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rahuljoshi

Hi Friends,

I am going to do a side trip to Singapore before heading to Thailand. I need recommendations on hotel which are safe for me and the money I would carry.

I also want monger if it is possible. 

Please suggest what are option available.

Thanks 

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tt2008

Singapore is very safe so I would say any decent Hotel will be OK, but get one with an in room safe if you are carrying big cash.

For mongering the top end of Orchard Road (Tanglin Rd end) near Orchard Towers or anywhere down to Scotts Road would be good.

Or maybe Clarke Quay area, lots of bars and freelancers.

It's not a cheap place so maybe save your firepower for Thailand.

If you are looking for a very cheap hotel then I defer to others - I only stay in 3* and above.

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6 hours ago, tt2008 said:

Singapore is very safe so I would say any decent Hotel will be OK, but get one with an in room safe if you are carrying big cash.

For mongering the top end of Orchard Road (Tanglin Rd end) near Orchard Towers or anywhere down to Scotts Road would be good.

Or maybe Clarke Quay area, lots of bars and freelancers.

It's not a cheap place so maybe save your firepower for Thailand.

If you are looking for a very cheap hotel then I defer to others - I only stay in 3* and above.

Thanks. How about Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay?

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tt2008

I haven't stayed there but reviews look good and it's close to the bars etc. Looks OK to me.

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kgbagent

Know someone who stays there - good value for Spore

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paulyd2k

I have been doing a little research to sort a trip to Singapore for a few days and then on to kl a few days and back to pattaya, I live here,55,   but anyway are there better times to go through the year , am thinking between feb and end of march, staying around Clarke quay area, but I am also planning on trying to do a night in the marina bay sands , I know it will be pricey but wtf yolo. I am not interested in mongering just a nice few days looking around although will do a few bars most nights to round night off,am not a big drinker. and then I fancy moving to bukit bintan for a couple of nights,  I fancy trying the  little busy side streets for proper food in kl, and just trying to see quite a variety of things,  malls and general hustle bustle of the place, am trying to write down as much as I can to get the most out of it and then finalise my trip, any little tips or advice would be welcome, thx

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jojomecanic

I've been staying at Ibis at Bencoolen. It's a good hotel, safe, clean, etc.

Shops around, market, and bus straight to center town if needed.

Maybe not best location to monger. There is a side entry in front of the lifts, so you don't need to go through the reception with the girl. Just push the door and go to your room.

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On 1/4/2018 at 20:19, rahuljoshi said:

Thanks. How about Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay?

I stayed there right after it opened and it's nice and in a decent location.  A bit of a walk to the MRT, but a good place.  I've also stayed at the Concorde Hotel on Orchard Road, the Orchard Parade Hotel, the Orchard Hotel, and some boutique place east of the marina that I don't remember.  All of them were safe, friendly, and 'guest friendly'

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Saddic

If you want to monger... Stay in the Gayleng area near the Aljunied MRT station... (about 2-4 blocks depending on which place you pick)... Plenty of other mongers, and begpacker types stay in the area because it is affordable/cheap...  The hotel staff has seen it all...

Plenty of budget and cheaper hotels in that area (Hotel 81, etc)... Stay around Lor 20 and you will be in the center of the action there...

Orchard is a clip joint... but the Marriott's is just a block away...on Orchard...

Clark Quay is right in tourist central AND the downtown business districts... uber expensive...  Easy to just take the MRT to there when you want to be a tourist...

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On 14/01/2018 at 09:55, paulyd2k said:

I have been doing a little research to sort a trip to Singapore for a few days and then on to kl a few days and back to pattaya, I live here,55,   but anyway are there better times to go through the year , am thinking between feb and end of march, staying around Clarke quay area, but I am also planning on trying to do a night in the marina bay sands , I know it will be pricey but wtf yolo. I am not interested in mongering just a nice few days looking around although will do a few bars most nights to round night off,am not a big drinker. and then I fancy moving to bukit bintan for a couple of nights,  I fancy trying the  little busy side streets for proper food in kl, and just trying to see quite a variety of things,  malls and general hustle bustle of the place, am trying to write down as much as I can to get the most out of it and then finalise my trip, any little tips or advice would be welcome, thx

Chinese New Year is the 16th & 17th February so I would avoid coming around that time.

 

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photofave

On my last visit to Singapore, I stayed at the newly opened Yotel.  Its at the corner of Orchard and Scotts Road.  5 minute walk to Orchard tower.  I got a great deal at $100 per night (cheap for SG).  The room, though small, was quite amazing.  Had some great shagging from Ipanema at OT, and Brix at the Hyatt.

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Orchard hotel is just across from the 4 floors and decent enough. 

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JB300
2 hours ago, photofave said:

On my last visit to Singapore, I stayed at the newly opened Yotel.  Its at the corner of Orchard and Scotts Road.  5 minute walk to Orchard tower.  I got a great deal at $100 per night (cheap for SG).  The room, though small, was quite amazing.  Had some great shagging from Ipanema at OT, and Brix at the Hyatt.

Out of interest, what are the girls from Brix/Ipanemas asking for nowadays?

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doji99

If looking for freelances, then it is not cheap, your're looking at SG$200, these are at Orchard Towers. Service not guaranteed as they may want to rush to look for another client. 

Suggest,, stay at Golden Dragon hotel (SG$50 a night) in Geylang, and a few mins walk, there's 'fish tanks' where it is abt SG$60 for 30 min. Next options is to google 'escort services in Singapore', and you will get loads of info, roughly SG$90 for 90 mins for two shots. 

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3 hours ago, doji99 said:

If looking for freelances, then it is not cheap, your're looking at SG$200, these are at Orchard Towers. Service not guaranteed as they may want to rush to look for another client. 

Suggest,, stay at Golden Dragon hotel (SG$50 a night) in Geylang, and a few mins walk, there's 'fish tanks' where it is abt SG$60 for 30 min. Next options is to google 'escort services in Singapore', and you will get loads of info, roughly SG$90 for 90 mins for two shots. 

I live in Singapore but haven’t dabbled in P4P here in approx 6 years so was asking out of curiosity more than anything else.

Numbers I remember were s$200 ST, s$250 LT from Ipanemas, s$350-500 ST from Brix (though I did live in a Condo at Far East Plaza next door to there so am sure I could have got a better rate or an all nightier)

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doji99

Yup,your numbers are around there..Can try negotiating. And Brix is more of the upper end.  

Ipanemas is more of a filipino joint.  Alternatively can try Craiglist Sg, and deal from there. I figure can start at S$300 for all night from Craiglist will do it. Personally have not tried that, but i know they prefer confirmed deal rather than freelancing at OT.. Am talking about filipinos..They seem more desperate than their Thai cousin. Many options if you're a resident here. 

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Out of interest, what are the girls from Brix/Ipanemas asking for nowadays?


At Brix I met a very lovely Vietnamese 25 yo. Named Helen. She said she was a full time student and weekend bargirl. We chatted and danced. I offered 200 sgd for ST - which I knew was a lowball offer. She laughed and said that she gets 400 for ST and 800 LT. I said, “okay, I understand. So I’ll say goodnight now so you can find a rich man”

I then stayed a bit longer to see if there was another girl that I fancied. In the end, I decided to return to my hotel alone. This was my first time at Brix, and after paying the 35 cover, and hearing the prices, concluded it was just too rich for my Pattaya-accustomed blood. As I was leaving, I passed near Helen and she reached out and stopped me. “How much will you pay?” I thought about it, remembering how nice her ass felt under her dress (no panties!). I said “300, and you stay at least three hours”. She chewed her lip, thinking. Then she brightened up and said yes. We had a great time and stay in touch on Whatsapp.

At Ipanema, the place was really busy. Lots of girls approached me. I offered 200 and got an immediate ‘yes’. Another Vietnamese. She was okay - but left as soon as she could. Did not bother to trade numbers.

I also went to a Sunday afternoon dance party at Naughty Girls in OT. It was my first experience and I really enjoyed it. Spent most of the time with a beautiful Indonesian domestic worker. Lots of dancing, hugging, and snuggling. Tried to talk her into dinner and my hotel, but too shy. But considering I spent ZERO dollars, I got my money’s worth. She and I stay in touch - we both love to cook and exchange photos nearly every day.




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2 minutes ago, photofave said:

At Brix I met a very lovely Vietnamese 25 yo. Named Helen. She said she was a full time student and weekend bargirl. We chatted and danced. I offered 200 sgd for ST - which I knew was a lowball offer. She laughed and said that she gets 400 for ST and 800 LT. I said, “okay, I understand. So I’ll say goodnight now so you can find a rich man”

 

Good grief ..... :o

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buffant
If you want to monger... Stay in the Gayleng area near the Aljunied MRT station... (about 2-4 blocks depending on which place you pick)... Plenty of other mongers, and begpacker types stay in the area because it is affordable/cheap...  The hotel staff has seen it all...
Plenty of budget and cheaper hotels in that area (Hotel 81, etc)... Stay around Lor 20 and you will be in the center of the action there...
Orchard is a clip joint... but the Marriott's is just a block away...on Orchard...
Clark Quay is right in tourist central AND the downtown business districts... uber expensive...  Easy to just take the MRT to there when you want to be a tourist...
I agree with you. It also depends on OP budget. But I would rather you save the money and spend it in LOS. More bang for your buck

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If you're after cheap mongering, then Geylang is for you. hotels from $40-$100 per night. Not sure if it's still easy to find streetwalkers, but if you trawl the backlanes of the various lorongs you should find them skulking around (as cheap as $30).

No need for streetwalkers though, when there's plenty of legal brothels in the same area where it's as cheap as $50 bucks. If you're a curry though, you will find it's similar to Thailand where a lot will not allow you inside. Funny that, given the government is STRONGLY against even the slightest hint of racial discrimination, but I guess the red light district has rules of its own.

Otherwise if you're not on a budget, and want to take some high quality tail back to your room, stay at the Grand Hyatt...the 'nightclub' at the hotel, called Brixx, is basically a freelancer bar full of gorgeous Asian/Russian hookers, who're generally priced at a premium. There is an entry fee as well, I think about $30.

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rahuljoshi
On 4/21/2018 at 14:39, Nestea said:

If you're after cheap mongering, then Geylang is for you. hotels from $40-$100 per night. Not sure if it's still easy to find streetwalkers, but if you trawl the backlanes of the various lorongs you should find them skulking around (as cheap as $30).

No need for streetwalkers though, when there's plenty of legal brothels in the same area where it's as cheap as $50 bucks. If you're a curry though, you will find it's similar to Thailand where a lot will not allow you inside. Funny that, given the government is STRONGLY against even the slightest hint of racial discrimination, but I guess the red light district has rules of its own.

Otherwise if you're not on a budget, and want to take some high quality tail back to your room, stay at the Grand Hyatt...the 'nightclub' at the hotel, called Brixx, is basically a freelancer bar full of gorgeous Asian/Russian hookers, who're generally priced at a premium. There is an entry fee as well, I think about $30.

Thanks, I booked Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay.

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rahuljoshi
On 4/17/2018 at 13:40, buffant said:

I agree with you. It also depends on OP budget. But I would rather you save the money and spend it in LOS. More bang for your buck

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Not really on the budget. Planning to spend 500SGD/day not including stay, that is taken care of. Thanks. 

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On 05/01/2018 at 04:19, rahuljoshi said:

Thanks. How about Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay?

I'd highly recommend that. Clarke Quay is a nice place to be in and public transport is excellent in Singapore for getting around. Stayed in the hotel just after it opened and thought it good value for money.

Singapore isn't cheap but there are some excellent deals in the restaurants if you take time to read a few leaflets and do a bit of research.

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Xfreak0000

I normally don't spend more than enough money for hotels, but I strong recommend you try Marina bay hotel.

Very good hotel with infinity pool, gardens by the bay view from room, lazer shows on the river watching from infinity pool...

 

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