The diversity of public toilets
• The diversity of public toilets
Urinating - is a natural biological process. As part of etiquette, people created special premises. Not only in all corners of the planet, they are what we are used to seeing them ...
The Japanese public toilets are no paper towels. Usually the Japanese are with special hand towels and use them after using the toilet. At the entrance you need to wear special shoes - Japanese do not go to the toilet in slippers, even at home. In Japan, you can see the high-tech toilets with heated seats, built-in music, mini-shower and even equipped with sensors speaking.
Traditional Turkish toilet is a hole in the floor. The restrooms in Turkey you will not find toilet paper - after Urinating need to be washed away, and it must be done with the left hand. Sometimes you can find toilet paper in the Turkish toilets, but it is only intended to wipe dry after cleaning the.
It was in London, the first public toilet was opened. The entrance is for a fee, and this tradition continues to exist in our time. Previously, public toilets in the capital of England did not differ cleanliness and good sanitary conditions and, unfortunately, almost nothing has changed since then - not only that the toilets are dirty in London and pay them more difficult to find. In addition, public toilets are often the victim of vandals.
Although in recent years in public places in India and there are European toilets toilet seat, toilet paper instead of Indians use water - often in Indian toilets can be found special containers with water, but in a more sanitized places - even the spray arms.
Singapore is considered one of the cleanest cities in the world, and public toilets in it, too, is no exception. There is even a law according to which you have to drain the water after going to the bathroom. And if suddenly the police as a result of audit discovers that you have not washed for them, then you face a fine.
Do not get lost, if in a public restroom woman comes to clean it up. Most cleaners toilets in Taiwan - it is women, and does not restrict your presence, while they quietly do their work. If you use the bathroom towels, it is better not to throw them in the toilet, but a trash can - pipes in this country is quite fragile. By the way, in Taiwan enjoy the bath towels, not familiar to us paper rolls.
As in most Eastern countries, Chinese toilet is a hole in the floor. The public toilets in China almost never doors and more often men and women enjoy the same cabin.
In Malaysia, men and women use one toilet, but there are separate male and female prayer rooms, so you should be careful not to confuse them with a toilet. When you visit the restroom in this country you can drabble - is, in many toilets hygienic shower provided. It is a small sink, and sometimes just a small crane, which is right next to the toilet.
In the Netherlands, often in the streets you can find extraordinary men's urinals that are Private outdoor booth without a door.
In Germany, the toilets are gaining popularity pretty unusual shape, equipped with a shelf inside the bowl. It was on this shelf products fall your ability to live before the poison down the drain. Although many believe this design is not very successful undertaking, in Germany, these toilets are in great demand.