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Singapore City Info

Singapore, the largest port in Southeast Asia, is an independent city-state located on the southern end of the Malay Peninsula. It has a total land mass of 714.3 square kilometers and a population of more than 5 million people. Its focal and strategic position makes this city, a business giant.                                  

Despite being a small city, the Lion City has a booming and flourishing economy. One of its major economic contributors lies in the tourism industry. It is well known for its world-class hotels and huge shopping centers, and various recreational attractions including Sentosa, and Universal Studios.

Singapore Red Light District

With the legality of prostitution in Singapore, sex workers can offer adult services in brothels, massage parlours, and karaoke lounges. These are common in red light districts, with the government-regulated areas requiring self-declared prostitutes to carry health cards and submit to medical checks. 

  • Geylang – this is the main red light district in Singapore, located on the eastern fringe of the central region of the city. Brothels openly operate on Geylang, which is also the place where sex workers legally pursue customers. 
  • Orchard Tower – this is where the Four Floors of Whores is located, a dance club with young Russian ladies. Orchard Tower The rates for sex workers could reach over a $150 mark, with services delivered at the client’s hotel room. Orchard Tower is located on Orchard Road. 
  • Petain Road – known as Kin Jio Kar, this is one of the least recognized legalized red light districts in the city. Located in close proximity to the City Square Shopping Mall, this is where rows of brothels can be found. This is a place for Singaporeans as well as foreigners on a tight budget. 
  • Desker Road – this is one of the oldest RLDs in Singapore. The place gets active at night, with a brothel located near Mustafa Centre. Visitors can find this brothel in the alley between two rows of shop houses flanged by Rowell and Desker Road. 
  • Keong Saik Road – this is one of the most popular RLDS in the city since the 1960s. Hotels, bars, and restaurants have replaced most of the brothels in the area. The remaining brothels are located near the Foong Kee Coffee Shop and are open every day from early noon to late evening. 

History of the RLD

Bugis Street used to be Singapore’s best red light district. This, however, was later changed, with the crown passed to Geylang. This atmospheric area on the east coast of the city offers some of the best local food as well as great period architecture. 

Petain Road, on the other hand, was named after a French military hero in the First World War, Field Marshall Henri Philippe Petain. There had been efforts to rename the street, but these were not successful. The alley parallel to Flander’s Square provides a unique side to the city’s red light district. 

In the case of Keong Saik Road, it was named after Tan Keong Saik, who was a pillar of Singapore society in the 19th century. It was quite ironic that Saik Road became a notorious RLD, even though the man it was named after wanted to protect women and children. It was fully established as a red light district by the 1960s. 

How to Reach the RLD

Singapore has an excellent transport system, which makes travelling to the RLD so easy. Tourists can ride the MRT, with several stations located nearby such as the Aljunied, and Paya Kebar. There is also one terminal that specifically caters to those on the district roads which is the Geylang Lorong 1 Bus Terminal in the Kallang Planning area. 

For those who are planning to go to Petain Road, visitors can ride the taxi or travel by bus or train and use helpful sites like GoThere.sg to see routes to the Flanders Square. When going to Desker, there are several bus stops in the city and the nearest MRT station is the Farrer Park. 

When reaching Keong Saik Road, visitors can ride the taxi and tell the driver to drop them off at Foong Kee Coffeeshop. The site, GoThere.sg, is also useful for those travelling by car, bus, or train. The nearest MRT station, meanwhile, is the Outram Park. 

Safety Information

Singapore is one of the safest cities in the world, with low crime levels. In the main red light district, Geylang, female tourists can walk safely around the area. It is not advisable, however, to walk with sexy clothing with mismatched colors. Prostitutes are known to have a reputation for having a bad taste in fashion. Those who want to stay away from the unwanted attention need to avoid walking alone through the ‘Lorongs’ in Geylang. 

Singapore Adult Entertainment

There are numerous areas where clients can avail sex services and adult entertainment in Singapore. They can visit the red light districts, brothels, massage parlours, sex shops, and love hotels. For those who will go to the Orchard Tower, clients can find display bars, escort agencies, and massage parlours.

Adult Cinemas

The city has no adult movie cinema-going culture, but they have a fair share of R-21 only cinemas. The Yangtze Cinema, which has been around in the city for 30 years, offers entertainment to mature viewers. This cinema also offers discounts for the elderly. Other cinemas that show adult content include Balestier Cineplex in Shaw Plaza and Golden in Golden Mile Tower, Beach Road. 

Street Prostitution

Sex workers in Geylang usually come out at night. Tourists can find attractive Chinese and Singaporean girls in front of the Darlene Hotel, along Lorong 8. There are many ladies to choose from, most are very charming, with some looking like photo models. In the connecting alleys of the Lorong, there are even more prostitutes of different nationalities. 

Clients can find girls from Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, with some workers from Sri Lanka. There is also a back street dedicated to Indians, with the ladies sitting on wooden chairs where they take their clients. Sex services usually range from S$30 to S$100. 

Some street prostitutes also work in the Clark Quay area. Most of these ladies get customers near the bridge over the river. Some also sit outside bars and make a strong eye contact with potential clients. Sex workers working in these areas are mostly from the Philippines.

Window Prostitution

There are several side streets in Geylang called Lorong. Those who choose to walk down the side streets can peek into brothels and see Asian girls sitting behind glass windows. For clients who cannot choose from those girls, the manager can order ladies from another brothel, depending on the client’s request. Short time session can cost for S$100 to S$150.

Singapore Clubs and Brothels

The brothels in the city are located on the side of even numbered Lorongs between 4 and 20. Many brothels in the area look like residential houses but are easy to find. Some have red numbers, with an assigned person standing outside trying to entice potential clients. Meanwhile, others have large, bright numbers that seem like bitty casinos. 

On Keong Saik Road, there are two remaining brothels located alongside the Foong Kee Coffeeshop. The brothels located in the area work in the same way as the ones in the 60s, offering a nostalgic affair for more established clients. Adult services cost about S$30 to S$120, with some only charging S$30 to S$70. 

Some massage parlours in the city also employ massage girls or massage technicians. These girls provide normal massage at first, then offer special services depending on the needs of the client. These girls receive early warnings to avoid any possible police raid.

Strip Clubs

There are no actual strip clubs in the city, but some bars offer lively and sexy acts. Pole dancing is common, but most of the girls still wear bikinis. For those who want to see a striptease, customers should hire an escort. 

  • Crazy Horse (Orchard Towers) – this is a busy bar with catwalk and pole dancing podiums. This bar is one the best places to see performing girls before clients can finally take their pick. Sexy and lively performances will surely appeal to everyone.

    Address: Orchard Rd, Orchard Towers, Singapore
    Telephone: +65-6737-4666
    Opens Daily from 5 p.m. 
  • Seven Inch – this place offers good music and dynamic performances. It features professional pole dancers, showcasing their talent on stage every night.

    Address: 3 River Valley, Clarke Quay, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6338 8776
    Opens 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. (Sundays to Thursdays); 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. (Fridays to Saturdays)

Swinger Clubs

There are no swinger clubs located in Singapore, but there is a website for swingers. It is best to see regional listings of swinger profiles or visit Naughty-Swingers.com.sg. This is an adult social network dedicated to swingers, where people can meet other members who want to party. Registration is quick and hassle-free.

Singapore Nightlife

With a vibrant nightlife, everyone will surely enjoy the bars, clubs, and diverse dining options in the city. Singapore comes alive at night, with the business hub transforming into a pubbing and a clubbing hub. 

  • Zouk – this is a popular place for many club goers. It has a local dance music scene, with internationally renowned DJs gracing the club’s decks regularly. The club has managed to be in the Top 10 ranking in the DJ Top 100 Clubs global poll. 
  • Kyo – this underground club offers tasteful and sophisticated music repertoire. The club offers a good selection of fine spirits, wines, and beers. This promises a great and unforgettable night for clients. 
  • CÉ LA VI – this offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the Marina Bay area and Singapore’s skyline. This is known to create unique experiences that stimulate the senses, elevate the spirit, and amplify passion. It offers cocktails and globe-spanning culinary adventures.

Singapore LGBT

Most of Singapore’s gay nightlife can be found on Neil Road in Chinatown. This is where locals and tourist can meet and make new friends. The gay nightclub scene has evolved over the past few years, offering more options for clients. Anyone can get to the place by riding the taxi or the MRT. There are lots of things to see, buy, and taste along the way. 

General Attitude Towards Gays

Singapore has a long way to go in accepting LGBT people. Those who oppose LGBT rights are found to be mostly people with no formal education, while the highest support comes from those who have attained college degrees or those who have attended college. 

While homosexual acts are still deemed illegal in this city, people celebrate gay pride in the country during the Pink Dot Parade in Hong Lim Park. The annual Pink Dot event is the closest thing Singapore has to a gay pride parade. 

Sex Clubs for Gays

The city has a discreet gay scene. The following clubs and bathhouses below are among the best places to meet new friends and have a fun and wild night in Singapore city.

  • Ten Men’s Club –a gay sauna with amenities like a private cabin, steam room, maze, and TV lounge. It offers a relaxed atmosphere and follows a welcoming policy. The club hosts themed events like Skin Nite on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

    Website: http://www.tenmensclub.com/
    Address: 32A Pagoda Street, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6327 8870
    Opens from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. (weekdays); 12 p.m. to 2 a.m. (weekends) 
  • Cruise Club – this is a popular gay sauna in the city. Some of its main features are a steam room, Jacuzzi, private cabin, and a gym suntanning booth. This place also hosts regular themed events such as Hanky Panky, Gym Buddies, Skin, and Cruise Cadets and the like.

    Website: http://www.cruiseclub.sg/
    Address: 285 New Bridge Road, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6224 6334
    Opens from  2 p.m. to 12 a.m. (Monday to Thursday); 12 p.m. till the next day (Saturday); 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. (Sunday) 
  • Keybox Sauna – this single story gay sauna, re-opened in 2015. It has now bigger facilities, with dry sauna, huge Jacuzzi, large steam room, cabin room, dark room, and café bar. It attracts local and international guys.

    Website: http://www.keybox.com.sg/index.html
    Address: 17 Upper Circular Road, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6299 4121
    Open: 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. daily 
  • ShoGun Club – this one features private relaxation room and a steam room. Its maze and dark room, however, attract the most attention. It also hosts regular themed nights such as Skin Lights, Chub and Chaser Skin Nite, Skin for All, and Skin Only.

    Address: 51A Pagoda Street, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6221 0367
    Open: 24 hours a day 
  • Hercules Club – this club mostly attracts Asian guys but welcomes other tourists. It has a steam room, a large Jacuzzi, dark room, showers, and private cabin. It hosts theme nights like Skin Night on Tuesdays and Fridays.

    Website: http://www.herculesclub.com.sg/index.html
    Address: 4 Jalan Klapa, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6296 1018 

Dance Clubs for Gays

Most of the gay bars and club in Singapore are located on or close to Neil Road in Chinatown. 

  • Tantric Bar – this is perhaps the most popular gay bar in Singapore. It offers a great combination of sounds, sights, and reasonably priced drinks. It has an open-air courtyard and an indoor bar.

    Website: http://www.homeofthebluespin.com/
    Address: 78 Neil Road, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6423 9232 
    Open: 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. (weekdays and Sundays); 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. Saturdays) 
  • Taboo – this is a two-story nightclub with a lounge bar. Its LED-lit dance floor is open on Fridays, Saturdays, and evenings of public holidays. The club also hosts themed parties on the last Saturday of each month, with an international guest DJ.

    Website: http://www.taboo.sg/
    Address: 65-67 Neil Road, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6225 6256
    Open: 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. (Wednesdays, Thursdays); 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. (Fridays); 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. (Saturdays) 
  • Backstage Bar – this is one of the most popular and longest-running gay bars in Singapore. It has both indoor and outdoor areas, with the cozy bar turning into party venue that plays upbeat tunes.

    Website: http://www.homeofthebluespin.com/
    Address: 80 Neil Road, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6222 7543
    Open: 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. (weekdays and Sundays); 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. (Saturdays) 
  • OUT Bar – this bar in Chinatown has a 60’s Hollywood-inspired decor. It provides guests fun-filled entertainment, along with regular performances, events, and guest DJs.

    Address: 43 Neil Road, Singapore
    Telephone: +65 6224 2865
    Open: 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Monday to Thursday); 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. (Friday); 7 p.m. to 2 p.m. (Sunday) 

There are, of course, many other gay bars and gay dance clubs in Singapore. These include DYMK in 41 Neil Road, Dorothy’s bar in 13A Trengganu Street, Ebar in 57 Neil Road, Lluvia in 145 Telok Ayer Street, and many others. 

Gay Prostitution

While prostitution is legal in Singapore, male prostitution is a complicated proposition. This is because it is illegal for two men to have sex. Any homosexual act is punishable by up to two years of imprisonment. Regulated industry and legal sanction for male prostitution, however, do not exist Singapore. 

Some gay men, however, go to Little India to meet willing men and South Asian guys looking for extra cash. One documentary from Channel NewsAsia exposed the popularity of Little India as a place to meet, mingle, and pick some South Asian men. 

Transsexual Prostitution

Some ladyboys can be seen along the area of Geylang Lorang 16 and offer some services. The ladyboys usually come out at night, around 8:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., with some working until early morning. Some of them offer blowjob for about S$30, with some charging S$40 to S$60 for 30 minutes for full services. Short time hotels are also located around the area, and clients can ask ladyboys where they are. 

Shemale escorts are also available in Massage Republic. Workers have photos, offering popular services such as massage, anal sex, oral sex, deep throat, French kissing, COB – Come On Body, fingering, and GFE. Prices usually range from S$198 to S $505, with the average cost advertised at S$322.

 
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