Mandalay Nightlife

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Mandalay Nightlife

Visitors wanting to enjoy the night life in Mandalay may be disappointed with what the city offers. Unlike Yangon, Mandalay has very limited options when it comes to night time entertainment and drinking as the city does not have pubs and bars. However, just because there are no beer stations, it does not mean that the city is not alive at night. The night life in Mandalay is quite unique, especially when compared to other cities. The absence of pubs does not mean the absence of beer, which can still be enjoyed in the city with some restaurants serving both local and foreign beer.

Adult Entertainment in Mandalay

Prostitution is a major social issue that particularly affects women and youngsters.The prostitutes in Mandalay look quite different and one cannot figure them out as prostitutes at the very first glance. You may find them tattooed with bleached blonde hair. It is said that they are not quite well with foreign languages and they can only speak via sign languages. However, it is to be noted that before you decide to avail and enjoy the services of a particular prostitute in Mandalay, do take some time to decide and confirm whether you are getting hooked up with someone genuine and professional. This is going to ensure further safety in such matters.

You may find freelancer operating in and around the streets of Mandalay. But the availability of an official red light district is unlikely. You may expect to find some action around the Mandalay Royal Palace area. However, one can always choose to ask the local guys and figure out if they know anything about adult based activities by working girls. If you mistakenly approach someone who’s not there to sell sexual services, then it can turn out to be an issue. The prostitutes in Mandalay mostly communicate through sign languages.
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