(04-19-2012 05:45 PM)somedude Wrote:
(04-19-2012 04:50 PM)questra Wrote: somedude - I live in Malaysia, bordering country of Singapore. Have stayed and gone out in Singapore a little bit too.
Yes, Singapore is very westernized, and you'll find a lot of expatriates staying there. Singapore girls are typically fashionable and well dressed. You'll find a lot of girls from neighboring countries too (read: Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand) who've migrated there looking for work. The standard of English is pretty high. Like Mark says, Asian girls are typically a bit shyer/less aggressive so you might need to tone down too much aggressiveness. Some local girls only prefer to date White guys - we call them Sarong Party Girls
Clarke Quay is a really beautiful place with a lot of nightspots
Thanks for the reply man.
Just curious, have you heard of MindValley? They're a Personal Development company based out of Kuala, Lumpur Malaysia. They launched The Silva Method and other popular products online. They did a product with Sean Stephenson.
How is Malaysias nightlife? How is it for a western guy? I keep reading about how Asia is growing so much and there's lots of opportunity there. I would love to explore that entire region.
Hey man - Yup, I've heard and read a bit about MindValley. Coincidentally cause a friend of mine actually went for one of their 'recruiting' events. What about them?
Borderline racist comment but I believe being a Western guy (I'm totally Asian btw) is a big advantage over in this part of the world. Malaysia has a vibrant nightlife too but in terms of sheer volume/opportunities Singapore/Bangkok surely beats it hands down. Probably one of the reasons being Malaysia is still predominantly a Muslim country so some parts of the population is opposed to alcohol/dancing/nightlife/etc. Still some places worth checking out in Kuala Lumpur though so if you ever need a recommendation just let me know.
I believe Mark has spent some time in Thailand and Singapore and I'm sure he'd be able to tell you some great stories about his time in this region