Lonely Planet’s Toilets: A Spotters GuidePosted: April 9, 2016
Two of Toilography’s photos have been featured in Lonely Planet’s new book – Toilets: A Spotters Guide! It’s a fascinating insight into the many creative & unique restrooms found all around the globe. Pictures from Seoul’s Mr. Toilet House and Tokyo’s Sega Toilet were used from the Toilography gallery.
Loos with incredible views, lavish lavatories, outstanding outhouses all are featured in this pictorial guide to the world’s most stunning toilets. Whether they’re hightech or arty, amusing or amazing, each toilet has a photo and a description of its location. More than 100 restrooms to remember are featured, from Antarctica to Zambia.
As any experienced traveller knows, you can tell a whole lot about a place by its bathrooms. Whatever you prefer to call them – lavatory, loo, bog, khasi, thunderbox, dunny, bathroom, restroom, washroom or water closet – toilets are a (sometimes opaque, often wideopen) window into the secret soul of a destination.
In these pages you’ll find porcelain pews with fantastic views, audacious attentionseeking urban outhouses, and ecothrones made from sticks and stones in all sorts of wild settings, from precipitous mountain peaks to dusty deserts. So, wherever you’re reading this, we hope you’re sitting comfortably.
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