HONG KONG - The majority of people in Hong Kong are eager to have sex with their partners away from home - no thanks to their cramped living space, Nanyang Siang Pau reports.
Some 70 per cent of Hong Kong's inhabitants want to get out of their own homes to enjoy better sex due to living space constraint.
The findings were drawn from an online survey involving 559 sexually active people aged between 18 and 38 from March to August.
Nearly three-quarters of those interviewed want to have enjoyable sex away from their tiny homes, which is a norm for most due to skyrocketing property prices in the region.
A total of 84 per cent admitted that their living environment was too crowded and made it difficult for them to enjoy sex, with 17 per cent citing that they lived with other family members and 10 per cent saying that their homes were too small for sex.
The survey also concluded that hotels, hotel rooms by the hour, hostels, beaches and parks were hot picks for sex, followed by public toilets, office and school.