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Forum for cruisers in Klang Valley. 

Where are your favourite cruising spots? Describe your best cruising experience so far. How do you want or imagine your next excursion to be like? 

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I have revisited in my lust filled dream of this encounter in 2017... many times since then... Only if the ending would have been different. Oh how I miss you Mr moustache.

 

"I came out from the toilet and saw you walking out from dunkin donut while using the phone. Thought you were cute. So I went to my car to wait to get a better  look at you. You sat near my car  while using your phone. You were on the phone for quite a while.  After about 3 minutes or so, I thought I would leave when you suddenly turned around and flashed me a gorgeous cheeky smile, then you turned away and kept on using the phone. My heart skipped a  beat and i /felt a throb down there.  Then you put your phone into your pocket and walked into the toilet.

 

 I locked my car and walked in.  

 

You were at the front urinal with the tap turned on and was washing your cock.  I walked to the urinal further in, turned on the tap and washed my hard dick too. I noticed you didn't stop washing that big bulb of yours. You suddenly turned to me  and flashed me that gorgeous boyish smile again. That was all the signal I needed to turn the tap off and walked to the urinal next to yours. I turned on the urinal and started stroking my stiffy while waiting for your next move. You turned and peeped at my stiff dick.  I did the same and when I saw you stroking yourself, I stood back and reached over to stroke you. You let out a sigh.

 

I tried to signal you to the empty cubicle by pulling your pants and underwear from behind but you didn't move and you shook your head. So I went back to standing behind you to stroke your hardon.  You have a big circumcised mushroom head. You started leaking as I rub your cock's head with my middle finger. I tried pulling you by the back of your pants again to signal you to the empty cubicle with the mirror. But again you shook your head while flashing that smile of yours.  I got confused with the message you are giving. I stood behind you and  gave your cock a few more jerks after which you just said it is too dangerous. I was a bit frustrated with your mixed signal and so I left the toilet and walked back to my car.

 

To the cute moustached guy at the Petronas toilet opposite Eastin earlier tonight, if you are here and happen to see this message, please pm me. I would like to finish off what we started at a 'safe' place of your choosing.  Wished I have had finish jerking you off and make you cum in my hand. Dang it."

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11 hours ago, Hjbjas said:

 

I tried to signal you to the empty cubicle by pulling your pants and underwear from behind but you didn't move and you shook your head. So I went back to standing behind you to stroke your hardon.  You have a big circumcised mushroom head. You started leaking as I rub your cock's head with my middle finger. I tried pulling you by the back of your pants again to signal you to the empty cubicle with the mirror. But again you shook your head while flashing that smile of yours.  I got confused with the message you are giving. I stood behind you and  gave your cock a few more jerks after which you just said it is too dangerous. I was a bit frustrated with your mixed signal and so I left the toilet and walked back to my car.

 

I am not quite sure why you would say "mixed signal"

 

If you play at the urinal, if someone comes in, you can just stop and pretend... even if they noted something strange going on, they cannot do too much about it.

however going into a cubicle is different.  you can potentially be "trapped" by security or whoever, if unlucky.

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1 hour ago, And then said:

 

I am not quite sure why you would say "mixed signal"

 

If you play at the urinal, if someone comes in, you can just stop and pretend... even if they noted something strange going on, they cannot do too much about it.

however going into a cubicle is different.  you can potentially be "trapped" by security or whoever, if unlucky.

Well, maybe you are right.  It could just be a sense of frustration on my part for not being able to continue with the hot fun in the cubicle, but this was before that petrol station had revamped their toilets from full length partitions and doors to its current set up where you can easily see how many feet is in the toilet. " Sigh, no point crying over spilled cum. 

Looking forward to more memorable experience ahead. 

 

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15 minutes ago, likemature21 said:

Where In 3 Damansara? Which floor toilet?

I do like the toilet setup at this mall as there are no partitions between the urinals, where you can easily spot the goods and the cubicles are all full length door with reasonable space for fun inside once you hook up with someone. Plus point is it is rather clean.  I would say the active ones are the ones behind Nandos and also near Sushitei. Though the 1st floor toilets are more quiet if you find the ground floor toilets too crowded. 

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Just out of curiosity, can I ask all of you to type a short reply to see and gauge the current cruising scene in Klang Valley nowadays, post MCO:-

1. Have you tried cruising during MCO? Not judging anyone but I was a good (but horny like mad) boy throughout MCO, must admit that I was so tempted to do it but looking back glad that I didn't. 

2. How about now that MCO is winding down? Would you or have you been cruising? 

3. If your answer is yes to any of the above, where did you cruise? 

4. Did you wear a mask throughout your session? Just not sure what to expect, so hence the question. 

5. What did you boys do? JO, BJ, cuddle, kissing, full on sex? Mmmm, details would be nice 😜

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1 hour ago, Hjbjas said:

I do like the toilet setup at this mall as there are no partitions between the urinals, where you can easily spot the goods and the cubicles are all full length door with reasonable space for fun inside once you hook up with someone. Plus point is it is rather clean.  I would say the active ones are the ones behind Nandos and also near Sushitei. Though the 1st floor toilets are more quiet if you find the ground floor toilets too crowded. 

Ahh icic...

will try and see those toilet if I’m in 3 damansara 

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On 6/12/2020 at 7:47 PM, ianteh said:

 CAreful of the cameras pointed towards the toilet entrance

 

I don't think the official cameras are that worrying, those are mainly for security and are at the entrance of most mall's toilets... Those spying cameras are the ones of more concern... or busybody with phones. 

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On 6/13/2020 at 12:09 AM, ylaf87 said:

No activity since the weeks before MCO. 😔 Not sure if it is the right time yet.

I guess depends how much you can tahan loh. I already can't tahan... 😛 

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On 6/17/2020 at 4:42 PM, Fit4Fit said:

Fit4Fit, you are a certified cruiser.  Thanks for sharing your list of cruising spots as below (I have added a few more to the list) : 

 

 

Cruising places:

 

Parks

1. Tasik Kelana Jaya (HAPPENING!)

2. Tasik Permaisuri HUKM side (HAPPENING!)

3. Bukit Kommanwel hill top

 

Swimming Pools

1. Kelana Jaya Swimming Pool (HAPPENING!)

2. Chin Woo Swimming Pool (HAPPENING!)

3. Bandar Tun Razak

 

Malls

1. KL Sentral toilet besides KFC (HAPPENING!)

1A. 1. KL Sentral toilet besides Secret Recipe (Happening! But most of the time will have to move to other place after hookup.)

2. Nu Sentral toilet besides HM  (HAPPENING!)

2A. Nu Sentral toilet besides Uniqlo + Parkson/Mi Store (HAPPENING!)

3. Sunway Pyramid toilet below TGV

4. Avenue K toilet Level C & next to Tealive

5. Empire gallery Toilet beside popular / uniqlo. (Once in the blue moon).

 

 

RnR

1. LDP towards Kepong besides Caltex (HAPPENING!)

2. LDP towards Puchong from Sunway McDonald (HAPPENING!)

3. Shell toilet at kesas highway towards kota kemuning also got. (Depends lucks, mostly taxi driver or lorry driver)

4. Shell toilet USJ Hicom (Happening). 

 

Gym

1. CF Sunway Pyramid (HAPPENING!)

2. CF Mid Valley

3. CF 1 Utama (HAPPENING!)

4. FF Avenue K (HAPPENING!)

5. FF The Curve

6. FF Empire (HAPPENING!)

7. FF Paradigm Mall (Happening)

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