Bark With Joy at These Dog Cafés in Bangkok

Dine and Play at These Lovely Dog Cafés in Bangkok

“A dog is a man’s best friend,” as the common saying goes. We love these furry friends so much that we treat them like family. They get their own bed, clothes, toys, and even a cake on their birthday. Some are even living the luxurious life, as pet spas and hotels are now a booming business.

Unfortunately, not everyone is lucky enough to have a dog in their lives. Whether it’s due to a family member with health issues or rules set by landlords, these didn’t stop many of us to find ways to bond with adorable canines. They’re one big stress reliever after all.

Kick that stress away and get your daily dose of cuteness at these lovely dog cafés in Bangkok.

Dog In Town - Dog Cafe

Dog In Town - Dog Café is home to different kinds of dog breeds. Customers can play with their cute canines inside the restaurant or in the spacious lawn outside. The dogs are named after Bangkok BTS Stations, which is kind of interesting because any local would find it easy to remember their names.

The café is open daily from 11 AM to 8 PM. The fee is THB350 per head, which comes with a free drink like coffee or mango smoothie. Entrance is free for children below two years old.

Location: 16/1 Ekkamai 6, Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Tan Nuea, Wattana

Photo by Facebook/Dog In Town - Dog Cafe คาเฟ่หมาเอกมัย

TrueLove at Neverland

TrueLove at Neverland is the world’s first Siberian husky café. Also known as True Love Café, customers can enjoy playing with more than 15 huskies of different colors and sizes. For THB350, you get one drink from the menu, a cute bottle of water, and of course, a chance to play with their energetic huskies.

Find your TrueLove and visit the café from Mondays to Sundays. No reservation is needed, but it’s best to arrive by 12 NN for the first session (1 PM to 2 PM) or by 3 PM for the second session (4 PM to 5 PM).

Location: 153 Soi Ari Samphan 2, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai

Photo by Facebook/TrueLove at Neverland

Corgi in the Garden

Corgi in the Garden is a corgi paradise for those who can’t resist this dog breed’s bread-like bums. Their corgis look almost the same, but don’t worry about not being able to identify them. All their furry babies wear pet bandanas with names on them so you can call their attention any time during your stay.

Go give their lovely corgis a visit from Tuesdays to Sundays at 11 AM to 6 PM. The fee is at THB250, which comes with a free drink from their menu like tea or iced coffee.

Location: 338/1 Kallapaphruek Road Bang Wa, Phasicharoen

Photo by Facebook/Corgi in the Garden คาเฟ่หมาคอร์กี้

Little Zoo Café

Little Zoo Café is the first exotic pet café in Bangkok. They don’t only have resident dalmatians and corgis, but other animal breeds — an arctic fox, guinea pigs, parakeets, meerkats, and raccoons — as well. True to its name, visiting the café feels like you entered a zoo.

This little Bangkok zoo is open daily from 11 AM to 8 PM. Unlike other pet cafés that provide shoe covers, customers must purchase a pair of socks before entering the café to ensure cleanliness.

Location: 424/7 Siam Square, Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan District

Photo by Facebook/Little Zoo Café

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