In Bangkok, the capital of Thailand has a famous cafeteria decorated with coffins; human bone … attracts the attention of many guests. It is known as Kid Mai Death Cafe (Kid Mai Death Cafe Bangkok, Kid Mai Death Awareness Cafe). Taking the idea from death, the cafe is the product of the professor, social scientist Veeranut Rojanaprapa, according to Odd.
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Visitors come to this coffee shop in Bangkok, Thailand, you will experience the mournful space with white wreaths, coffins, gloomy music, and drinks have names: birth, age, disease, and death. Many people rate this is one of the cool coffee shops in Bangkok.
Kid Mai Death coffee shop is located next to a bank and BTS station on Aree Soi 1 Road, in Bangkok, Thailand. This serves biscuits and beverages in exchange for a “death awareness” experience to change your current life.
Having set foot in the restaurant, visitors will be overwhelmed when seeing the atmosphere of traumatic death, covering all around. Black is the dominant color, it is the dark, scary scene. The decorations at the death cafe are all found in funerals such as coffins, wreaths, dry skeletons. But according to many comments from visitors, this is really one of the cool coffee shops (Cool coffee shop).
The menu is named after four themes: “birth, age, disease, and death.” This death coffee is built for the purpose of letting visitors aware of death taste. People come here to imagine what they will die after, and those deadly experiences will inspire them to appreciate the precious moments of life. They will never know when they will die, so each day to live completely and meaningfully.
A guest said, “I did not feel comfortable in the coffin. I feel like I’m dead, not to see my parents, relatives, friends. I have not done what I want. I’m really afraid.”
Inside this death coffee shop, there are a lot of slogans and questions like “Are you ready to sleep and not wake up yet?”, “You can not carry anything at all.” If you are in the feeling to write something, take your pen and write your “python” words in the will on the table.
Every day, the shop is open for drinks from 10 am to 7 pm, and the test area for dead people is open from 12 noon to midnight. Visitors come to Kid Mai Death can experience climbing into the coffin and lie inside, closing the lid again for about 3 minutes. Those who try coupons will be discounted 20baht (1 dollar) for the bill at the shop.
The Kid Mai Death Cafe
Address: 1191 Phaholyothin rd. Phayathai, Bangkok, Thailand
Telephone: +66 92 261 0150 / +66 065 095 6959
Opening hours: Open daily 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Getting there: From the BTS Aree station, use exit 1, then walk toward Victory monument about 40 meters. The cafe is on your right.
Advisory: May not be suitable for children 12 or younger.
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