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Published: April 15th 2020
If Dogs make you all warm and fuzzy inside, Bangkok is the closest to heaven you’ll ever get. Add free Cheesecake, Coffee and all the puppies you can carry, and chances are you’ve transcended beyond heaven right into the pearly gates of Thailand’s Dog Cafes. Canine Cafes are the best kept secret around these parts. Bangkok alone has 4 of the biggest in Thailand, all a short Tuktuk ride away from the next (great for a Pup-Crawl). Dog cafes around Thailand are popular and quickly expanding; it’s hard to keep up with the trend and with every year comes a new café and a new theme…so to save you the hassle of scouring every café, I’ve gone and visited all of them (tough job I know).
This Husky themed café is by far the most popular with Tourists and locals alike. With viral online videos, a booming social media, and an Instagram that just won’t quit, TrueLove Café is no doubt the first stop for every dog lover. TrueLove at Neverland Café Price:
350 baht (18 NZD) Getting there:
A short 40 Baht Taxi from Ari Station or 30 min walk Food:
Free Ice-cream Cake and drink
on arrival. Quality Thai milk tea. Bring:
A good camera (slo-mo setting a must) Passport and wallet. Note:
R 15 Café. 15-18 year olds must bring a passport. These pups aren’t always the most social; they’re often tired and hot.
One of the newest to the Dog Café scene, Opening early 2019 but already boasting a collection of viral videos, a booming social media and 13 of Thailands cutest Welsh Pembroke and Cardigan Corgis. Corgi in the Garden is quickly becoming the number-one Dog Café destination in Bangkok. Corgi in the Garden
250 Baht (13 NZD)
10 min Taxi from Bang Wa BTS
Refreshing Peach Sweet tea, Dog food for an extra 100 Baht
(this place is a real hidden treasure!). A camera, Wallet and water.
Use your bought dog-food sparingly! They’ll be your best friend, but only if you feed them.
Not only does this Café have the most dogs out of any other café, but it’s also the place to be if you’re searching for the biggest of the big.
Boasting an arsenal of Malamutes, Tibetan Mastiffs, Newfoundlands, Great Danes and Wolfhounds, It’s no wonder how this Café got its name. Big Dog Café
baht (10 NZD) Getting there:
Huai Kwang, A short 1 minute walk from the Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Food:
Not only are the dogs big, you’ll find hearty servings of fried rice, Morning Glory and Pad-Thai here too. Bring:
A lot of water, camera with a good Slo-mo setting. Note:
It’s no walk in the park: This area is un-air conditioned (Bring water to stay hydrated), Breeds are brought out in waves, so seeing each one may take time!
A mixed bag has its perks when it comes to Dog cafes. Like a box of Favourites, House of Paws Café has something for everyone. A smaller café, with more affectionate dogs of all shapes and sizes, you’ll be sure to find your next best friend in no time (with little effort). HOPS (House of Paws)
300 Baht (15 NZD)
A short 3 minute walk from the Siam Square Mall
Complimentary cake and Drink, what’s not to love?
Clothing suited for
comfortable sitting, camera.
A little food goes a long way here, keep dog food out of reach from unsuspecting sneaks
Around the Corner and down the road is an honourable mention. This café has taken the idea of an interactive domestic café and flipped it on its head. Meerkats, Racoons,Red Foxes, Muchkin cats, Fennex foxes and Snowfoxes, like the name insists, You’re not in just any ol’ café, you’re in an interactive zoo. Little Zoo Café
120 baht (6 NZD)
Smack bang in the centre of Siam Square, just a short walk from the mall.
Your choice of a free ice-cream (or souvineer) and drink! Can’t turn that down
Camera, comfortable shoes, clothing you can get dirty
This is one of Thailands most controversial Café’s
from concerns over the wellbeing of un-domesticated animals. Though it may be cool to interact with a wild animal, it’s also an eye opener as to why they should remain wild.
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