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While you may be living somewhere weed-friendly, the laws regarding bud tend to change as soon as you cross over a border. If you’re planning to travel abroad any time soon, then you definitely want to brush up on your international marijuana laws beforehand to avoid encountering any less than desirable situations. Luckily, we’re giving you the run-down on some of the worst places to be smoking weed, period.

 Worst Places to Smoke Weed

Worst Places to Smoke Weed

By The Stoner's Cookbook

If you're planning to smoke a joint or two while travelling abroad, then you probably want to avoid these places altogether.

  • The Airport

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Start your trip off right and resist the temptation of lighting up at the airport. With tight security protocols, even the most weed-friendly of cities will still land you with a cavity search. 

  • Little Rock, Arkansas

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Just in case you ever felt the urge to go to Arkansas, be prepared for some low quality weed (as rated by October 2010's issue of High Times), and potential jail time if you're caught smoking it too. 

  • Malaysia

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Don't let the relaxed atmosphere of this popular getaway fool you. Malaysia is NOT weed-safe at all. Possession of the smallest amount can land you in jail for up to 5 years, along with a hefty fine.

  • Dubai

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    You may have heard the horror stories regarding the British tourist who was sentenced to 4 years in prison for having a trace amount of weed stuck to the bottom of his shoe? Well, don't risk it.

  • Singapore

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    While Singapore boasts a vibrant night life, don't think for a moment that you can get away with smoking weed. In fact, one joint can land you a spot IN the joint for up to four years.

  • Oklahoma City

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    If losing your driver's license if caught smoking weed is worth the act of smoking it in the first place, then go right on ahead. Just remember, you'll have to find another means of transportation. 

  • South Korea

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Weed in any form is strictly illegal in South Korea. In fact, if you're deemed suspicious, be prepared for a drug test right then and there with jail time and hefty fines to follow.

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