This is a list of social nudity places in Asia for recreation. Includes free beaches or clothing-optional beaches or nude beaches and some resorts. This is reportedly China's only naturist site and quite public and touristy, every day some Chinese and a few Euro nudists congregate here as observed in Feb Naked children cavort all over this and all other Sanya beaches. Nudity at the beach was banned starting in February Some public hot spring baths in Japan allow mixed gender nudity, particularly those in rural locations and where permitted by prefectural law.
5 incidents of public nudity in Singapore, Singapore News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
Despite the fact that public nudity is illegal in Singapore , people have been appearing naked in public with increasing frequency since This phenomenon has spawned a lively debate in the press, the broadcast media and on the Internet over whether there should be a space for people to express themselves in the nude in public in Singapore. In Singapore, it is illegal to appear nude in public, or in private if viewable by passers-by. The law came into effect on 27 February and states: "Appearing nude in public or private place. It shall be lawful for any person whatsoever to arrest any person found offending against this Part and to deliver him to any police officer. This was the indecent exposure law which applied only when it was done in a public place and with the intention to insult a female.
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Penang police are investigating a video showing 18 nudists, including Malaysians and four people from Singapore, taking part in nude events at a beach in Teluk Kampi, Penang National Park. In an interview in , Adam Road Medical Centre consultant psychiatrist Ken Ung said exhibitionists get a sexual thrill from the look of shock and horror on their victims' faces. Or, he added, they can be exposing themselves just to attract attention. A year-old man was arrested for taking off his clothes in front of passengers in a rush-hour train on March 15, A female SMRT officer approached the man, but he ignored her request to get dressed.