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Singapore hookup guide advises how to pick up girls and where to find beautiful women. The best nightclubs and top places for dating in Singapore are listed in this single man’s travel guide. Read more how to date Singaporean girls and how to get laid in Singapore, Asia.

The Marina Bay Sands and Singapore Flyer

Singapore Top 10 Overview:

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How to Pick Up Girls

There are Chinese, Malay and Indian girls in Singapore. Non of them are easy to get laid with and it really depends what race are you if they are willing to hook up with you. You should not ask where the girl is from since most girls get asked about it all the time, since everyone in Singapore come from somewhere.

Chinese girls are the best if you are up to something serious, but also can be often a good fucks if you like them skinny.

Malay girls are the least attractive and it is also difficult to meet them without the social circles. Most Malay girls can be found from the East side.

Indian girls are definitely the best when it comes to the sex. Since sex is "banned" in India, the girls often get very wild when they come to the Singapore. Their have also bigger booties and huge tits and nipples! Also, the Indian girls in Singapore suck the dick like a crazy!

The Chinese Malaysian are also a one group. These girls are from Malaysia but ethnically Chinese. They are not actual Singaporeans, so they dont have the same "snobby" attitude as the local girls and are much more down to earth and love foreigners.

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Singapore Airlines flight attendants
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Stereotype of girls:

The girls of Singapore are the hottest models you will ever meet, that happen to know how to talk, and happen to be very annoying. They are generally out of touch with sexuality and do not even go night clubs till they are close to their 30s. Most of the girls in Singapore are cute, but very annoying since they want all kind of romantic things and are dreaming about true love and not often down to a fuck.

It is horrible to go for a dates with them since they talk a lot about their work status, real estate, their famous friends and many things that really do not matter when it comes to a sex.

Singaporean girls are difficult and unpleasant to be with anyway, and even if you end up having sex with them, the sex is very rarely anything great.

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Tips for Daytime

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Tips for Nighttime

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Best nightclubs to meet girls:

  • 1-Altitude at 1 Raffles Place
  • Bang Bang at 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
  • Canvas Club at 20 Upper Circular Road
  • The Cufflink Club at 6 Jiak Chuan Road
  • CÉ LA VI at 1 Bayfront Avenue Marina Bay Sands Tower 3
  • F Club Singapore at 3B River Valley Rd
  • Kilo Lounge at 21 Tanjong Pagar Road
  • Manhattan at 1 Cuscaden Road
  • KPO at 1 Killiney Rd
  • Symmetry at 9 Jalan Kubor
  • Tanjong Beach Club at 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa Island
  • Zouk Club at 17 Jiak Kim Street

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Costs of Living

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Accommodation in Singapore is quite expensive by South-East Asian standards. Particularly in the higher price brackets, demand has been outstripping supply recently and during big events like the larger conventions or Formula 1 race it is not uncommon for pretty much everything to sell out. Lower-end hotels, motels and hostels, though, remain affordable and available throughout the year.

If you are in to the shopping, then you should stay Orchard Road's shopping malls, the Riverside is probably the best place to stay in Singapore.

How to Get There and Move Around

By air:

Changi Airport (IATA: SIN, ICAO: WSSS) is the major civilian airport for Singapore, and one of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia. It is currently rated the World's Best Airport by Skytrax, for the seventh consecutive year since 2013. It is also the first Airport in the world to do so for seven consecutive years and is one of the world's busiest airports by international passenger and cargo traffic. The airport is located in Changi, at the eastern end of Singapore, approximately 20 kilometres northeast from Marina Bay (Singapore's Downtown Core), on a 13-square-kilometre (5.0 sq mi) site. It is operated by Changi Airport Group and it is the home base of Singapore Airlines, Singapore Airlines Cargo, SilkAir, Scoot, Jetstar Asia Airways and BOC Aviation.

As of 1 March 2019, Changi Airport serves more than 100 airlines flying to 400 cities in around 100 countries and territories worldwide. Each week, about 7,400 flights land or depart from Changi, or, about one every 80 seconds.

By bus:

Buses connect various corners of Singapore, but are slower and harder to use than the MRT. The advantage though of this is you get to see the sights rather than a dark underground tunnel at a low price. You can pay cash (coins) in buses, but the fare stage system is quite complex (it's easiest to ask the driver for the price to your destination), you are charged marginally more and there is no provision for getting change. Payment with ez-link or Nets Flashpay card is thus the easiest method: tap your card against the reader at the front entrance of the bus when boarding, and a maximum fare is deducted from the card. When you alight, tap your card again at the exit, and the difference is refunded. Make sure you tap out, or you'll end up paying the maximum fare! Inspectors occasionally prowl buses to check that everybody has paid or tapped, so those who are on tourist day passes should tap before sitting down. Dishonest bus commuters risk getting fine $20 for not paying or underpaying fares (by premature tapping-out) and $50 for improper use of concession cards. Another advantage of ez-link or Nets Flashpay cards is that you will be able to enjoy distance-based fares and avoid the boarding fee.

After midnight on Fridays, Saturdays and before public holidays only, the NightRider services are a fairly convenient way of getting around, with seven lines running every 20min. All services drive past the major nightlife districts of Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Mohamed Sultan and Orchard before splintering off. There's a flat fare of $4.00, the EZ-link card is accepted but the Singapore Tourist Pass is not valid on this line.

As mentioned earlier, will give you options as to which buses will take you from your origin or destination.

By car:

Car rental is not a popular option in Singapore. It is also hardly necessary for tourists since public transport sufficiently covers all areas of the island with a significant population base. You will usually be looking at upwards for $100 per day for the smallest vehicle from the major rental companies, although local ones can be cheaper and there are sometimes good weekend prices available. This does not include gas at around $1.80/litre or electronic road pricing (ERP) fees, and you'll usually need to pay extra to drive to Malaysia. If planning on touring Malaysia by car, it makes much more sense to head across the border to Johor Bahru, where both rentals and petrol are half price, and you have the option of dropping your car off elsewhere in the country. This also avoids the unwelcome extra attention that Singapore-registered plates tend to get from thieves in Malaysia.

By train:

The MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) and LRT (Light Rail Transit) are trains that are the main trunk of Singapore's transit system. They are a cheap and very reliable mode of transportation, and the network covers most points of interest for the visitor. EZ-link or Nets FlashPay farecards (described above) are the easiest and most popular ways to use the MRT. All lines are seamlessly integrated, even if the lines are operated by different transport companies, so you do not need to buy a new ticket to transfer. All train lines use contactless RFID tickets. Just tap to scan your train ticket at the gantry when entering and exiting the train service area. Single-trip tickets are purchased from ticket machines located before the gantries and cost from $0.80 to $2.20. A $0.10 deposit is charged when purchasing a new ticket card. The deposit is refunded in double through a $0.10 fare reduction each on the 3rd and 6th trip made with the card. To load a new ticket onto an existing card at a ticket machine, just place it on the designated spot and follow the on-screen instructions.

The MRT stations are clean and usually equipped with free toilets. Underground stations have platform screen doors between the train and the platform while most above-ground stations have Half-height Platform Screen Doors (HHPSDs) so there is no risk of falling onto the tracks. The North-East line is fully automated, as is the new Circle Line, the LRT and all upcoming lines, so it's worth walking up to the front of the train to look out a tiny window and realize that there is no driver! There are exceptions though, when a staff member comes in to drive the train. This is common when a train's automatic driving system fails. In this case, a tape will be put up behind the driving area to prevent passengers from interfering with the driver.

As of October 2017, a Downtown Line extension connects the Chinatown Station with the Expo Station on the Changi Airport Extension, providing travellers with an alternative route to get between Changi Airport and the city.

By boat:

Tourist-oriented bumboats cruise the Singapore River, offering point-to-point rides starting from $3 and cruises with nice views of the CBD skyscraper skyline starting from $13.

Bumboats also shuttle passengers from Changi Village to Pulau Ubin ($2.50 one-way), a small island off Singapore's northeast coast which is about as close as Singapore gets to unhurried rural living.


Digital Nomads and Remote Work

Internet and Mobile Operators

In Singapore you have to show a passport or official Singaporean photo ID to purchase a SIM card for registration. This can be done at any 7-Eleven or Cheers branch and takes 5 minutes. Just like in the USA and Canada, you will be charged for incoming calls too in Singapore.

The low priced (S$5 to S$8) starter packs of the four providers (StarHub, Singtel, M1 and TPG Telecom) are hard to find. At the airport they only sell their S$30+ packages, and they are rarely sold downtown. The best place to find a cheap S$5-S$8 starter is in Little India district in the small shops along Seragoon Rd. and around Mustafa Centre, where they are always 'on promotion' and widely marketed, or in Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre, where you will have to specifically ask for them. As most travellers stay only for a very limited time in town, they might be the better choice for them!

1GB of data costs around S$5 to S$12 depending how long you want it to be valid for (1 to 30 days).

Gambling and Casinos

There are a total of 10 legal gambling facilities in Singapore, offering casinos and horseracing tracks. The most well known and largest gambling city in Singapore is Marina Bay with over 700 hundred tables games, 2,575 gaming, slot, and video poker machines, The largest casino in the entire country of Singapore is Marina Bay Sands Casino which is located in Marina Bay. Marina Bay Sands Casino has 6 gambling facilities, 2,500 gaming machines and 700 table games.

The first Casino in Singapore only opened in 2006, so the Casino industry is very new, when compared with Macau example, but as Singapore is one of the banking capitals of the world, and with many wealthy people regularly travelling through, it is guaranteed that high stakes are being risked every night.

There are also many casino cruises which you can take from Singapore and these will sail out to international waters to avoid any inconvenient regulations that might arise in Singapore. One of these is called "Aegean Paradise Cruise" which casino has 40 live tables, including black jack and poker, few hundred slot machines to play. Minimum bets are no more than S$2. One-night stay in a private room starts from S$40 on a weekday or S$80 on a weekend. Or you can just take an evening trip on board and prices start from as little as S$25. Casino cruises depart from the Nongsapura Ferry Terminal and you are also offered a free pick up from Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal which is 45min away.

Weed and Drugs

Singapore is not really a place where you should smoke weed. It is illegal and any Singapore citizen or permanent resident found to have abused controlled drugs overseas will be treated as if he or she had abused drugs in Singapore! S

Health, Fitness, Gyms and Massage

Choosing where to train in Singapore is not always easy. Not all fitness centers post their prices publicly, This is because many would prefer you to visit them, and allow their salespeople to offer you a membership package.

Never sign up on the spot even if you might be pressured to do so. You should always give yourself a couple of days to think about it since you will be working out at that place almost every day.

Before agreeing to anything, you should always ask about the following:

  • Any discounts (for specific credit card, members card, business of other groups)
  • Administrative sign-up or termination costs
  • A copy of the terms and conditions (This is important)
  • Minimum contract time
  • Payment terms (All Upfront, once a month ot yearly)
  • Free gifts or deals to other places (fitness shops / restaurants)

The Best Gyms in Singapore

  • Anytime Fitness, 59 islandwide
Facilities: Treadmills, elliptical, exercise cycles, strength equipment, circuit, free weights, racks, plate loaded machines. Fees: From $98 a month. Opening Hours: 24/7
  • ActiveSG, 19 islandwide
Facilities: Basic equipment, free weights, stacked weights, cardiovascular machines, shower and lockers. Fees: Year-long membership costs $300 for adults. Per entry rates are $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for senior citizens and students. Opening Hours: Depends on individual outlets, some open as early as 7am and stay open til 10pm.
  • Fitness First, 20 (Alexandra, Ang Mo Kio Hub, Bugis Junction, Capital Tower, Changi UE Biz Hub, City Square Mall, Clementi , Fusionopolis, Junction 10, Market Street, MBFC, One George Street, One Raffles Quay, Paragon, Paya Lebar, Tampines, Tanjong Pagar, The Cathay, The Metropolis, Westgate)
Facilities: Swimming pool and sauna at some branches; workout clothes provided at most outlets. Fees: Year-long membership costs between $150 and $175 per month. Opening Hours: Weekdays, most outlets open from 6am to 10pm. Hours vary for Saturdays, with some outlets opening as early as 6am and closing as late as 10.30pm. For Sundays, outlets open as early as 7.30am and close at 10pm, though some outlets are closed. Individual gym opening hours are here.
  • Safra EnergyOne, 6 (Jurong, Mount Faber, Punggol, Tampines, Toa Payoh, Yishun)
Facilities: Cardio machines, free weights, plate-loaded machines, resistance training machines, showers, towels. Fees: $374.50 to begin membership, subsequently, $128.40 per quarter (Most people get a better deal due to ongoing promotions) You must already be a SAFRA member to register as an EnergyOne member. Opening Hours: 6.30am to 10.30pm on weekdays. Opens from 7am or 9am on weekends and Public Holidays to 7pm or 8pm.
  • Gymmboxx, 6 (Bedok Point, Bishan, JCube, Century Square, Keat Hong, Kebun Baru)
Facilities: Straightforward gym with all the facilities you’d need for a good workout, with comprehensive equipment for strength training. Fees: Between $60 to $70 per month. Per entry access available between $3 to $7. Youth and seniors discounts available. Opening Hours: Some outlets are open 24/7, others open as early as 8am and stay open till about 11pm.
  • True Fitness, 8 (Ang Mo Kio Djitsun Mall, Chevron House, Great World City, Harbourfront Centre, Suntec City, Income @ Tampines Junction, Velocity @ Novena Square, Viva Business Park)
Facilities: Value-added facilities include steam rooms, lounges, an indoor sprint track and boxing rings. Fees: Annual membership start from $89 a month. Opening Hours: Opens as early as 6am and closes as late as 11pm. Check individual gym page for details.
  • Virgin Active, 5 (Raffles Place, Tanjong Pagar, Raffles, Holland Village, Marina One, Duo Galleria)
Facilities: Different outlets have unique facilities, but you can find things like a steam room, ice room, sleep pods, foot baths and more. Price: 6 months, 12 months, and flexible weekly plans, priced at $59, $51 and $67 per week respectively, excluding 7% GST. Opening Hours: 6.30am to 10.30pm on Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm on weekends and public holidays, with the exception of Virgin Active Raffles Place, which is open from 8am to 5pm on Saturdays and public holidays.
  • Pure Fitness, 3 (Asia Square, Ocean Financial Centre, and Ngee Ann City)
Facilities: Sauna, indoor running track, swimming pool, juice bar, complimentary workout gear, towels, socks and toiletries. Price: About $150 to $200 per month. Opening Hours: 6am to midnight from Mondays to Saturdays. 8am to 10pm on Sundays and Public Holidays.
  • Dennis Gym, 5 (Bugis, Jurong, Simei, Tai Seng, Yishun)
Facilities: Comprehensive suite of fitness equipment, used by competitive bodybuilders and recreational clients alike. Price: $78 per month on a one-year contract. Shorter term contracts available. Opening Hours: Jurong, Farrer Park and Tai Seng branches are open 24-hours. Simei branch opens from 7am to 10pm on weekdays, and 8am to 8pm on weekends.
  • Gold’s Gym Singapore, 11 (Bugis, Bukit Timah, Buona Vista, East Coast, Farrer Park, Joo Chiat, Novena, Raffles Place, River Valley, Tanjong Pagar, and Upper Thomson)
Facilities: Equipped for a wide range of training programmes, including fat loss, rehabilitative, pre/post natal, and strength training. Price: Varies depending on training regime enrolled into. Opening Hours: Access to train is by appointment, depending on your customised training programme.

STDs and HIV

There were 434 new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections reported among the residents of Singapore in 2017. This brings the total number of HIV-infected residents to 7,982 as of end 2017, of whom 1,960 had passed away. The number of new HIV cases among Singapore residents has been consistent at about 450 per year since 2008.

The cost of HIV PEP treatment is approximately $2000 – $2200 for one months course of medication. Since the HIV is not common in Singapore, it would be only advised to use PEP treatment, if you have unprotected sex with a prostitute.

Stay Safe

Singapore is one of the safest major cities in the world by virtually any measure. Most people, including single female travellers, will not face any problems walking along the streets alone at night. But as the local police say, "low crime does not mean no crime" — beware of pickpockets in crowded areas and don't forget your common sense entirely.

Singapore treats drug offences extremely severely. The death penalty is mandatory for those convicted of trafficking, manufacturing, importing or exporting more than 15 g of heroin, 30 g of morphine, 30 g of cocaine, 500 g of cannabis, 200 g of cannabis resin and 1.2 kg of opium, and possession of these quantities is all that is needed for you to be convicted.

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