A popular desserts shop now sells cannabis-infused green rice cakes as drug laws relaxed in the country.
Kanom Siam has been preparing their signature sweets using traditional Asian ingredients in Bangkok since 1975.
To cater to the growing marijuana market, the shop improved their pandan coconut-rice pancakes by adding bits of marijuana into them. The cakes are sweet, chewy, and can be ordered with the shop’s own blend of cannabis tea.
A small piece of pandan leaf sticks out of the top portion of the flower-shaped rice cake to let customers know that they have been mixed with cannabis. Kanom Siam said they carefully selected the marijuana strain to use for their desserts.
Maskless Moron Causing A Commotion In Chiang Mai
A maskless foreigner has caused quite a stir up in Chiang Mai after he refused to comply with the mandatory nationwide order to cover up while in public.
Locals who confronted him at the Hang Dong market were verbally abused and given the middle finger from the maskless moron.
His antics saw him make the national news.
It was reported that stallholders at the market had seen the unidentified man many times around the area always without a mask.
Several offered him one free of charge but his response was always the same, he doesn’t have Covid and so he doesn’t need one.
Pattaya Karaoke Bars Offering Sexual Services During Shutdown
This video of a street in Pattaya where women are working outside karaoke bars, despite the order to close entertainment venues and bars across Thailand, has been widely shared on Facebook over the weekend.
A Thai man can be heard in the video speaking with the women asking for prices for sexual services with quotes of 1,200 baht short time or 4,000 all night.
The quotes include the price of the room and alcohol was also available.
The footage, recorded on April 22, has many social media users asking why authorities are not closing such venues down pointing out the women are sat outside for all to see.
No Dine-In, No Problem At This Chiang Mai Sushi Joint
Faced with the prospect of having to shut up shop due to the new government order banning dine-in customers at restaurants in 6 provinces, this Chiang Mai sushi joint has come up with an alternative and social media users love it.
Daiso Sushi knew takeaway and delivery just wasn’t enough so they came up with the novel idea of dine-in with a difference – eat their dishes from the comfort of your car.
They also made it more tempting with an all-you-can-eat 2-hour buffet for just 500 baht.
Internet users across Thailand love the idea so much they have been sharing and sharing and sharing making Daiso Sushi pretty famous over the weekend.
To experience the drive-in buffet, you just park up under a tent, wait for the waitress to bring you a menu, order what you want and fire up Netflix while you wait for your food to arrive.
Right now there’s only capacity for 5 cars at a time so booking is advised. 063-894-9528
If you fancy it Daiso Sushi is located on Somphoto Road.