Geylang Massage Singapore 2019
About massage in Geylang, Singapore 2019

A few recommendations about Geylang Massage Singapore. Geylang is the famous red light district. It is a also a touristic area for visitors interested in Singapore’s small local restaurants and cheap(er) accommodation.

But of course here you can find affordable massage (affordable for Singapore prices that is) and even body 2 body and happy ending massage. For those types of massages you need to explore this area at night especially.

Why get a massage in Geylang

First of all this is the place to get a massage in Singapore. There are some other place in the city like Orchard Road but many good massage shops are in Geylang. You won’t find any luxurious spas here. But as far as the price is right Geylang is a good place to start. It is also very easy to get there; just take the MRT to the Aljunied Station, exit on the left and walk ahead 2 blocks.

Geylang Massage Singapore services and price list

Normal Massage – 50 Singapore dollars for 1 hour
Erotic (Sexy) Massage – Between 80 and 400 Singapore dollars for 1 hour
Foot Massage – 33 Singapore dollars for 1 hour
TCM Treatment Massage – 15 Singapore dollars
Detoxifying foot bath – 15 Singapore dollars for 30 minutes

Loy Krathong Traditional Thai Massage on 59 Lorong 27 Geylang has a special promotion 45 minutes Thai Massage + 40 minutes Foot Reflexology at the price of 50 Singapore dollars.

Erotic Massage in Singapore

Well, there are quite a few things to do especially for guys looking for nice erotic massage. Erotic massage is legal in Singapore but of course the downside is that is very expensive when comparing to its neighbours Indonesia and Malaysia. It is possible to save money and have a better service by going to the nearby islands of Batam and Bintan (Indonesia) or even to Johor Bahru in Malaysia.

Other fun things to do in Singapore

Other good things is to try the local Chinese, Indian, Malay and even Indonesian dishes at the local restaurants and food stalls. You should try to eating Durian fruit – some people love it while others hate it. There are a few places to have a drink but if you need a real Singapore club or bar you’re better heading off to Clark Quay.