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20. Red-light district – A red-light district is a part of an urban area where a concentration of prostitution and sex-oriented businesses, such as sex shops, strip clubs, adult theaters, etc. are found. The term originates from the red lights that were used as signs of brothels, areas in many big cities around the world have acquired an international reputation as red-light districts. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the earliest known appearance of the red light district in print is in an 1894 article from the Sandusky Register. This has not been proven, but the Dodge City use was responsible for the term becoming pervasive. A widespread folk etymology claims that early railroad workers took red lanterns with them when they visited brothels so their crew could find them in the event of an emergency, however, folklorist Barbara Mikkelson regards this as unfounded. One of the terms used for a red-light district in Japanese is akasen. Japanese police drew a red line on maps to indicate the boundaries of legal red-light districts, in Japanese, the term aosen, literally meaning blue-line, also exists, indicating an illegal district. In the United States during the 19th and early 20th centuries, municipal governments typically defined such districts explicitly to contain and regulate prostitution. Some red-light districts are places which are designated by authorities for legal. Often, these districts were formed by authorities to help regulate prostitution and other related activities. With the confining of such industries to an area, such districts became a destination for originally sailors. Other red-light districts, such as those in Thailand, are areas which are monitored by the authorities. This can help counter illegal forms of prostitution, in areas that do allow regular prostitution to occur. List of red-light districts Media related to Red-light districts at Wikimedia Commons.
21. Geylang – Geylang is a planning area and township located on the eastern fringe of the Central Region of Singapore. It is bordered by Hougang and Toa Payoh to the north, Marine Parade to the south, Bedok to the east, situated just outside Singapores Central Business District, Geylang is well served by the countrys transport network. Geylang Road and Sims Avenue are major roads run through the area, connecting Geylang with Kallang. Six Mass Rapid Transit stations serve the town, Aljunied, Dakota, Eunos, MacPherson, Mountbatten, Geylang is infamously known as the red-light district of Singapore. With many brothels dotting Geylang Road and along various other lanes in the area, asian prostitutes mostly from other countries like Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and China work in Geylang, and visitors and locals alike flock to the area each evening and stay till morning. The town is home to hundreds of brothels, some are regulated, while others operate behind the scenes illegally. The houses in Geylang operating in sex practices are easily identifiable, their numbers are large. The word Geylang may be derived from a spelling of the Malay word gelang which is a type of edible creeper. This is a plausible explanation for the name because Malays typically name places based on the abundance of certain plant species or geological formations. The development of Geylang can best be observed along the trunk road, Geylang Road. At present the Geylang neighbourhood accurately reflects demographic changes in Singapore where out of every four Singaporeans, as a strategic and military outpost for the British, the sea lanes off the Straits of Malacca were important to be kept free from pirates and open for shipping. Other seaports in Asia, from Shanghai to Calcutta, also played a role in the traffic of women, remnants of this pre-war history survive to this day that can be seen in the stereotypical Singapore shophouses along and just off the main Geylang thoroughfare. The Geylang area is composed of north and south sections that are divided by Geylang Road which stretches for three kilometres. Throughout the length of Geylang Road, there are lanes that extend perpendicularly from the main road, the lanes in the north are given odd numbered names, and the lanes in the south are given even numbered names. Shophouses along Geylang Road are protected from redevelopment, and many restaurants have sprung up along this major road, Geylang is also known for its durian shops. To get to Geylang Road, there are several MRT stations in the vicinity of Geylang Road, Aljunied, Dakota, there is also the Geylang Lorong 1 Bus Terminal situated in Kallang. Living in Geylang, a 20-episode drama aired on MediaCorp Channel 8 in 1998, pleasure Factory, a 2007 Singaporean-Thai docudrama film set in Geylang.
22. Orchard Towers – Orchard Towers is an 18-story office building in Singapore located on the corner of Claymore Road and Orchard Road. The first five floors are a combination of bars and retail outlets with the remainder leased as offices, in addition, one of the towers houses 58 freehold condominium residential units. Orchard Tower houses the Embassy of Romania on the 8th floor, Honorary Consulate of Mauritius on the 9th floor, located on level 4 was a cinema in the 1980s. The cinema is now occupied by the bar TOP5, there are various bars and clubs catering for many tastes. Rather than acting as a group of conventional brothels, Orchard Towers serves as an establishment where clients are able to meet and these prostitutes are mostly freelancers who are in Singapore on tourist visas and thus working illegally, and the complex is thus regularly raided by police. They are primarily from Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Russia, Ukraine, bars in the shopping mall include Ipanema, Harrys Bar, Top 5 and Naughty Girl. A Jasons Supermarket is in the basement of Orchard Towers, Jasons Supermarket is owned by the Cold Storage Supermarket Chain. A DBS ATM is located at the entrance of the 2nd tower, 7-11 has a store in the 1st tower facing Orchard Road. On 2 January 2002, Michael McCrea, a British expatriate in his 40s murdered his driver friend Kho Nai Guan, Audrey Ong had helped McCrea in the murder. After the murders, the bodies of the two deceased were left inside a silver Daewoo Chairman 400 which was abandoned on the 6th story of the Orchard Towers car park. Peter Chong discovered the car on 7 January 2002 and informed the car parks security guards, on 7 February 2003, Audrey Ong was sentenced to 12 years in jail for the murders. On 27 September 2005, Michael McCrea was extradited to Singapore on Singapore Airlines Flight SQ228, on 29 June 2006, Michael McCrea was sentenced to 24 years in jail for the murders. Orchard Road Orchard Towers Singapore Building information on SkyscraperPage. com Article in TimeOut Singapore, retrieved 2009-12-07 Top 5 Website Ipanema World Music Bar Best Club In Singapore.

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