The few freelancers that work their way up and down Fields Avenue are best avoided.
There is usually a reason they aren’t working in a bar (transgender, can’t pass STD test, etc), and whatever it is probably isn’t good for the customer.
Even further up “Perimeter Road” there are even more bars, often opening and closing earlier .
These are usually staffed with less attractive women.
Unlike the go go bars in Thailand where the women on stage do nude dances, shower shoes, lesbian shows and more, the stuff here is pretty timid. Sometimes though, customers will luck out and get into a situation where they can see some tits or get jerked or sucked off in a dark corner.
Most of the staff are poor girls from far away provinces trying to make some money to send home and possibly even score a husband who can offer her some financial security. Foreign currency can be changed into Philippine Pesos at any of the exchange places on Walking Street.
It’s safest to do it during the day and be discreet about it.
Those with US dollars who don’t get a chance to convert their currency needn’t worry.
Too much shouldn’t be expected outside of the big bars like Atlantis. After a few minutes the mamasan will usually ring a bell and the next set of girls will get up and dance.
If customers have special requests on ladies or activities, they can usually talk to the mamasan in any club.
They simply tell her what they’re looking for and in ninety percent of cases, she’ll be able to deliver. Unlike Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, or even go gos in Manila, the barfine here is all inclusive.
One can easily book a hotel online before they show up, or just find something when they arrive.
As long as they get set up somewhere on Fields Avenue, they’ll be in walking distance of everything. At one end, labeled “Walking Street” (even though lots of vehicles make their way through) there are dozens of go go bars.