Massage in Ho Chi Minh

#1
I have recently traveled to Ho Chi Minh and tried a lot of massage places over there as recommended by this Single Man Forum :D
Kimhuy, Le Han Dai Nam, Zeus, Dntn Pung Thuy, Tiffany spa and also Queen bee. Among these massage places, I have found Dntn Pung Thuy the best for price and service. These massage places are worth spending the money rather than those in Tokyo street, Dist.1, Ho Chi Minh.
Anyways, if there are any more places you guys want to recommend, please tell me :D I will try since I love massage style in Vietnam :D
 
#4
I used to go to Victory in D3, it was good, but I went there today and wasn’t what it used to be. Will probably try out Boss tomorrow, heard/read lots of good things.
 
#5
Boss Palace did not disappoint. Another post on this forum mentioned that there was only the normal and VIP massage offerings (250k and 500k) but when I went today there was an entire sheet of services and prices. I opted for the normal.

Once inside the attendant asked me if I wanted a girl with large breasts but I just told him to get one that was “de thuong” (“cute” for you non-Viets). #36 didn’t appear at first to be that attractive (dark massage room) but when it was all said and done and I saw her outside in the light she was a looker.

Overall the massage was okay (what should I expect for only 250k) but #36 more than earned her 500k tip. Unlike other places I’ve been to there was no haggling and she knew that a 500k tip meant a bj. She undid her shirt and bra and I immediately recognized that the attendant had foregone his suggestion of a girl with a large chest. She than placed my hand on the inside of her skirt but above those tight shorts that many seem to wear. She started off slow, just licking and then doing what seemed like a game her mouth was playing with the balls, but then...full on porn star head. Saliva everywhere, head banging up and down. After a few minutes she began alternating between my nips and “baby.” Strong finish.

I don’t normally frequent the same girl as I’m all about quantity when it comes to massages but I simply cannot pass up another go with #36.
 
San Jose, CA
#8
Just pointing it out so if anyone uses Google Maps the inputting is correct.

It is also helpful for the Apache search to get it right.
 
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San Jose, CA
#10
Yeah you’re right but nowadays the technology is damn smart and especially the google map. Go to google map and type dntn pung thuy, it will automatically tell you the right one.
But if you type in Tiffany Spa, it will take you to a neighborhood of affluent homes in D7 3 blocks away from the storefront.

But if you type in Spa Tiffany, it will take you right there. I learned this on my last trip. For the 1st time, Google got it wrong after getting everything else right on my trip. So i emailed my friend who works at Google Mtn. View to alert him about it.

Now, for DNTN Phung Thuy, it also helps so that categorically, during internal Search on SMF, it categorizes Phung Thuy correctly. Not to mention, when the Google spiders crawl sites during their nightly Chron jobs, they will associate DNTN Phung Thuy with Logan's SMF website, and then it increasingly ranks higher and higher with time because of "site relevance". There are counters in these spiders and the more accurate, ya know, the Keywords, then site gets bumped higher on the Search algorithm rankings.

I have seen e-Commerce websites falter simply due to poor spelling of critical keywords. They stand hardly any chance of SEO or SEM, due to sloppy coding or tagging.

AI works because people where i live work hard to get it right. Even when the users get it wrong. It doesn't always work out that way...
 
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But if you type in Tiffany Spa, it will take you to a neighborhood of affluent homes in D7 3 blocks away from the storefront.

But if you type in Spa Tiffany, it will take you right there. I learned this on my last trip. For the 1st time, Google got it wrong after getting everything else right on my trip. So i emailed my friend who works at Google Mtn. View to alert him about it.

Now, for DNTN Phung Thuy, it also helps so that categorically, during internal Search on SMF, it categorizes Phung Thuy correctly. Not to mention, when the Google spiders crawl sites during their nightly Chron jobs, they will associate DNTN Phung Thuy with Logan's SMF website, and then it increasingly ranks higher and higher with time because of "site relevance". There are counters in these spiders and the more accurate, ya know, the Keywords, then site gets bumped higher on the Search algorithm rankings.

I have seen e-Commerce websites falter simply due to poor spelling of critical keywords. They stand hardly any chance of SEO or SEM, due to sloppy coding or tagging.

AI works because people where i live work hard to get it right. Even when the users get it wrong. It doesn't always work out that way...
Oh I see, but we should be more precautious on our own. For me, even though I search the internet for direction, I still don't trust it at first sight. I have to look up and make sure with the address. Read it one by one and make sure it's the right spot.
 
San Jose, CA
#12
Oh I see, but we should be more precautious on our own. For me, even though I search the internet for direction, I still don't trust it at first sight. I have to look up and make sure with the address. Read it one by one and make sure it's the right spot.
G-maps is more often right than wrong. About 97% right in commonly traveled areas. Google Maps also bought out Waze, also another directions app. Waze is mostly UGC, or User-Generated Content on-the-fly. This is why Google bought them out, as well as for non-competition reasons.

Because whenever we all use G-maps, we are utilizing GPS technology and that smartphone we have in our hands or on our motorbike is being tracked with a global positioning chip, and it logs where our trip started and where it ended. As enough users have the same ending/destination, the information is confirmed by multiple users arriving at the same final destination, or coordinates.

As more coordinates are logged for pre-trip starting points, they become confirmations for geo-coordinates. Landmarks serve as coordinates as well, and all these get logged into Google servers, and so they become archived data which continually gets re-confirmed or updated, such as when a building is torn down and another new one goes up on the same plot of land, or geo-coordinates.

This is why we should try and report as accurately as we could. So that everyone benefits.
 
#13
G-maps is more often right than wrong. About 97% right in commonly traveled areas. Google Maps also bought out Waze, also another directions app. Waze is mostly UGC, or User-Generated Content on-the-fly. This is why Google bought them out, as well as for non-competition reasons.

Because whenever we all use G-maps, we are utilizing GPS technology and that smartphone we have in our hands or on our motorbike is being tracked with a global positioning chip, and it logs where our trip started and where it ended. As enough users have the same ending/destination, the information is confirmed by multiple users arriving at the same final destination, or coordinates.

As more coordinates are logged for pre-trip starting points, they become confirmations for geo-coordinates. Landmarks serve as coordinates as well, and all these get logged into Google servers, and so they become archived data which continually gets re-confirmed or updated, such as when a building is torn down and another new one goes up on the same plot of land, or geo-coordinates.

This is why we should try and report as accurately as we could. So that everyone benefits.
Hahaha...you’re right, bro but anyways i could found tiffany spa last time i used grab map search.
 
San Jose, CA
#14
Hahaha...you’re right, bro but anyways i could found tiffany spa last time i used grab map search.
The core backbone of Grab maps is Google...

Here's the problem they were trying to solve which they're getting better at:

Why Southeast Asia’s biggest ride-hailing company is on a mapping spree

"“…maps are a core part of ride sharing, and if bugs, lags, and/or delays consistently create enough friction, eventually drivers and riders alike will get frustrated, neglect the switching costs, and jump at the opportunity of an alternative, when it does arrive.”""

This is why geo-fencing has to be accurate. Same goes for SEO, SEM, and "site relevance rankings". It starts with Users.

In conclusion, the article includes this, which is very, very true and on point:

""The entire process has been aided by Grab’s users and drivers, who have been consistently providing feedback on dodgy green dots through the app. Between October 2017 and January 2018 alone, the ride-hailing service received 50,000 inputs from driverssuch as info about difficult-to-access pickup spots or better routes to themacross five countries. Grab’s passengers pitched in with another 1,900, leading to a total of 2,000 map updates.""
 
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Hi, do you mean Victory hotel? I'm staying here, do they give happy ending?
Yeah they give happy ending at Victory Hotel. Several years ago that used to be my place, but Victory now prices pretty high, the girls are extremely pushy, and the rooms have seen better days. Since you’re in D3 head on over to Boss Palace. That’s the place in D3.
 
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