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It is an undeniable fact that Bangkok is one of the most popular and inexpensive travel destinations in Southeast Asia. From culture to shopping, to nightlife, there’s almost nothing that you can’t do in the City of Angels.

Also known as a foodie’s paradise, Bangkok is home to many homegrown cafe brands (read: Greyhound Cafe) that serve quality treats and coffee. But if you want a unique experience, there are many Instagrammable themed cafes just waiting for you to explore. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of themed cafes that you need to check out the next time you’re in Bangkok.

You can thank us later 😉

1. Unicorn Cafe

Source: BuzzFeed

Bangkok’s Unicorn Cafe is possibly the most magical place on earth. Decorated with rainbow-coloured walls, furnitures, and My Little Pony dolls, the whimsical cafe offers dreamy dishes such as rainbow spaghetti carbonara, unicorn burgers with horn-shaped french fries, pastel crepe cakes, and frozen ombre galaxy drinks. Besides that, they also provide unicorn onesies for patrons to wear.

Who said life isn’t rainbows and butterflies, or in this case, rainbows and unicorns, eh?

  • Address: Sathorn Soi 8, 44/1 Sathon 8 Alley, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500
  • Opening Hours: 12pm – 8pm, closed on Mondays
  • Tel: +66863979262
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2. B.Duck Cafe

Source: B.Duck Cafe’s Facebook page

Quack, quack, quack! Welcome to B.Duck Cafe 🙂

Located strategically at Centre Point of Siam Square, this rubber duck-themed eatery is very popular among the locals, especially teenage girls. Although the shop is very small, it is filled with a large amount of cute B.Ducks in various shapes and sizes. And that’s not all, the cafe serves an array of yummy sweets and beverages. We highly recommend our readers to try the Mango Cheese Tart – it is the bomb!

  • Address: Centre Point of Siam Square, Rama 1 Road, Bangkok 10330 (next to Siam BTS station)
  • Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm
  • Tel: +66863096666

3. Little Zoo Cafe

Source: TripAdvisor/Shout.sg

Little Zoo Cafe is a haven for animal lovers. Situated near the Ari BTS station, the animal cafe features exotic pets like racoons, meerkats, fennec foxes, as well as red and silver foxes. They even have pomeranians and caracal cats. The animals are kept in a glass room, so it’s perfectly clean and safe to dine in the cafe.

Note: Only limited guests are allowed to enter the glass room to play with the animals. So please be patient and wait for your turn!

  • Address: Sukothai Ave 99, Muang Thong Thani Nonthaburi, Bangkok 11120
  • Opening Hours: 10:30am – 7pm
  • Tel: +66924481116
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4. Kaethy The Witch Cafe

Source: The Smart Local

Kaethy The Witch Cafe is no Hogwarts, but it is definitely a must-visit for all Potterheads.

Owned by a designer who has a thing for witches, the enchanted cafe has an assortment of delectable desserts and drinks such as Charlotte the Poison Spider cupcakes, Cemetery Brownies, and Witch Brews. Moreover, witch/wizard hats are placed on each seat for patrons to wear. Did we also mention that the cafe broadcasts western funeral music for a grimmer experience?

  • Address: Soi Nakniwas 41, Lad Phrao Road, Bangkok 10230
  • Opening Hours: 9am – 8pm
  • Tel: +66819168447
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5. Perhaps Rabbits’

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Follow the rabbit down the rabbit hole to this quaint “Alice in Wonderland”-inspired cafe. You won’t regret it!

Owned by the ladies behind Pop Me Up Cafe, Perhaps Rabbits’ is a lovely reprieve from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok city. While common desserts like pound cakes can be found here, the cafe also offers a series of quirky sweets such as Bluebunny Egg, Summer Monkey Pavlova, Daniel’s Berry, and Pony Poops Lemon Tart. For a mad tea party experience, guests can order the Butterfly Kisses afternoon tea set at only THB450 (approximately RM57).

  • Address: 5/1 Ekkamai 10 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Bangkok 10110
  • Opening Hours: 9am – 8pm
  • Tel: +66966163314
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6. Mr. Jones’ Orphanage

Source: Lady Iron Chef

Founded in 2012, Mr. Jones’ Orphanage is a popular local cafe franchise that got its name from a children’s book. Filled with fuzzy teddy bears and children’s drawings, the cafe is known for its affordable yet delicious cakes. Ranging from strawberry sponge cakes to chocolate mud pies, this “orphanage” is a definitely a sweet retreat for all foodies.

Patrons can also “adopt” a teddy bear and half of the earnings from the bid will be donated to Camilian Home, a foundation for children with disabilities.

Note: Mr. Jones’ Orphanage has outlets in Central World, Terminal 21, and Megabangna.

  • Address: 989 Soi Siam Center Building, 3rd Floor, Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
  • Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm
  • Tel: +6626581163
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7. TrueLove @ Neverland

Source: Shout.sg

True love is where the huskies are.

According to BK.Asia, TrueLove @ Neverland is a farm-turned-cafe that is home to 17 (or more) full-grown Siberian huskies of different colours and sizes. Brought to you by the folks behind Neverland Siberians breeders, dog lovers can play with the friendly huskies during specified playtimes. In terms of food, the cafe has a wide range of options that will surely satisfy your tastebuds.

Psst, we heard that their pork in spicy miso sauce is to die for 😉

Note: As of 29th March 2017, there are only 2 interactive sessions with the huskies – 12:30pm and 3:30pm. An entry ticket (inclusive of a drink and cake) costs THB350 (approximately RM45).

  • Address: 153 Paholyothin Soi Ari Samphan 2, Bangkok 10400
  • Opening Hours: 12pm – 4pm (Tuesday to Thursday), 12pm – 6:30pm (Friday to Sunday), closed on Mondays
  • Tel: +66859082777
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8. Aran Bicicletta

Source: Bangkok Magazine

Aran Bicicletta aka Aran Bici is a hybrid of a coffee shop and a bicycle workshop. Owner Aran is a bicycle enthusiast and due to a family connection with local coffee powerhouse K2, he is also a coffee expert. TimeOut Bangkok also noted that the shop’s baristas won the First National Thailand Brewers Cup Championship. Quietly tucked away on Pahon Yothin Soi 2, the shop also serves cocktails at night. Besides that, customers can order delicious homemade food from a small restaurant named Kao-Baan hidden at the back of the cafe.

  • Address: 128/10 Soi Phahol Yothin, 2 Paholyothin Road, Phayathai, Bangkok 10400
  • Opening Hours: 9am – 9pm
  • Tel: +66818219603
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Got any personal favourites that you think should be on the list? Feel free to share with us your opinions in the comment box below 🙂

Sources: Cosmopolitan, BuzzFeed, Thailandfans.com, xjphoto.net, goodyfeed.com, Time In Thai, bk.asia-city.com, th.ipick.com, SHOUT.sg, Best Coffee in Asia.