The 11 most unique public toilets in the world

Whether in the forest or under the sea, public toilets impress anyone when compared to its uniqueness.

Here are 11 unique public toilets in the world listed by the British Evening Standard.

Kawakawa, New Zealand

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The work of designer Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the restrooms in Kawakawa area are both tourist attractions and art works of international stature made from recycled materials such as plastic bottles, pottery and glass cups. color

They also occupy the title of the most photographed toilet in New Zealand.

San Blas, Panama

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This small toilet sits on a long white sandy beach when visitors walk on a simple wooden walkway. With the clear sea water flow of San Blas Island below, despite addressing individual needs, visitors will still feel the wonderful peaceful atmosphere of this tropical land.

Lake Powell, Arizona, USA

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Managers at Lake Powell's boating area in Arizona are always anxious about the issue of tourists addressing the immediate need for lakes and surrounding waters. Therefore, they created floating and dropping toilets on the lake surface. Now they have no reason to justify their actions to destroy the public environment.

Public toilets in Kumutoto, Wellington, New Zealand

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This unique toilet area was designed by an architectural firm in New Zealand, Studio Pacif, inspired by "salty sea waves " and simulated the shape of marine creatures.

Aconcagua, Argentina

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Located isolated under a huge stone, this unique toilet is located on the largest high mountain of the Western Hemisphere with beautiful scenery on the majestic mountain.

Calgary, Canada

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The high-tech public toilet area can automatically clean up in Calgary worth up to $ 125,000. In return, it has a self-cleaning toilet paper system, a modern hand washing sink, a drying machine and the ability to self-discharge water. However, visitors will not be able to enjoy for too long because the door will automatically open after 10 minutes.

Contemporary art toilet, Vienna, Austria

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This is another work by artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The contemporary art toilet in Vienna serves extremely fast speed in the Kahle village in the " adventurous shopping center ".

Chongqing, China

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You will never forget the public toilet in the shape of a giant camera in Chongqing Province - a place to sell extremely large digital cameras.

Mount McKinley, Alaska

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Located at an altitude of more than 4,200 m, Mount McKinley is fully absorbed by the natural landscape of the nearby beautiful Foraker iceberg.

Copper Ridge, North Cascades, Washington, USA

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The Copper Ridge toilet is not separate, it only serves the minimum needs of visitors. It is this rusticness that brings visitors closer to nature.

Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong

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Peninsula is the oldest and most luxurious hotel in Hong Kong. The view from the upper toilet to the whole city is also more interesting. Therefore, there is no reason for you to feel bored when entering this expensive toilet.

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