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Tourism minister plans to get back the lost Europeans - with MASSAGE and GANJA!

 

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The new Thai minister for tourism and sports thinks he can get Europeans and Americans back to visiting Thailand with the promise of massage and ganja. 

 

Medical marijuana that is. 

 

Pipat Ratchakijprakan - who took over last week - said he is well aware that less visitors are coming from Europe and the USA. So his plan is to entice them to Thailand with medical marijuana treatments while having traditional Thai massages. 

 

He hopes that such plans will become a reality within six months to a year. 

 

He said that there are many tourists with pro-ganja views who would come as a result. 

 

He also said that Bhumjai Thai party policies in relation to Grab and AirBnB would be followed through.

 

This could see Grab being made fully legal in places like Bangkok and Phuket and other tourist areas.

 

Deregulation regarding AirBnB would help promote the "Homestay" market he said. 

 

Recently Thailand has been rocked by claims from business groups in Pattaya and Phuket that tourism in June was down 30% year on year. 

 

Western tourists such as Europeans and Americans were now seeking to go elsewhere. 

 

Pipat recognised that the strength of the baht at 30 to a dollar was not helping tourism. He said 32 to a dollar would be better. 

 

He said he would talk to the treasury about it. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

 

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16 minutes ago, webfact said:

He said 32 to a dollar would be better. 

 

He said he would talk to the treasury about it. 

"Hello, Treasury, can I help you?"

"Make baht 32."

"Hold please."

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4 minutes ago, holy cow cm said:

Aint gonna happen. But wouldn't it be crazy if you could roll a fatty and smoke it out in the open. Naw, Aint gonna happen.

Here's the all in one solution......Image result for massage joints

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Does he not know that countries where many tourists come from are NOW full of massage parlours, nail shops and puff is plentiful...The army does not walk the streets looking for Bridge players, they can go in an actual shop to place a bet, and transport where one knows the cost. 🙄

PS. I don't know about China or India though....

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4 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

Since they legalized pot I can tell you Americans living in California are way too stoned out of their minds to find the airport.

Visited my son in LA for Thanksgiving. Pungent smell everywhere we went.

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11 minutes ago, holy cow cm said:

Wonder how that feels on the pecker.

better way to know it's to try 555 once done be so kind and share the experience with us 555

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38 minutes ago, PatOngo said:

Desperate times call for desperate measures! You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig!

 

 

Yeah but put cannabis oil on a pig then pigs will fly high as a kite!

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The Pattaya and Phuket model is probably outdated and not wanted by newer generations. Pattaya as an example, has nothing to offer that you can't have better somewhere else. 

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3 minutes ago, StayinThailand2much said:

Is there an educational, or minimum IQ requirement to become tourism minister of Thailand? (Just asking...)

Minimum is +10% of average population which equals an IQ of 75.

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11 minutes ago, fishtank said:

Do these idiot Thai officials have any idea about anything?

 

4 minutes ago, StayinThailand2much said:

Is there an educational, or minimum IQ requirement to become tourism minister of Thailand? (Just asking...)

NO.

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