This gas station bathroom is nicer than your apartment

July 31, 2015, 3:56 PM UTC
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A motorist waits for his car to fill up with gasoline at a Royal Dutch Shell Plc gas station in Portland, Tennessee, U.S., on Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. Trips to the pump that are costing less and less and job gains that have accelerated are helping Americans feel more optimistic about the economic recovery, now in its sixth year. Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Gas station bathrooms are likely where your parents taught you to flush the toilet with your foot, and open the door using a paper towel. They’re known more for their lack of soap and cleanliness, and not so much for being an elegant pit stop.

But one Shell bathroom in Bohol, an island province of the Philippines, refuses to conform to the norm.

Rather than fearing that you may have somehow been transported into a horror movie, you’re pleasantly greeted with wooden trim, walls lined with paintings, model boats, an array of books and magazines, for some reason tiki torches, and, yes, even soap.

This may be the tourist attraction that convinces me to visit the Philippines:

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