This picture is taken at Titiwangsa Lake Gardens.
While you admire the scenery and reflections on the water, I am cracking my head over the signage here. Even when one is standing there on the pavement, it look as though the public toilet is in the lake. Actually it means that you should walk straight until the end where the washroom is located in a building about 100 metres away.
I hope the people involve in placing signages will think and plan before they place signages for giving directions. If the workers are illiterate, then their supervisor should teach them properly. Don't they ever check?
Quite often, tourists get lost on the road, walking up the wrong street due to ambiguous signages. On the road, even our local motorists end up in the wrong road while trying to follow road directions. I have encountered quite a number of times where the road sign is only visible after a turning has been made. By then, it would be too late to change directions. In other cases, the signboard is hidden behind some trees. So, what is the purpose of a signage then?
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