Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is located on the banks of the boat-filled Chao Phraya River. The big cosmopolitan city is famous for its soaring buildings, shrines, vibrant streets with mouthwatering food, and awesome nightlife that includes popular hangouts and night markets. You shouldn’t miss the Grand Palace and its Wat Phra Kaew Temple, the unfinished Sathorn Unique Tower, the Dusit Zoo, the Bangkok National Museum, riding the sky train, getting a Thai massage, and many other attractions. And Bangkok is also popular for its themed cafes, which offer very unique and memorable experiences. Check out the best themed cafes in Bangkok, Thailand.
1. Unicorn Cafe
Editor's Note: There's no photo available at the time of writing
The Unicorn Cafe in Bangkok is where you should head to for literally escaping from harsh realities into a world of unicorns and rainbows. From unicorn-themed wallpapers, statues, and furniture to sparkling fruit beverages, rainbow crepes and cakes, and names such as “Unicorn Blood”, everything in this cafe creates a world of fantasy for you and your loved ones. Don’t forget to try the cafe’s signature Galaxy Frappe and to pose for photos while hugging some plushies and wearing a unicorn onesie. Ready to make a statement on Instagram?
Address: Sathorn 8, Bangkok, Thailand.
Website: Unicorn Cafe
Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 12pm - 8pm (closed on Mon)
2. Hello Kitty House
Editor’s note: establishment is permanently closed
The Sanrio Hello Kitty House Bangkok is the perfect place for Hello Kitty lovers from around the world. The business is in multiple stories and you will find food, patisseries, beverages, Hello Kitty products, and spa services. Try the cutest desserts and the sweetest drinks, shop for some adorable souvenirs, and pose for some purr-fect pictures in this lovely place that is prominently pink in color.
Hello Kitty House
Address: Siam Square One Building, Room FSLG001, FS1001 and FS2001, LG, 1st and 2nd Floor, Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330.
Website: Hello Kitty House
Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (daily)
3. Detective Conan Cafe
The Detective Conan Cafe lets fans be around the famous Japanese characters from the Detective Conan series. Whether your favorite character is Conan, Shinichi, or Tooru Amuro, you can pose with their standees, and there are a lot of tasty treats to have. Don’t forget to try the APTX-4869 Super Big Capsule Curry with pork curry and steamed jasmine rice, inspired by the capsule that shrinks Shinichi into a child.
Detective Conan Cafe
Address: Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand.
Website: Detective Conan Cafe
Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (daily)
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4. Pixie Dust Café
Located just minutes away on foot from the Siam BTS station, the Pixie Dust Café serves wonderful looking cakes and drinks. It’s inside Daddy and the Muscle Academy clothing store at Siam Square and the whole place will surely inspire some good social media snaps with its pink-and-green interior and trinket decorations.
Pixie Dust Café
Address: Siam Square Soi 2, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand.
Website: Pixie Dust Café
Opening hours: 12pm - 9pm (daily)
5. Little Zoo Cafe
Little Zoo Cafe, as you might have guessed, is where you get to interact with a lot of animals and also have a meal. There will be cats and dogs roaming around the dining area. After placing your order, you can also enter an animal interaction area where you can be close to foxes or meerkats. As for food, there are pastas and sandwiches, and there is a good selection of drinks, too.
Little Zoo Cafe
Address: 424/7-8 Siam Square Alley11, Rama I, Pathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand
Website: Little Zoo Cafe
Opening hours: 11am - 8pm (daily)
6. Moomin Café
Just in case you haven’t got a clue, the Moomins are characters in a series of books by Finnish illustrator Tove Jansson. Based on these cuddly, hippopotamus-like beings, there have been a TV series, a theme park, shops, and cafes. The Moomin Café in Bangkok is the fifth Moomin eatery outside Finland and it has been designed to resemble a Moomin house. You also get Moomin dolls to play with, while having salads, pastas, rice dishes, desserts, and beverages.
Address: Siam Center, 979 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, 10330, Bangkok, Thailand.
Website: Moomin Café
Opening hours: 10:30am - 9:30pm (daily)
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At Maidreamin, the maids hand out bunny hairbands for you, light magic candles when food appears, sing songs while clapping their hands and dance when you have your food, and there will also be stage performances with disco lights. It may not be for everyone, but still the place is quite popular. The food there is very delicious and you also get plush toys at your seats.
Address: 444 MBK Center (7 Fl., #A3-A4) Phayathai Rd., Wangmai, Bangkok, Thailand.
Opening hours: 11am - 10pm (daily)
8. Sretsis Parlour
Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account
Sretsis Parlour is a cafe that wants to serve “fantasy on your plate”. Whether you try their good-looking desserts, have fine teas served in beautiful teacups, or fall in love with their latte art, everything from this place will take you to another world. There are tasty sandwich cakes, softest sponges, and you might get little figurines with some of the cakes. The floral-themed wallpapers are beautiful, too.
Address: Central Embassy, Level 2 1031 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini Patumwan, Bangkok, Thailand.
Website: Sretsis Parlour
Opening hours: 10am - 8pm (daily)
9. Bico Cafe
Smiles Riders, a group of veteran bikers in Thailand, started the Bico Cafe as a community space for bikers. They host a lot of activities and exhibitions at the shop, and sell bikes and accessories. They offer repair services, too. The cafe is also popular for good coffee and in-house baked food. There are French press, pour-over, drip and vacuum brewing methods.
Address: 1/5 Town in Town, Sri Wara Rd. Lad Phrao., Bangkok, Thailand.
Website: Bico Cafe
Opening hours: Wed - Mon: 10:30am - 9:30pm (closed on Tue)
10. Villa De Bear
Of course, Villa De Bear has something to do with bears. If you thought that, you are absolutely right. This restaurant in Bangkok has been designed with the idea of a European teddy bear factory in mind. The walls and ceilings are decorated with buttons, giant gears, patterns, and thread spools. You will be entertained with live band performances, and they serve really good food. There is a big list of food items to select from; the squid ink spaghetti with crab meat in spicy tomato cream sauce and the chicken green curry with fried roti are popular ones. Don’t forget to take your selfies with Villy, their black bear mascot.
Villa De Bear
Address: Ratchaphruek Rd, Bang Ramat, Taling Chan, Bangkok, Thailand.
Website: Villa De Bear
Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 5pm - 12am; Sat - Sun: 11am - 12am
Back to innocence at Bangkok
All these places will surely bring out the innocent child in everyone. Confused about which one to visit? We recommend all of the above. Happy vacation!
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