While many people enjoy traveling with family, other vacationers can be quickly frustrated with a constant stream of young children. Adults who go on holiday usually seek out locations where there are less likely to be families in order to enjoy a quieter and more peaceful environment. This has led several resorts to completely ban children under the age of One such place is the Akyra Chura Samui, a Thai luxury hotel. This hotel is hoping to increase their flow of adult tourists and has created a niche for couples-oriented holidays. While this is only the second resort in Thailand offering adult-only vacations, it is a trend that is quickly catching on. The French resort chain Club Med has also hopped on board this train by making renovations to its resort in Malaysia, the Cherating Beach Resort. At this location, there is a pool area called a Zen Space that is off-limits for children. Here, adults can go to enjoy some quiet time and not worry about their own or other people's children.
It turns out that while planning for a vacation, there are people who actually are looking for places where they can have uninhibited sex — not necessarily with their partners. Some people look at sexual encounters while travelling as a way of enhancing their travel experience. And to top it all, the sex tourism industry is worth billions with millions of sex workers, both legal and illegal scattered around the globe. Germany : Prostitution and even street prostitution is wide spread and organised sector in Germany and it is completely legal. Interestingly, people join the flesh trade in Germany willingly and there are advertisements, and job offers through HR companies. The practice carries on till date. Dominican Republic : Travellers to the Dominican Republic will see legal brothels, marriage parlours and prostitutes openly roaming around in many of the downtown areas of Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata. The Dominican Republic ranks fourth highest in the world among countries exporting large numbers of sex workers. Spain: Party destinations in Spain that include Madrid, Ibiza and Barcelona which are known for their riveting club and bar scene have also become popular sex tourism destinations.
Sex tourism refers to the practice of traveling to foreign countries, often on a different continent, with the intention of engaging in sexual activity or relationships in exchange for money. This practice predominantly operates in countries where sex work is legal, however, it is known to occur illegally in poorer and less developed societies. The World Tourism Organization of the United Nations has acknowledged this industry is organised both within and outside the structured laws and networks created by them. Sex tourism is commonly regarded as a transnational problem, as it can be seen to target marginalised demographics in developing nations, such as South East Asia and Brazil. The chief ethical concerns arise from: the economic gap between tourists and residents, the sexual trafficking of children and women and the parties taking advantage of the ability to engage with minors. These groups and individuals are subject to the foreign prostitution laws of the destination's jurisdiction, often resulting in exploitation and abuse. Sexual activities that involve children and minors are almost universally non-consensual and illegal.
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