– There are many working women in Macau who prowl the casinos in search of customers.These gals are usually Chinese and they usually prefer Chinese and other Asian customers.All our hand-picked guiding architects have a professional background in architecture and urbanism with first-hand knowledge of the design and building culture in their country.
Sometimes I think it may not be worth my time to share the information I have since there’s already so much floating around on the internet.
Then I come across a review like this (which is titled “Avoid unless your like prostitution and gambling,” as absurd as titling a review of Alaska “Avoid unless you like snow and nature”) and I realize there are still millions or even billions of people in the world who really are unaware of what goes on in places like Macau. The sale of sexual services in legal in Macau, which is precisely why there are so many high quality, sanitary, well-organized and generally safe options available.
They range in nationality though I’ve run into a good number of Filipinas, Vietnamese and Indonesians.
Some work at saunas and are just looking for some fun or extra money on the side. In my opinion rates are too high considering everything else that is so easily available.
Rates vary depending on the place, the services and the level and origin of the girls a customer chooses but expect to drop the equivalent of between 250 and 500 US dollars for several hours of real fun.
As stated I have already reviewed a number of saunas on this website (Emperor Sauna, Familia Nobre, Golden Sauna, Rio Spa, Sanado Health Spa).Customers walk in, chose one or more of the ladies from the extensive line up of beautiful women (mostly from Vietnam) and then head to a private room where they get bath play followed by full service fun.Another fishbowl is Darling 2, which is good but not as great as number 1.Our members are independent companies, offering professional architecture tours in the region or city where they are based.We conduct guided tours for experts and non-experts, hold lectures, publish specialised texts, and organise workshops and symposia.That said, I think the Macau shops tend to be a little better on average.