As Maslow and most of us know, we can't strive for self-actualisation if we still lack basic needs. What this means is: no, people will not be making merit or undertaking activities for the greater good if toilets at religious venues aren't clean.
Good thing Phetchaburi is making a change by building the first "resort-like" public toilet at Wat Sapang.
The project has been sponsored by Bayer and Government Housing Bank and costs around three million baht to construct. A group called "Quality Citizens" has spearheaded this project, with Associate Professor Trirat Jarutach, Assistant to the President of Chulalongkorn University, being the man behind the creative design of the new toilet.
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