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Prostitution in Singapore in itself is not illicit, but rather different prostitution-related things are. By law you are not able to prostitute in the open and any transactions or payments have to happen behind closed doors.
It is also illegal to live off the earnings off a prostitute or to be a pimp. Brothels with multiple girls are also illegal however the Singapore Police by and large turn a blind eye to a certain amount of houses of ill-repute as long as they are discreet about their business.
Prostitutes are required to undergo frequent health checks for STDs and must carry a current Doctors certificate to show they are clean. Many of these establishments bring in ladies from China, Thailand, Russia and other poorer Countries to service their clients. This is illegal in Singapore both for these business owners and clients and the premises are frequently raided by undercover Police. Fines are heavy and imprisonment often follows second offenders. Almost everybody that visits these establishments is aware of the legalities and risks involved but the red-light district of Singapore still flourishes.
The primary redlight districts are -. 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. Thousands of prostitutes and massage ladies from different Asian nations offer their bodies and sex in a little zone of 10 side avenues off the Geylang Road.
Most brothels in Geylang are the legal brothels. Their girls are mostly year old from Thailand or China, Malaysia, Bangladesh, India, Vietnam and even from Spain and Russia free lancing soliciting themselves there. The lawful brothels on even numbered Lorongs a Malay word meaning road. The Geylang zone of Singapore keeps on being one of the most sizzling subjects in Asia, and millions troll the three mile Geylang Road and its encompassing "lorongs" every year.