What would you expect from a bus stop? It should be tidy and offer a little bit of shelter from rain or snow or maybe freezing cold. You would expect it to have a bench or chairs of some sort so that you can sit down while waiting for your bus. Some people had other things in mind, though.
Something as simple as a bus stop turned into a little living room, with furniture and TV and everything for a good afternoon nap. When thinking about taking the bus you might have traffic and concrete pavements in mind, not a rice paddy in the middle of Thailand. Well, we won't spoil it for you. Check out for yourself! This 23 weird amazing bus stops are so mind-blowing!
Curacao is a Dutch Caribbean island. All it takes for a bus stop are a few chairs and a sign that reads "Bushalte"
Somewhere, in a village in Norway...
A bus stop in Pai, Thailand and a rice paddy
Doesn't it look like a mini palace to you?
Kingsthorpe Grove in Northampton, England. Much like in the Victorian era...
Cabin and flowers in the Bernese Oberland area
Rustic, old bus stop in the Saratov region
8. England - Devon
Much like in a Harry Potter movie, wouldn't you say so?
In Curitiba, Brazil, passengers pay their fares as they enter these bus stations which have turnstiles, steps and wheelchair lifts on lifted platforms
Kongai, Japan is where you'll find 14 fruit-inspired bus stops
A reminiscence of the Soviet era
This is a bus stop from Norway's so-called "Book Town", Fjaerland
Krumbach, Austria is home to one of the most bizarre bus stops in the world: steel rods and a winding wooden staircase that leads to a dangerously-suspended balcony. It was closed to the public in 2014 due to safety issues. You ca see why
Another one of the 14 fruit-inspired bus stops in Kongai, Japan
And another one...
Rusty iron and a robot design
It's got the shape of the tradition men's hat, the kalpak
Just one tree!
This unique bus stop in the isle of Unst, Shetland, Scotland is called Bobby's Bus Shelter and it is often redecorated with furniture. You could live there!