Kynu.net Guide

Hanoi, Vietnam
#1
I see that there is still some confusion with how to use Kynu so I think making an updated guide would be helpful.

https://kynu.net/gai-goi/

Kynu is perhaps the easiest way to meet sex workers in Vietnam and still pay a local's price. "Kynu" means "geisha" in Vietnamese.

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Finding someone:

The upper-left drop down menu allows you to find listings based on location. The location is based on the province of the city you're looking for, so for example if you want to find people in Nha Trang, you will not see Nha Trang on the drop down menu. Nha Trang is located in Khánh Hòa province, so you need to click on Khánh Hòa on the drop down menu first in order to see Nha Trang.

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If you are price-conscious you can sort the results by price on the upper right by selecting "theo gia ca." In my experience 300k and under are considered aunties (30+) or younger women with less than perfect skin or looks.

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Notes:

The photos are often of the real girl, but heavily airbrushed to smooth out the skin.

"Cum in alo" means cum in mouth.

The girls are freelancers so their working hours will vary. Some have day jobs and can only meet after work.

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Getting the location and arranging a meeting:

Making a booking is simple and requires text messaging.

Text the password in the listing to the phone number. Make sure the password is the original Vietnamese one, not the Google Translated one. Since I text a lot of different numbers at the same time, I always keep a file listing the phone number and the link of the girl so later I know which text messages go with which listing.

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The reply back will almost always lack proper punctuation, accent marks, and will be filled with abbreviations and slang, which makes it impossible to translate with Google. You are only looking for one piece of information, the location of the short-time hotel to meet the girl.

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"ks" means "khach san" or hotel
"nn" means "nha nghi" or guesthouse

Whatever comes after this is the name of the establishment. Use GoogleMaps to search for it and confirm that the street number on Googlemaps matches the street number given in the text message.

You can then reply with a proposed time, usually within the same day.

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Notes:

Sometimes there isn't a password listed. In this case you can simply text "kynu" to the number and you'll get a response.

Sometimes you will only get a short "hello" message after your password text message. You can then send "Bạn làm ở đâu?" which means "where do you work?"

You are almost always going to be texting with an agent and not the girl directly. I've had different phone numbers send me the exact same message back, word for word, so one agent manages multiple girls and multiple numbers.

Don't expect the girl to be ready to see you immediately at your proposed time. It is just a very general appointment time for the girl.

To hide the fact that you're a foreigner, keep your texts REALLY short and simple. Google Translating even a simple complete sentence is a dead giveaway that you're a foreigner.

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Checking into the hotel:

After you get the address go and check in. You can show them "1 giờ" or "2 giờ" on the cell phone which means 1 or 2 hours. 1 hour should be 100k or below at most places. In HCMC for example it's usually 50-70k for one hour. Some hotels have a minimum booking of 2 hours.

Some hotels want your passport while some don't ask. If they ask, say that your hotel has kept your passport: "Khách sạn của tôi có hộ chiếu của tôi."

Go to your room and text the room number. "P" stands for "phòng" which means "room." Turn on the AC and go take a shower.

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Notes:

Sometimes there is no soap provided or the soap bags are really hard to open. Consider bringing your own soap and toothbrush + toothpaste.

Sometimes there are things in the room that don't work, so don't text the room number until you've verified everything is working.

Sometimes the girl is already inside the hotel while other times they have to travel to the hotel and some other times they are currently with a client, so arrival times can vary. I've had some come within 1 minute of texting while I've had to wait 40+ minutes for some, so be prepared to pay for 2 hours instead of 1 hour.

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Other:

If for some reason you really need to translate something but the text messages lack proper accents and grammar, you can give your foreigner-ness away by texting:

Tôi không nói tiếng Việt, chỉ có tiếng Anh.
Bạn có thể viết tiếng việt cùng các dấu và không dùng từ lóng được không.
Tôi đang dùng google dịch.
This means "I don't speak Vietnamese. I only speak English. Please respond with accent marks and don't use slang. I'm using Google Translate."

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In my experience the girls do not expect tips. To keep prices reasonable for everyone else, don't tip. Vietnam doesn't have a tipping culture.

The price listed on Kynu is the price for full service.

Payment for the girl and room is always after the service is complete.

If you like the girl you can ask for her Zalo account since the phone number you texted is almost never the girl's own number.

Sometimes you will notice that multiple girls work out of the same building. You can consider booking an entire night with the hotel (usually 200-250k) and then you can just be on site for multiple encounters. Usually the hotel reception (both male and female) knows exactly what's going on. They see the same women come to the hotel over and over, after all, and probably have an arrangement with them.
 

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Southeast Asia
#3
Thank you @Somerset for posting this. This is very helpful!

I have also been working on my own Kynu.net guide with screenshots, but it's not yet completed.
 
#7
Kynu.net still works.

I just tried this Kynu.net girl in Ho Chi Minh today on it, 9/10 rating, pretty face (looks better in person than in the pictures), average tits, super friendly and cheerful, and gives really good service.

I got a girlfriend experience from her, but I don't think she'll give the GFE to any customer, I think it depends if she likes you or not.

And her price is really cheap, I paid only 500,000 VND and got her Zalo too hehe.

Send me a private message for her contact info.
 

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Ho Chi Minh
#8
I see that there is still some confusion with how to use Kynu so I think making an updated guide would be helpful.

Web sex số một Việt Nam | Kynu.net

Kynu is perhaps the easiest way to meet sex workers in Vietnam and still pay a local's price. "Kynu" means "geisha" in Vietnamese.

-----------------

Finding someone:

The upper-left drop down menu allows you to find listings based on location. The location is based on the province of the city you're looking for, so for example if you want to find people in Nha Trang, you will not see Nha Trang on the drop down menu. Nha Trang is located in Khánh Hòa province, so you need to click on Khánh Hòa on the drop down menu first in order to see Nha Trang.

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If you are price-conscious you can sort the results by price on the upper right by selecting "theo gia ca." In my experience 300k and under are considered aunties (30+) or younger women with less than perfect skin or looks.

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Notes:

The photos are often of the real girl, but heavily airbrushed to smooth out the skin.

"Cum in alo" means cum in mouth.

The girls are freelancers so their working hours will vary. Some have day jobs and can only meet after work.

-----------------

Getting the location and arranging a meeting:

Making a booking is simple and requires text messaging.

Text the password in the listing to the phone number. Make sure the password is the original Vietnamese one, not the Google Translated one. Since I text a lot of different numbers at the same time, I always keep a file listing the phone number and the link of the girl so later I know which text messages go with which listing.

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The reply back will almost always lack proper punctuation, accent marks, and will be filled with abbreviations and slang, which makes it impossible to translate with Google. You are only looking for one piece of information, the location of the short-time hotel to meet the girl.

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"ks" means "khach san" or hotel
"nn" means "nha nghi" or guesthouse

Whatever comes after this is the name of the establishment. Use GoogleMaps to search for it and confirm that the street number on Googlemaps matches the street number given in the text message.

You can then reply with a proposed time, usually within the same day.

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Notes:

Sometimes there isn't a password listed. In this case you can simply text "kynu" to the number and you'll get a response.

Sometimes you will only get a short "hello" message after your password text message. You can then send "Bạn làm ở đâu?" which means "where do you work?"

You are almost always going to be texting with an agent and not the girl directly. I've had different phone numbers send me the exact same message back, word for word, so one agent manages multiple girls and multiple numbers.

Don't expect the girl to be ready to see you immediately at your proposed time. It is just a very general appointment time for the girl.

To hide the fact that you're a foreigner, keep your texts REALLY short and simple. Google Translating even a simple complete sentence is a dead giveaway that you're a foreigner.

-----------------

Checking into the hotel:

After you get the address go and check in. You can show them "1 giờ" or "2 giờ" on the cell phone which means 1 or 2 hours. 1 hour should be 100k or below at most places. In HCMC for example it's usually 50-70k for one hour. Some hotels have a minimum booking of 2 hours.

Some hotels want your passport while some don't ask. If they ask, say that your hotel has kept your passport: "Khách sạn của tôi có hộ chiếu của tôi."

Go to your room and text the room number. "P" stands for "phòng" which means "room." Turn on the AC and go take a shower.

View attachment 679

Notes:

Sometimes there is no soap provided or the soap bags are really hard to open. Consider bringing your own soap and toothbrush + toothpaste.

Sometimes there are things in the room that don't work, so don't text the room number until you've verified everything is working.

Sometimes the girl is already inside the hotel while other times they have to travel to the hotel and some other times they are currently with a client, so arrival times can vary. I've had some come within 1 minute of texting while I've had to wait 40+ minutes for some, so be prepared to pay for 2 hours instead of 1 hour.

-----------------

Other:

If for some reason you really need to translate something but the text messages lack proper accents and grammar, you can give your foreigner-ness away by texting:



This means "I don't speak Vietnamese. I only speak English. Please respond with accent marks and don't use slang. I'm using Google Translate."

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In my experience the girls do not expect tips. To keep prices reasonable for everyone else, don't tip. Vietnam doesn't have a tipping culture.

The price listed on Kynu is the price for full service.

Payment for the girl and room is always after the service is complete.

If you like the girl you can ask for her Zalo account since the phone number you texted is almost never the girl's own number.

Sometimes you will notice that multiple girls work out of the same building. You can consider booking an entire night with the hotel (usually 200-250k) and then you can just be on site for multiple encounters. Usually the hotel reception (both male and female) knows exactly what's going on. They see the same women come to the hotel over and over, after all, and probably have an arrangement with them.
i can’t find their number, do i need to create an account 1st?
 
#9
To decrypt the address is not easy for me

I fond some photos on kynu to exercise, sometimes it works but mostly fail :D

Any problems when i show the address to the taxi driver and he just navigate to the hotel?
 
#14
Caution if you are taking Grab cars (or Grab bikes)

my dick and i decided to go D10 to explore as it seems there are more girls being listed there on Kynu. Booked a Grab car as I did not feel like taking a bike. A driver arrived after about 5 mins claiming that his friend, with whom I booked the Grab, is busy so he was the replacement driver sent along by his friend to fulfill the booking.

Soon after I got in, he asked me for 10K to buy water for himself. I then took the cash from my wallet. While I was looking for a 10K note, he quickly grab the stash of cash from my hand offering to help. But I believe It was then that he took 300K from me without me noticing it. Apparently, this was typical crime that happened everyday in HCMC - a foreigner not very sharp with the currency and getting robbed in various scenarios.

Obviously I did not get to my KS as he has no intention whatsoever of driving me there. He asked me to get off because he has an emergency as his wife is about to give birth. Altogether I was in this bogus driver's car for no more than 10 minutes.

The bogus driver knew exactly the position where I was waiting for my booking, right down to the last meter, I believe there are only 2 ways this could have happened - Grab App has been "hijacked" by criminals or the bogus driver was working in concert with the Grab driver to con unsuspected passengers

By the way, you guys should also pay attention that there are touts working outside the international arrival area of the airport trying to offer Grab services. What I have been offered is the following - they will show you the Grab App in their phone and say they will book the Grab for you knowing that you may not have data connection. They will then book the Grab to the desired destination as per usual on their phones BUT will cancel the booking soon after. They will then call THEIR OWN CARS to drive around to pick up the unsuspected passengers.

play safe
 
San Jose, CA
#15
This is a typical scam in Vietnam. Here are the numbers you should have in your smartphone on speed dial:

In an emergency call:
Police = 113

Fire = 114
Ambulance = 115 or ∗9999 (a 911-style emergency medical response service in English and Vietnamese)

There are approximately 400 tourist police in HCMC Saigon, but they aren't the ones you should call since that situation was an emergency. The Vietnamese Gov't doesn't take lightly these frauds committed against foreigners, and they will jail for a considerable time the perpetrators. You should read some of the VNExpress articles about criminals caught ripping off or stealing from foreign tourists.

Vietnam depends on tourism. This is the Gov't's revenues and also supports the growth of the airline industry, visa revenues, legitimate taxi companies (Mailinh is owned by the Vietnamese Gov't - I have a friend who works for MaiLinh), and down the chain of related industries such as hotel/lodging, food, buses, tours, etc., even Viettel (again, owned by the Vietnamese Gov't). I always buy/renew my Viettel SIM at the airport. Empower yourself right away with data and voice/phone. Most good smartphones have GPS stamps.

Few tourists report these crimes. You have to do your part and report immediately and take a picture of their car and license plate, as well as the face if possible. And yell for help as most Vietnamese folks will aid foreigners. The vast majority of the Vietnamese populace are decent, hardworking people. Those posing as Grab drivers at the airport blend in, so the authorities can't tell them apart until someone reports them.

When using Grab, make sure you book via the app, and make sure you only get into tthe car of the person on the app. Anything short of "above board" business practices should be cancelled and aborted. And don't ever let anyone in arms length grab at you. If they do, overwhelm them.

I know some Viet Kieu that have thrown some of these scammers down on the ground and made a scene and the Vietnamese police investigated only to throw the scammer in jail. Tourism is an important industry to growth in Vietnam, especially during this developmental stage. I am never nice when booking a taxi or Grab. I am always suspicious and cautious, planning my reaction(s). I am generous and nice after the service is rendered professionally and properly. My 1st trip 20 years ago i confronted a taxi driver trying to scam me. He was deathly afraid i was going to beat him down in his taxi car, or call the authorities. I had a nasty short temper in my 20's. He didn't want my fare, and i ordered him to pop the trunk while i snapped photos of him. Since then, i don't talk much and say as little as possible and it's all business until completed correctly.

If they mess with American passport holders with an iPhone and Youtube account, those criminals will be in deep shit. Because a clear crime recorded and posted on the World's #2 trafficked site owned by Google will go viral and hurt tourism in less than a month.

Tourism police to protect foreigners

Here are the current tourist numbers for HCMC Saigon:

Ho Chi Minh City received more than 4.2 million foreign tourists in the first half of this year, a 10 percent jump year-on-year. It expects 8.5 million to visit this year.


 
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