Public Washroom in China Offers a View of Nature and Others

When nature calls, modest visitors at the Shiyan Lake Ecology Park might have to look elsewhere as the newly unveiled public toilets at the park offer not only a view of nature, but also of others using the commode. Located in China’s Hunan province, the public toilet’s walls, floors, and ceiling are made entirely of glass and offers a breathtaking view of Shiyan Lake but don’t do much for privacy. The half-frosted glass doors offer only a slight reprieve from prying eyes thus encouraging patrons to utilize their toilet time quickly.

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