Prostitutes in Papua New Guinea are known as 2-kina girls because historically the going rate for services was a mere 2 kinas
- Port Moresby — the capital city with its interesting Zoological gardens, the Parliament building, the museum, and general Melanesian atmosphere.
- Alotau — laid-back capital of Milne Bay province and gateway to some fascinating but remote islands.
- Goroka — an attractive highland town with pleasant climate and the annual Goroka Show. Centre of the country’s coffee industry.
- Lae — the country’s second city, main commercial center and gateway to the Highlands.
- Mt. Hagen — the ‘wild-west’ frontier town in the Highlands, which will introduce you to the cool, crisp Highlands weather and Highlands culture.
- Madang — a beautiful city with breathtaking flights of bats in the evening (it is illegal to hurt them), and even more breathtaking diving.
- Rabaul — the city at the foot of an active volcano which was evacuated and severely damaged by a major eruption in 1994.
- Vanimo — the border town if you want to make you way to or from the province of Papua in neighbouring Indonesia. Popular surfing destination.
- Wewak — the gateway to the Sepik river, where you can experience Sepik culture, the river itself, and the elaborate carvings typical of the region.
Sex Scene and Prostitution Papua New Guinea
Prostitution is on the rise in the National Capital District, with prostitutes linked to night clubs as a result of high cost of living in the city. About five nightclubs in Port Moresby are engaged in this prostitution trade
Red Light Districts in Papua New Guinea
Most of the prostitution concentrates in the seedy parts of the town.
Street Prostitutes in Papua New Guinea
Prostitutes in Papua New Guinea are known as 2-kina girls because historically the going rate for services was only 2 kinas.
Not legal and not present.
Although illegal, several night clubs effectively function s brothels.There is a night club called Magila Gorilla Club and the place is full of prostitutes. The drinks are reasonably priced. It is in a very rough part of POM, so becareful after night fall. Not as rough as KilaKila but pretty bad. It is located at Magila Road, Six Mile, Port Moresby.