The Jakarta Post
I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali has installed toilets specially designed for passengers traveling with young children. It was part of a series of innovations the airport's management has made to improve service for their customers.
“Most of the toilets in public areas are designed for adults. Now, we have provided toilets for toddlers,” said Yanus Suprayogi, general manager of state-owned airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I office at Ngurah Rai International Airport on Friday.
Inside each restroom, customers can find two types of toilets, one for adults and one for toddlers. The children's toilets come with safety belts.
Parents can use the adult toilets in the same stall as the children, enabling them to supervise their children.
“As the airport management, we will evaluate and monitor the quality of our services and facilities,” Yanus said as quoted by Antara.
Indonesian Toilet Association chairperson Naning Adiwoso praised and welcomed the innovations used in the toilet design. (dra/ebf)