Monday, February 04, 2008

ECL's Outdoor Bathroom - Weeekend Snapshot #9

Jacuzzi tub for alien? hehe.....

Besides shopping for Chinese New Year goodies, I also have to shop for furniture and bathroom fixtures for my new house.

I want to have an outdoor bathroom, where there will be no roof above it, with lots of green plants surrounding me when I shower. I dream of showering under the stars...... like Jane of the jungle. When it rains, I can save on water. kakaka......

But when it gets windy.......... how???? High above ground, with an ocean view. I cringe at the thought of myself crouching in the bushes, shivering as I try to wash off the soap suds and shampoo.......... it doesn't seem like a good idea after all.

Peeping Tom!? Nay. He would have to be Spiderman to do that. And which man in his right mind would want to peep at a flabby middle-aged woman who can throw a mean chopper? He had better go goggle for Hong Kong celebrity, Edison Chen's (陈 冠 希) sex scandal photos. tsk tsk tsk....

Example of an outdoor bathroom

Any one wants to make my dream come true? Give me some ideas for an outdoor bathroom.

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56 comments:

  1. Mmmm... retractable glass roof? Can see stars while in jacuzzi... wah.. so best... pssttt... can make own homevideo oso haha..

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  2. Ideas for outdoor bath ah? Errr...Singapore river? LOL

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  3. Nice bath tub ... that outdoor thingie reminds me of my holiday at Koh Samui. They have outdoor bathroom and it is really ... shiok!

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  4. My angel,
    That's a good one! I mean the retractable glass roof lah! aiyoooh!

    Nowadays so scared of home videos and also sexy photos, later fall into the wrong hands, how???

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  5. Cocka,
    Outdoor bathroom not bath!!

    Bathe in Singapore River can be fined! Singapore is a fine city, don't play play. ^-^

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  6. wilfrid,
    Got a photo of the outdoor bathroom in Koh Samui? I want to feel the shiok too!!!

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  7. Captain Picard,
    You mean a rain hat, or the rain monitor?

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  8. I would have built an exposed bathroom in my place too, in Malaysia, except I won't be around much, thus that's not a very good idea.. Anyway, I can always drop by to SIN for a frisky au naturale shower, right? *dreams of waterproof wheelchairs*

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  9. I have no clue, but the thought of you heaving a meat cleaver at a peeping tom....now THAT's priceless, my friend.

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  10. eastcoastlife,
    Need outdoor bathroom ah? Later got insect dancing in the bath tub with you, how? :P

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  11. a friend of mine has it enclosed in the middle of the house, so the only way to peep in is from the top! it also acts like an indoor garden, so lush, so green...

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  12. U can have it indoors just with a huge glass window to give it that outdoor feel!

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  13. And outdoor bathroom is a little out of my forte. One moon in the sky is enough! HA

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  14. Just drop by to wish you Keong Hee Fatt Chye.

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  15. I have no idea on the bathroom ideas, but that first tub looks neat!

    My Weekend Snapshot

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  16. I have an award for you, Young lady! haha... Outdoor spa with a massage bed beside? Better choose a nice canopy to cover it. So that your skin won't suffer. hehe...

    The only set back is you can't see the sky. But you can still see the surrounding views.

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  17. Remember to collect the award before New Year ya...
    http://everydayhealy.blogspot.com/2008/02/i-like-to-be-wise.html

    Gong Xi Fa Chai, hongpau na lai! hahaaha....

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  18. I so love the idea, ECL! Except for the when it's cold already hehe... You'll surely freeze your bum out there lol

    Happy Monday!

    Sasha
    She

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  19. Unless that spiderman has got a death wish, I dun think he'll risk climbing the rooftop kwa? heehee..

    eh woman, you moving out of the east arh? :(

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  20. Quite an interesting photos there,Eastcoastlife! :) Love the hot tub! LOL

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  21. An outdoor rotemburo like the one I had in Japan would be really, really nice :)

    But I would have to constantly worry about the odd bird flying pass who may possess 'excellent' aiming skills...

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  22. That's a unique tub, to be sure. At first glance I thought it was a basket! Sounds like a dreamy bathroom you're designing.

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  23. hmmmm..I will go with Angeles rectangle glass all around might be a good idea for that "glass wall, roof and door"..But please does use that alien tub that will mess up the whole thing..lol..

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  24. so you bought the alien bath tub/jacuzzi bo??

    look very good! something to hold to if you cannot stand up?

    haha...

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  25. I will send some stalkers in a helicopter over to make pictures of you soaping up in an open bathroom ! If you don't send me 10000000 €(this is blackmailing)

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  26. Emm....that outdoor bathroom looks quite nice but I think quite hard to maintain leh. Imagine through out the year, those beautiful white river pebbles become yellowish and then those hair stuck in between....how about planting lots of fruit trees in a circle and then you can bath within. Can also eat fruit while bathing too! Hehehehe

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  27. i must make friends with your contractors and slip in hidden cameras. :P

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  28. I remember my friend telling me of an outdoor bathroom at a nature spa she went to.

    I like the thought of taking a shower or relaxing in the tub under the stars. Perhaps, instead of being totally open, you can have some sort of sliding glass window top (if that's possible).

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  29. What a cool jacuzzi! An outside bathroom ~ interesting.

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  30. wuah a dream come true...i once was in such a bathroom. it was huge and had a small open roof which could b closed by pulling a string.

    it was full of tropical lush jungle plants. absolutely beautiful. i was hoping someone would come n peek at me but no laku nobody want to come and see me take bath hahahahahhhahahah

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  31. I actually have an outdoor shower on my deck because I wanted to shower amidst the plants. My deck wall is the privacy. However, it can only be used in the summer. I have to drain the pipes in the winter so they don't freeze. Problem is I didn't do it well enough one year and I have a leak in the hot water pipe. I can't afford to get it fixed so I only have cold water. Still nice to take a quick cold shower in the summer to get the dirt off me after gardening. Good luck with yours. Outdoor showers are great!

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  32. you can have your outdoor bathroom, you need maybe a sliding door if the weather is bad so you can close it in and what angeles says a retractable glass roof if it rains. hehehe..

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  33. I will feel lost in the bathtub but it looks like a giant basket made of porcelain!

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  34. That's really cool jacuzzi!!! It must be comfy?

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  35. An outdoor bath...maybe it would be designed like it's in the outdoors. All plants and a glass roof so you can bath under the stars. :)

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  36. Outdoor bathrooms are great! I've used them in South Africa, and also in Mauritius. Gives a very natural atmosphere, but you need to be able to relax, and not worry about who's going to be spying on you! :P

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  37. the tub look nice, I like to have a warm bath there...:-D

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  38. Those photos are so cool. I've just discovered your blog and it's really cool but I'm confused about the line in the header about someone wanting to hurt your son...?

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  39. that bathtub looks keewwl... alien or not! err... can go to the swimming pool and shower there or not? afterall, there is outdoor shower :P

    i've seen the edison site. whoa! it wasn't him my hubby was staring at, but cecilia cheung! (NATURALLY!!)

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  40. oh yeah... forgot my main reason for dropping by, hehehe.

    KIONG HEE KIONG HEE! KUNG HEI FATT CHOY!!!

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  41. We too have outdoor bathroom ...It is commonly used by my husband and 3 kids...me, I prefer to take a shower inside our house bathroom...I always been excited to visit ur blog coz there are so much to see and learned fom it.take care always!

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  42. hmmmm... all i can think about is a jacussi tub in an environmental setting like flowerbeds and white stones and sands. very cozy!

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  43. dig a well and cover the well 4 corners with zinc. there u got ur outdoor bathroom the kampong style. FOC water, from top and bottom. hehehe....

    Happy New Year! :)

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  44. Happy Chinese New Year to you and your family and everyone!

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  45. I only used an outdoor shower when I was honeymooning in Maldives. It was part of our room and cannot see from outside wan..unless you use a ladder.... but if you do have one in your house, I will be glad to use it :)

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  46. Well I love outside showers, a hot tub I think I'd leave the toilet indoors though!!

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  47. wow... showering under the stars... never thought of that before...

    Happy Chinese New Year! Gong Xi Fa Cai! :D

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  48. love the sound of it!

    i'd make it natural as it sounds. no concrete walls or modern furnitures. i want it to be traditional with lush greenery surrounding the bath.

    check out the four seasons langkawi outdoor baths... i mean that! woooh so pampering!

    http://www.fourseasons.com/langkawi/photo_gallery/

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  49. psss next time i go visit u can i indulge in ur outdoor bath too? make sure no hidden cams installed! tsk tsk...

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  50. Good luck figuring out your perfect outdoor bath. I've never lived anywhere warm enough year round for that but showering under the stars does sound nice.

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  51. i really like the 2nd picture of that shower with pebble stones on the floor....nice

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