'It looked like kangkung,' says S'porean tourist who accidentally ate cannabis dish in Thailand

Kiew Kai Ka, an eatery that has outlets in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, offers cannabis dishes in a section of its menu. PHOTO: KIEW KAI KA
Khaosan's RG420 is a shop that sells cannabis buds for smoking, and cannabis-infused seasoning and soup stocks. ST PHOTO: TAN TAM MEI
Cannabis-infused food and drinks are available at supermarkets. But products are clearly labeled to indicate such. PHOTO: TAN TAM MEI
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BANGKOK - While holidaying in July in Chiang Rai, Thailand, a Singaporean and her family ordered a "very nice bowl" of noodle soup during dinner at the hotel restaurant.

The housewife, who was travelling with her husband, elderly mother-in-law and two young children, enjoyed the dish so much that she ordered it again for breakfast.

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