Public Toilet: Manaoag Church in Pangasinan

Manaoag Church in Pangasinan

Philippines Public Toilet


Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag
Pangasinan, Philippines

Last visited: 

April 2015

Remarks: The church  has gone thru a series of transformation, the last time my family went here was more than a decade ago. There was just a pathway going to the church before approaching the main door of the cathedral. Today the management built a giant replica of the statue surrounded with garlands to served as tourist's spot for photography.

The toilets have made drastic improvements. From the parking lot both sides of the compound has big area for sphere-shaped public toilets. Although the toilet from the other side has a few users, the cubicles were darker because apparently the lights were off. This side feels a bit gloomy because few people passes by here. The other toilet (a few walks away) was next to the stairs going to and fro the parking lot, has a lot more traffic build up for toilet users.
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What's in, what's not:
Tissue roll -  
Soap -

Hand sanitizer -
Paper towels -

Trash bins - 
Powder area - 
Flush -

Ratings: ★★

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