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14 Adorable Pet Cafes In Bangkok Where You Can Play With Animals Like Corgis, Rabbits, & Rare Pets

Cute pet cafes in Bangkok

Pets have always been a part of the family for us. They help us find a way to relieve stress and keep moving forward. And for a lot of folks, that means spending time with animals.

Although BKK’s city lifestyle prevents many of us from getting our own pets, we’re lucky enough to live in the age of pet cafes. Here are 14 adorable pet cafes in Bangkok to spend your time with cute critters.

What is a pet cafe?

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A pet cafe is like a regular cafe, but with a twist – it’s filled with adorable animals! You can grab a coffee or a snack while hanging out with furry friends like cats, dogs, and sometimes even bunnies. It’s a fun and cosy place where you can relax, enjoy some company, and maybe even adopt a new four-legged pal.

Why do people go to pet cafes?

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Many love going to pet cafes because of the relaxation and enjoyment they get from animals. There are many animal cafes in Bangkok such as cat cafes, corgi cafes, rabbit cafes etc. These cafes are full of cute pets where you can see them and play with them all day, creating memorable moments that brighten their day.

How much is the dog cafe in Bangkok?

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Different animal cafes cost differently. Some cat and dog cafes in Bangkok have an entry fee starting at ฿150 (~USD4.19); some might not require entry fees but you have to buy a drink or a snack. Some animal cafes allow you to use your admission ticket to redeem food within their cafes.

1. Dog In Town Ekkamai — cosy eatery with ‘BTS’ pups

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Situated in the heart of Bangkok, Dog In Town is a cosy cafe with a gang of cute furry pups that dog lovers can hang out with. The entrance fee is ฿300 (~USD8.38), which includes 1 free beverage listed on the menu like a mango smoothie and coffee. 

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Customers can gently hug and play with the canine gang inside the restaurant or run around with them on the spacious green lawn outside.   

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Once inside, you’ll be greeted by friendly dogs with names like Nana, Ari, and Asok. If these names sound familiar to you, it’s because the doggos here are named after Bangkok’s BTS stations, which is super cute. 

Address: 16/1 Ekkamai 6, Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Tan Nuea, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Opening Hours: 11am – 8pm, Daily
Nearest Train Station: Ekkamai BTS
Telephone: +66-88-942-4964 | Dog In Town Ekkamai’s website

2. Big Dog Cafe — home to big doggos

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Big Dog Cafe is another popular destination for canine lovers in Bangkok. This is a cafe where you can get up close and personal with the bigger good boys and girls for ฿215 (~USD6.00).

For the doggos’ well-being, all the pups won’t be present in the playroom all the time but will be brought out in groups so that they have a chance to take a break from all that playing.

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Although the dining area and the playroom are separated from each other, you might still get a visit from a couple of canine friends while you’re enjoying some cake or iced coffee.

Address: 82 Ratchadaphisek Rd, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310
Opening Hours: 10am – 9pm, Daily
Nearest Train Station: Thailand Cultural Center MRT
Telephone: +66-95-259-2392 | Big Dog Cafe’s website

3. The Fairy Door — a whimsical cat cafe

The Fairy Door is a whimsical cafe and restaurant in Thonglor with an Alice in Wonderland theme. And if you look more closely, you’ll spot a group of cute furry kitties lying around, waiting for you to befriend them.

All the kitties here are given the liberty to roam around freely like a boss. They might even decide to chill on a vacant seat near you and accompany you during the meal! 

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After exploring Wonderland and playing with the kitties, don’t forget to order Alice’s Tea Time Set (฿1,270, serves 2), which is a high tea set that comes with yummy scones, pastries, and cakes. 

For our full review of The Fairy Door, click here.

Address: 3rd Floor, Rain Hill Plaza, Sukhumvit Soi 47, Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea Sub-District, Watthana District, Bangkok 10110.
Opening Hours: 12pm-12am, Daily
Nearest Train Station: Thonglor BTS Station
Telephone: +66 82 561 4834 | The Fairy Door’s website

4. Corgi in the Garden — corgi lovers’ heaven

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Among all pet cafes in Bangkok, Corgi in the Garden will be heaven is you’re a #1 corgi fan. Everybody knows how expensive corgis can be, especially in Thailand, so here’s our chance to mingle with these munchkins.

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Though all the corgis here look similar, you don’t have to worry about not being able to tell them apart because each wears a scarf with their name on it. 

For only ฿250 (~USD6.98), you’ll get to play and take photos with these little furry pals, as well as get 1 free drink from the menu such as iced coffee or tea.

Address: 338/1 Kallapaphruek Road Bang Wa, Phasicharoen, Bangkok 10160
Opening Hours: Tue – Fri 12.30pm-6pm | Sat – Sun 10am-6pm, Closed on Mondays
Nearest Train Station: Wutthakat BTS
Telephone: +66-62-865-6156 | Corgi in the Garden’s website


5. Rabbito Cafe — a go-to for rabbit lovers

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Not all pet cafes are about cats and dogs, some also feature furry friends of different varieties. If you enjoy the peaceful demeanours of rabbits, then you should come to Rabbito Cafe near Punnawithi BTS. Thanks to its convenient location, it is easy for everyone to visit this indoor rabbit house. 

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While here, don’t miss out on feeding the rabbits, which will give you a chance to get closer to them.

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After feeding the rabbits, don’t forget to try the cafe’s desserts and drinks that come with a cute rabbit theme too. 

Address: 29-29/1 Sukhumvit 101/1, Bangchak, Phra Khanong, Bangkok 10260
Opening Hours: 12pm – 7pm, daily.
Nearest Train Station: Punnawithi BTS
Telephone: +66-61-632-2365 | Rabbito Cafe’s website

6. Year of The Cat Cafe — chill playhouse for cats

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Year of The Cat Cafe is another go-to for all feline lovers in Bangkok and it only costs ฿100 (~USD2.79) for the entrance fee, inclusive of a free drink off the menu.

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The playroom is separated from the dining area for hygiene reasons, and it is a sizable room filled with many cat toys. Here you can spend your purrfect day with the kitties until 7pm, which is the time they’ll need to rest.

Address: 706 Soi Charan Sanitwong 19, Bang Khun Si, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok 10700
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 11.30am – 7.30pm, closed on Mondays
Nearest Train Station: Charan 13 MRT
Telephone: +66-93-263-1000 | Year of The Cat Cafe’s website

7. The Animal Cafe Restaurant — uncommon pets

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If you’re looking for some extra excitement, come to The Animal Cafe Restaurant. Unlike many typical pet cafes, most of the animals here are pretty uncommon and not something you’d find at any regular home.

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Besides fluffy Persian cats, you’ll get to play with many more fascinating animals like owls, raccoons, caracal cats, foxes, and many more.

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The best part is that you don’t have to pay for an entrance fee. Just come in and order your food and drinks from their menu, from fried snacks to spaghetti. After finishing the meal, you can spend time with these interesting animals for as long as you want.

Address: 311/2 Sathu Pradit 19 Alley, Chong Nonsi, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120
Opening Hours:  11am – 8pm, daily.
Telephone: +66-2-674-0277 | The Animal Cafe Restaurant’s website

8. Peter & Rabit English Tea Time — English-themed barn

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Get away and find some peace with farm pets at Peter & Rabit English Tea Time, an English-style barn cafe. Upon entering this pet cafe, you’ll feel as if you’re walking into an English barn in the English countryside, with a blue telephone box greeting you at the entrance.

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If you have a family with kids, this place can serve as a weekend destination for quality family time. The cafe offers outdoor seating encircled by relaxing greenery as well as a playground for kids.

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Here, it has farm pets such as swans, chickens, ducks, and rabbits that you can spend your whole day with.

Address: Sala Thammasop, Thawi Watthana, Bangkok 10170
Opening hours:
9am-8pm, Daily
Contact: +66 9 3665 5636  | Peter & Rabit English Tea Time’s Facebook | Google Maps

9. Little Zoo Cafe — a zoolike cafe with various animals

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Situated in People Park Community Mall in On Nut, Little Zoo Cafe is definitely the paradise for animal lovers. You will never get enough of playing with a pack of dogs in this lovely cafe.

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The standout feature of this house is the diverse range of animals, creating a mini zoo-like experience for visitors. Besides the usual dogs, a visit here may also bring you face-to-face with a fox.

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Moreover, prepare to fall in love with a raccoon here, as it will undoubtedly capture your heart with its cuteness. We heard it loves when people pat on its belly.

If you come here, make sure you read the guidelines provided in the cafe.

To enjoy your day with these animals, you can pay for its package for ฿390 (~USD10.96). With this fee, you can choose one drink and one snack to eat inside.

Lastly, reaching here is a breeze; just hop on the BTS train to On Nut Station and then catch a taxi to the People Park Community Mall.

Address: 486 On Nut Rd, Khwaeng Suan Luang, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250
Opening hours:
11am-7pm, Daily
Entrance fee:
฿390, ~USD10.96
Contact: +66 9 2448 1116  | Little Zoo Cafe’s Facebook | Google Maps

10. BlueGold Coffee — explore various animals 

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BlueGold Coffee may look like a regular cafe from the outside but after you get inside, you’ll find yourself in what can only be described as an animal enthusiast’s haven.

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From goats and horses to camels, you will have the opportunity to interact with a wide range of animals in their mini zoo. Surrounding yourself with pets and animals can apparently boost your mood.

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Don’t forget to grab a drink before you start your zoo adventure! The cafe has a tempting selection of coffee options. One highly recommended choice on the menu is the Civet Coffee de Coco priced at ฿235 (~USD10.96).

Address: 518 Pradit Manutham Rd, Nawamin, Bueng Kum, Bangkok 10240
Opening hours:
8am-6pm, Daily

Contact: +66 2 077 8689  | BlueGold Cafe’s Facebook | Google Maps

11. G&G Cafe — a pet cafe with a vintage country-style ambience

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We’re not surprised if G&G Cafe reminds you of a house in the US countryside as it bears the resemblance to an American colonial-style house. Enhanced with a garden around the house, you might feel inspired to grab a seat and unwind.

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Adjacent to the house, you’ll notice another white glass house where its white exterior blends seamlessly with the lush plantings, fostering a warm and welcoming ambience.

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After you’ve enjoyed a relaxing time in the dining room, don’t miss the opportunity to interact with the cafe’s resident animals. The cafe boasts a small farm where you can feed goats, hogs, and other animals. You can purchase a feeder conveniently available on-site.

Make sure to bring your appetite when you visit because this cafe offers a wide selection of food items such as Chocolate Banana Pancake at ฿115 (~USD3.22), Waffle Ice Cream at ฿89 (~USD2.50), Shaved Ice and Bread added with Thai Tea at ฿85 (~USD2.38).

It’s a nice cosy place that you can take a family trip to on the weekend.

Address: Bang Waek Rd, Khlong Khwang, Phasi Charoen, Bangkok 10160
Opening hours:
8.30am-6pm, Daily

Contact: +66 9 0914 7366  | G&G Cafe’s Facebook | Google Maps

12. TrueLove at Neverland — a cafe full of cheerful Siberian huskies

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TrueLove at Neverland is a perfect cafe for those who have a soft spot for Siberian huskies. It’s a small community for Siberian husky lovers as they offer a space where you can enjoy playing with a pack of Siberian huskies. They graciously allow the dogs to interact with you twice daily: from 12:30pm to 2:3pm and from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. Additionally, an extra session is available on weekends, running from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Note that you can bring your dog here to play with them.

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What not to forget to do here is to have yourself taken pics with these cute doggos.

To enter the cafe, you need to register for a ticket which costs ฿350 (~USD9.77) per pax. You can use the ticket to redeem a drink and a snack in the cafe.

Address: 153 Soi Ariyasamphan 2, Phaya Thai Sub-District, Phaya Thai District, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours:
11.30am-6pm, Daily
Nearest train station: BTS Ari
Contact: +66 9 0101 9669  | TrueLove @ Neverland’s Facebook | Google Maps

13. Catuerday Cat Cafe — come meet and play with cats

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Calling cat lovers! Here’s another cat cafe that will make you fall in love with it. Caturday Cat Cafe offers many species of cute cats to spend your whole day with. The table comes in both floor-seating and chair-seating styles. There are also cat trees where you’ll spot cats hanging around.

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For something to munch on, check out its Shibuya Honest Toast at ฿178 (~USD4.97), a honey toast served with ice cream and topped with strawberry and blueberry pieces.

Getting here is so easy because the cafe is located next to the BTS Ratchathewi Station.

Address: 89/70 Phaya Thai Road, Phetchaburi Sub-District, Ratchathewi District, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 12pm-8pm | Sat-Sun 11am-8pm
Nearest train station: BTS Ratchathewi
Contact: Caturday Cafe’s Facebook | Google Maps

14. Bunny Sweet Home — let rabbit cuteness make your day

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Bunny Sweet Home is like this adorable cafe crammed into a cute little white house. You can’t miss it with that big sign saying ‘BUNNY SWEET HOME.’ And get this—it’s not just a café; it’s also a hotel for rabbits.

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Getting inside, you’ll see that the cafe is simply laid out with wooden panels and small tables to sit and relax. For those who want to see the rabbits right away, they are kept in the room on the left. When you step into the rabbit zone, you’ll find all sorts of goodies like rabbit food, cute outfits, toys, and even gear for taking care of these fluffy creatures. And of course, the highlight— a bunch of adorable rabbits hopping around.

Here, they also offer advice for people who want to have a rabbit but aren’t sure how to care for them. As you know, having a rabbit can be tricky if you don’t know their traits. So, feel free to contact them and shoot your questions.

To enter the rabbit zone, a fee is ฿70 (~USD1.95). This fee includes the food you can feed the rabbits.

Address: 250/36 Ramkhamhaeng 112 (Sammakorn Village, Soi 42, Project 2), Saphan Sung, Bangkok 10240, Thailand
Opening hours:
Sat-Sun 11am-6pm
Contact: +66 8 5164 4593 | Google Maps

Pet cafes in Bangkok for animal lovers

Don’t forget to drop by one of these pet cafes next weekend if you wish to spend some time with these cute lil friends and forget about all your worries. Just remember to follow the house rules of these pet cafes for your own safety and that of the animals!

Also, for more articles to explore, you can check out FUN Cafe in Bangkok where you can paint your own cake, 15 themed Bangkok cafes to visit, and 12 locations featured in King The Land.

Featured images adapted from:@lukmaiichattawee, @the_animal_cafe via Instagram, @littlezoocafe via Instagram and @ployntmn via Instagram

Article originally published by Eddie Jirayu on December 2020, last updated by Bank Fasaisirinan on March 2024.