Vertigo-inducing glass structures have been a growing trend in China for the past few years. See-through bridges and walkways attract both tourists and international media, who tend to respond with a nearly universal “No way.”
But the latest in terrifyingly transparent tourist traps is even worse: a bathroom made almost entirely of glass. Built in Hunan province’s Shiyanhu Ecologic Park, the mostly see-through lavatory offers only a modicum of privacy, with stall walls of a frosted glass. According to the South China Morning Post, the park plans to make the walls into two-way mirrors, so that guests can see out without being seen. Until then, the park will be exercising a high level of transparency.