Politics and cannabis
Thailand legalized cannabis in 2022 and has since seen a boom in tourists coming to Thailand to enjoy cannabis. But new regulations could impact foreign visitors to the country.
Following up on our Amsterdam blog from April 2021 about the mayor’s plan to ban tourists from the famous Dutch coffeeshops, we come to share good and bad news. The excellent news is tourists are still and will remain to be welcome in the Dutch coffeeshops. Albeit that the city is still worried about too many tourists coming to the city. The only thing that can be considered bad news is that in a trade-off with the city council, the smoking of cannabis in the red light district will be banned from halfway May.
Now that the pandemic seems to have gone into a different phase, tourism is again opening up and looking forward to welcoming tourists. Nowadays, in 2022, there’s even talk about global cannabis tourism possibilities. Curious where to go? We’ve got you covered in this new blog. Starting with North America, we’ve divided it up into (sub-)continents.
Since December 18 2021, Malta has become the first country in the European Union (EU) to legalize homegrown cannabis and sales through non-profit clubs. Excellent news of course which could prove to be the start to a green future in the EU. All the more reasons to delve into the details for a new iteration of Suzy’s Cannabis World Blog
On Wednesday, November 24th, the newly elected German ‘traffic light’ coalition government announced they will be legalizing and regulating recreational cannabis for adults. Details have yet to be announced.
In this new Suzy Seeds Cannabis World Blog we take a look at the recent developments surrounding Amsterdam wanting to ban foreign tourists from coming to the coffeeshops and how they got here. That, and we have something to share with you about our 9 year anniversary this month!