone and added her phone # on my contacts and sent me pics on WhatsApp.

Had a few more airport related questions and she walked with me to luggage storage, talked about my Asia and world travels, was really above and beyond.

Am wondering for Taiwanese girls in work settings giving out their phone # is that strictly business or was it just me that she gave me an open invite? Should I follow up with this and text her?

BJtemp
08-26-20, 17:18
During a layover at Singapore Changi, saw a "Selfie Tree" gimmick I was trying to figure out. Was approached by an employee with the name tag TRAINEE said she's from Taiwan interning at Changi Airport. Helped take some silly pictures in front of the Tree, then used the Selfie Kiosk.

Took a picture of my selfie floating on a jumbo screen, even though my pic came out good, she insisted she takes a picture with her phone and send it to me. I just let her do her thing. Insisted she needed to practice her English skills. She grabbed my phone and added her phone # on my contacts and sent me pics on WhatsApp.

Had a few more airport related questions and she walked with me to luggage storage, talked about my Asia and world travels, was really above and beyond.

Am wondering for Taiwanese girls in work settings giving out their phone # is that strictly business or was it just me that she gave me an open invite? Should I follow up with this and text her?Sounds like you're in luck for some freebie. Any follow-up development?

Folder8
09-14-20, 17:19
Date & Time of Session: Saturday September 12th, 2020. Entered around 11 ish pm.

Location: No. 73, Section 1, Chongqing North Road, Datong District, Taipei City, 103 (Short walk from Zhongshan Station or Taipei Main).

Name: #18.

Nationality & Language: Taiwanese (Chinese).

Age: Exactly 30.

Face: 7.5/10.

Body: 7.5/10 (natural tit be-cup, somewhat of an ass).

Skill: 7/10.

Service: 7/10.

GFE: 6/10.

PSE: 8/10.

Price & Session Length: 4,200 NTD for approx 1 HR.

Repeat: Yes (but wouldn't get a chance before I leave Taipei).

Hey everyone,

Adding my 3rd FR for Tianlong Sauna, and my 5th FR overall in Taipei for their saunas.

Knock on the door and in came #18 wearing a tight blue dress. She has a BANGING BODY, at least compared to what I've seen the last few times. She's actually quite pretty, nice sized tits and a bit of ass as well.

She helped me disrobe. Laid down and give a decent veggie massage. After 10 minutes, she left to grab her massage kit.

She started the sensual finger touches – a bit too faster but not too bad either. She teased up LB real good while caressing the balls. She nibbled on the ear and kiss the back of neck and upper back lot. Aside from that not much sensual teasing or cat bath action. She asked me to get into doggy while she oiled up LB for a rusty. Her rimming skills is decent but still not as deep as #1 (see my other report).

On the flipped she did some nice BBBJ followed by wet BBBJ. I fingered her good and asked her for 69 while I tasted her for a bit. So then got on for CW and rode while I sucked her nice soft titties. Went for the mish and pounded her till I finished. Unfortunately no DFK or LFK during the mish though her face is pretty. She did work up and sweat too LOL.

She noted that my LB was longer than most of her clients and "handled her harder" than most of her sessions. LOL. She seemed to have enjoyed it.

We had some time so so did some veggie arm massage, while we talked. She's been in the biz for 2 years. Only works Friday and Saturday nights (I assume she works a reg job during the week). And doesn't have a BF or married yet. I told her her future BF / husband would be lucky since she's good at sex. She replied that maybe he'the be too intimidated! LOL I enjoyed bantering with her.

Session finished and the price was 4200 NTD.

Overall, the talent at Tianlong so far as by far been the best. Evenings and night time see to have better looking talent too.

Flyboy 2000
07-12-21, 06:50
Obviously there are stereotypes for women from all different countries and you can't assume all women behave a certain way.

But for example, girls and women in Singapore tend to have a reputation which seems pretty accurate for being a bit 'surface' and not as 'friendly' in the way we guys like compared to women from say Thailand, and you hear that girls and women from some parts of Indonesia are more 'friendly' and less hung-up about sex than others. And then you have some like Pinays who can seem very 'good girl' in public but go wild in private.

So what are people's general take on girls & women from Taipei and Taiwan, do they tend to be more or less 'repressed' when it comes to sex, both in terms of it casual with it as well as eagerness in bed?

Occasional Amp
04-28-22, 11:50
Anyone use a Line pimp and have a good experience? Or at least not a bad one?

OA.

Exile
04-29-22, 11:13
During a layover at Singapore Changi, saw a "Selfie Tree" gimmick I was trying to figure out. Was approached by an employee with the name tag TRAINEE said she's from Taiwan interning at Changi Airport. Helped take some silly pictures in front of the Tree, then used the Selfie Kiosk.

Took a picture of my selfie floating on a jumbo screen, even though my pic came out good, she insisted she takes a picture with her phone and send it to me. I just let her do her thing. Insisted she needed to practice her English skills. She grabbed my phone and added her phone # on my contacts and sent me pics on WhatsApp.

Had a few more airport related questions and she walked with me to luggage storage, talked about my Asia and world travels, was really above and beyond.

Am wondering for Taiwanese girls in work settings giving out their phone # is that strictly business or was it just me that she gave me an open invite? Should I follow up with this and text her?Not uncommon for girls you have encountered in a bank or restaurant to 'find' you on social media and add you.

Exile
04-29-22, 11:16
Date & Time of Session: Saturday September 12th, 2020. Entered around 11 ish pm.

Location: No. 73, Section 1, Chongqing North Road, Datong District, Taipei City, 103 (Short walk from Zhongshan Station or Taipei Main).

Name: #18.

Nationality & Language: Taiwanese (Chinese).

Age: Exactly 30.

Face: 7.5/10.

Body: 7.5/10 (natural tit be-cup, somewhat of an ass).

Skill: 7/10.

Service: 7/10.

GFE: 6/10.

PSE: 8/10.

Price & Session Length: 4,200 NTD for approx 1 HR.

Repeat: Yes (but wouldn't get a chance before I leave Taipei).

Hey everyone,

Adding my 3rd FR for Tianlong Sauna, and my 5th FR overall in Taipei for their saunas.

Knock on the door and in came #18 wearing a tight blue dress. She has a BANGING BODY, at least compared to what I've seen the last few times. She's actually quite pretty, nice sized tits and a bit of ass as well.

She helped me disrobe. Laid down and give a decent veggie massage. After 10 minutes, she left to grab her massage kit.

She started the sensual finger touches a bit too faster but not too bad either. She teased up LB real good while caressing the balls. She nibbled on the ear and kiss the back of neck and upper back lot. Aside from that not much sensual teasing or cat bath action. She asked me to get into doggy while she oiled up LB for a rusty. Her rimming skills is decent but still not as deep as #1 (see my other report).

On the flipped she did some nice BBBJ followed by wet BBBJ. I fingered her good and asked her for 69 while I tasted her for a bit. So then got on for CW and rode while I sucked her nice soft titties. Went for the mish and pounded her till I finished. Unfortunately no DFK or LFK during the mish though her face is pretty. She did work up and sweat too LOL.

She noted that my LB was longer than most of her clients and "handled her harder" than most of her sessions. LOL. She seemed to have enjoyed it.

We had some time so so did some veggie arm massage, while we talked. She's been in the biz for 2 years. Only works Friday and Saturday nights (I assume she works a reg job during the week). And doesn't have a BF or married yet. I told her her future BF / husband would be lucky since she's good at sex. She replied that maybe he'the be too intimidated! LOL I enjoyed bantering with her.

Session finished and the price was 4200 NTD.

Overall, the talent at Tianlong so far as by far been the best. Evenings and night time see to have better looking talent too.Did they check vaccination card for booster? I know they were (previously) checking cards at door.

Karlgnter2
04-29-22, 12:05
Anyone use a Line pimp and have a good experience? Or at least not a bad one?.DM me I have a person for this thing.

Occasional Amp
04-30-22, 06:50
DM me I have a person for this thing.Can't PM. Not allowed.

OA.

Number3344
08-03-22, 17:25
Hey guys,

I'm in hsinchu for a few more days and trying to live it up. I've actually had a little luck with the dating apps, but I kind of want to indulge in something more. Not sure how to go about this in foreign city. I found a guy's line who wants to send women to my hotel room, but I have no idea if this guy is legit. Seems pretty sketchy, but not sure if that is unusual.

I'm also down to check out strip joints or hostess clubs. I think I found one, but I have no idea if it something because all the info is in mandarin. It's a place on Minsheng Road and is called. No idea if and when they are open or what they offer. If anyone has any info.

ThomasCasey
10-12-22, 07:20
DM me I have a person for this thing.Would love to get your contact in Taipei as I'll be going in a few days. I tried to PM as well however it was not an option. Perhaps you have it disabled? Does anyone else have a contact for a Line pimp?

ExplorerGuy
11-01-22, 08:55
Hi guys,

I am in Tainan.

Any guidance on finding escorts online. Any websites or apps that are reliable. Advise from local bros deeply appreciated. DM open.

Analyzer123
11-02-22, 17:46
Hi guys,

I am in Tainan.

Any guidance on finding escorts online. Any websites or apps that are reliable. Advise from local bros deeply appreciated. DM open.JKForum is your friend.

JeffLovesNudes
11-29-22, 06:45
Does anyone know if betel nut girls offer sexual services? I read that some do but most don't. I'm just wondering if some is really as little as they say it is. Also what was the skimpiest outfit you've personally seen a betel but girl wear?

Analyzer123
12-01-22, 07:33
Does anyone know if betel nut girls offer sexual services? I read that some do but most don't. I'm just wondering if some is really as little as they say it is. Also what was the skimpiest outfit you've personally seen a betel but girl wear?I think all that went away more than a decade ago. I've seen plenty of betel but shop girls recently (last 2 years) but all decently dressed.