Baoya Cafe, Nonthaburi

For cafe hoppers out there, if you got no plans for this upcoming weekend, a trip to relax at a cafe could be a good way to help you feel refreshed. Check out this Baoya Cha & Cafe in Nonthaburi. They boast Chinese vibes, a Chinese-inspired garden for photography, and healthy herb-based drinks to freshen you under this balmy weather.

A Chinese-themed cafe for the health-conscious

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Arriving at Baoya Cafe, you’ll be surprised by a large building that looks like a contemporary Chinese palace with big signs in Thai and Chinese and Chinese-style architecture. You might wonder if this is just a cafe; the answer is no. They also offer gua sha massage, cupping therapy, acupuncture, fire dragon therapy, thick towel massage, Chinese herbal steam, and more.

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There’s a cute little garden right by the cafe where you can wander around and snap some pics. It’s got a cool koi pond with a tiny bridge over it, lots of different trees, a Chinese-inspired building, and some Chinese-style pavilions. And you can even rent a Chinese costume from the cafe to wear while you’re posing in the garden.

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The interior exudes an impressive ambience with its cosy Chinese-themed furniture and decorations. Once inside, you’re greeted by an enticing aroma that tantalises the senses.

Steamed bao buns to try with their herb-based drinks

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If you are the kind of person who cares about good health, you have come to the right place. Here, you can treat yourself to their healthy herb-based options, be it main dishes or drinks.

Steamed bao buns are must-try items for first-timers; for example, Mala Chicken Bao Buns, Crab Stick With Ebiko Bao Buns, Red Pork Bao Buns, and Black Sesame Bao Buns, all priced at ฿50 (~USD1.39).

For a main dish, consider Stir-Fried Tofu Basil Leaves with Golden Cordyceps at ฿165 (~USD4.60). Another one worth trying is Noodles with Pork in Gravy Sauce and Herbs at ฿130 (~USD3.62).

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We can assure you that the drinks here are nothing like drinks you have at other cafes because they add Chinese herbs like ginseng in them. For something to boost your energy, you can try their Iced-Royal Ginseng Latte at ฿165 (~USD4.60).

Furthermore, they offer hot flower tea with 12 recipes that offer various benefits to your body.

Examples include Yin Tang Tea: made with lime, chrysanthemum, pandan leaves, and starfruit. Calming Tea: made with jasmine, kaffir lime, galangal, lemongrass, and screwpine. Fit&Firm Tea: made with kaffir lime, screwpine, jasmine, and lily.

How to get to Baoya Cafe

If you’re looking for a new cafe to drop by near Bangkok on the weekend, Baoya Cafe is a unique cafe worth a visit. Located in Nonthaburi, it’s about a one-hour drive away from downtown Bangkok.

For more cafes to check out, visit 10 romantic cafes in Bangkok to go on a date, 10 Thong Lor cafes that are work-friendly, and 15 Bangkok themed cafes to hang out with your buddies.

Address: 67 54 Bang Yai, Bang Yai District, Nonthaburi 11140
Opening hours:
9am-7pm, Daily
Entrance fee:
฿xxx, ~USDXXX xxxxxx
Contact: +66 9 7016 3919  | Baoya Cafe’s Facebook | Google Maps

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