What is the most challenging experience traveling in China? Unanimously: public toilets! I still remember the most challenging ones were during our trip to the Silk Road in 2006. This year, when we went to Yunnan, there was no exception. Everywhere we went, the public toilet is the squatting type (which is better than the seats because you don’t have to touch anything). Usually, they are not too clean, and sometimes smelly, without doors sometimes, and most likely without toilet paper (which is a norm). Even if you pay, there is no guarantee that the toilet is a clean one. Very often, we would rate those toilets as o”no star”, one star etc.
HOWEVER, there was an exception this time. The public restroom in the Lufeng World Dinosaur Valley which I posted in my previous post, was ********** (10 stars!). Where on earth would you find a TV inside a public toilet compartment with a squatting type of toilet A?so, there are small cute little toilet seats for children. These were the two special features that I saw for the first time in public restrooms. Whether I enjoyed the TV show or not? How would I know….I was too busy taking pictures! Also, the restroom was sparkling clean and beautifully decorated with plants…big plants, small plants. See the pictures!
If any readers would enlighten me with information about public toilets around the world that worth ********** like this one, please do not hesitate to let us know.
By the way, this is another plus visiting the Lufeng World Dinosaur Valley!