There are more and more Filipina girls signing up on the dating sites every month and since their English is really good compared to other Asian countries you can just turn on your laptop and start talking to them.
So you could say you are planning a trip to the Philippines and looking for a friend who shows you around.
P Burgos Street is the most tourist friendly and easiest to navigate red light district in Manila.
It’s a 200m long street in the modern business district of Makati (although the surrounding area is not really the most developed part of Makati).
So today I thought it’s a good idea to create an overview guide of the different adult entertainment quarters in the capital.
Manila has four foreigner-oriented red light districts: Each of these areas are quite unique in the types of bars and girls they have.
Only if you want more features then each site has an option to upgrade to a premium membership.
The question is: Which dating site is worth to sign up?
That’s because you can find everything you need for a couple of days for a great single vacation: Bikini bars, sports bars, western restaurants, massage salons and even plenty of freelancers on the street (both girls and ladyboys) offering “massages” in your hotel room.
It’s free to sign up, create a profile and use the most basic functions.
Filipino Cupid also regularly posts testimonials from couples who have met on their dating site and been a couple or even married for many years ever since.
Don’t worry though, if you know what you are doing you still get to see some nipples, just continue reading.
So in the following guide I will give you a description of each Manila red light district, the types of bars you will find, how much for the drinks, bar fines and ladies, where they are located on the map as well as a video with all four areas in it so you’ll get a good idea of what they are like before visiting.