Singapore – “I pee a lot, so I might as well rate the toilets,” says the bio of @the_ultimate_toilet_rater, your trusty critic of Singapore’s toilets.
The Instagram account of “sg toilet rater” is an informative source for those who take their business very seriously.
The island-nation may have the reputation of having spotless public restrooms, but locals know that there are some that are not flaunt-worthy.
Introducing, @the_ultimate_toilet_rater’s ranking of the toilets in Singapore from worst to best.
- SMRT toilet (no ranking available)
The caption reads, “smrt toilet circa 2016 when I tried to move the cover with my foot and it broke apart.”
What good is a broken toilet?
- Sea Aquarium Toilet (3/10 stars)
A decent looking toilet based on the picture but the critic noted that it was smelly, with pee stains on the floor and even vandalism.
- Downtown East (7/10 stars)
You know the standards of @the_ultimate_toilet_rater is high when a downtown east toilet that is newly renovated only gets 7/10 stars.
- Takashimaya (8/10)
“It’s all about the experience,” they always say. This Takashimaya toilet was ranked quite high even though it had some discarded tissue paper that didn’t make it to the bin.
- Jewel Changi Airport (11/10 stars)
This Jewel Changi Airport passed with flying colours. “Smells like Hong Kong, clean like Japan; what more can you ask for?” said the caption.
- 111 Somerset (20/10 stars)
Coming in first place was this toilet with marble everything. One can practically live in this 111 Somerset toilet.