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  1. #240
    I've been in Bandung for 2 days in January.

    I stayed in the Ibis Jl. Braga close to Jl. Asia Afrika.

    As I don't go out late I just picked a girl from Badoo which was angry with her husband as he wanted to marry his 3rd wife.

    28 with 2 kids, so we met for some fun which was very good and just costing some Taxi money.

    Dee

  2. #239
    Quote Originally Posted by MasterDiverII  [View Original Post]
    Bro,

    It grieves me to hear this. I always found plenty of interesting experiences (with the odd regret) in Jakarta. I hope to get there soon and discuss this matter further with you.

    MD II.
    Can't wait to meet you, bro. Never too old to learn new tricks from a specialist!

  3. #238
    Quote Originally Posted by Menteng  [View Original Post]
    Neng, nok, yes I'm aware of those terms in the Sundanese community, but an ex-neng or ibu with such oral skills? I'll be happy to meet her as my recent experiences in Jakarta are not worth to be mentioned.
    Bro,

    It grieves me to hear this. I always found plenty of interesting experiences (with the odd regret) in Jakarta. I hope to get there soon and discuss this matter further with you.

    MD II.

  4. #237
    Quote Originally Posted by HardHatMate  [View Original Post]
    I recommend the bars on Braga. Just beware of a few things.

    - Saturday night the street is closed off for the night food market. If your ok with crowds and not shy you can meet lots of people here on the street. Highly recommended for the food BTW.

    - These bars close at midnight.

    - There are the old school bars for expats with old girls in them and regular expats. And there are modern bars or grungy bars them with a live band / singer targeted towards the student population or visiting young Jakartans. If you strike up a convo with some of the uni students. You can be in for a great night and I've always been very well welcomed to their tables when you do.

    Please do your own research.
    The bars on Braga or not too exciting. If you are used to the blok M bars in Jakarta, do not expect the same. I do agree with your recommendations on the student population in Bandung. If you are young, with that I mean under 45 years of age, and happy looking for a good time, that should be a priority. There is some nice potential there.

    BTW. Reading the animated communication below, if I am allowed a little inside joke. I always believed a reveller would dance to the tunes of a tambora DJ. Guess not.

  5. #236
    I recommend the bars on Braga. Just beware of a few things.

    - Saturday night the street is closed off for the night food market. If your ok with crowds and not shy you can meet lots of people here on the street. Highly recommended for the food BTW.

    - These bars close at midnight.

    - There are the old school bars for expats with old girls in them and regular expats. And there are modern bars or grungy bars them with a live band / singer targeted towards the student population or visiting young Jakartans. If you strike up a convo with some of the uni students. You can be in for a great night and I've always been very well welcomed to their tables when you do.

    Please do your own research.

    Quote Originally Posted by UsPete  [View Original Post]
    If you're young, wide-eyed and bushy tailed you're guranteed fun in Bandung. The bars and Restaurants in Jalan Braga would be another option.
    .

  6. #235
    Quote Originally Posted by UsPete  [View Original Post]
    Hahah, as I'm sure you're aware Meneer Menteng if she's getting on a bit she won't be called Neng anymore, as that's a generic term in Western Java used to communicate with young girls.
    Neng, nok, yes I'm aware of those terms in the Sundanese community, but an ex-neng or ibu with such oral skills? I'll be happy to meet her as my recent experiences in Jakarta are not worth to be mentioned.

  7. #234
    Quote Originally Posted by UsPete  [View Original Post]

    Hilo77 - Most of your pocket wisdom is conceived for the use of mediocre people, to discourage them from ambitious attempts, and generally console yourself in your own mediocrity. Rls.
    Yes, I am greatly consoled in my mediocrity, indeed I would go so far as to say that my mediocrity is extraordinarily stupendous. No one has ever been as astonishingly and spectacularly mediocre as I.

    I take no small pride in my mediocrity, so outstanding is it. I pity those poor benighted fellows who have not been garlanded with such glittering success at being mediocre as I have.

    I can see why my mediocrity would be so challenging to one such as yourself who has failed to under-achieve quite so gloriously as I have done in life.

    But worry not, having glanced through most of your handful of posts I can see that mediocrity is something that you too have worked hard at in life with no little success, your sedulousness does you credit sir.

  8. #233
    Somehow I get the feeling you guys stereo-type every poster as a western visitor?

    With cheap airtravel of this modern day and age, that could be a slight false assumption.

    It may well be that this poster is from Asia, in which case he would likely walk the short distance to Saritem without sweat.

    Next to Venetian Spa, perhaps add Aloha? Close to the train station too.

    Saritem, if I read correctly in the Jakarta thread, if he's concerned about STD's. Give it a miss. Also Saritem is not safe for first time travelers.

  9. #232
    Quote Originally Posted by Menteng  [View Original Post]
    Can you introduce me to Neng, please?
    Hahah, as I'm sure you're aware Meneer Menteng if she's getting on a bit she won't be called Neng anymore, as that's a generic term in Western Java used to communicate with young girls.

    Omerta- Saritem is a great fun but if you don't speak Sundanese, Javanese or Indonesian you'll struggle to get everything you require. Venetian Spa would be a much better alternative and it's walking distance (or Becak) from the train station. If you're young, wide-eyed and bushy tailed you're guranteed fun in Bandung. The bars and Restaurants in Jalan Braga would be another option.

    Hilo77 - Most of your pocket wisdom is conceived for the use of mediocre people, to discourage them from ambitious attempts, and generally console yourself in your own mediocrity. Rls.

  10. #231
    Quote Originally Posted by Hilo77  [View Original Post]
    Oh Christ he's here too, what did poor Bandung do to deserve this?

    It would be worth sending a TV camera crew to observe this guy as he hesitantly makes his way from the railway station, sweat stains spreading like dark saddle bags across the front of his shirt, with his map in one hand and his Indonesian phrase book in the other, fearfully approaching the taxi driver hoping to find his long-lusted for Sundanese beauty (I must see if my wife's former maid Neng is still free these days, she's getting on a bit but she could do with the cash and she can suck cock like no other maid we ever had, she'll do his laundry for him too if he asks her nicely), and all the while he's making frantic mental calculations to see whether his limited funds will hold out.

    I hope he provides a full field report on his trip. It will be comical.
    Can you introduce me to Neng, please?

  11. #230
    Quote Originally Posted by Omerta  [View Original Post]
    Hello folks,

    During my Indonesia visit will be staying in Bandung for 2-3 days. Have heard a lot about Sundanese girls from Bandung. Want to try Saritem. How far is this place from train station and how to reach there? How are the girls in this area. What are the current charges in Saritem. Please help.

    Thanks,

    Omerta
    Oh Christ he's here too, what did poor Bandung do to deserve this?

    It would be worth sending a TV camera crew to observe this guy as he hesitantly makes his way from the railway station, sweat stains spreading like dark saddle bags across the front of his shirt, with his map in one hand and his Indonesian phrase book in the other, fearfully approaching the taxi driver hoping to find his long-lusted for Sundanese beauty (I must see if my wife's former maid Neng is still free these days, she's getting on a bit but she could do with the cash and she can suck cock like no other maid we ever had, she'll do his laundry for him too if he asks her nicely), and all the while he's making frantic mental calculations to see whether his limited funds will hold out.

    I hope he provides a full field report on his trip. It will be comical.

  12. #229

    Help required for Bandung Mongering

    Hello folks,

    During my Indonesia visit will be staying in Bandung for 2-3 days. Have heard a lot about Sundanese girls from Bandung. Want to try Saritem. How far is this place from train station and how to reach there? How are the girls in this area. What are the current charges in Saritem. Please help.

    Thanks,

    Omerta

  13. #228
    Quote Originally Posted by Sam1982  [View Original Post]
    Dear Fellas,

    I've been to alexis once a few years ago, sadly I don't visit Indonesia often but I can tell ya, I've been mongering in a whole lotta places but I still remember the fucking the local therein.

    However, this time around. Its Bandung! And Could the seniors please recommend a place like alexis, if there is!

    Is one of those spas listed earlier. Similar?

    Or should I be at Aloha!

    Please let know soon!

    Thanks!

    Sam.
    I know a girl who is a little heavier, 29 yrs. She lives about 1/2 hour from Bandung.

    She will take it in any hole you choose while hubby watches.

    If that's of any help to you.

    But no English.

    Personally I just love Saritem. But don't let them inflate to Bule price. 300 is "normal" Bule price some girls can be 500 but nothing more. Locals pay less.

    Hope that helps.

    OS.

    Watch the girls ordering cigarettes when they come to the room. Room should be 60 75000 RP.

  14. #227

    Like alexis?

    Dear Fellas,

    I've been to alexis once a few years ago, sadly I don't visit Indonesia often but I can tell ya, I've been mongering in a whole lotta places but I still remember the fucking the local therein.

    However, this time around. Its Bandung! And Could the seniors please recommend a place like alexis, if there is!

    Is one of those spas listed earlier. Similar?

    Or should I be at Aloha!

    Please let know soon!

    Thanks!

    Sam.

  15. #226

    Spa

    I went to jogja and after that I went for a short stay in Bandung as I had to see why all indonesians say that Bandung ones are the prettiest of whole java. I heard they are more white but just that can not be it can it? So I would like to share my very short and probably incorrect view / experience.

    First of all Bandung seems full of outlets with the cutest girls ever but with the cute character and relative "small" citycenter comes also the general kampung control as many know each other. So I seemed not able to do much with them in this short time period or I picked out the wrong ones and got that impression. I only was there for 3 short days, the weekend it is supposed to be full of Jakarta people so that could change the scene. I went to some shopping malls, no idea wich one is the BIP mall, and I must say I never saw more smiles except in Makassar towards me. Not to much action from my side as I planned for the paying and sure thing experience of one of the spa's later anyways. Jalan Braga has bars that can stay open till midnight (most places close early in Bandung) and I went inside a karaoke joint. Mostly sexy, sometimes fat, and greedy for tips, so I did not go all the way as the international trade negotiation respect was lacking from the start. Only a few hot ones though, the others plain fat or ugly if you are not drunk. They told me 300 k for 2 hour karaoke and 200 k for each girl that accompanies you and FJ should be possible inside, included, but I felt a lot of additional tipping would be present. Except for the outlet's I only saw 1 bule in town.

    So I went to hypersquare (jalan pasirkaliki) which is not really a square (parking ticket at the entrance), just a block of houses and bigger buildings. On the right you see a club (think it was called amnesia) and if you go immediately left you have a venetian executive karaoke and behind that their spa (venetian spa). The karaoke entrance looked like a very fancy Jakarta style building; the spa entrance looked like a colonial old forgotten door. Inside I was well received and the mamasan spoke english and explained me the different paket. Spa for 300 k, All included packages (rubin, esmerald, .) 580 - 680 - 780 depending of the class (how cantik) of the girl. AI must say that they all looked gorgeous and I never had a more pretty line-up before my eyes (around 20 girls, most of them local sunda). I picked a rubin without knowing it and got a for me 9/10 and very GFE. Not much massage though. I asked around and some do BBBJ spontaneously, others only if you ask. You can have two at the same time but then you just pay double (no discount). At the cashier you get a paper who says 200kIDR of the previous stated money is a tip to the girl. It does not get added to previous mentionned rate. I gave a tip in the room. Probably too much but none or all seemed fine. Maybe for some on the negative side, the sound acting was a bit overpracticed if you are not in to that.

    So all in all if you want to go for the comfort option 680 kIDR with a gorgeous sundanese for one hour and a half is a pretty decent option in a city as Bandung. The inroom hotel pijat I asked one time wanted much more for just a HJ and was negotation unbreakable. If you have a lot (and then I mean a few weeks) of time and do not mind the game, I would go for the freebies though, enough choice in the malls and the outlets.

    Edit: Keep in mind that bandung has no ojeks, mostly angkots and the three wheel driving buggy's. Taxi's are harder to get then in jakarta. Bluebirds are limited and drive around in certain area's. Taxi lightblue "GR" is a decent option. Most of them will pretend though that they not know where your hotel is so be a little bit prepared if you are on a budget. No bike rentals like in yogya or bali.

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