If you are looking for a call girl in Singapore, you definitely need to do so legally, as Singapore has very strict laws and regulations. While some define a call girl as a prostitute, in this post, we will define it as a social escort. So, this is how you can find a call girl legally in SG.
Firstly, make sure that the girl is over the age of 18 years old. She can be at least 18 years old, that will be alright. However, make sure that she is at least 18 years old, or she is working illegally as an escort, and that is prosecutable by law for both you and her. To avoid such unnecessary troubles, in Singapore, only go for call girls or social escorts who are aged 18 and above! If you look for a freelance girl, then make sure to verify her age with her prior. If you go to an agency, then make sure the agency is a licensed agency as a social escort Pte Ltd agency with the local government.
Secondly, there will be lots of foreigners soliciting for business on online classified ad sites as well as escort websites. Make sure to avoid those, as most are working in Singapore illegally under invalid tourist passes. Very often, those foreigners are controlled by a syndicate, and the local police happens to make sure that these syndicates are exposed and arrested. Therefore, if you happen to be at the crime scene with the escort when the operation is happening, and you happen to be doing anything questionable, you may be interrogated. That is seriously unnecessary inconvenience to you as a client! Therefore, make sure to avoid them as much as possible, unless you are absolutely sure they are a permanent resident – which they probably are not!
Thirdly, do not try to test the law by soliciting prostitution services from the social escort. People may think that it is only against the local Singapore laws when the service provider solicits in public or over a medium like the Internet or mobile applications from you, the potential client. However, it is also against the Singapore laws if you as a client does it! Therefore, do not do anything stupid like that. Always stay on the right side of the law.
Next of all, there are lots of unregistered and unlicensed service providers on websites which often gets blocked in Singapore. For instance, there was the infamous Sammy Boy Forum targeting Singaporeans, and many unlicensed providers solicit for business there. Avoid these, as these service providers are also often closely monitored before being arrested by the local police force.