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  1. Danibbler
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    I really don't think that it's very do-able. You have to factor in other timesinks such as walking from Changi to the MRT, waiting for the MRT to arrive, etc. Walking from Aljunied MRT to the houses on Lor 20 or so is at least a good 10-15 mins.

    The best option, if price is no object is to book a room at the airport hotel and arrange for an outcall. Are you leaving at midnight?
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  2. Econo_Tech
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    Originally Posted by Danibbler
    I really don't think that it's very do-able. You have to factor in other timesinks such as walking from Changi to the MRT, waiting for the MRT to arrive, etc. Walking from Aljunied MRT to the houses on Lor 20 or so is at least a good 10-15 mins.

    The best option, if price is no object is to book a room at the airport hotel and arrange for an outcall. Are you leaving at midnight?
    I would safely venture a 1 hour trip to reach Geylang, and an hour to get back, and if your stopever is less than 6 hours, you are stretching yourself.

    Safe bet: call for an outcall, or let the fingers do the walking (Yellow Pages)
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  3. Dreams
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    Dont agree...

    Originally Posted by Danibbler
    I really don't think that it's very do-able. You have to factor in other timesinks such as walking from Changi to the MRT, waiting for the MRT to arrive, etc. Walking from Aljunied MRT to the houses on Lor 20 or so is at least a good 10-15 mins.

    The best option, if price is no object is to book a room at the airport hotel and arrange for an outcall. Are you leaving at midnight?
    Even when taking into account the facts mentionned, 4 h is enough for a good F...in one of the houses in Geylang, as long as you have prepared your trip, i.e check the geography of the airport, and of Geylang. Also you need to make your choice fast, and not hopping from house to house in search of the ideal girl. There is enough info on this forum to focus on a few houses. Just go straight there, enjoy, and go back... And incidently price qill be far less than renting a room and paying for a delivery escort. Last, if you don't like what is delivered,..
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  4. The_Tanuki
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    4 hour tour

    Originally Posted by Danibbler
    I really don't think that it's very do-able. You have to factor in other timesinks such as walking from Changi to the MRT, waiting for the MRT to arrive, etc. Walking from Aljunied MRT to the houses on Lor 20 or so is at least a good 10-15 mins.

    The best option, if price is no object is to book a room at the airport hotel and arrange for an outcall. Are you leaving at midnight?
    With time being very limited, why would you fuck with walking to the MRT? Grab a taxi and you're there at Lorong XX in a few minutes. Get your money, dick and covers out and you'll be into some flesh in no time. Swill a beer after the first one and you're ready for the second. Sink back into your seat on the plane, have a drink and feast on the memories...

    The Tanuki
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  5. Pointy_Stick
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    Originally Posted by The Tanuki
    With time being very limited, why would you fuck with walking to the MRT? Grab a taxi and you're there at Lorong XX in a few minutes. Get your money, dick and covers out and you'll be into some flesh in no time. Swill a beer after the first one and you're ready for the second. Sink back into your seat on the plane, have a drink and feast on the memories...

    The Tanuki
    Depends what the traffic is like at that time of your arrival of which I have no idea of. The MRT, however, is totally reliable and you'd mos def know how long the journey would take.

    Don't listen to these naysayers. Three hours is more than enough time.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  6. Dreams
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    Originally Posted by Pointy Stick
    Depends what the traffic is like at that time of your arrival of which I have no idea of. The MRT, however, is totally reliable and you'd mos def know how long the journey would take.

    Don't listen to these naysayers. Three hours is more than enough time.
    Apart form Danniber, everyoine agrees that it is doable, and in fact been done several times by many of us, including myself.
    As regards taxi vs MRT, I tend to agree that, even with a bit of traffic, it will be quicker to get there by taxi. At least to go. To come back, if it s rush hour and it rains, he may not find one to take him back. SO my advice is take a cab to go, and plan enough time to go back by MRT. In all instances, there is enough time for one session, but it may tight for 2.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  7. Danibbler
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    Originally Posted by Dreams
    Apart form Danniber, everyoine agrees that it is doable, and in fact been done several times by many of us, including myself.

    As regards taxi vs MRT, I tend to agree that, even with a bit of traffic, it will be quicker to get there by taxi. At least to go. To come back, if it s rush hour and it rains, he may not find one to take him back. SO my advice is take a cab to go, and plan enough time to go back by MRT. In all instances, there is enough time for one session, but it may tight for 2.
    It's not just me, look at Econo Tech's post, please. The OP has given himself 3 hours for this adventure. He has to clear customs, find that locker, get to a taxi and then head down to Geylang and a house. What happens if the house does not have what he wants? My fav house has had as few as two girls on offer (usually it's about ten or more) and at 9 pm the selection might be very poor.

    Then he has to do all of the above in reverse. Safest is to order in.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  8. Dreams
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    Originally Posted by Danibbler
    It's not just me, look at Econo Tech's post, please. The OP has given himself 3 hours for this adventure. He has to clear customs, find that locker, get to a taxi and then head down to Geylang and a house. What happens if the house does not have what he wants? My fav house has had as few as two girls on offer (usually it's about ten or more) and at 9 pm the selection might be very poor.

    Then he has to do all of the above in reverse. Safest is to order in.
    Well, to each his own. I repeat , perfectly doable if organised. He will be in Geylang about 45 minutes after landing. Rememebr, this is Singapore, not an underdeveloped vountry like some in Western Europe, where you queue everywhere. And choice is about 8-10 girls per houses, each house about 10 meters form each other, so he can check about 40 girls in 15 min.. If he does not like any, then, I can't help.

    Well, I hope he will tell us what he did..And he will have had different points of view.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  9. Pointy_Stick
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    Originally Posted by Dreams
    Well, to each his own. I repeat , perfectly doable if organised. He will be in Geylang about 45 minutes after landing. Rememebr, this is Singapore, not an underdeveloped vountry like some in Western Europe, where you queue everywhere. And choice is about 8-10 girls per houses, each house about 10 meters form each other, so he can check about 40 girls in 15 min.. If he does not like any, then, I can't help.

    Well, I hope he will tell us what he did..And he will have had different points of view.
    True, it would be pure insanity if he tried to do this in Bangkok. Singapore is more efficient than many western countries. As long as he knows the layout of Changi, travel duration to and from Geylang on the MRT and which houses to hit there is no problem which takes away the challenge a little.

    I'll be traveling be to Asia pretty soon and am specifically interested in Indian WL's after being all thai'ed out. Is it reasonable to assume that Indian girls in Geylang are non-service orientated given their clientele of sub-continent labourers and a better option is Orchard road? I'll only be there for a day so will have to plan this carefully.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  10. Dreams
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    Originally Posted by Pointy Stick
    True, it would be pure insanity if he tried to do this in Bangkok. Singapore is more efficient than many western countries. As long as he knows the layout of Changi, travel duration to and from Geylang on the MRT and which houses to hit there is no problem which takes away the challenge a little.

    I'll be traveling be to Asia pretty soon and am specifically interested in Indian WL's after being all thai'ed out. Is it reasonable to assume that Indian girls in Geylang are non-service orientated given their clientele of sub-continent labourers and a better option is Orchard road? I'll only be there for a day so will have to plan this carefully.
    I am not a regular, but I don't recall seeing Indian girls at OT..
    There used to be many in the "old" Geylang, but now? And none either in the houses.
    If you are really after Indian girls, you may be better off using agencies.
    But others with more regular experiences will hopefully tell you more.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  11. Aussie_Jo
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    Originally Posted by Pointy Stick
    True, it would be pure insanity if he tried to do this in Bangkok. Singapore is more efficient than many western countries. As long as he knows the layout of Changi, travel duration to and from Geylang on the MRT and which houses to hit there is no problem which takes away the challenge a little.

    I'll be traveling be to Asia pretty soon and am specifically interested in Indian WL's after being all thai'ed out. Is it reasonable to assume that Indian girls in Geylang are non-service orientated given their clientele of sub-continent labourers and a better option is Orchard road? I'll only be there for a day so will have to plan this carefully.
    Thanks for the various pov guys. I think you guys have made some good points. The OT idea puts too much pressure on me as I also then have to go and find a hotel and the resulting extra taxi rides, which all take time.

    I'll rtff and select a Lorong and go there by taxi. I'll be passing through late at night so I don't imagine traffic should be too much issue.

    When I did a similar thing last year at 1am in the morning that time (with overnight hotel) I was off the aircraft, through customs and into a taxi in 6 minutes. I guess with this plan I can always have a few time points at which I have to abort the system. Where-ever I am Geylang or OT once it gets to 120 minutes to scheduled departure I have to be in a cab on the way to the airport.

    I'll report back with an update after the trip.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  12. FriendlyPlanet
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    Originally Posted by Aussie Jo
    Where-ever I am Geylang or OT once it gets to 120 minutes to scheduled departure I have to be in a cab on the way to the airport
    120 minutes is very conservative. I've left Geylang at 60 minutes to wheel up before, still was at the gate for the plane 20 minutes before flight (10 minutes spare)-

    - 20 minutes to Changi,
    - 5 minutes to pick up BP (did internet check-in),
    - 5 minutes through customs,
    - 10 minutes to gate
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  13. Econo_Tech
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    Originally Posted by FriendlyPlanet
    120 minutes is very conservative. I've left Geylang at 60 minutes to wheel up before, still was at the gate for the plane 20 minutes before flight (10 minutes spare)-

    - 20 minutes to Changi,
    - 5 minutes to pick up BP (did internet check-in),
    - 5 minutes through customs,
    - 10 minutes to gate
    God forbid you get clogged up. My cousin was on a transit, and he had to be rushed through the "STAFF GATE" at immigration as there was a huge tour group from China that had queue all the way out till the glass security door and way past.

    And the airline can close the gate 20 minutes before flight. If they have been churning up a lot of 'block off time misses'. Block off time is the time the Bridge disconnects. And they can sit on the tarmac for another half hour. Doesn't count.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  14. Econo_Tech
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    Originally Posted by Aussie Jo
    Where-ever I am Geylang or OT once it gets to 120 minutes to scheduled departure I have to be in a cab on the way to the airport.
    I have sat calling the taxi lines for almost an hour, on a friday with a mega party at beach - and it can be very touchy if the sky opens up.

    I live here - so I can vouch for that .. it is good and efficient but the taxis can go titty up if it rains and add a weekend with a major event (like F1 or some beach party)
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  15. Dreams
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    Absolutely true...

    Originally Posted by FriendlyPlanet
    120 minutes is very conservative. I've left Geylang at 60 minutes to wheel up before, still was at the gate for the plane 20 minutes before flight (10 minutes spare)-

    - 20 minutes to Changi,
    - 5 minutes to pick up BP (did internet check-in),
    - 5 minutes through customs,
    - 10 minutes to gate
    ...but I understand why he wants to put a bit more. Just in case something goes wrong, like a breakdown or else.. It all depends how "dramatic" it is to miss the flight.. As in everything, your risk taking is dependent on the consequences.. High consequences, means low risk, little consequences, means high rsk.. It is true for sex, finances, work, romance....etc....
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  16. StraightFlush
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    this is what I love about this forum

    When I read the thread regarding 3-4 hours from Changi, the suggestions, comments from so many members to how to accomplish the deal in the timeline. It's fantastic. I will be in SIN in late September, and have been RTFF to find out the best angle / place / price / etc and everyone's comments are so helpful. I am a business/tourist/player and I try not to ruin the market, but there is so much to try and see and do in my few days in SIN. Too many ideas, suggestions, to try. SIGH!

    Can't wait to visit.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  17. Pointy_Stick
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    Personally I'm a little depressed at the prospect of Singapore mongering. I remember when I first came to Geylang in late 2007 the Lorongs were full of hotties from a half dozen neighbouring countries awaiting our patronage. But from RTFF it sounds like those glory days have ended. I'm hoping it isn't true but will be prepared for the worst....
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  18. Mumbaicop
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    Originally Posted by FriendlyPlanet
    120 minutes is very conservative. I've left Geylang at 60 minutes to wheel up before, still was at the gate for the plane 20 minutes before flight (10 minutes spare)-

    - 20 minutes to Changi,
    - 5 minutes to pick up BP (did internet check-in),
    - 5 minutes through customs,
    - 10 minutes to gate
    All regular travellers will agree that aobve calculation will fail 1 in 3 times. Customs and security has taken 60 mins many times at changi. Depends on rush and whether there is high alert at airport. So thank your luck this time.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  19. Slovenian
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    Various POV on timing

    It has been interesting to read the various postings about taking advantage of a short layover in Singapore for our favorite activity. If you tote up all the costs of the round trip from Changi to Geylang (or OT), the time you take on transportation and the possibility that after 11 PM most of the houses have less than the best available, how about considering agencies that arrange girls in safe-houses close to Changi (around the Le Meridien at Changi Village and thereabouts) or near the ECP turnoff? That way you can focus on the business rather than the clock. Many of these have Indian women (as in women who usually live in India) if you prefer, something you will not find easily in OT and not of quality in Geylang. There is enough contact info available if you use Google. In July, it cost me SGD 175 for about an hour with a delightful girl from Bombay who met me at the arrivals in T2. I had called ahead before I boarded my flight in Shanghai. Oh, before I forget, I also paid SGD 30 for the transportation.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  20. Raverboy
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    Originally Posted by Pointy Stick
    Personally I'm a little depressed at the prospect of Singapore mongering. I remember when I first came to Geylang in late 2007 the Lorongs were full of hotties from a half dozen neighbouring countries awaiting our patronage. But from RTFF it sounds like those glory days have ended. I'm hoping it isn't true but will be prepared for the worst....
    Which half dozen neighbouring countries would those be?

    AFAIK the offerings are, and have been for quite a while: Malaysian Chinese (the *original* offering, beginning a few decades ago, in houses), Thai (not a neighbouring country technically, in houses and along lorongs), Indonesian (along 1 lorong), Indian (not a neighbouring country technically, mainly Tamil-speaking southerners along 1 or 2 lorongs), mainland Chinese (not a neighbouring country technically, also more recent, beginning say about 8-10 years ago, along upper and some lower lorongs, most recently some have moved into houses), Vietnamese (not a neighbouring country technically, also more recent, beginning say about 5 years ago, mainly in pubs - upper lorongs).

    Not to mention there was a pimp about 5 years ago in the middle lorongs who had a selection of Colombians/assorted Latinas. Not sure if he's still around but that's a different story.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  21. Econo_Tech
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    Originally Posted by Raverboy
    Not to mention there was a pimp about 5 years ago in the middle lorongs who had a selection of Colombians/assorted Latinas. Not sure if he's still around but that's a different story.
    Well OT is still alive and kicking, nowadays, more than enough frequent Brix and even Pump Room in CQ.

    They just 'migrate' - don't despair.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  22. Fast_Eddie_48
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    airport to Geylang

    Originally Posted by Pointy Stick
    Depends what the traffic is like at that time of your arrival of which I have no idea of. The MRT, however, is totally reliable and you'd mos def know how long the journey would take.

    Don't listen to these naysayers. Three hours is more than enough time.
    to Pointy,

    I take MRT a few week ago from airport to Geylang from the time my flight land to when I check into to my hotel take a bit over 2 hr ,the waiting time going pass custom is 25 min very long line it was 2pm but after I got my luggage only one bag take the shuttle to terminal 2 MRT station to ajunied walk to lor 20 to hotel that only take about 70 min .

    Fast eddie 48
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  23. Dreams
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    No,

    Originally Posted by Mumbaicop
    All regular travellers will agree that aobve calculation will fail 1 in 3 times. Customs and security has taken 60 mins many times at changi. Depends on rush and whether there is high alert at airport. So thank your luck this time.
    I am a regular traveller, and have never waited more than 10 min in immigration at Changi... But yes, as I said before, it can happen if you are very unlucky.. So each takes the risks he can afford.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  24. The_Tanuki
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    Risk is also fun!

    Originally Posted by Dreams
    I am a regular traveller, and have never waited more than 10 min in immigration at Changi... But yes, as I said before, it can happen if you are very unlucky.. So each takes the risks he can afford.
    Getting that last extra blowjob can be a real kicker when you know you might miss the flight, too. A little extra juice in the system!

    The Tanuki
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  25. Dreams
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    Originally Posted by The Tanuki
    Getting that last extra blowjob can be a real kicker when you know you might miss the flight, too. A little extra juice in the system!

    The Tanuki
    It's definitively part of the fun.. Once I had about 4 hours lay off in Changi, , and I was
    very excited at the idea of going to one of the Thai houses. Rationaly, why? It would just be another fuck with a nice , probably Thai, girl, something not so extraordinary, and that I had experienced elsewhere already 100 times+ in my life. But the excitement of a new place, short time etc...
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  26. Raverboy
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    Originally Posted by Econo Tech
    Well OT is still alive and kicking, nowadays, more than enough frequent Brix and even Pump Room in CQ.

    They just 'migrate' - don't despair.
    Where got despair? Not my thing lah.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  27. Nongpagba
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    Pay in advance?

    Just picked up a Chinese girl corner L21. Went to my hotel, then she asked for the S$70 in advance. Did not comply. After some unpleasant discussion she left.

    Is advance payment usula practice in Singapore?
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  28. Danibbler
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    Originally Posted by Dreams
    Well, to each his own. I repeat , perfectly doable if organised. He will be in Geylang about 45 minutes after landing. Rememebr, this is Singapore, not an underdeveloped vountry like some in Western Europe, where you queue everywhere. And choice is about 8-10 girls per houses, each house about 10 meters form each other, so he can check about 40 girls in 15 min.. If he does not like any, then, I can't help.

    Well, I hope he will tell us what he did..And he will have had different points of view.
    LOL! Queueing is what most Singaporeans do!!!

    Ok, in a later post he says that he is doing it late at night. This is good because there will be less traffic but costs go up. They charge more after midnight I think. This is bad because the houses will have a lot less choice.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  29. Econo_Tech
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    Originally Posted by Nongpagba
    Just picked up a Chinese girl corner L21. Went to my hotel, then she asked for the S$70 in advance. Did not comply. After some unpleasant discussion she left.

    Is advance payment usula practice in Singapore?
    You did the right thing. Me. Cash on delivery. Some girls demand you pay first once you reach the room. And the times I paid, the girl forgot english and kept saying more money, more money. Damnit. I said you give me the money I give you big money, and pocketed the whole thing and said 'BYE'
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply
  30. Dreams
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    Originally Posted by Danibbler
    LOL! Queueing is what most Singaporeans do!!!

    Ok, in a later post he says that he is doing it late at night. This is good because there will be less traffic but costs go up. They charge more after midnight I think. This is bad because the houses will have a lot less choice.
    If they queue, it's organised, and never chaotic.
    Out of 50+ trips through Changi in the last 5-6 years, I NEVER queued more than 10 min at immigrration, and 5 minutes thorugh security. Just a fact.
    Posted 3 years ago | #Reply

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