How much is Sang Som in Thailand?
Thai Rum Sang Som
It appeared in 1977, but managed to quickly become popular and won a leading position in the market for spirits. 70 million liters of this rum are bought every year. Its cost is low: a 0,7 liter bottle – 270-300 baht, a 0,35 liter bottle – 135-155 baht.
How much is a Coke in Thailand?
In the islands, a fresh drinking coconut can be enjoyed for around 60 baht. A nostalgic, glass bottle of Coke costs around 15 baht.
What alcohol is popular in Thailand?
Mekhong: Thai whisky, usually served with coke and ice. Sam Song: Thailand’s most popular rum. Cha yen: Thai iced tea, made with locally grown tea, sugar and milk. Singha: The best of Thailand’s local beers.
Why is alcohol so expensive in Thailand?
Beer, wine and liquor in Thailand is getting more expensive thanks to a slew of new draconian alcohol taxes that were approved by the cabinet yesterday. We know, we know. Here’s the skinny: The alcohol tax is broken into two parts – a tax on product value and a tax on alcohol content.