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Bathroom in Tibet Train

November,20 2019 BY Da Wa 0 COMMENTS

There are two toilets available at the end of each car. On one side is an Asian toilet and on the other side is a Western toilet. Over all they are kept clean and toilet paper is available.

There are neat bathrooms and sink areas in the Tibet train. The attendants always keep the sink areas reasonably clean. Each sink area is equipped with three sinks which have the push type water faucet. The sink areas are always busy in the morning because it is shared by 32 people. It is better to buy a towel at a supermaket before you get on the train for there is no toiletries and hygienes supply on Tibet train. 

bathroom sink

Bathroom sink

Video of Bathroom Sink Area on the Tibet Train

Video of Bathrooms on the Tibet Train

chinese style bathroom

Chinese style bathroom

western style bathroom

Western style bathroom

                                                                        public sink area

Public sink area

 bathroom for the disabled

bathroom for the disabled

Unlike the conventional  wisdom that the bathroom facility in the train is often filthy, the facilities in the Qinghai-Tibet train is clean and well-designed, which can meet the demand of all kinds of passengers. 

Da Wa

About the Author - Da Wa

Dawa,an excellent tour guide in our company, was born in 1976 in shigatse, where the home of Mt. Everest. Before being a guide, Dawa learnt Buddhism, Tibetan culture as well as English in a college for 10 years. After finished study, he became a tour guide in our company CITS, and had being a guide for more than 11years. His great knowledge about Tibet and its unique culture attracts tourists from all over the world. Would you like to come joining us with Dawa and take a unique experience in Tibet?

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