Tomorrowland Toilets at Hong Kong Disneyland

Tomorrowland Sign at Hong Kong Disneyland

It’s pretty busy around here today so I’ve got a quick and dirty one for you. This post is inspired by the Happiest Potties on Earth hosted at MousePlanet where they document not only where each restroom is in Disneyland but also rate amenities and typical cleanliness!

I don’t really have a potty obsession, but I do happen to have a favorite bathroom at Hong Kong Disneyland. As you walk down Main Street if you take a right turn just past the Corner Cafe there is a secret entrance to Tomorrowland via the lavatory for the Starliner Diner. Not only does this water closet magically transport you from Main Street to Tomorrowland, but it has possibly the coolest restroom signs anywhere. Check it out and it might be your favorite loo too!

Mens Sign for Hong Kong Disneyland Tomorrowland Restroom

Ladies Sign for Hong Kong Disneyland Tomorrowland Restroom

Apologies to those who are a little squeamish about the business end of our digestive tracks but another unique feature of the restroom is a mainland style squatter toilet. It’s a bit of a novelty for most westerners which is why I’ve decided to share it. I’d warn you to look away if you are sensitive but this post is really too short for that. Don’t worry – there is only one of these next to a whole bank of western style sitters (note that I said sitter as in s-i-t “sit” there). I took this shot right at park opening so it should be clean!

Squatter Toiklet at Hong Kong Disneyland Tomorrowland

This post was submitted to Travel Photo Thursday [], Friday Daydreamin’ [], and Photo Friday [].

17 thoughts on “Tomorrowland Toilets at Hong Kong Disneyland

  1. They look clean and sanitary enough. What I wouldn’t want to see before my breakfast is a picture of a French provincial cafe’s squat toilet. (Let your imagination go wild.)

  2. The signs are totally cool! When my daughter first saw the squat toilets in Japan last year, she turned to me and asked “What am I supposed to do?” You can’t expect them all to be western style or those fancy Japanese kinds.

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