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Songkhla Is Home To One Of The Narrowest Restaurants In The World

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Songkhla Is Home To One Of The Narrowest Restaurants In The World

This tiny passageway between a pharmacy and a hospital could be the world’s narrowest restaurant.

The food shop owner, Kannet Raksachon, 33, has been serving breakfast and drinks in the small space in Songkhla province for more than five years now.

She said: “During rush hour, customers wait outside in queues if the tables are unavailable. Some buy takeaways to eat outside if they are in a hurry.”

Footage shows the narrow cafeteria called Nai Roo, which means “in a hole” in the local language. It is 3.6ft (109cm) wide and 50ft (10.5metres) long.

It can accommodate up to 12 customers in its three tables and serves hot rice porridge, coffee, drinks, and other a la carte menus from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Each table has its set of condiments such as chili and soy sauce, like most Southeast Asian street food shops, and only one person can walk across the hall at a time because of the space limit.

Locals who live and work nearby often visit the restaurant to eat breakfast or buy snacks for takeaway after shift.





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Hilarious Moment Dog Stops Pal Climbing Wall… And Jumps To The Top First

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This video capturing the hilarious moment a pet dog dragged his friend down from a wall so he could reach the top first has captured the imagination of social media users who have been sharing it in their thousands.

The black-and-white pooch was clambering onto the concrete ledge and had almost reached the top when his ‘friend’ had other ideas.

Footage shows how the mischievous mutt nipped the other dog’s bottom to drag him back down. He then jumped onto the top of the fence and nudged the other dog – making him drop down to the ground below.



Resident Thanaporn Jantharat witnessed the helpless pooches struggling to enter her uncle’s house in Udon Thani.

She said that at first, it seemed like the dog was trying to help its friend climb the wall by giving it a boost with its own head.

However, it was actually showing its dominance by refusing to let the other dog climb onto the wall.

Thanaporn said: “It was so funny watching them interact like that. I think they must have been having a doggy argument over whose territory it was. It was interesting how much effort they put into their little tussle.”



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Why Don’t People Follow The Rules Of The Road?

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Footage shows motorcycle riders in Bangkok appearing to disregard the country’s updated road safety laws.

Government officials announced changed fines for a range of offences from riding on the pavement to failing to wear a helmet.

However, this video shows how the announcement made little impact, with riders and pillion passengers on busy carriageways travelling without helmets.

The Royal Thai Police said road traffic fines for riding without a helmet were now 400 baht (13USD) for drivers and 800 baht (26USD) for pillion passengers. Riding on pavements is punishable by fines of 500 baht (16 USD).

Why don’t people follow the rules?





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Thai Airways Street Food Stand In Bangkok

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This is the Thai Airways street food stand outside the catering office in Bangkok. Whether or not ‘Pa Tong Go’ fried dough can save the airline from decline is anyone’s guess… but there’s no denying how popular the 50 baht sets are with locals.

The stand opens at 6am every day and there are long queues stretching round the block. They’re sold out by 8am.

Thai Airways – which staved off bankruptcy after a court approved a debt rehabilitation plan this month – claims it generates 400,000 baht a day, or 10m baht a month from the stall.

Airline acting president Chansin Treenuchagorn said they’re also considering more stalls and franchises.

They’re gonna need a few more stalls before the Pa Tong Go plugs the 300 million black hole they lost in 2019… which was before the pandemic hit.





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