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Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang is refusing to budge on the law that bans restaurant alcohol sales after 9pm, at least for now. He was responding to a call from Thanakorn Kuptajit of the Thai Alcohol Beverage Business Association, who has called for sales to be extended to 11pm. According to a Bangkok Post report, Thanakorn believes allowing eateries to sell alcohol for 2 hours later than the current cut-off would help workers in the so-called “blue zones” of Bangkok, Krabi, Phuket, and Phang Nga. “Extending the period to 11pm will be better because longer hours will help increase income for […]

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Sounds very prudent.  I do drink and like to socialize! 

Going from no alcohol to 9pm last call seems like a dream to me.  Just start earlier ...

Other provinces don't even have this luxury yet.

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