A guide to the world's best toilets

Toilet paper
Image caption Another #firstworldproblem: Which way should the toilet paper be hung?

If you're one of those people that can't go to the loo in a public lavatory, this story is for you.

A guide to the world's top 100 toilets has been published by travel guide firm, Lonely Planet.

The book features a range of different lavs from free city WCs to desert dunnies.

"Toilets are a (sometimes opaque, often wide­ open) window into the secret soul of a destination," says the book's description.

"Whatever you prefer to call them - lavatory, loo, bog, khasi, thunderbox, dunny, bathroom, restroom, washroom or water closet - the lavatory is the great leveller.

"Everyone feels the call of nature, every day but, like any common species being ubiquitous doesn't make it uniform."

Porcelain pews with fantastic views

Chott in Tunisia
Image caption These toilets in Chott, Tunisia, are on a dry salt lake - which is where Luke Skywalker's home in Star Wars was filmed
Toilets in Bahia, Brazil
Image caption These toilets in Bahia, Brazil, are at a sanctuary for leatherback turtles
Toilet hut in Austria
Image caption A loo with a view - this toilet hut in Switzerland is perched 2,700m (8,900ft) in the Alps
Standard Grill in New York's Meatpacking district
Image caption This one at the Standard Grill in New York's Meatpacking district is described as a "mind-bending bog"
Toilets at Emscherkunst
Image caption These toilets are at Emscherkunst in Germany are fittingly called Between The Waters
Toilets in Wellington, New Zealand
Image caption We're not sure how you use these loos in Wellington, New Zealand, but they're meant to look like lobster tentacles

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