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» 1. Those who frequent Siam Paragon may have seen the new and enticing smoothie booth on the ground floor. Jamba Juice, the Californian smoothie chain that claims to be "the world leader in made-to-order smoothies and freshly squeezed juices" has made it to Bangkok. The first of its 30 planned stores in Thailand, Jamba Juice offers a similar smoothie menu to the original chains in the US, including special smoothies with local ingredients like mango, watermelon and pineapple. Classic smoothies like Strawberry Dream (strawberry and banana) and Banana Berry (banana, blueberry, apple and strawberry) costs 110 baht, while protein and fibre filled shakes like Green Getaway (spinach,mango, passion fruit, chia seed, yoghurt) costs 130 baht.
» 1 It's not easy making a living as a musician in Thailand, where the concept of paying for a piece of music barely exists. To show your sympathies for the plights of your favourite artists, come show your support at Cat Radio's It's Me Cat Foodival featuring a staggering host of artists, bands and musicians across all genres of Thai music coming together to cook and sell various dishes inspired by their band's names or songs. Held at the Airport Link station today from 11am-11pm, the feast also features live gigs, as well as cooking classes with the likes of Lula and Greasy Cafe. Tickets cost 300 baht, and can be found at any 7-Eleven near you.
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