Fresh juice is something you should enjoy while in Thailand. In the BTS station you'd an find tiny bottles like these with a variety of flavors.
While you walk around you can also find street vendors crushing pomegranate arils to make fresh pomegranate juice. You can find orange juice and mango juice, just to name two. It’s a beautiful sight. And at a buck or less you can afford to enjoy this. You could be spending 4 or 5 times as much on one fruit juice or smoothie back home with questionable ingredients!
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