THE world's biggest outdoor Buddha is soon to get Hong Kong's biggest toilet. Officials yesterday inspected the 24-cubicle superloo site at the Po Lin Monastery on Lantau and said it could cope with demand for at least 10 years. More than 6,000 people visit the monastery each day. The project is expected to be completed in two months and will cost $7.8 million, but Regional Council chairman Daniel Lam Wai-keung dismissed criticism that the project was wasting public money. 'It is at an international tourist spot. We want something special and better. I believe it is cost-effective,' he said. The monks are currently spending $40,000-a-month of donation money, renting mobile chemical toilets. The superloo will be near the entrance to the statue and will have 24 cubicles: 15 for women, eight for men and one for the disabled.