Top 10 Pet Cafes in Bangkok All Pet Lovers Must Visit 2020

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One thing we all can agree on – Bangkok is well known for their shopping paradise and mouth-watering street food. Truth is, Bangkok has so much more to do! If you’re looking for something new and interesting to do, visiting a few pet cafes should be on your travel itinerary. Besides, this list does not only contain normal dog / cat cafes but some cafes offer exotic pets like meerkat, owl, fennec and so on.

Here’s the top 10 list of Bangkok’s pet cafes you definitely do not want to miss in 2020, just for you.

1. Little ZOO Café – literally a zoo

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As we all know, zoo is a place where we mostly stroll and look at exotic animals we don’t usually see on streets. BUT this cafe had brought it to the next level by gathering different exotic animals that we can actually play with!

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They now have two outlets, one located in Siam, Bangkok and the other in On Nut, Bangkok. You can choose to go whichever outlet is closest to you because both provide great services!

Besides, Little ZOO Cafe is actually the first exotic pet cafe in Bangkok. The place is said to be clean, animals are well cared for and even the staffs are super nice and friendly. So, what are you waiting for?

Entrance: 390 Baht per person (Drink + Dessert + Socks included)

Little ZOO Café Siam Bangkok Address: 424/7 Siam square, Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Little ZOO Café On Nut Address: 486 On Nut Rd, Khwaeng Suan Luang, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250, Thailand

Opening Hours: 11.00 – 20.00, daily.

Contact: 092-448-1116

Getting there: From Siam BTS, take a 6mins walk to the cafe

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook

2. Big Dog Café – attention dog lovers

Just take a look at how adorable they are! Even if you’re not a big fan of large dogs breed, the photo definitely melt you heart right? This dog cafe is probably the largest dog cafe that you’ve ever been as there is a variety of 50 kinds of dog breed. Definitely a heaven for dog lovers!

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Note that, there is a need for reservation as they have specific times for you to play with the dogs as they need to sterilise the cafe. You can make reservation through Line if you are a Line user.

Reservation Time:
Round 1: 9.30am to 11.30am
Round 2: 12pm to 2pm
Round 3: 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Round 4: 5pm to 7pm
Round 5: 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Address: 82 Soi Ratchadaphisek 10, Lane 7, Khwaeng Huai Khwang, 10310, Thailand

Opening Hours: 0900 – 2200, daily.

Contact: 095-259-2392 | 083-898-2350

Getting there: Take MRT to Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Station, the café is 1min away

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook

3. The Animal Café

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Just take a look at the design of The Animal Cafe, it gives out a rustic and cosy feel to it. This cafe also provides you an experience with different kinds of animals, you can take photos and pet them – with great care. They too, offer food and drinks at an affordable price which tastes good based on the reviews of many customers.

Photo via: The Animal Cafe Facebook

If you scroll through their Instagram feed, you can see the cafe is an instagram-able place and you’ll definitely end up with great photos.

Entrance: Buy one meal + drink

Address: 311/2 Sathu Pradit 19 Alley, Chong Nonsi, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

Opening Hours: 1100 – 2100, daily.

Contact: 662-674-0277

Getting there: From BRT Wat Dorkmai Station, take 8min ride by Tuk Tuk or Grab to the cafe

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook

4. Rabbito Cafe – it’s so fluffy!

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The entrance fee is 100 Baht, you can choose to opt for food or drink with the fees or you could just spend time with the bunnies. You will be given one small bowl of rabbit food and for each additional bowl is 50 Baht. The staffs are very attentive, they will take care of you, the bunnies, and even bring out the bunnies to sit on your lap. They will switch out the bunnies from time to time in order for the bunnies to rest, how thoughtful! Besides, hygiene are taken care very well to ensure the rabbits are safe and healthy.

Furthermore, the price for this bunny pet cafe is definitely the cheapest you can find in Bangkok.

Entrance: 100 Baht per person – for a drink OR food

Address: Soi Sukhumvit 101/1, Sukhumvit Rd, Bangkok 10260, Thailand

Getting there: From Punniwathi BTS station, take about 8mins to 10mins walk.

Contact: +66 61 632 2365

Opening Hours: 1200 – 1900, daily.

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook

5. HoPs Dog Café: The House of Paws Dog Café

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They say dogs are never enough and I definitely agree with that. So, here comes another dog cafe! There is Husky, Beagle, Samoyed, French Bulldog, Schnauzer and many more in this cafe! They’re very cuddly and adorable. It’s only fair if you go see it for yourself.

This cafe is also conveniently located in the heart of Siam, Bangkok town. The location and the friendly services must be the reasons that had contributed to its popularity. Tips – they provide grooming services for your dogs as well!

Entrance: Minimum 330 Baht per person – a drink and dessert of your choice

Address: Siam Square Soi 8, Bangkok Thailand

Getting there: From Siam BTS station, walk 6 mins to the cafe

Contact: +66 89 896 8690

Opening Hours: 1100 – 2100 (Tues to Fri) | 1000 – 2100 (Sat to Sun, Holidays) | Closed on Mondays.

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook

6. Caturday Cat Cafe

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This cafe is dedicated to all cat lovers! You get to enjoy your meal or drinks while surrounded by a lot of cats. This is a dream come true for many. All the cats are tamed and friendly, therefore, you don’t have to worry about getting scratches.

Entrance: From 150 Baht ~ approximately

Address: 89/70 Phayathai Rd, Thanon Phetchaburi, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand.

Getting there: Take exit 2 at Rachathewi BTS Station and walk for 4 mins

Contact: +66 2 656 5247

Opening Hours: 1200 – 2100 (Tues to Thurs) | 1100 – 2100 (Sat to Sun) | Closed on Mondays.

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook

7. TrueLove at Neverland – your search for true love is here!

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Going to this Neverland requires quite a bit of process. The ticket counter opens at 10.30am but the first session only starts at 11.30am. This café do not allow children under 15 years old (do bring your passport to verify your child(ren) age as for safety reason). Besides, children under 18 year old will have to be under the supervision of their parents (again, remember to bring your passport!). There are only 2 playtime which is first come, first serve basis, strictly no reservation. There is no food served and you cannot bring your own food too. No one is allowed to feed the dogs due to their standard of hygiene and to prevent the doggos from over-eating.

They definitely care a lot about their dogs and I recommend to abide the rules! It is also recommended to not bring your car due to lack of parking spaces, taking BTS will be your best choice. In the end, all these will be worth it when you get to see the cuddly animals.

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Entrance: 500 Baht per person

Address: 153 Soi Ari Samphan 2, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai Bangkok, Thailand

Getting there: Take exit 1 or 3, walk along the traffic flow up to Soi Paholyotin 7, turn left to Soi, go to the Tuk Tuk Station to get a Tuk Tuk for 50 Baht per trip.

Contact: +66 90 101 9669

Opening Hours: 12pm to 5pm daily | 2 sessions per day 1-2 pm and 4-5 pm

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook

8. Dog in Town

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This cafe had become so popular that they expanded their business in opening another branch! Customers just couldn’t stop praising their great service and food. The main reason though, are the dogs, they are obedient, clean and CUTEEE! No one can resist them, that’s for sure.

Just like any other cafes, outside food and drink are not allowed. Don’t worry, you can order your meal in the cafe – refer to their website for the full list of menu they offer.

Entrance: 350 Baht per person inclusive of a drink. Free of charge for children under 2 years old.

Dog in Town Ekkamai’s Address: 16/1 Ekkamai 6 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110

Dog in Town Ari’s Adress: 11/4 Phahonyothin 7 Rd, Ari 3 Alley, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400

Getting to Ari: From Aree BTS Skytrain to Soi Phayothin 7. Go straight into Soi Aree 3 on the right hand side. Continue straight for about 100 meters, Dog in Town – Ari is on the left hand side.

Getting to Ekkamai: From Ekkamai BTS station to Sukhumvit 63 road. Go straight to Soi Ekkamai 6, go into the alley about 200 meters, turn right at the first corner. The shop is on the left hand side.

Contact: 088-942-4964 (Ekkamai) / 088-9464942 (Ari)

Opening Hours: 1100 – 2000 (Mon to Thurs)|1100 – 2100 (Fri to Sun)|Closed on 3rd Tuesday of every month. (Do check their FB page for updates)

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook Ekkamai | Facebook Ari | Website

9. Pet Public Cafe

Pssssst, a hidden gem! This cafe was recently renovated and it is finally open, they have added even more animals to their cafe. The Pet Public Cafe is located in The Paseo Mall, Bangkok and is popular among the locals. One of the reasons this might be popular among the locals is because of the cheap price.

I suggest you to make your move now before it becomes too popular or too crowded!

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Address: 7 2-7 Ramkhamhaeng Road, Saphan Sung, Bangkok 10240, Thailand (The Paseo Town)

Opening Hours: 1200 – 1800. Closed on Wednesdays.

Entrance: 150 Baht for three hours, excluding food and drinks.

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook

10. Crystal’s Cat Cafe

This cafe is for those who are looking for a peaceful and quiet cafe, where only most locals know. This is the place for you, pay an affordable price to play with the owner’s cats! There is no need to line up for photos which could be exhausting for some. Shockingly, this café were even featured in Bangkok’s local TV station back in 2014!

Address: 3/358 Nan Chao 2, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210, Thailand

Contact: +66 93 592 3599

Opening Hours: 1100 – 2200 (Thurs to Tues). Closed on Wednesdays.

Social Media(s): Instagram | Facebook | Website

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