Monday, May 14, 2012

China doll sex workers: four popular places in KL to find them

Does your husband satisfy the following criteria?

(1) Does he come home after 3am on weekends?
(2) Is he Mandarin-educated?
(3) Does he earn between RM2,000 to RM4,000 a month?
(4) Is he aged from 25 to 45?
(5) Does he have sex with you not more than once a month?

He’s probably cheating on you by picking up China-doll sex workers. They hang around four popular spots to solicit for customers.

First is New Peng Wah Food Court, located on Jalan Pudu just next to ASEAN Hotel, about 500 metres from the Loke Yew roundabout. During the day, the food court is as innocent as a kitten; come nightfall, the butterflies of the night descend on the patrons in sexy clothes. Moving from table to table, they ask in Mandarin: "Ni yau kai sing mah? (You want to be happy?)" or "Ni yau aun ma mah? (You want massage?)" Once a deal is clinched, the customer is taken to the woman's nearby apartment or a room in a budget hotel.

Another hot venue is Ace Electronic Building, a biscuit-throw away from New Peng Wah Food Court. Once a commercial building, it is now occupied by stuffy restaurants which are pick-up joints for the China dolls. The apartments are either taken up by Bangaldeshi workers or are the “work stations” of sex workers. The "golden oldies" start business in the afternoon while the spring chickens appear only around midnight.

The third infamous spot is One-Stop Food Court at little-known Jalan Gelang, off Jalan Sungei Besi. Don't be intimidated by its address. It is just 15 minutes' walk from New Peng Wah Food Court. For the uninitiated, this food court stands opposite glitzy Champion Club, a posh KTV and nightclub, complete with a spa. At night, the food court springs to life, with one or two singers belting out songs in Mandarin, Hokkien and Cantonese.

The police and immigration authorities have raided this spot umpteen times. Enthused a sex worker from Shenzen: "Once, the police surrounded the food court. I took off my high-heeled shoes and ran as fast as I could and almost fell into a drain! Lucky, I escaped!" But when there is demand, there is supply. The unlucky women who are caught and deported are replaced by newcomers.

The four hotspot is Wisma Indah, Jalan Tun Razak (behind former Wenworth Hotel). Here older women ply their trade (from as low as RM40/RM50 onward) from as early as 3pm till dawn. To identify the building, look out for Kok Motor Sdn Bhd.

So... depending on who you are: either enjoy yourself (beware that you risk getting rounded up by the cops), or try to catch your husband red-handed in those places.


1 comment:

仪雯 said...

Hi, can I include some information from this post to my master thesis?

Thank you!