Toilets vary from standard long-drops to full-flush luxury conveniences.
Most non-budget hotels sport flushable sit-down types.
Budget guesthouses often have squat-style toilets, sometimes equipped with a flush mechanism, otherwise with a scoop and a bucket of water for flushing things down. Paper (you’ll often need to supply your own) should be deposited in the can that’s usually in the corner.
Many upmarket bush camps have ‘dry’ toilets – a fancy version of the long drop with a Western-style seat perched on top.