5 Uniquely-Themed Cafes in Bangkok That Are Too Cool to Miss

5 Uniquely-Themed Cafes in Bangkok That Are Too Cool to Miss

Drop in at these themed cafes in Bangkok that will keep you hooked on Bangkok’s quirky cafe scene.

The most visited city in the world teems with themed cafes that offer tourists and cafe hoppers the most unique and unimaginable experiences. Here are five of the coolest themed cafes in Bangkok that will keep you hooked on Bangkok’s quirky cafe scene.

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 1. Unicorn Cafe

At the Unicorn Cafe in Bangkok, unicorns are no longer a figment of the imagination. Intent on bringing these mythical creatures to life, the café owners really go out of their way to deck their store with everything magical and mystical. The walls and ceilings are adorned with all sorts of unicorn toys, the buntings and colour palette scream a lovely purply-pink, and all the carefully thought-of elements make unicorn fans out of random visitors. Be mesmerised by the unicorn overload while enjoying their colourful drinks, fab cakes, and all the dreamy fluff.

Address: Soi Sathorn 8, Bangkok, Thailand

2. Little Zoo Cafe

Little Zoo Cafe in Bangkok is home to over nine different species of wild animals that will surely put a smile on your face with their cute and silly gimmicks. Customers are invited to play with the animals, including raccoons, puppies, and more, and feed them during certain periods of the day. Another reason why you should visit this quaint cafe is its good coffee and affordable price (100–130 baht for a beautifully frothy cup of cappuccino).  

Address: 486 On Nut Rd, Khwaeng Suan Luang, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250, Thailand

3. On the River Cafe

Imagine this: a tropical or Caribbean haven right in heart of Bangkok. On the River Cafe is the only cafe in Bangkok that offers customers the experience of kicking back in a simulated Caribbean atmosphere. If you’re early, you might even score one of the unique Catamaran lounger nets for a soothing hum day treat. Besides the novel experience of chilling above the water, you can also savour spectacular desserts from 100 to 250 baht and coffee from 85 baht, all served with a soothing river view.

Address: 16/1 Keranawatana T.Bangprok A.Muang, Bangkok, Thailand

4. Bico Cafe

More than a place for good coffee, Bico Cafe is a community space for bikers around Bangkok. Founded by a group of veteran bikers in Thailand, Bico has become the favorite destination for youngsters who enjoy the rustic feel of the homey cafe and a necessary pit stop for bikers who meet up before or after their ride. The owners also offer bike maintenance services.

Address: 508/2, Prasert-Manukitch Rd, Lat Phrao, Bangkok 10230, Thailand

5. Hajime Robot Restaurant

Fancy being served by robots? Hajime Robot Restaurant isn’t a cafe per se since it specialises in Japanese Yakiniku and Hotpot shabu-shabu meals, but it surely gives customers an interesting experience that shouldn’t be missed! So, if you’re looking for a more hearty meal, this is the place to go. 

Order your food from the touch screen menu and sit back and watch as your friendly live-sized robot waiter zips in and brings orders to your table. Aside from serving up food, your robot waiter will also bust a move and dance every 30 minutes or so. Now talk about entertainment while dining! 

Address: 3rd floor, Monopoly Park, Rama3 road (Industrial Ring road) Bangkok, Thailand

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If you’re looking for a hip spot to hang out for a cup of joe, stake out these unique themed cafes in Bangkok. You’ll find that Bangkok’s imaginative spirit is alive with every warm cup. 


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Amy Nguyen
Amy Nguyen

When she comes to a new place, Amy loves to do what locals do. From experiencing ordinary foodstuffs to roaming crowded wet markets, Amy explores and immerses with the local mundane daily life. Looking for an escape from touristy sites? You're coming to the right place. When not travelling, Amy watches and reviews movies as a hobby.

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