08 December 2005

Best Public Toilet In Malaysia

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.

9 comments:

Lye Hock said...

Hey! I didn't know about that...must check it out the next time I'm back.

Chan Kok Kuen said...

Shame on you! But I won't blame you since yur house is near there, you have have an empty bladder when your visit the Lake Garden.

brigitawallova said...

a great experience wasn't it?I wish I could see it myself

Chan Kok Kuen said...

Hi Brigita, thanks for your comments. Wish you could visit our country one day.

Anonymous said...

Hi KK,
Looks like you caught some attention. I noticed that people tend to leave `double meaning' remarks on issues like that when `private issues' are discussed. Grin. And they say they are all clean and innocent wait till you check out what they actually think or do!! It's like the pot calling the kettle black. Nice looking blog. You should do part-time freelance in photography too! TT

Chan Kok Kuen said...

No lah TT, you were the one who thinks that people got two meaning to their words. The Mat Salleh is sincere on her remarks.
Part-time freelance photography? well not lah, I am still a rookie in that.

Anonymous said...

My mind is clear like the running streams of Taiping river... hehehhe...I don't know about you but when I blog I do get `uncalled for' remarks as in implicating that I am being `dirty or obscene' when actually all I wrote about was toilet training or even took some back scene pictures as in back view (and nothing of what you imagine as back scene....*tsk snigger). But in actual fact, when i visited that person's blog, he was even more `obscene' than my words as he posted pictures of naked snowman and snowwoman.. hehehhee....to me that speaks of the person himself like said, the kettle calling the pot black. You name me one person who is absolutely `cleansed in thoughts!'. Anyway, it takes all types to make the world....don't like just delete lor......
You blog is looking great. Looks like somebody is meddling with the htmls..huh? Care to give some tips?

Chan Kok Kuen said...

To TT

Why don't you put up a blog to allow me to make comments? I wanna to see how you can make words have double meanings when you read them!!

The work of the blog, html are all my own effort. You can get more feedback on how to put up a super blog with the help of your MAN!.. I am just an amatuer!!

SpectraGuy said...

You guys must visit toilet in Central Market. It's been refurbished to become Balinese-concept traditionally-constructed toilet !!

Dang, I didn't have the photo !!