It may come as a surprise to visitors, but the Chinatown in Las Vegas is among the most lively in country, thanks to all the bars, restaurants, and oh yeah -- massage parlors -- that line Spring Mountain Rd, west of the Strip. Now, before we continue, let's review what was discussed earlier: Paying for sex is illegal in Las Vegas. So why are some of these massage joints open 24 hours a day? Well. It's not because that knot in your shoulder is still bothering you at 3am.
Some advice: Proceed with caution. Unlike Nevada's famous brothels, you won't be handed a menu for a few fun and friendly sex acts when you walk through the front door. You'll be charged for the service advertised on the sign out front: a massage. Obviously, these massage parlors don't want to draw attention to themselves; places that aren't careful get busted by cops. Most customers don't want to spoil a good thing, so it can be tough to find reviews of specific places online. Here's a hint: You may get further searching for the term "AMP" -- which, yes, stands for "Asian Massage Parlor."