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Q: Where is the best palce to get a full service massage in Shenzhen

I don't mean one with a happy ending i want more then a rub and tug, full serivce where the lady will fully whittles my willy including a bath and the works. No i don;t want to go to dongguan. I want to stay inside shenzhen and spend an afternoon naked.

9 years 23 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Shenzhen

 
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Go to Shekou.  I can't remember the name, but it is only 1 block from The Terrace, about 2 shops to the left of McDonalds.  This will run you about 190rmb there.  But beware, they might ask you for more money to do more things.wink

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walk around the luohu district  (near the train station) 150rmb will get you anything you want

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