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Geylang Road is a trucking road joining Singapore's business district with suburban areas close to Changi airport. Both sides of Geylang Road host low-rise houses utilized for great restaurants and service shops protected statutorily from urban redevelopment in keeping with its history and old urban heritage. Geylang is famous for its history of prostitution as it's known to be it's prime RLD. Each side street (Lorong) had female prostitutes catering to a specific niche in terms of their language spoken, nationality, age, experience and sexual position according to Wiki Pedia website and other history resources. For example, each street would be filled with Thai, Filipino, Macau, Kantonese prostitutes, and another with Korean, Japanese ones. This is still the case today, while most present ethnic minorities are Chinese, Thai, Indian, Indonesian and Filipino. Other groups include Russian whores and Sri Lanka hookers. In the past one street would be for virgin prostitutes and another for virgin customers. Red neon lights light up in the night in pristine mansions discreetly announcing they are brothels.
Normal clients can only afford working women on Talma Street corners. Mansions are for exclusive business or corporate staff as the fees charged are beyond financial resources of working-class individuals. Geylang is targeted towards heterosexual male clients from all over the world. However, there are some dark street corners where trans-sexuals from Thailand and Philippines solicit for customers. It's note-worthy to mention non-Asian customers are charged 100% higher prices than compared to locals. If a Chinese man was supposed to pay 50 SGD for a service, an American or European would be charged 100 SGD. Foreigners are not considered 'brothers' in this Singapore red-light district.