25 Unusual Toilets Around The World

25 Toilets of the World That Will Blow Your Mind

The world is full of weird stuff, and the only way to see them is to travel often. Bars, restaurants, trains, festivals and houses are all have toilets, and sometimes these small places are so weird you just can’t help but take a photo to mark the moment.

  1. Laos


If you ever go to Laos, and you need to visit the toilet, don’t forget to carry your own toilet paper with you.

  1. Tate Britain Museum in London


This toilet is actually an art piece known as “Don’t Miss a Sec”, by conceptual artist Monica Bonvicini. What makes this toilet unique is that you can clearly see out, but no one can see in.

  1. Ukranian Orphanage


It is really sad to see how children must share these two toilets, which are simply holes above a cesspit.

  1. Malawi Toilet


We can’t really see the inside of the toilet, but the outside looks pretty good.

  1. Commuter Train DOSTO from Stadler


This toilet looks much nicer than any train toilet we’ve ever seen before.

  1. Reykjavik, Iceland


We don’t really know who these guys are, and if they really deserve to be a target practice in a toilet.

  1. Zurich


This toilet is purposely scrawled on to look cool.

  1. Japan


It looks perfectly engineered (like every other Japanese invention), but we’re not sure if it’s practical as well.