Other than its busy and hectic lifestyle, Hong Kong is also pretty well known for its shopping malls. One such shopping mall is trying to attract customers by building a very expensive toilet.
Topped with marble and freshly cut flowers, it also provides complimentary (free!) essential oils (like bergamot and patchouli) and chocolate. And that's not all. The soap dispenser and taps are rigged with proximity sensors so that users can enjoy a "touchless" (and hygienic) experience. It's not cramped either. 3000 square feet was reserved just for this loo.
The manager explains that customers go to malls for the entire experience and how this restroom helps in doing just that. But I'm not too sure about that. How often do you feel the urge to answer nature's call while shopping? Once? Twice? Even if you do visit as many as 5 times in a trip, I'm pretty confident the shops lured you to the mall and not the toilets. And the shops are what keeps you there shopping.
By the way, I have a feeling that this may be appearing some time soon on WebUrbanist, a cool pictorial site on urban culture.