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I guess there's always some red light districts in every country? So where are these areas in Taipei? Dun get me wrong. I am trying to avoid these areas at nite, as personally I dont feel safe in these areas, especially with female frens. So just want to be clear befor I accidentally landed in these areas I still remember my last trip, I was walking around Ximengding quite late one nite. And this uncle ride a bicycle and chase after me.
I thot its robbery or what. But when he stops in front of me, he asked if I wanted women. Frankly, I was quite startled Unlike Geylang in Singapore , there is no single red light district in Taiwan. That doesn't mean there is no prostitution; they are just so spread out you can't point to any one particular area. Wan-Hua used to be known as the red light district of Taipei and still is to a certain extent , but nowadays most of the sex workers had moved underground, working in innocent looking salons, spas, massage parlors, clubs, dance halls, even tea houses.
No real Red light district now a days. Hmmm , No one chased me on a bicycle offering me "Women"!! There has been some developments in that area recently but no place has been designated yet for such purposes.
You people very hilarious lah. Dragon planning another Taiwan Trip? Remember last time my friend who was walking alone back to hotel near XMT was grab by two xiao3 tai4 pao3 gangsters to a motel type with a girl waiting inside Last time brothel in Taipei was around Hua Xi Jie nite market Profile JOIN. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.
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