travel & lifestyle blog by ruth dela cruz


(Airports) Public Toilets x Give-away

January 20, 2013

Oh, my blog title sounds funny – I am not giving away a public toilet, BUT will do give-away nice package for you to help maintain a clean toilet! (The pic above is a restaurant toilet in Ilocos! Cute!)

A little introduction – I have this weird thing of taking pictures of airport toilets (even hotels and restaurants!)! It started during my trip to Hong Kong. Since most of the travelers would go first to the toilet before immigration, I just thought airport toilets must always be presentable, clean and sanitized.

Check out some airport public toilets I had visited.

To visit more Public Toilets, please click Read More..

I wasn’t able to take a pic of the bowl.. but here’s one inside the washroom
But most of them are squat toilets! Ugh!

This is not a public toilet, but my toilet

Vancouver, Canada aiport toilet
Generous tissue paper rolls!


Recycled toilet papers!
Also in Vancouver

Last November, Uniliver launched the World Toilet Day with its leading household cleaning brand, Domex – to also support cause by partnering with UNICEF and PPHA to uphold proper bathroom sanitation through educational program in public hospitals in Metro Manila.

The launch was last November 19th and will be continuously sustained in 2013.

It is a common knowledge that every surface of the toilet can be a threat to our health – faucets, flushers, handles, doorknobs, and anything that comes into direct physical contact with humans.

Unilever and Domex are kind enough to give-away two Domex gift packs to two of my lucky readers.

Gift Pack contains:
2 Bottles of Domex Classic Bleach
2 bottles of Domex Fine Powder

How to join?
Give-away ends on February 3, 2013 12 AM EST

For more info, visit

Tell me, where is the cleanest and sanitized toilet that you
had visited?
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