KINKY Brits are planning to escape the British summer and keep the temperature sizzling by travelling to some of the raunchiest destinations in the world.
And they have just one thing on the mind – no-holds-barred sex.
As thousands of Brits are in the swing of their summer trips it seems many more are planning a last minute trip for some sun.
To celebrate, Daily Star Online has compiled a must-visit list of holiday destinations travellers are flocking to in the search for wild end-of-summer sex.
The sex trade in Thailand is as well-known as its tropical beaches.
From “happy ending” massage parlours, brothels, go-go bars and cabaret to ping-pong dancing theatrics, everything is on display here.
And despite police supposedly putting a ban on prostitution in the “Sex Capital of the World” Pattaya, thousands of girls are still said to be working in the late night hotspot.
Rio De Janeiro
Forget about the football, this colourful city has another tourist draw.
Brazil’s women are some of the sexiest in the world and this is where they sun themselves in thong bikinis by day and party hard at night.
Plus, there’s a more raunchy side. Prostitution is legal and sex workers are said to enjoy a roaring trade.
The Canary Islands receive warm, sunny weather year round, making it a favourite destination for Brits looking for a bit of winter sun.
Plus the sex tourism industry in Gran Canaria is thriving – with sex clubs catering for open-minded singles and couples looking to explore their sexuality in friendly, private surroundings.
Many Caribbean countries have seen a rise in sex tourism in recent years and the Dominican Republic is no exception.
It is estimated that anywhere from 60,000 to 100,000 women work in the sex trade with resorts now catering specifically for the sex tourist market.
More and more five star resorts are pulling in couples and singletons looking for some adult shenanigans in the sunshine.
It also benefits from year round temperatures hovering around 25 degrees – making it the perfect place to escape the winter blues.
Although prostitution is illegal in the Philippines, the sex tourism trade still manages to be alive and well.
There are around 500,000 sex workers who masquerade as bar girls.
Filipinos proudly celebrate diversity and this is said to be one of the reasons that sex tourism has flourished in the Philippines.
A whopping 40-60% of tourists who visit the country are estimated to have traveled to the Philippines for sex tourism alone.