Here you can lie in a coffin.
In the Northern part of Bangkok, the restaurant is Mai Death The Kid Cafe, where you can think about death over a Cup of coffee – and even to lie in a coffin.
Snacks here are in the form of parts of the skeleton, the drinks have weird names (e.g., “Death” and “Pain”), and one of the permanent “guests” – dead. More precisely, the skeleton of a man residing in the hall.
Visitors who dare to lie down in this coffin a couple of minutes with my eyes closed, and a discount on drinks.
The owner Mai Death The Kid Cafe, Professor will Werenot Waianapanapa, says that his institution has little to do with entertainment and outrageousness. According to him, when creating a concept, he has set a goal to remind the countrymen, 90% of whom consider themselves Buddhists about the benefits of “awareness of death”.
“We found that awareness of death reduces greed and anger,” says will Werenot.
Argues that the concept of Buddhism based on the ideas of variability and the denial of the “I” is the key to ridding Thai society from such chronic problems as violence and corruption.
“When man realizes his own death, he will do good. It teaches the Buddha,” says the cafe owner.
In his opinion, a stay in a coffin also able to force young people to change their worldly lifestyle.
Visitors to The Death Cafe Kid Mai always rife, however, there is a café and foes. And a lot. All complaints by Vernut accepts with gratitude.
“I love all the complaints. Because if they complain, it means they are think about death, they know about death,” says the Professor.
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