Thursday, May 10, 2007

eastcoastlife in Geylang

After a sumptious Peranakan dinner, I brought my foreign male guests to Geylang for a special treat. Geylang is our red-light district where you can find many illegal prostitues from our neighbouring countries, offering sex not only to our local men but also foreign tourists.

My guests wanted an unforgettable experience in Singapore. Many people would not dare to try it but these brave men wanted it so much, and were not shy in asking for it. They have heard rave reviews about it from other friends. So I have no choice but to bring them here where you can find the best in Singapore.

There are cheap ones and expensive ones. They prefer the Malaysian ones because they are more popular and fleshy. Although they cost slightly more than Thai ones, they give the customers a better kick.

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Excuse me .... are we on the same wavelength? What do you think I was talking about?

Scroll down for more interesting photos. Afterall, we are in Geylang.

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Oops. hehehe.... we bought the durians here in Geylang. Durian is the King of fruits!

Okay..... don't see any more photos on the next activity because you will turn green with envy. Don't scroll any more. Go read another blog. Nothing interesting here.

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Hey! You still scrolling down!?

Nothing to see.

Really! !

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Don't get too excited.

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We had a Durian Feast lah! hahaha..... Envious, right! Ichiban durians!

Red Prawn (S$10 per kg) and Sultan durians (S$8 per kg) from Malaysia! The flesh so thick and creamy. Our thumbs and fore fingers sunk almost 4cm into the flesh. Although just after a heavy dinner, we ate 3 big durians!

hahaha.... I couldn't help teasing you readers!

65 comments:

  1. LOL, what a strip teaser you are!! Can't wait to meet you in person!

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  2. Excuse me! When you meet me in person, don't expect me to do a strip tease hor. hehehe..... you will puke!

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  3. Seeing the durians reminds me of your super delicious durian puffs. Yummy.

    Hey, Eastcoastlife, you are pretty good at keeping your readers in suspense.... No wonder your blog is getting more and more popular. Good work.

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  4. hahaha oceanskies!
    I'm just being playful! :)

    Hope I dun get hammered the next time I attend a bloggers' meet. hehe....

    I shall make the durian puffs another day and let's pig out!

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  5. I like durian but I won't go to Geylang for durian...

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  6. Looks absolutely yummy! My wife Tina and son Ethan just loves eating durian. I enjoy them too but not too much as I am afraid of sore throat and getting too heaty... Looks like you guys had lots of fun!!

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  7. wwwaaaaaa!! sob sob. i miss the roti jala with kuah liulian, i miss the liulian, i miss mangosteen and the rambutans :( liulians here no smell, no kick. the rambutans here are like equivalent to AUD$.80 PER rambutan. i go back ipoh i eat till lausai.. ok, sorry but i have to scream some manglish :P but really, i DO miss them!

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  8. Dwayne!
    Why not? It has the best durians there. Just dun look at those girls! :)

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  9. cool insider,
    The stall sells mangosteens (the season now) and chilled young coconuts juice. After eating the durians, drink the refreshing coconut juice. You will not have heatiness.

    This shop here sells very good durians. I can recommend you.

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  10. Ohhh sweetpea!
    aiyooo .... kesian. I'm sure you miss durians, rambutans, mangosteens ......

    One rambutan so expensive ah! Macam eat gold. tsk tsk tsk....

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  11. might be I should tease u back with the famous Balik Pulau Durian ;)

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  12. wah lau! I confess! I'm duped! I tink dirteee... haha... it's funny, ecl! thanks for making me laugh :)

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  13. hahaha pinkie!
    Gotcha!
    You dirtee minded huh. hehehe....

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  14. Can get Nasi Lemak, Chicken Rice in US but definitely cannot get durian. Those durians I see sometimes in the supermarket...there's no smell at all. How can? How can durians have not smell? It should be chow chow, right ?

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  15. chet! wat a 'spoiler'

    :-p

    ------
    uncle sha

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  16. did u get "carrot head" by the durian seller??

    there's some complains about those durian seller at geylang. from flowerpod forum.

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  17. ECL, you have a delightful sense of humour. You know how to send the reaser in a different way of thinking!

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  18. Hi eastcoastlife,

    It's unusual for ladies to openly discuss controversial topics. Nice to have one.
    http://henryleongblog.blogspot.com/

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  19. tigerfish,
    There is a new type of durian which has no smell at all! It's produced to grow this way. Where's the fun of eating then?  

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  20. hi jessica,
    No, I know this durian-seller so he won't dare to overcharge me. I bring many foreigners to his stall for durians.

    There are a few black sheep in that area, they only hurt their businesses if they want to cheat their customers. On the other hand, there are customers who are too demanding and petty and cause such unhappiness.

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  21. Captain Picard!
    OMG! I got you too! hehehe....

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  22. henry dear,
    I didn't discuss any controversial topics wor. I just brought it up.

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  23. My eyeballs popped out initially, not knowing what to expect, esp from you.
    That was a good one, you tease!!

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  24. hahaha stay-at-home mum,
    You are not that 'innocent' right! Maybe not polluted lah!

    Oops, your hubby's gonna be worried you befriended me. hehe...

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  25. Aiks........aiks........aiks!

    Kena 3 times! Bodohla gua ni. I want durians tooo!!!

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  26. hahaha Bernard. Gotcha!

    When I see you in Penang, buy me durians arh.

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  27. One person asked LKY in a speech why not move the Geylang red light district to an island, LKY reply if they move them to an island, they can't complete with Batam, lots of laughters.

    Geylang is one of the few places in Singapore that is truly round the clock.

    Always bustling with people, some of the best food in Singapore, lots of niche shops etc.

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  28. You're right Henry.
    About the food lah!

    I like to bring my foreign guests to Geylang for the food, at any one time there will be food stalls catering to the night owls or late night revellers. There are so many to choose from.

    Of course there are lots of things to see too. I would show my friends the houses with red lanterns and then probably walk in for a tour if they are curious.

    One thing I hate about the place is I constantly got harassed by lewd men asking my 'price'.
    *roll my eyes* This is nothing to be proud of. tzk.

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  29. I can't help saying ... Sei ECL, Sei ECL

    Got me all excited ... for nothing.
    Hmppphhhhh

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  30. hahaha yenjai!
    ok.. ok... I will write a post on this topic soon, with pictures.

    Akan datang!

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  31. yo nyonyapenang,
    Smell the durians?
    hahaha ... it is very very good!

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  32. they have that in geyland.... looks really yummy. i am sure your guest had a good time... and kudos for their bravery in trying... after all, not anyone can take on the king.

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  33. Hi zewt!
    Thanks for stopping by.

    My Chinese guests enjoyed the durians so much. The best they have ever had!
    Durians are very expensive in Beijing and are mainly imported from Thailand.

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  34. What's the stall number and located where leh? Maybe can drive down there to try when my wife is feeling better. She is currently down with sore throat and feeling very weak too. :(

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  35. i know from the beginning u r talking about durian. :P

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  36. haha... i thought it will be frog porridge leh...

    then turn out durian. aiya. i no durian fan lah...

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  37. Brilliant post, almost get me!! At the first glance, i thot hot mama becoming a mamasan in no time!
    Wahaha.. no wonderu said malaysian one give betta kick, i was abt to ask 'not china' one meh?

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  38. Hi sweetie,
    I hope you don't mind but I tagged you on a technorati fav things. If you don't want to do it. No biggie, just tell me and I'll take you out of it. But I thought it would be good for you for more links darling!

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  39. cool insider,
    Oops. I don't have the address but I know where it is and never bother to know the shop number. hahaha....

    Ok... I find out for you tonight. I'm going back there to get durians for my durian puffs.

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  40. Yo keropok man,
    Frog porridge got distinguish Thai and Malaysian one meh? hehehe....

    Gotcha!

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  41. aiyo zeezee,
    heng! Almost being mistaken for a mamasan. Or a pimp? hehehe...

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  42. LOL, durian and girls... The first one is something i like always, the latter i something i like but i dare not try to pick.

    anyway, the texture of the durian looks good. you reminded me of my hometown. =p

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  43. Balik Pulau produces the best durian, the grade A+ durian, in Penang.
    Have a look at this website & read about the Balik Pulau durian..
    U will know what is it about liao ;)

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  44. Hi colourful world!
    you reminded me of my hometown
    I look like a durian? hahaha ....

    Not pick up girls, dear. Woo them. Don't treat girls like chicks huh. hehe....

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  45. OMG! OMG! OMG, Chen!

    The durians look so super yummylicious! I want to eat those when I go to Penang! I'm going to gorge myself silly!!! OMG!

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  46. When I read half way thru, I already know you are refering to Durian. haa haa ..

    Long time didn't go Geyland for the Durian liao ..

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  47. ECL, ok queen d, watch out for those calories now yea..btw, just wanna drop by and wish you a great Mother's Day !:)

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  48. hehe hanneng,
    Clever guy!

    I just went back for durians again. It was great!

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  49. awwww... meltingwok。
    Thanks so much.

    *Hugs*

    I'm watching the calories pile up. haiz.....

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  50. Oh dear, now I am craving for durian ....

    I must go to Singapore at the end of the year for durian feast!!!

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  51. lilMrsT,
    You must come back for durians and we can meet up. :)

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  52. Never have been near a durian. None over here. My missus says I will not like it. But I am a glutton for punishment. ;)

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  53. Simple american
    You will love it if you can take the smell and taste. I'll make you try it. It can also be made into various kinds of desserts. Yummy!

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  54. Hi Mr Bean!
    hehehe...
    No, I have not tried durians from the Philippines. They were not in season when I went.

    Hey, bring me some after your holidays to Philippines!

    I LOVE the mangoes though. Wow!

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