Female Chinese mainland tourists wash dirty feet and shoes in wash basin
Female Chinese mainland tourists wash dirty feet and shoes in the wash basins in the lavatories at Phi Phi Island in Krabi province in Thailand. Phi Phi Islands are Thailand’s tourist attraction between the large island of Phuket and the western strait of Malacca. Thai media that headlined its report on the uncivilized behavior of the female Chinese mainland tourists said: Again! The uncivilized behavior of Chinese tourists!
On March 13, 2015, the Thai authorities posted a warning sign on the doors of the Phi Phi Island lavatories that says: “Break rule with 1000 Bath penalty”, referring to tourists who wash their dirty feet and dirty shoes in the wash basin of the lavatories. Less than one hour after the sign was posted, a Chinese female tourist completely ignored the sign, went in and stuck her dirty feet in a wash basin and washed her feet. Apparently a picture was taken of her act and she was fined 1000 Bath.
Indeed, the uncivilized Chinese mainland tourists reflect the uncivilized nature of the Chinese mainland people. The Chinese people on Taiwan, in Hong Kong, in Singapore and elsewhere in Southeast Asia, do not wash their dirty feet and dirty plastic sandals in wash basins in public lavatories.