Sex is on sale in Hong Kong’s Fuji Building

While mainland China has made international headlines with crackdowns on the sex industry both the sale and the purchase of sexual services remain legal in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong. The “one country, two systems” deal isn’t only about the economy.

Hong Kong regulations apparently do prohibit things like pimping which in practice means that most legal prostitution is done through outcall escorting or women working one to a room. The latter setups are known as “walk ups” and typically consist of small apartments which single women use to host clients. The one woman brothels are sometimes scattered around but more often than not they are concentrated in particular areas of even buildings. Some of the women who work in isolated apartments require customers to book appointments through online portals such as the 141 website. Women who work in areas with lots of brothel apartments grouped together typically accept walk in clients.

The Fuji Building on Hong Kong island’s Lockhart Road is home to one of the largest and most well known concentration of walk up one-woman brothers in Hong Kong though you wouldn’t necessarily be able to know that by simply passing by. Unlike the brightly light streets of Wan Chai the Fuji Building is an unassuming tower that masterfully blends in with all of the other commercial and residential buildings that surround it.

The Fuji Building is easy to find by its address even though it doesn’t look anything like a redlight district from the inside. Customers pass through a small entrance door before entering a lobby lined with white marble. Next they walk up a small flight of stairs which lead to two elevators. The building looks fairly typically except for the small signs on the wall which warn that filming the inside of the building and uploading the video to Youtube is unethical.

The elevators are small and more often than not crowded. The discomfort of traveling in these little lifts is exasperated by the incredibly loud music that is played inside of them. Thankfully the boxes move up and down at fairly fast speeds except when people are boarding or disembarking on every other floor.

The Fuji Building has 22 floors. The top 18 are used by working women. Some customers use experience or online reviews to guide them to a particular room but others who are just browsing ride up to the 22nd floor and then take the stairs down until they find a woman to their liking.

Most rooms in the upper floors house working women. Each room has a unique number and these are used by guys who compare notes online. When women are busy with customers or other things they usually hang a small wooden sign on their door that indicates that they are busy. The doors are usually decorated with something like Christmas lights or other signage. When the Christmas lights are illuminated that usually means the woman inside is available but it’s not a sure thing. Guys are expected to ring the bells next to the doors. Knocking is considered to be rude.

Some women in the Fuji Building look at cameras to see who is outside when they hear the door bell ring. If for whatever reason they don’t like what they see they don’t open the door. Others slightly open then quickly close the door to indicate disinterest. Most of the women will however open up for most guys if they are available.

When women do open up they quickly invite guys in to get things rolling. Most are from China and speak little English because most of the clients are local and frankly not very interested in conversation in any event. Typical prices are 500 HKD ($65 USD) for a quick session that includes uncovered oral followed by condom covered intercourse. Some charge a little more or less. Payment is discussed up front but usually delivered after services are rendered.

Guys are expected to shower in the room before the fun starts. Then they head to the bed for the service. The women can be mechanical in their ways which makes sense considering the venue but most are surprisingly eager and willing to do different things. After guys finish they can either get dressed and leave or take another shower before packing up. The women deliver what they promise and aren’t exactly clock watchers but it is clear that they want to maximize their time.

The majority of women are from China. Some are from Hong Kong. A few are from places like the Philippines, Thailand and even Russia. Most of the women are in their twenties and range from attractive to very attractive. Many wear sexy lingerie or even costumes that resemble French maids and such. Some women are older and those women tend to be among the most adventurous. Some of these older gals are even skilled in all sorts of fetish work and games but it would difficult for someone who didn’t speak their language to get involved in that.

Most women start working around 3:00 PM and close up shop around 1:00 AM. There can be some variation. Women come and go all day long as do guys looking for fun. The place never gets uncomfortably crowded but it can get busy at time.

The Fuji Building has a totally mainstream and natural feel to it despite the activities that go on in its walls. This shows that sex work does not have to be relegated to the shadows where it can be burdened with all sorts of dishonesty and even outright danger. Hong Kong has a fairly sensible policy in place that allows places like this to thrive though of course it could be improved. Laws requiring women to work alone are meant to combat organized rings but could theoretically also put women in danger. At least sex work isn’t forbidden. Meanwhile supposedly democratic countries with legally enshrined rights of all sorts continue to lock up adults for consensual activities which is coincidentally the same thing that happens under some of the most authoritarian regimes on earth.

Fuji Bldg, 381-383 Lockhart Rd, Bowrington, Hong Kong. Click here for a map.


  1. EuropeanGuy says:

    I don’t know why that is, but your Hong Kong articles are always a joy to read. I thoroughly enjoyed this one.

  2. Danny says:

    HK is Asia’s “World City”!

  3. Steel says:

    It is great to hear that the environment seems so accepting! How does the general populous view mongers and workers though?

    You also mentioned a crackdown in the mainland. What are the chances that it will spread to affect things in the SARs like Hong Kong and Macau.

    • rockit says:

      I haven’t done any polls on the general population. I know that the sex workers stay pretty busy so some people are interested in them. Prostitution is legal in Hong Kong so there is no basis for any raid that I know of. Cheers.

  4. Diry_gainz says:

    Hi, ive been to Fuji building in the past and let me say it was a great experience. Its located in a very nice neighborhood. But i was wondering if you knew of any other Buildings like the Fuji? Maybe in Kowloon. Ive searched but could not find one.

    • rockit says:

      There are a few around. If I can find the time I’ll write about others soon. Cheers.

    • guy says:

      quite a few over in kowloon, if you see an old lady sitting out front on a stool by herself looking bored she probably has some girls working upstairs

    • rockit says:

      Those buildings aren’t really like Fuji though. They have a few women in a few apartments. Fuji is huge hooker filled complex. Cheers.

  5. asianhunter says:

    I spent two nights in Kowloon recently. Spent some time looking for walkups in several buildings around YMT and Mongkok near my hotel. Success rate was very low. Maybe 3 opened the door when I rang. None were attractive; one must have been at least 50 years old! I followed a hottie into one of the massage parlors with pink signs. No mamasan but rather a bunch of dudes so I walked out. Went to another of these massage parlors where a mamasan told me in English $390 for full fuck. Tiny room with typical massage table/bed and shower attached. TV playing porn. In walks in a pretty little thing. Showered together where she lathered me up real good. After drying off, a good 5 minutes of BBBJ. I then laid her on her back and went to town. I’m getting hard now just thinking about those titties bouncing around. Only wished she would have done anal. That would have been perfect!

    Anyway, point being, I was disappointed with the few walkups in this section of Kowloon. Never tried Fuji, but wish I had. Next time!

    • rockit says:

      Thanks for the report. A lot of people use the websites to find walk ups before they head out to avoid surprises. But surprises aren’t always bad as your story shows. Cheers.

  6. SteveBB says:

    Do you have information on Kyoto sex scenes?

  7. elliot says:

    Hi Rockit,
    This is going to be a little off topic, I am going on vacation to Tianjin in a couple of months and I would like to get some p4p going. Do you know any sauna or outcall services in that city? In other posts you have given websites like tokynightstyle and shanghainighlifeguide. They are great resources for an entire city. Do you have a resource like that for for Tianjin?

  8. Deca says:

    You are a well-season traveler as well. Kudos to you! A country with two systems is very well put.

  9. Chris says:

    Hey rockit, I am planning to visit HK in about a month. I am very interested in this Fiji building, do you know if it’s still active?

    • rockit says:

      Yes it is. It has been around for years. I don’t think it will close any time soon. Cheers.

  10. Chris says:

    Hey rockit, just one more question, do walk ups care about your age? I am 20 years old and might look a bit young and don’t want to be rejected. Thanks again!

    • Chris says:

      Should I call the number in advance and tell them my age and see if they are ok with it?

    • rockit says:

      Prostitution is legal in Hong Kong. The age of majority there is 18. A lot of young men visit sex workers in Hong Kong. While servicing adults is legal sex workers in Hong Kong are free to reject or accept anyone at will. That said this website does not suggest anything or give advice. It is meant for entertainment only. Cheers.

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