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    Quote Originally Posted by Geano  [View Original Post]
    So outside of the houses are lanterns or Chinese writing what how do you know which house is Thai Chinese or Vietnamese?

    Thanks Geano.
    I was only ever in Geylang for a half hour, so I'm by no means an expert. My observations were that the China houses have red lanterns, red banners and the Thai houses have "sawadee" in big letters (it is a word for Thai greeting). I didn't see enough Viet houses to notice the pattern there, but I read somewhere that they have bamboo or some sort of silhoutte of a woman wearing a vietnamese dress.

    There are probably more subtle things that I didn't notice. Stuff like the colour of their neon lighting perhaps. Mongerplanet has a "mongering singapore" page with some more notes on telltale signs.

  2. #2730

    The markings out front of the houses?

    This is a great post. Thank you. So outside of the houses are lanterns or Chinese writing what how do you know which house is Thai Chinese or Vietnamese?

    Thanks Geano.

    Quote Originally Posted by Akinkythreesum  [View Original Post]
    Had a walk through the even numbered Lorongs of Geylang just to see what it was like. I planned to scout out the whole area, but I had come too late at 11:30 pm so some of the fish tanks were already closed.

    Lor 6: One Thai house for $50 half an hour.

    Lor 8: at least 5 Thai houses, with one quoting me $50 again.

    Lor 10: One Chinese house. (One of the Thai houses I visited later on said that Chinese houses tend to closer earlier. Not sure why they do, but did see Chinese houses closing up while I was walking around so maybe that's why some Lorongs were so empty)..

  3. #2729

    Short walk through some Geylang Fishtanks

    Had a walk through the even numbered Lorongs of Geylang just to see what it was like. I planned to scout out the whole area, but I had come too late at 11:30 pm so some of the fish tanks were already closed.

    Lor 6: One Thai house for $50 half an hour.

    Lor 8: at least 5 Thai houses, with one quoting me $50 again.

    Lor 10: One Chinese house. (One of the Thai houses I visited later on said that Chinese houses tend to closer earlier. Not sure why they do, but did see Chinese houses closing up while I was walking around so maybe that's why some Lorongs were so empty).

    Lor 12: One Thai house.

    Lor 14: Chinese house for $60 25 minutes.

    Lor 16 & Westerhout: Two Chinese, one Thai and one Vietnamese house charging $50. As I walked away from that Viet house, I could hear the young white guy who just walked in being quoted $100. Pretty amusing since I wasn't speaking mandarin and I'm guessing I don't pass as Singaporean. I also passed a black guy and when I asked, he remarked "I think they're all $100" so I mentioned the aforementioned prices to him and he said thanks. I think I was also quoted $100 from a Chinese house on Westerhout.

    Westerhout Road contains many fish tanks as well, so don't forget to look around there. Mongers on a layover at Changi Airport will be pleased to know that there is a (Thai?) house that operates from 8 pm-5 am on Westerhout (if not then it was either Lor16 or 18). (there is a sheet of paper at the door with this printed). I don't know what the selection is like, but perhaps someone can report back if they are ever in the area for some 4 am action.

    Lor 18: Number 99 has Thai at $80 each. I gave up looking around after this.

    The Thai houses were generally more receptive with the girls smiling and calling out to me as I entered for a look. The Chinese were on the opposite end of the spectrum where I didn't even get a smile when I looked directly at one girl.

    As posters have previously noted in the past, there were very few streetwalkers, at least for the Lorongs I visited around 11:30 pm on a Wednesday night. I think I counted 3 altogether. There was also a mixed house I saw somewhere, but I can't recall the Lorong. I also spotted a girl sitting out front of Lor 16 Botanique Beauty Spa which made me wonder if its one of those types of 'Spas'.

  4. #2728
    Quote Originally Posted by JishanJazz  [View Original Post]
    Is there any house in Geylang which have good Chinese and Vietnamese collection?

    Budget: 60-80 SGD.

    Thanks.
    RTFF, per favor.

  5. #2727

    Vietnamese

    House 41 Lorong 20 has Vietnamese girls at S $ 80 for 50 minutes inclusive of a body to body massage. There is another house called Cygon in Lorong 18.

    Quote Originally Posted by JishanJazz  [View Original Post]
    Is there any house in Geylang which have good Chinese and Vietnamese collection? Budget: 60-80 SGD. Thanks.

  6. #2726

    Chinese / Vietnamese in Geylang

    Is there any house in Geylang which have good Chinese and Vietnamese collection?

    Budget: 60-80 SGD.

    Thanks.

  7. #2725

    17-18-20

    Hey fellows,

    I met a chinese lady (#17) in Lor 18 in house 20. She is (in my opinion) cute but spoke no English apart from a few words. Cost SGD80 for 40 min 1 pop.

    Went into the room. Showered me down. Went to the bed. Very good cat bath. Only CBJ, and like many Chinese women she could suck very well.

    She went on top of me, she was slim so I could see her unshaven pussy 👍. Turned her over and did her mish for about 10 min before I finished in her pussy. All services covered. Gave her $10 tip and left a happy man.

    I will see my DH tomorrow and I am looking forward to it!

    / Kirsia.

  8. #2724

    MRT to Geylang

    If you come out of Aljunied MRT, turn right, walk until you reach Aljunied Road. Walk along Aljunied Road, cross SIMS Avenue, continue walking along Aljunied Road until you reach Geylang Road. If you continue along the road coming from Aljunied Road, after Geylang Road, it is called Lorong 22 of Geylang Road. Otherwise, after reaching Geylang Road from Aljunied Road, turn on right and start walking along Geylang Road. Lorongs on your left are even numbered and those on your right are odd numbered. So, after Lorong 22, you will cross Lorong 20, 18 etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirsia123  [View Original Post]
    Which is the best MRT station to go to if you want to hit Geylang? Is it Aljunied or Mountbatten or any other MRT station? / Kirsia.

  9. #2723

    MRT station

    Alljunied is probably the most central, but it is an interesting walk up from Kallang.

  10. #2722

    MRT station

    Which is the best MRT station to go to if you want to hit Geylang?

    Is it Aljunied or Mountbatten or any other MRT station?

    / Kirsia.

  11. #2721

    Geylang shops

    No shop in Geylang operates round the clock for 24 hours. Most start business as from 2 pm and close at around midnight or 1 am. If you wish, you may stay in a hotel in Lorong 18 or 20 where lots of shops are found. So, you can just peep in and enter a shop convenient to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by VivaMattyVegas  [View Original Post]
    Are any of the houses in Geylang 24/7? If so, which ones? If not, what time do the houses tend to open? I ask because I'm not a night person, so if I partake in any activities, it'd be nice to know where to go or if it's even possible. Thanks in advance.

  12. #2720

    House Hours

    Has been mentioned many times here, most Geylang shops open early afternoon (some from around 13:00) and close around 24.00-01.00.

    RTFF and you should find details of exceptions.

  13. #2719

    House Hours

    Are any of the houses in Geylang 24/7? If so, which ones? If not, what time do the houses tend to open?

    I ask because I'm not a night person, so if I partake in any activities, it'd be nice to know where to go or if it's even possible.

    Thanks in advance.

  14. #2718
    Quote Originally Posted by Akinkythreesum  [View Original Post]
    How how much of a discount is it compared to peak hours? Do telll! Have to keep the market rates after all.
    Been a long time since I did this, so no recollection, sorry. But you are filling otherwise empty time for them, and they don't need to go out and 'hunt' and compete with other women and waste time chatting up guys, so also don't be afraid to try and have them make you a realistic offer if their opening bid seems to high.

    Is it fairly common for the OT / Brix types to entertain daytime offers? I always wondered what these kinds of FL girls do When the bars aren't open yet and if they look for daytime escort services or something.
    I'm working off a very small sample so I can't say if this is 'fairly common' or not. But I do know that some ladies from Asian spas and 'massage' shops will hit OT and Brix after hours, so if the following day is a day off, they're good to go.

  15. #2717
    Quote Originally Posted by Flyboy2000  [View Original Post]
    Brix is also I think 3 am closing, obviously that late or rather 'early' you can haggle a decent deal from the girl as it's her last chance to earn, as long as you don't have an early start the next day!

    Ebauche, I had a similar routine but for Brix. Late evening arrival into Changi, taxi to the hotel, order up a club sandwich from room service, shower and change into fresh clothes, meal would arrive and a half hour later I was out the door and headed to Brix. One tactic I started to adopt down the track was that even if I wasn't feeling up to a torrid tumble I'd still visit Brix and collect phone numbers, WhatsApp or WeChat details from a few girls I liked so as to be able to line up an afternoon or early evening session the next day. This gave them a chance to earn some extra cash outside of their usual 'shift', their prices were always good compared to peak hour at Brix, and it also gave me 'room service' action plus being freed up for later that evening if I was so inclined.
    How how much of a discount is it compared to peak hours? Do tell! Have to keep the market rates after all.

    Is it fairly common for the OT / Brix types to entertain daytime offers? I always wondered what these kinds of FL girls do When the bars aren't open yet and if they look for daytime escort services or something.

    Also an update on my (lack of) escapades: I decided not to venture out as it would have been to late from the sounds of it. Had I known then perhaps I would have booked a different flight. A bit of wisdom for future trips.

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