hk airport toilets

In line with HKIA's "Infectious Diseases Preparedness and Response Plans", the following hygiene and health measures are being implemented:

  • Stepping up cleaning and disinfection of terminal facilities and AA (Airport Authority) offices. For instance, disinfecting cleaning for washroom facilities is now carried out once every two hours, up from once every four hours between 0700 and 2400 hours, while the half-hourly general cleaning of all toilets remains. Check-in counters, customer counters, boarding gate desks and transfer desks are now being cleaned once every two hours instead of once every three hours
http://www.hongkongairport.com

The toilets at Hong Kong International Airport managed to get my attention. Why? Because of its uniqueness:

a picture at the back wall inside the toilet


an attention sticker stuck on the door inside the toilet


a poster of signs just above the attention sticker


so clean and spotless!


Comments

  1. Our authority should learn from them how to keep a toilet clean. LOL!

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  2. Some of your posting highlight the absence / opposites of what's lacking in Malaysia :D

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  3. Haizzz....KLIA toilet?? have think thrice before dare to go to the "throne"

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  4. Interesting post!

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  5. War...so clean? KLIA's toilet is very dirty too? How come?

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  6. Really remarkable! WOW...KLIA is not like that , I am afraid. So shy,right?
    hugs
    shakira

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  7. Interesting signs, and fun post!

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  8. All signs are bilingual, even though HK has been reverted to China for more than a decade.

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  9. Hope our local toilets are that clean also

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  10. our own airport toilets are presentable though not as spotless as the HK ones.. the other time i arrived at ho chi minh airport, i was deeply surprised that their airport was very very clean and nice too!

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  11. I think I saw air-con in the toilet? Is that correct?

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  12. What can i say, i guess Hong Kong residents are proud of their toilets, you see when you are proud of something,you will sure do your best to make it good.

    hey have a great weekend

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  13. err, i think our dear KLIA is still comparable.. :)

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  14. haha...yea, our KLIA can be comparable though...one thing about HK airport is the roof...hehhe...i think is not as high as KLIA's. :)

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  15. That's really clean! I wish toilets in Malaysia are as clean as that! And not just airport toilets!

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  16. clean clean.. when can we have those clean toilets here ah?

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  17. i loev teh toilets there, so so clean!

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  18. Indeed it looks super clean! I have been very fortunate in all my travels to not have encountered a "nasty" bathroom-yet!

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  19. KLIA's toilets are clean too.

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  20. Wenn: Nice that they cater to the English speaking people also.

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  21. Those are very interesting! I can just imagine you inside the stall whipping out your camera for a photo shoot!

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