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  1. #5079

    Xiang Xi Cun and diamond KTV

    Police still roam but the girls just hide inside the apartments and the business changes. Just need to go inside the scary buildings to see the girls (5-7's). Lots of HK mongers there. Quality is suprisingly good. Service is hit or miss but the first girl that I selected, the service was very very good. Sans the CBJ, everything was awesome. Anybody recommend any KTV's in shenzhen, I proweled around and wasn't happy with the prices at this one place. Diamond KTV. Small room is 2000 rmb. Girls prices are 600/3000/5000. At 5000 its completely unaffordable for me. Also, difficult to even think about spending that cash when there are fukable girls for only 150 rmb that is only a 7 minute walk away. Diamond girls have a lot of plastic surgery ranging from 6-9's (I saw two 9's that night).

  2. #5078
    Quote Originally Posted by Magimbe  [View Original Post]
    I visited Xiang Xi Cun last night, there is a lot of girls around and the quality is really good, the problem is that they are not approaching you as a foreigner and I guess the speak zero English, I saw some real good ones I would rate them as 7's or 8's.

    They are moving all the time in the back alleys, going back and forward and in circles, there is surveillance cameras on the streets, I saw that they take the interested customers in some more secluded corner to negotiate.

    I could not really make contact with the ones I was interested in so I got back to the more "touristic" RLD near the Shangri-La and got a girl back to my hotel for 400 Rmb for 2 hrs after discussing the price for a while.

    Girl was a 6 , she gave did her best, but sent her back after 1,5 hrs and 2,5 pops.

    And called it a night.
    Thanks for the report. Interesting that the girls are out in the open and moving around. Did you recognise Mamas and Papas?

    I sincerely suggest you learn a few Chinese words and phrases (from the thread of the same name here).

    Surveillance is becoming ever more pervasive in China. Maybe the girls have learnt that there is surveillance software that alerts operators when individuals, or groups of people, linger in one spot too long One of many automatic recognition functions available these days (others include people entering specific areas or zones, leaving objects unattended, violent acts, gunshot detection, tracking specific persons, etc etc).

    I return home to SZ next week and I will visit XXC to see the changes.

    Cheers.
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  3. #5077
    Quote Originally Posted by Launchnow  [View Original Post]
    Yes PM me.

    Yes I had fun wi / my sort of gf, she is really really nice. And she has great skills since she used to be massage girl. So can't really lose, right? She only worked at Perthden for a few months and then quit. Heard some interesting stories, but now it's just a "mouth burst" place.
    Heh, nice. Maybe we can share stories over a drink. If not on Wednesday then on Thursday.

    SJ.

  4. #5076
    Quote Originally Posted by Ikksman  [View Original Post]
    My final point is that I believe that activity in the village goes up and down quite dramatically depending on the frequency and severity of LE attention.
    I visited Xiang Xi Cun last night, there is a lot of girls around and the quality is really good, the problem is that they are not approaching you as a foreigner and I guess the speak zero English, I saw some real good ones I would rate them as 7's or 8's.

    They are moving all the time in the back alleys, going back and forward and in circles, there is surveillance cameras on the streets, I saw that they take the interested customers in some more secluded corner to negotiate.

    I could not really make contact with the ones I was interested in so I got back to the more "touristic" RLD near the Shangri-La and got a girl back to my hotel for 400 Rmb for 2 hrs after discussing the price for a while.

    Girl was a 6 , she gave did her best, but sent her back after 1,5 hrs and 2,5 pops.

    And called it a night.

  5. #5075

    Yes

    Yes PM me.

    Yes I had fun wi / my sort of gf, she is really really nice. And she has great skills since she used to be massage girl. So can't really lose, right? She only worked at Perthden for a few months and then quit. Heard some interesting stories, but now it's just a "mouth burst" place.

    Quote Originally Posted by StevenJones  [View Original Post]
    I maybe there Wednesday night, I will let you know!

    Hope you had a good time with your sort of gf.

  6. #5074
    Quote Originally Posted by OldAsiaHand  [View Original Post]
    I believe where you describe is known to us old timers as Seibu BBS. Is the Seibu Department Store still there on the corner? It has been awhile since I have mongered there but I do remember the area with fond memories. In the day, it used to be wide open with girls hanging out of the shops. Last time I was there, most of the shops were closed but there were plenty of touts around selling their wares albeit at higher prices to include their margin. Is it worth a visit now? How does it work?

    Just my POV.

    OAH.
    OAH, I am not sure if you are just joshing me! I am pretty sure that you know that the Seibu Department Store closed in either 2009 or 2010, and that the Cun shops (the Seibu BBS) were mostly closed by the end or 2010. Apparently they never re-opened in numbers after a big crackdown around that time. Surely you have driven around that area since 2010!

    I have posted here a number of times that I am mainly a freebie fan, and am not a frequent P4 Per. I have been to the village maybe 20 times and participated about 8 times over about 4 years.

    The first time I visited XiangXiCun was, I think, late 2010 and at that time there were a few shops open, but no girls hanging out of them (rather subdued actually). I am unaware if there was activity in other parts of the village that have since been knocked down. The last time that I was there was before CNY this year. I have recently been tied up in relationships and travel commitments.

    A few years ago, there were times when numbers of SYTs (maybe 15 or so) have been in the alleys in the afternoons, but none in the evening, between say 8-12 (maybe more in the early morning). During the afternoons they often sat at the intersections of the very dark alleys. But mostly papas and some mamas were there to take you to see the girls. A few times the girls were in shops behind closed doors, but mostly, up the stairs. A few times there were 3 or 4 girls in the rooms. If you rejected them all, then you would have to go down to the alleys again. No more were brought to you in the room!

    As a foreigner, they usually asked 300ST and 500 back at your hotel. Usually negotiated to half those prices. I never had much luck trying to negotiate BBJ etc, even when I was able to communicate in tortured Chinese. Quality was always a bit hit or miss, but IMO generally much better than the other well known haunts talked about here.

    Is it worth it? Up to you! But it is the only place that I know where you can readily get takeout.

    My final point is that I believe that activity in the village goes up and down quite dramatically depending on the frequency and severity of LE attention.

    Cheers.

  7. #5073
    Quote Originally Posted by Launchnow  [View Original Post]
    Sorry. I didn't realize it was full. It has been at 200 limit message for some time but I cleared it out. Let's connect next time yeah!

    I've also been meaning to write about perthden. Their massage menu is hilarious. It is laminated and you can get massage with.

    "mouth burst. " hahah. That seems like BJ I think. Anyway it was the top (highest price) of the menu.

    I wanted to take a menu photo but didn't. I left.

    LOL. BTW, my sort of GF was a massage girl at perthden last year, but she is now legit.
    I maybe there Wednesday night, I will let you know!

    Hope you had a good time with your sort of gf.

  8. #5072
    Quote Originally Posted by OldAsiaHand  [View Original Post]
    I believe where you describe is known to us old timers as Seibu BBS. Is the Seibu Department Store still there on the corner? It has been awhile since I have mongered there but I do remember the area with fond memories. In the day, it used to be wide open with girls hanging out of the shops. Last time I was there, most of the shops were closed but there were plenty of touts around selling their wares albeit at higher prices to include their margin. Is it worth a visit now? How does it work?

    Just my POV.

    OAH.
    I think that has been knocked down, as I was using that as my land mark, but there just appears to be construction work. If it is the old Seibu place, then it is good quality girls there!

  9. #5071

    Ahhh!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikksman  [View Original Post]
    Use Google maps to locate Panglin Hotel. However, be aware it is notoriously inaccurate and confusing, and you are just as likely to find that parts of Luohu are in HK, or at least in the middle of the mud pool separating the two. Or, you can try and follow my directions below for travel via subway or taxi.

    Subway

    Go to Guomao MTR and exit to Jiabin Rd via Exit be. If you can see a rail overpass (and Petrel Hotel), you are facing the wrong way. Walk 2 blocks (east) along Jiabin Rd until you reach the Panglin Hotel. It is a distinctive landmark (see a photo below taken from apartments next to Perthden Hotel / Shenzhen station).

    Taxi

    Ask taxi driver to take you to the Panglin Hotel.

    Luh, Jiābīn L, Pngnin Jiǔdin

    If he is still totally confused after your pathetic attempts at pronunciation (LOL), try saying:

    Yng Guāng Jiǔdin (Sunshine Hotel. On the same intersection as Panglin).

    Eventually he will understand you!!

    You could try and get hotel reception to write address for you, or print this out:
    罗 湖 , 嘉 宾 路 , 彭 年 酒 店
    Luh, Jiābīn L, Pngnin Jiǔdin


    XiangXiCun

    Standing on Jiabin Rd with the Panglin Hotel on your left and the Sunshine Hotel on your right (the name is written in English), advance along Jiabin Rd about 100 m, until you see a big green and white hospital sign on your right (Nanhu Community Hospital?

    On your left will be a small street blocked to cars with 3 or 4 thick bollards. This is the entry to the village. Ignore any touts in the street. Enter the small alleys on the right hand side (pass 2 or 3 first to save time) and you are in ground zero.

    Happy hunting!
    I know that corner, with the Sunshine hotel, a decent sized fountain out front. It was around there I encountered a few milfy streetwalkers. I'll follow your directions and hopfully find this place.

  10. #5070

    U2 explores Shenzhen

    Saturday night, trying to follow the instructions to XiangXiCun, but it's Where the Streets Have No names. Walking around it felt like A Sort of Homecoming when I finally found the Red Light.

    I was wondering If God Will Send his Angels to me, but alas it seems I was Invisible to the few mummies that were there. Must have thought I was The Fool. Clearly it was The First Time for me but I did climb a couple of stairs to a higher Elevation where mummy went first and I said I Will Follow.

    Into the small room I saw Grace and Gloria, but they said I'm Not Your Baby. Desire was strong and loins on Fire, but tonight I was not the Fortunate Son.

    Queens Spa, was not the Miracle Drug either. That place must work in Mysterious Ways that I can't figure out.

    Back to hotel, Jesus Christ, a mummy and a mobile phone, Magnificent. Knock, knock, open door, I was thinking Is That All. She wasn't the Sweetest Thing, nor Miss Sarajevo but also no Lemon, so it was more a Moment of Surrender.

    On to the show, no Everlasting Love this time, Gone.

    Back to Hkg, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For. Might hit Wan Chai. Even Better Than The Real Thing sometimes.

    Love to hear your translations of the night.

  11. #5069
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    OldAsiaHand

    Seibu BBS

    I believe where you describe is known to us old timers as Seibu BBS. Is the Seibu Department Store still there on the corner? It has been awhile since I have mongered there but I do remember the area with fond memories. In the day, it used to be wide open with girls hanging out of the shops. Last time I was there, most of the shops were closed but there were plenty of touts around selling their wares albeit at higher prices to include their margin. Is it worth a visit now? How does it work?

    Just my POV.

    OAH.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikksman  [View Original Post]
    XiangXiCun

    Standing on Jiabin Rd with the Panglin Hotel on your left and the Sunshine Hotel on your right (the name is written in English), advance along Jiabin Rd about 100 m, until you see a big green and white hospital sign on your right (Nanhu Community Hospital?

    On your left will be a small street blocked to cars with 3 or 4 thick bollards. This is the entry to the village. Ignore any touts in the street. Enter the small alleys on the right hand side (pass 2 or 3 first to save time) and you are in ground zero.

    Happy hunting!

  12. #5068
    Quote Originally Posted by Ikksman  [View Original Post]

    On your left will be a small street blocked to cars with 3 or 4 thick bollards. This is the entry to the village. Ignore any touts in the street. Enter the small alleys on the right hand side (pass 2 or 3 first to save time) and you are in ground zero.

    Happy hunting!
    Thanks for the instructions, will attempt to try it out this weekend.

    Just booked at Panglin so hope they are girl friendly.

  13. #5067
    Quote Originally Posted by Magimbe  [View Original Post]
    What would you consider the cheapest time of the day? Afternoon?

    I also have another question, once you know where the flats are, what happens if you show up directly without any mamasan / tout taking you up to the apartments from the street? Maybe you just save the mamasan's commission?

    I have been just offered 1.000 for 2 hours and 1.500 for the night from a Philipina advertising on Craigslist.
    On average I think that weekdays / evenings are the best times to negotiate the lowest prices. Other variables include whether or not there is a crackdown in progress and the proximity of national holidays.

    WRT to time of day, afternoon / early evening seems ok. Between 8:00 pm - 12:00 pm is sometimes OK. Often very quiet because of LE activity. I have no experience after midnight as I am usually in bed buy that time (with company of course). I have even walked through Luohu Cun at 8:30 in the morning, and seen touts still offering girls!

    I very strongly recommend against going to apartments by yourself Could be dangerous to your health. Girls generally live elsewhere.

    I do recommend getting phone numbers of girls and contacting them by SMS or Weixin.

    Cheers.

  14. #5066

    Xiang Xi Cun Directions 101

    Quote Originally Posted by StevenJones  [View Original Post]
    Where is this Xiang Xi Cun? I know you posted directions and photos, but I can't seem to find that post.
    Use Google maps to locate Panglin Hotel. However, be aware it is notoriously inaccurate and confusing, and you are just as likely to find that parts of Luohu are in HK, or at least in the middle of the mud pool separating the two. Or, you can try and follow my directions below for travel via subway or taxi.

    Subway

    Go to Guomao MTR and exit to Jiabin Rd via Exit be. If you can see a rail overpass (and Petrel Hotel), you are facing the wrong way. Walk 2 blocks (east) along Jiabin Rd until you reach the Panglin Hotel. It is a distinctive landmark (see a photo below taken from apartments next to Perthden Hotel / Shenzhen station).

    Taxi

    Ask taxi driver to take you to the Panglin Hotel.

    Luh, Jiābīn L, Pngnin Jiǔdin

    If he is still totally confused after your pathetic attempts at pronunciation (LOL), try saying:

    Yng Guāng Jiǔdin (Sunshine Hotel. On the same intersection as Panglin).

    Eventually he will understand you!!

    You could try and get hotel reception to write address for you, or print this out:
    罗 湖 , 嘉 宾 路 , 彭 年 酒 店
    Luh, Jiābīn L, Pngnin Jiǔdin


    XiangXiCun

    Standing on Jiabin Rd with the Panglin Hotel on your left and the Sunshine Hotel on your right (the name is written in English), advance along Jiabin Rd about 100 m, until you see a big green and white hospital sign on your right (Nanhu Community Hospital?

    On your left will be a small street blocked to cars with 3 or 4 thick bollards. This is the entry to the village. Ignore any touts in the street. Enter the small alleys on the right hand side (pass 2 or 3 first to save time) and you are in ground zero.

    Happy hunting!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Panglin Hotel.jpg‎   Xiangxicun2.jpg‎  

  15. #5065

    Sorry. And perthden

    Sorry. I didn't realize it was full. It has been at 200 limit message for some time but I cleared it out. Let's connect next time yeah!

    I've also been meaning to write about perthden. Their massage menu is hilarious. It is laminated and you can get massage with.

    "mouth burst. " hahah. That seems like BJ I think. Anyway it was the top (highest price) of the menu.

    I wanted to take a menu photo but didn't. I left.

    LOL. BTW, my sort of GF was a massage girl at perthden last year, but she is now legit.

    Quote Originally Posted by StevenJones  [View Original Post]
    Tried sending you a PM but your inbox is full. I've got to SZ today and let me know if you are free to meet for a drink.

    Offer is all open to all, if anyone wants to meet for a drink in SZ tonight, drop me a line.

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