19 June 2014 17:00 | By PlasaMSN
Southeast Asia's largest red-light district to close

Surabaya mayor Mayor Tri Rismaharini ordered a shut down of Dolly Alley by July, in an effort to make the city more family friendly



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Indonesia’s second largest city Surabaya is home to the country’s biggest red-light district, Dolly Alley, or Gang Dolly, as the locals call it. It is one of the main economic drivers of the city, with 300 brothels pulling in as much as Rp 500 million (US$42,000) per night.

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