When I reached Taiping Lake Garden (TPG), my bladder was already full waiting for discharge (sound awful isn't it?). That's because all the way from Kampar to Taiping I have yet to make my "pit stop".
I was scouting around for a public toilet at TPG when I spotted one where I could also parked my car. The public toilet required a fee of 20 sen, which is reasonable. However, I noticed that there were caretakers at the public toilet in which they treated the area like their home. I did not suspect much and started to enter the toilet. To my surprise, the layout and design of the place created as if it was not a toilet but like a home. The place was clean and does not have any smell (maybe it was because my nose wasn't working that day.. I had a blocked nose).
The standing toilets were and clean and guess what, there were no graffiti on the wall, the basin were all clean and in good working order.
When I finished my "assignment" and walking out to the enterance , I was surprised that there was a sort of a Balinese garden inside the toilet. I couldn't help but to take a picture of it.
I have never been so happy and amazed going to a public toilet and would like to vote the Taiping Lake Garden public toilet, MALAYSIA"S BEST PUBLIC TOILET.