For example, there was a recent controversy over whether sex education should be taught in high school or not. All of these countries have their own unique spin on the topic but most importantly they all have sex for sale. In Brazil it is legal to sell sex aka prostitution. Poverty draws the women to prostitution because they can make a nice livable wage by doing something they already would be doing just with more men. Philippines Manila and Boracay are a few of the most popular destinations in the Philippines for tourists, but it's Olongapo City and Angeles City that bring those interested in sex tourism. Though prostitution isn't strictly legal, it's not exactly illegal either and the laws that are in place to prevent it are rarely enforced , allowing the industry to thrive. Sexual tourism benefits the airlines, taxis, restaurant, and hotels because you need all of these other tourist spots when you travel for sex just like you would if you travel for any other reason. In fact, Poland has an annual Eroticon festival that showcases the latest and greatest sex toys and mechanisms in the adult industry. The World's Most Popular Landmarks Dominican Republic The Dominican Republic's beautiful natural landscape, great weather, and very reasonable prices are major perks for every kind of tourist; but since prostitution is legal, it's also one of the most rampant sex tourism countries. What an interesting turn? Dominican Republic has made a major name for itself in sexual tourism. Brazil you go for the soccer but stay for the sex. Do you travel for sex? What is even happening? Thailand Thailand is filled with ornate temples and gorgeous beaches, but it also has some of the highest numbers for sex industry workers in the world. Stroll along any beach and you would certainly find many gorgeous women sunbathing by the shore of perhaps even taking a dip in the ocean. However, in Japan foreign men are not welcome most of the time because of a few factors that lead the women to find them undesirable to work with.