This study investigated the foreign immigrant workers` leisure from the leisure constraint perspective. The data was collected in two stages; firstly, items constituting each cognitive domain were identified using freelisting method, and secondly, developed based on the freelisting data, a second survey was conducted for cultural consensus analysis. The consensus analysis aims to determine whether there is a single culture in a given cultural domain and infer the culturally correct information based on the agreement of the respondents. The results show that there was consensus with respect to the use of leisure time and constraints to leisure while there was lack of consensus regarding the meaning attached to leisure. Overall work and/or the work-related matters were the most salient themes regarding the foreign workers` leisure: Work represented the most important use of leisure time, and financial responsibility for family appeared to be the primary leisure constraint. Some implications of the study were discussed.