Chinese Public Toilet

A toilet like a city wall

If you think this is an ancient Chinese city wall with gates, you are wrong. It’s a public toilet in China.

A public toilet looking like a residence

If you think this is a residence, you are wrong. This is a public toilet in China.

A toilet looking like a museum

If you think this is an art gallery or museum, you are wrong. This is a public toilet in China.

A toilet looks like a pavilion

If you think this is an ancient Chinese pavilion, you are wrong. This is a public toilet in China.

A toilet looks like a Google Glass retail store

If you think this is a Google Glass retail store, you are wrong. This is a public toilet in China.

A Chinese public toilet looks like an old house

If you think this is the entrance to a traditional Chinese house, you are wrong. This is the entrance to a public toilet in China.

A Chinese public toilet looks like a theme park

If you think this is a theme park, you are wrong. This is a public toilet in China.

A Chinese public toilet looks like a temple

If you think this is an ancient Chinese temple, you are wrong. This is a public toilet in China.

A Chinese public toilet looks like Disneyland

If you think this is an ancient Chinese temple, you are wrong. This is a public toilet in China.

A Chinese public toilet looks like a cave

If you think this is a mountain cave, you are wrong, This is the entrance to a Shanghai public toilet in Moon Lake Park, Songjiang District.

A corridor in a Chinese public toilet looking like a mountain trail

The corridor in a Shanghai public toilet, men left, women right

 A restroom in a Chinese public toilet looks like a treasure cave in a mountain

Toilet partitions in a Shanghai public toilet, Moon Lake Park, Songjiang District

The world's biggest public toilet

The world’s biggest public toilet with over a thousand toilet seats in Chongqing’s Foreigners Street (Yangren St), a street lined up with street food, snack stores and restaurants.


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