The Ultimate Sex Travel Guide to Philippines
The Philippines is the ideal destination for the traveler seeking to combine pleasure with relaxation while avoiding the crowds found in other more well known sex tourism destinations like Thailand. English is widely spoken here and it is easier to communicate with the women making it more likely that you will have an enjoyable experience. Most of the sex industry is concentrated in two cities, Manila and Angeles City.
When to go to Philippines?
There are many different micro-climates within the Philippines, but there are two main seasons: November to May is the dry season, with milder months in December and January, whilst June to October is the wet season. The best time to visit is between February and May when the weather is warm and dry.
What about Sex in Philippines?
You can meet girls anywhere here. On the internet. In cafes. At the mall. In bars. Some of them are bar-girls, but most of them are normal girls. So long as you’re not a complete retard, you can date whoever you want. If you wanted to sleep with 3 different girls a day for an entire year, you could do it in the Philippines. Considering Philippine is a christian country, Filipinas are open minded to sex and focus on marriage. In Philippines you will get a better girlfriend experience than Thailand and if you are looking for a wife, Philippines is for you. Filipina are quite conservative in the sexual act thus anal sex is rarely practice.
The difference between Manila & Angel City bar girls. Manila is convenient for the sex traveler who wants to make a quick visit, has limited time and is willing to spend a bit more money. The money paid to take a woman out of a bar for the night in Manila does not include the cost for sex. In Angeles City the bar fine includes the cost of sex though the client may choose to tip after the session for good service.
Philippines Sex Destination Guides
- Sex: It is all over Philippines in different form; freelancers in clubs, bars, a go go, KTV,etc. With as little as P1,000(20$) and you are set for a night out on the town. You could be the oldest, ugliest SOB, and the clock starts ticking with your money, just like anyone else’s.
- Sex Activities: Most of the action will be found in Manila and Angel City. Fun can be found in a go go bar, bj bars, clubs and massage parlours. Philippine is well know for pool parties in hotels and model competition alike, especially in Angel city.
- Accommodation: Once outside Manila and Cebu, budget travelers can get by for around P400(8$) on simple accommodation in guesthouses and backpacker joints. Mid-range travelers will come close to P850(16$) on a reasonably comfortable hotel or simple resort accommodation. Once you enter top-end territory, the sky is almost the limit: top-end accommodation prices will almost always be quoted in US dollars, and will average around US$80 for a resort or standard hotel (though this can go much higher).
Of course, as far as prices go in the Philippines, location is the operative word. Manila’s accommodation (especially mid-range tends to be pricey compared with the provinces. Likewise, the internationally famous resort Boracay is a lot pricier than most other islands, though bargains can be found even there. The season also plays a huge role in accommodation prices: in the off-season, you can ask for and expect to receive discounts on accommodation of between 20% and 40%
- Food: is very cheap in Philippine. Street food will cost you about $1-2 USD per meal and restaurant food will cost between $3-5 USD per meal. Western meals at nice restaurants cost more, from $5-10 and upwards.
- Alcohol:The Philippines is probably the cheapest place on Earth to buy alcohol, whether beer, wine or even premium imported brands. I honestly cannot think of a single duty free purchase of liquor, in any country where I have traveled, where alcohol is cheaper than local supermarket prices. In bars a local beer will cost you 50 pesos(1$) and in a go go between 80-200 pesos(2-4$).
- Transportation: Travel within the Philippines isn’t difficult, if you don’t mind riding the sometimes rickety public transportation. Public transportation start as little as 20 pesos up to 600 pesos for long bus trips(1/2$-10$). There are all kinds of transportation available to tourist and locals: Airplanes and ferries for inter-island transfers, buses & taxis ply in major cities all over the Philippines and the ubiquitous jeepney can be found everywhere. In Metro Manila, modern light rail transit is available on main roads. In tertiary roads & small rural towns the tricycle is the transport of choice.
Tips & Tricks
- Don’t buy drugs from the streets. The drug laws in Philippines follow a pattern set by the drug laws in the rest of Southeast Asia – they’re strict and ready to make an example of any tourist foolish enough to be caught indulging in illegal drugs while on the island.
- Keeping your belongings secure. Theft is a relatively low risk in Philippines, but snatch-theft and theft from hotel rooms are not unknown. An acquaintance of your guide was once victimized by thieves’ breaking and entering into their resort room (that acquaintance and her sister were fortunate to escape relatively unscathed, though they were robbed of their belongings).
- The legal age of consent is 18 and you are strongly advised to stay clear of anything younger than that. Be aware of street girls connected to the police that organize scams. Make sure she show you her ID and kppe in mind it might be fake.
- Taxi scams. Probably the most prevalent scam the tourist will run into when taking a taxi cab in Manila, Cebu, Davao or any other major city, is the drivers claim that his “meter is broken”, or not working for some other reason. He wants to charge you much more for the trip than you would have paid by using the meter. (Besides, if the meter did not work, the cab could not legally be operating!) The easiest way to handle this is to tell him to just use the meter and you will still give him a good tip. If he complies, just tip him a hundred pesos once you arrive at your desired location.
- Money exchange. Upon landing in the Philippines, it is a good idea to change a couple hundred dollars at one of the money changers booths right at the airport. Most reputable hotels change money, and some at a better rate than the banks.. Also, as a general rule, the dollar to peso exchange rate is always better in Manila than in the provinces, and the dollar is usually lower in the provinces and other islands.
Angel City – Travelers that are more price-conscious or simply prefer a more relaxed pace often travel to Angeles City. Angeles City is gaining world fame today as the entertainment capital of the Philippines.
Manila – Sex scene is quite developed with options for all types of travelers. Nightclubs, go-gos, and bars abound where you pay a fee to the establishment (also called a barfine) to take the lady back to your hotel. Manila has the most beautiful hookers in the country.
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SwayPak &Tuol kork in Phnom Penh Visit the notorious and infamous suburbs of Svay Pak and Tuol Kork, where you can find hundreds of cheap prostitutes for 3 dollars for 15 minute.
K11 K11 is a street with dodgy little neon lit shanty brothels all the way down it. It is not for the foreign market, it is generally for the locals, but a dollar is a dollar and sex tourists are welcome here if they so desire.
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