Bangkok Pet Cafés: Cats, Dogs and Bunnies!

Take a break from the big city madness and unwind at one of Bangkok’s pet cafés.

Bangkok pet cafés are a great way to spend an afternoon. Being part of a warm and positive environment can set the mood for the rest of your trip. Trust us on this one: You won’t regret spending a couple hours at a pet café in Bangkok. In this article, we’ll go over 3 cafés with 3 different animals: cats, dogs and bunnies. ✌

Caturday Cat Café

Caturday Cat Cafe is the only Bangkok pet cafe that switches up their costumes for different holidays.
Cocowalk, BTS Ratchatewi Exit 2. Open Daily 12PM to 10PM.

While there are many cat cafés in Bangkok, we recommend Caturday Cat Cafe because it’s conveniently located by exit 2 of BTS Ratchatewi. It’s easy to get to and honestly hard to miss.

The cute vibe of the furniture and decor combined with the colorful artwork all over the place is truly a sight to see. From the moment you walk in, you’ll notice just how lively and energetic the place is. The cats here are pretty active and as friendly as the staff! With a whopping total of 40 cats, you won’t have to worry about not getting 1-on-1 time with them. On the other hand, if you want to be completely surrounded by feline friends, buy one of the cat snacks off the menu and just watch them flock to you!

It can get pretty busy on weekends, so make sure to give yourself enough time to wait for a table. We recommend the cheese and bacon spring rolls, the chocolate shock cheesecake and Caturday Cafe rainbow crepe cake.

True Love Café

Bangkok's husky cafe is truly amazing.
153 Air Samphan Soi 2, Paholyothin Soi 4. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 12PM to 9PM.

True Love Café is run by the lovely folks behind Neverland Siberians, sporting 17 full-grown Siberian huskies. Neverland Siberians is a world-renowned

While the cat cafés in Bangkok are an indoors ordeal, the husky café lets the action loose. When you arrive, you’ll see the dogs behind a fenced area where you can hang out and play with them. Calling it just a café would be a travesty, it’s closer to a petting zoo. When the huskies are playing among themselves, try out the chilled raspberry smoothie or the moo yang phrik Thai dum (grilled pork with seasoned pepper).

PS: If you haven’t had Thai grilled pork, you’re probably missing out on other Thai dishes. Check out our guide to Thai street food!

Lucky Bunny Café

Lucky Bunny Cafe has a more chill vibe, where it's a lot easier to eat your food compared to other Bangkok pet cafes.
Ladprao Soi 101 (End of Yaek 28). Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10:30AM to 8PM.

Cozy. That would be the one word we use to describe Lucky Bunny Café. And for good reason too! The owner, Gullayanee Jiamsinkul one day decided to convert her house into Bangkok’s famous bunny café. Play with her bunnies, eat some great food and relax. The pastel colored decor will have you feeling like you’re in a playground, it’s quite the atmosphere.

If you’ve got some time to kill until the next big party, Bangkok pet cafes are definitely the way to go. As the Cheshire Cat once said, “Every adventure requires a first step.” Fortunately for you, that first step is knowing what your options are.

We want to see photos of your visits to Bangkok’s pet cafes: Share them in the Slumber Party Community Facebook group so we can all see!

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