Bubble tea stores in Bangkok

Finding more ways to drink bubble tea is like exploring outer space – we’re always discovering something new. There are bound to be hidden gems among the hundreds of brands available, and it doesn’t have to be from abroad either.

Below are some of the best bubble tea stores in Bangkok from local franchises that you’ll only find in Thailand.

1. Chincha Bubble Tea — self-service BBT buffet

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Image credit: Chincha via Facebook

While Chincha has no unique tea flavours to offer like other brands, there aren’t many that can boast themselves as bubble tea buffets.

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Image credit: Wongnai Hatyai via Facebook

You can get a small cup for (฿25,~USD0.70) and a large cup for (฿35,~USD0.98). Toppings are an extra (฿5,~USD0.14) and (฿10,~USD0.28) for whipped cream.

You are free to mix and match toppings as you please to create the perfect bubble tea. With almost a dozen toppings and drinks, the possibilities are only limited by how much your cup can hold.

Address: 10 Pracha Songkhro Rd, Khwaeng Din Daeng, Khet Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400
Opening Hours: 10am-7pm
Contact: +66 93 236 4241 | Google Maps

2. Bearhouse — DIY mochi bobas

BBTBKK Bearhouse
Images adapted from: Close To Heaven and Bearhouse via Facebook

Bearhouse sells quarts of mochi flour (฿120,~USD3.36) so you can DIY mochi pearls at home. This is also a fun activity for the family to mould the mochi pearls as they prefer.

The Yuzu Black Tea With Mochi Pearls (฿105,~USD2.94) or the Southern Thai Milk Tea With Mochi Pearls (฿95,~USD2.66) and pair it with the Milky Chilling Pudding (฿220,~USD6.17) which jiggles from the slightest touch.

Address: Siam Square, 414/17 floor, 1 Henri Dunant Rd, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330
Opening Hours: 10am-8pm
Contact: +66 9 5250 9429 | Bearhouse’s Facebook | Google Maps

3. Moma’s Bubble Tea Bar — cheap but flavourful

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The sweet purple potato is another trend that’s been going around lately, and inevitably crossed paths with the bubble tea not long after. Moma’s Sweet Potato Latte (฿39,~USD1.09) has the starchy qualities of the purple potato with the milky sweetness of a bubble milk tea.

Moma’s BBTs are cheap but taste just as great compared to more expensive brands. Also, you don’t have to travel far to taste it yourself because Moma outlets are all over Bangkok.

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Image credit:
Moma’s Bubble Tea Bar via Facebook

There was also a bubble tea based on the White Rabbit candy at one point, and we hope to see what other flavours they will surprise us with in the future.

Check out our full article about Moma here!

Address: Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330
Opening Hours: 7am-9am, Daily
Contact: Bearhouse’s Facebook

4. TingTing Ginger Bingsu — Chinese dessert toppings

TingTing Ginger Bingsu is a shop that mainly focuses on bingsu and ginger soup. The bubble teas here are inspired by Thai-Chinese desserts like bua loi, grass jellies and tangyuan, and the store offers unique add-ons such as bua loi rice balls and patongko (fried dough).

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Images adapted from: Gramho and Foodyoucaneat via Facebook

For the BBT itself, the Amah bubble milk tea with torched douhua (฿75,~USD2.10) and soy milk-black sesame boba (฿75,~USD2.10)

Also recommended is the fresh milk with salted egg custard sauce and konjac boba (฿75,~USD2.10), or you could add salted egg custard sauce to your bubble milk tea as well.

Address: On Nut Rd, Khwaeng Suan Luang, Khet Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250
Opening Hours: 12pm-11pm, Daily
Contact: +66 9 9262 4193 | TingTing Ginger Bingsu’s Facebook | Google Maps

5. Brown Café — unique and colourful flavours

BBTBKK Brown Cafe
Images adapted from:
@wongnai and @omlstw via Twitter

The Brown Café has a magic trick in the form of the anchan strawberry latte with rainbow bubbles (฿80,~USD2.24), a floral drink that transforms before your eyes.

The blue-hued anchan (butterfly pea flower) changes colour when mixed with acidic food like citrus fruits. This drink gets its purple layer when the anchan gets poured into the strawberry latte and followed by collagen bubbles.

The melon niu niu latte with rainbow bubbles (฿80,~USD2.24) looks a lot like melon cream soda in BBT form. This drink doesn’t transform like the anchan, but its lingering melon scent and milky green and rainbow are just as enchanting for photos.

Address: 388 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330
Opening Hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: +66 84393 3395 | Brown Cafe’s Facebook | Google Maps

6. Bakt Cafe — dog-themed drinks

Bakt Cafe curiously names all their tea after a breed of dog, each with their own style to love and share the characteristics of their namesake.

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Images adapted from: GrabFood and @baktcafe via Instagram

The Winter Corgi (฿115,~USD3.22) is a winter melon tea with brown sugar jelly – sweet but on the lighter side.

Then there’s the Puffy Yorkshire (฿115,~USD3.22) that’s familiarly popular but fancy. It is brown sugar fresh milk (or milk tea) with brown sugar jelly and bubble, topped with creme brulee cream cheese.

If you want something standard, they have the Absolute Shiba (฿80,~USD2.24) milk tea with a triple threat of brown sugar bubble, golden bubble, and brown sugar jelly. We’d take all these doggies home if we could.

Address: Soi Ekamai 21, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Opening Hours: 11am-8pm, Daily
Contact: +66 8 4393 3395 | Bakt Cafe’s Facebook | Google Maps

7. GA/GA — stylish BBTs for photos

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Image credit: Kinjubkinjib via Facebook

GAGA’s bubble teas are eye-catching from the very start. Even the more standard milk teas look extravagant because they go overboard with toppings, while fruit teas are beautifully coloured.

Those who love toppings will appreciate GAGA‘s signature GAGA Overload (฿90,~USD2.52), which has four different toppings on milk tea: honey drop, grass jelly, egg pudding, and the usual bubble pearls. Each sip has a blend of chewiness and softness that melts in your mouth.

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Image credit: I AM EAT via Facebook

Take a break from milk teas with fresh tea and juice with these counterparts whether day or night:

  • Sunrise (฿95,~USD2.66) are layers of butterfly pea and passion fruit green tea topped with GAGA’s honey drops. 
  • Blood Moon (฿95,~USD2.66) is pomegranate green tea with grass jelly, chia and honey drops.

Address: 12 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Opening Hours: 10am-8pm, Daily
Contact: GAGA’s Facebook | Google Maps

8.  ATM Tea Bar — order your refreshing boba milk tea through an ATM

bubble tea stores in bangkokImage credit: @atmteabar via Instagram

This ATM Tea Bar has a unique way of ordering items. You have to order your drink and snack through an ATM provided on the left side of the bar counter and then take the receipt to get your items, which is really interesting.

bubble tea stores in bangkokImage credit: @atmteabar via Instagram

Last yearthe stores announced their new coffee drinks to make you active in the morning. The drinks are Cloud Strawberry Coffee  Latte (฿125,~USD3.51) and Cloud Coffee Latte (฿95,~USD2.66). The lattes come with whipped coffee that tastes like a cloud, going perfectly well with the drinks.

Address: 432, 9 Siam Square 9 Alley, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10am-9pm, Daily
Contact: ATM Tea Bar’s Facebook | Google Maps

9. cha bar — pearls made from Riceberry rice

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The thing that makes this cha bar stand out from other bubble tea stores is its pearls. The pearls are made from Riceberry rice, which is good for your health, so you can drink one without feeling guilty about eating tapioca balls.

bubble tea stores in bangkokImage credit: @chabar.bkk via Instagram

The store offers various teas and coffees worth trying, but if you want to try its classic one, you can opt for Classic Milk Cha with Riceberry Boba at ฿55 (~USD1.54).

Address: Lido Connect, 141 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening Hours: 11am-7pm, Daily
Contact: cha bar’s Facebook | Google Maps

10. Yenly Yours — mango-themed stores with mango-based items

Image credit: @yenlyyoursthailand via Instagram

Any big fans of mango here? If so, don’t miss out on the Yenly Yours franchise. Not much of a bubble tea store, but it has mango milk teas as well as various interesting drinks based on mango that’ll make you wanna drool. It’s a go-to place for mango lovers for real!

Image credit: @yenlyyoursthailand via Instagram

The owner of this franchise must love eating mangoes so much, judging by the theme. Yenly Yours has everything or almost everything made with mango, be it noodles, teas, or muffins.

To recommend interesting things to try out, we’re attracted by Sweet Sago with Milk+Mango from ฿99 (~USD2.78) and Mango Noodle from ฿139 (~USD3.90). Also, don’t forget to pair them with Forever Mango With Yoghurt from ฿119 (~USD3.34). Choose any size that suits you most!

Address: 647/2 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10.30am-10pm, Daily
Contact: Yenly Yours’s Facebook | Google Maps

Try these bubble tea stores in Bangkok

The BBT craze shows no sign of stopping any time soon – not that we’re complaining. Within Southeast Asia, Thailand drinks the most BBT compared to our neighbours, and we make it no secret.

Hopefully, these bubble tea stores in Bangkok will give you a remarkable experience, and of course, do remember to drink bubble tea in moderation for your health!

For more BBT goodies, also read 10 low-calorie bubble tea shops in Bangkok for BBT lovers to get a guilt-free fix, Neighbour’s Cafe: a new BBT cafe with pink dragonfruit & pumpkin boba, & 7-11 Thailand having a new brown sugar cupcake with Konjac Boba At ฿35.

Cover image adapted from: @atmteabar via Instagram and @yenlyyoursthailand via Instagram

The article was originally published by Papoj Aksharanugraha in July 2020, and last updated by Bank Fasaisirinan in January 2024.

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