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Today I read an email forwarded to me, this story reminds me of what I saw once beside a coffeeshop at Geylang. But first, let’s take a read at the story forwarded to me.

(My friend is a retired businessman in his early 60 and what he encountered last Saturday in a high-end dining/shopping area could happen to anyone of us.

My friend accompanies his wife to a bank in Holland Village to do some banking transaction. While his wife was being served by the personal banking executive, he decided to go and do some window-shopping around the area. While admiring the display, suddenly, out of nowhere, a young about 20+ girl pushes him aside and shouted at him, accusing my friend was molesting her. She then asked my friend to compensate (pay) her for her “ordeal” – lost of face.

My friend being a gentleman was stunned and lost of word for a moment because he never does any thing to her. He just stood there and didn’t know what to do. His mind went blank.

Luckily, a Caucasian man nearby saw all that and tells the PRC girl to stop her nuisance (unsure whether she understand English) and take out his mobile and say he wanted to call the police. The PRC girl quickly walked away joining the other shoppers.

Therefore, my male friends, if you ever become one of the victims, pls stay calm. DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT start arguing or reasoning with her. If you started trying to reason with her, then you had fallen into her trap. In general, people will most likely sympathize and believe a female as victim. You will end up with paying her as demanded by her.

Just take out your mobile or ask someone (if you had no mobile) to call the police, let the law enforcement authority deal with her. For sure, no PRC girls dare to face the justice of the law cos most of them are over-stayers.

Better still, if you witness such incident, be sure to stand up and fight for the justice of such poor men.  Ladies who come forward will carry even more weight. Together we can rid our society of these scourges.)

End of the story above. I was wondering how true it was until I reminisced the farce I’ve seen myself once in Geylang: While drinking beers and watching TV, heard someone shouting at two PRC girls standing near a Bar beside the coffeeshop, “Don’t you dare to say one more time!”

Later those two girls walked to the roadside waving for a taxi away, while looking curiously at my reaction, as the man walking towards me, telling me loudly those two girls accused him for molesting their breasts after he replied with a no, for going to hotel with them.

Angrily he continued, “even if they want to earn money, this is not the right way to do it, and not even the right way to earn in Geylang as a street hooker! As a local, highly familiar in Geylang, I am not afraid of them…”

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Which Singapore Hotels to Book? Part III

Posted by On February - 9 - 2010

Even if you are visiting Singapore on business, the trip need not cost a bomb.  There are many hotels along parts of Singapore which are still “near” to the Central Business District. Hotels along Beach Road in Singapore, for example, is only a few minutes from the Central Business District!  There are also roads like Jalan Besar, Serangoon Road etc., which are all a few minutes away.  Some of the hotels along these roads are going for less than S$100 per room night.  Travel time from these roads to the CBD shouldn’t be more than 10 – 15mins by cab, and there are MRT (train) stations which will bring you into and from the CBD for no more than a few Singapore dollars too. If you want further savings, consider hotels along the roads like Geylang or even Joo Chiat.  For example…

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Which Singapore Hotels to Book? Part III

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Red Light District within Geylang

Posted by On November - 17 - 2008

Singapore Geylang Road Night view of Geylang Road in Singapore

Geylang in Singapore is a sophisticated red light district. Although not many decent folks would ever want to live there, it consists of solemn residents living within. Generally, when a person says Geylang, it refers to the main Geylang Road, in between the two main side road named Sims Avenue and Guillemard Road.

In connection with Geylang Road are multiple alleys across the main road itself. This part looks like a centipede when viewing on the map. Geylang alleys across the main road are mainly named with “Lorong” and numbers starting from Lorong 1 till Lorong 44 with odd and even numbers in opposite side. “Lorong should be interpreted as “street” in Malays although I am not quite sure in this part.

Women on Geylang Alley Low houses at Geylang Red Light District Lorong 3 Road Sign in Geylang Red Light District Massage Parlors in Geylang Red Light District

While it is a red light district that provides legal brothels, it also consists of other premises and activities that make it so busy. From different kinds of shops and services, restaurants till adult entertainments like pubs, bars, massage parlors and karaoke premises that can be seen along the road. Once I saw a foreign band giving performance at one of the alleys.

Dining in Geylang red light district is never being a problem, as you can always look for economic foods within the Singapore styled coffeeshop, or locate restaurants that provide premier cuisines. One of the delicacies I like is the China styled Chong Qing Steamboat Buffet. Just pay a fixed price per self, you can eat till you full with different choices of soup basis. On the roadside of Sims Avenue, you can find rows of fruits sellers waiting for your business.

Chong Qing Steamboat in Geylang Fried Rice-Vermicelli with Crabs Durian Stall in Sims Avenue

Most of the popular restaurants are located within Lorong 1 till Lorong 13 yet it doesn’t mean that you won’t find any delicious foods in other alleys of Geylang Road. However, since legal brothels within this red light district are mainly located at Lorong 16, 18 and 20 side by side, patrons are more willing to tuck in around the areas formerly mentioned. The houses in Geylang operating in legal sex practices are easily identifiable; having large and bright red light with house numbers on their outlooks.

Cheap hotels in this red light district are everywhere and I can see tourists with families or friends arriving and departing along the streets of Geylang Road. Starting from SGD$40 or less, you can get a night sleep within those economic hotels. I think Hotel 81 and Fragrance Hotel are two of the best budget hotels although their charges might be slightly higher. Having an extremely tight budget? Bed rental are available in some private apartments and houses at around $10 per day. Just give your enquiry from the folks over there or watch out for advertisements.

Hotel 81 in Geylang Red Light District Inner Looks of Hotel Fragrance in Geylang

Getting to the Central Business District in the main city area is a breeze from Geylang red light district. Taking a taxi will need just a few bucks and you can have great shopping pleasures out of Geylang. It costs alike if you are aiming for the trendy Orchard Road.

Expressways are located near on the head and end of the red light district, giving the traffics a few fast tracks. Geylang’s low houses have aged from the history, hence most of the owners offer them for business leasing or as a hostel for foreign workers.

Apart from the legal brothels, sometimes you will notice foreign girls stationed or walking on the streets touting you, they are usually identified as illegal sex workers who are not noted by Singapore authorities and particularly different with the practices of the legal houses. Since they are illegal and probably being taking care of by the underworld, you should stay clear unless you really want to have a deal with them.

I have seen a few foreigners selling potent drugs under the roof beside the streets illegally. When going near, I can sense that those drugs are not supposed to sell here due to unreliable composition.  Be careful what you need to buy, and never buy from those. Geylang red light district has never been sleeping; 24 hours per 7 days, you will see different kind of crowds on the streets.

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