Finding a toilet in Bangkok is surprisingly easy. All of the malls have clean, well-kept public toilets and nearly all restaurants (including open shopfront-style kitchens) have toilets for customers – though they may be shared between multiple restaurants.
What happens if you flush toilet paper in Thailand?
No, you can not flush toilet paper in Thailand. This is because the pipes that carry the waste from the toilet can easily get blocked when the toilet roll is flushed down the toilet. If you flush toilet paper in Thailand there is a decent chance that you might cause a blockage.
Can you flush toilet paper in Thailand hotels?
As a general rule, don’t flush toilet paper in Thailand. A small bin is almost always provided next to the seat ready for you to discard your tissue. Just pop the soiled tissue in there when you’re done with it.
What is toilet called in Thailand?
In Thai, toilet is called hong nam. Another common word in writing, that is often put on toilet signs is sukha. Occasionally, the word for male and female will be added to the toilet signs, such as hong nam ying meaning female toilet, or hong nam chai which means male toilet.
Can you put toilet paper down the toilet?
Basically, the only things you should ever flush down a toilet are human waste (urine and feces) and toilet paper. Even though some products such as wipes and baby diapers claim to be flushable, they aren’t.
Is Thai street food safe to eat?
Some travellers wonder whether they should eat street food at all, or if it’s a guaranteed way to get sick. Contrary to popular belief, though, street food in Thailand (and many other countries) is no riskier than restaurants.
Is Thailand dangerous for tourists 2020?
Yes! In fact, Thailand is rated as the least dangerous country in Southeast Asia for travelers. There is a history of social unrest and violent conflicts in parts of the country, but crimes in tourist areas are rare.
Where do millionaires live in Thailand?
The most exclusive areas are located on the west coast, on Nai Thon Beach, Layan Beach, Bang Tao Beach and Kamala Beach, otherwise known as Millionaire’s Mile, where Phuket’s most expensive properties are located.