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Written by Beverley Lennon

Whether you’re devouring fried rice out of a pineapple or slurping on some flavourful Pad Thai, the first question to arise after your epic savory feast in Bangkok must always be…

“What’s for dessert?”

Sweet creations are 100% our thing, we always save room for dessert and you should too, especially when they are served beautifully!

You’ve probably seen these #thaidesserts countless times on your Instagram feed, but always wondered where to find them while visiting Bangkok. So here’s where you can finally satisfy your cravings, and join in the Instagram buzz with too-pretty-to-be-eaten desserts!

You know that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach… but we strongly think that it’s all about desserts!

Save these for after shopping; you’ll fall in love at first chew as each 16 of them is bound to please your palate and sweet tooth!

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1. For little boxes of treats by the lovely pond – Baan Dok Pud

We know you fancy aircon seating spaces, especially while in Bangkok but the outdoor area of Baan Dok Pud is a little too charming to ignore!

The cafe is set surrounded by a pond filled with hungry Koi fish, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Photo by marveloussushar, valoispavo, asimo108

With settings that go beyond the standard Bangkok cafe scene, you can also expect big menu wise. Baan Dok Pud offers colourful sets of tasty traditional thai desserts displayed in royal-like pots!

Photo by by copy_pat, baandokpud, icedessertdiary, namfonckw

Now you can enjoy your chewy desserts in a covered patio area and in style; fit for ultimate #Instapics! Remember to order their Bua Loy – these are glutinous rice balls on a stick and filled with mung bean paste while topped with thick coconut milk…

Photo by asimo108

What’s chewy on the outside and also on the inside? Probably all of the best desserts at Baan Dok Pud! Come in at any time of the day, no one here is going to judge you for having thai dessert for breakfast,lunch,dinner!

Photo by asimo108

PS: They also have an indoor seating space!

Baan Dok Pud

Address: Ladprao 48 Yak 28-16 Samson-Nork, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 85 441 7549
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm (Closed Mondays)
Price: From 55-350 Baht / approx. SGD $2.43-15.48


2. Thai desserts from a grandma’s old time secret recipe – Cher Cheeva

If you are yet to be convinced that “stressed is dessert spelt backwards”, head here for a delectable time! At this cafe, eating dessert before dinner makes total sense!

At Cher Cheeva, your meal is entirely dedicated to sugar – it is a cute and unique cafe that sells traditional Thai desserts at any time of the day.

Photo by fahhwii, rookiesai

Yes, you’ve read right; it’s a kitchen dedicated solely to local desserts. We personally think that this might be slightly better than a room filled with doggies and other animals licking our face.

Photo by cher_cheeva, hippocampus_chiangdao

The cafe is the genius invention of two best friends who happen to share a sweet tooth, and it offers too-pretty-to-be-eaten treats – that are perfect rewards for your post-shopping sessions around the city.

Basic ingredients include the Thai star of coconut milk, candy paste, flour and jasmine, while you can expect colouring that are certainly not artificial – they are derived from pandan and butterfly pea juice!

Photo by duan_peerapornlerd

These yummy treats are beautifully shaped, and laid out in the most photogenic presentation so your dessert looks a tad bit extra at Cher Cheeva! Their most sought-after treats are all included in the Cher Set, offered at only 250 Baht for an array of cute chewy treats!

Photo by cher_cheeva

PS: We were in the area 3 times in 2 days and saw queues at all times! It’s quite the testament to how good the desserts are.

Cher Cheeva

Address: 342/1 Phayathai Rd, Khwaeng Thanon Phetchaburi, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 92 774 5955
Opening hours: Friday to Wednesday from 10am to 9pm, Thursdays from 12pm to 9pm
Price: From 15-250 Baht / approx. SGD $0.60-11


3. A dessert high tea in an indoor garden – Thongyoy Cafe

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Who would have thought that colourful traditional Thai desserts and Palm Springs-like interiors would form such a happy marriage?

If your appreciation for beautiful sweet creations holds as much significance as your love of plush pastel interiors, adorned with a flamboyant arch of flowers… This is the place to consider for a dessert bonding affair with the girls!

Photo by neww_pt, m_a_i_i_a_m

At Thong Yoy Cafe, traditional Thai desserts and drinks are served on beautiful golden/copper plates, or rose-gold tiers while you sit with a side of blooms. The interiors are filled with overflowing flowers, marble bar counters and rattan chairs, and the result is delightfully instagrammable.

Photo by cherpinkz, ktnatacha, praew_prem, swrose.m

Grab their Tea Set priced at 150 Baht and enjoy a variety of sweet delicacies and local drinks. You might want to opt for their colourful pastel soda drinks to level up your Insta game!

Photo by abboooko

Thongyoy Cafe

Address: 88/2 Arisamphan Soi7 Rama6 Samsennai Phayathai Bangkok, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 83 298 7288
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 7am to 9pm; Saturday & Sundays from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 150-250 Baht / approx. SGD $6.60-11


4. Your royal porcelain three-tier dreams come true – V’lacha Siam Dessert & Tearoom

Recommended in the Thanks A Million e-book by Tourism Authority of Thailand

In here, it’s your everyday tea time gone on a traditional Thai twist! V’lacha believes that making time for tea is as crucial as making time for dessert.

So when the clock ticks and calls you for a warm cup of comfort (which could be at any time of the day) – head to V’lacha and have tea and dessert at the same time!

Photo by valoispavo, joy_lattee

Your fairytale begins with a teapot filled with blooming flowers, while treats shaped in flowers and fruits are brought to your table – delicately displayed on a Chinese porcelain three-tier stand.

High-tea does not have to always look oh-so British; gone are the days of scones and mini sandwiches; time for sweet Thai delicacies!

Photo by alactarrr, koong_irin, melanie, nana_nadiaz

The cafe represents the perfect mix of traditional and contemporary with its interiors – set in an old wooden Thai house, while the decor is modern and artsy!

If you need an escape from Bangkok’s heat, give their special Tub Tim Krob a go – a traditional dessert served with rubies in icy coconut milk!

V’lacha Siam Dessert & Tearoom

Address: Soi Ari 1, Khwaeng Samsen Nai, Khet Phaya Thai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10.30am to 9pm (Closed Mondays)
Price: From 89-290 Baht / approx. SGD $3.91-12.75


5. You NEED a video of their jello flower puffing nitrogen fumes! – Divana Signature Cafe

No words needed, the photos do enough justice… Divana Signature Cafe will try anything and everything when it comes to making your dessert look pretty and delicious!

This cafe got us thanking the dessert gods for such visual perfection – you’ll have to trust us on this one and try it for yourself!

Photo by aofkunn, vandaful

Who knew jello treats could look so delicate and charming, when filled with flowery designs – you would almost think its not edible!

This signature tea set if offered at 1200 Baht and is good to fill two stomachs! Amongst other Thai treats, you will also find a few western items like scones and chocolate lava cakes.

Photo via birdobird

If you’re here on your own, yet willing to try out some Thai-infused dessert, you should then consider their coconut butterfly pea cake priced at 180 Baht!

Photo via missearnn

PS: Yes it’s the same Divana as the famous spa!

Divana Signature Cafe

Address: 2nd Fl., Atrium Zone, 4/4 Ratchadamri,Pathumwan Bangkok, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 252 2614
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 180 Baht / approx. SGD $7.90


6. Sit in a vintage Thai ambiance overlooking stunning views of Erawan Shrine – Erawan Tea Room*

Recommended in the Thanks A Million e-book by Tourism Authority of Thailand

What’s synonymous with dessert? Well, how about gorgeous afternoon tea platters filled with beautiful traditional Thai desserts and light bites?

Photo by missvpuaypuay

With stunning views overlooking the Erawan Shrine and the city, Erawan Tea Room is located within the Bangkok Grand Hyatt, is a fantastic location for a swanky afternoon tea.

Photo by sonopiccolina

A vintage Thai ambience has been created through classic teak wood furnishings and Asian ceramics, blended with a luxurious Western comfort.

It has a wide selection of teas on offer. There are also Thai favourites, including SomTam spicy papaya salad and chicken satay, as well as traditional Western style titbits.

Photo by iamnotrachel
Photo by babeewen

Erawan Tea Room

Address: 494 Rajdamri Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: 66 2 254 1234
Opening hours: Daily from 2.30pm to 6pm
Price: From 650 Baht / SGD $28.74 (per person)


7. Learn how to make your own thai dessert – Sane Cafe & Workshop

Be careful with this one, once you’ve given a go to making Thai desserts, you’ll never want to go back to baking typical cakes again. Because after all, you did not really make it if you didn’t Instagram it, right?

Of course making your own won’t be as beautiful as the real deal (sad, painful truth). But the team at Sane Cafe & Workshop will surely do their best to ensure that your treats at least taste good and look edible (evil laugh)…

Photo by mill_anupong, donny_eating

After making a few of these, you’ll live up to the quote of “practice makes perfect”, as your little treats will be good enough to be displayed in the cafe – or simply bring them (and your new skills) back home with pride!

Photo by foodbymay, torcnn, oil.pana, pangzdisaya
Photo by sane.workshop

Traditional desserts at Sane Cafe come in all sizes, shapes, tastes and textures, and can potentially play with your senses – is it candy, or sushi? A sweet egg, bacon and sausage? Welcome to the whole new world of crazy possibilities!

Photo by dekwattdrama, sane.workshop

Sane Cafe & Workshop

Address: 99 Tanao Road, khwaeng Wat Bowon Niwet, Khet Phra nakhon Bangkok, Thailand 10200 (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 63 541 4964
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm (Closed Mondays)
Price: From 70-300 Baht / approx. SGD $2.95-13.19


8. It’s a traditional Thai dessert hot pot – Yummy Party (Permanently Closed)

It’s probably safe to say that the Thais enjoy unusual sweet treats – not only icy cold desserts – but traditional thai desserts also happen to be served warm, soaked in a hot pot of syrup!

Now, go forth and bring all your friends on a dessert adventure, because this one is meant to be shared! Just when you thought the hot pot buzz was only about gigantic seafood, the dessert gods prove you wrong – and BAM look at that colourful beauty bubbling up!

Photo by yummypartyofficial

This traditional dessert consists of tiny balls of glutinous rice, and several other condiments including unusual ones like eggs and corn; and EGGS! We’re as shocked as you are…

Photo by yummypartyofficial 

This interesting combination of ingredients creates quite a vibrant looking bowl of sweet pleasure – that‘s bound to intrigue your friends on social media!

Yummy Party

Address: โครงการแกรนด์ รามอินทรา 5 Anusawari, Bang Khen, Bangkok 10220, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 88 628 8565
Opening hours: Daily from 5pm to 12am
Price: From 50-180 Baht / approx. SGD $2.10-7.60

9. All the way from Chiang Mai to Bangkok – Cheevit Cheeva

Half Thai, half Korean but full-on Insta-worthy looking! At Cheevit Cheeva, your traditional glutinous rice balls are topped on their magnificent bingsu; but that’s not about it!

If you like your eggs drizzled on top of a dessert, you should head to Cheevit Cheeva. Their Bua Loi Bingsu (245 Baht) is also topped with rich salted egg yolk sauce (you’ll get plenty of Insta likes for a slow-motion video of that!).

Photo by kookaikiki, kikxie

This little cafe which grew in popularity from Chiang Mai has finally made it to the big city of Bangkok, and they are packed to the brim on the daily – with long queues of dessert-goers at any time of the day!

Expect minimalist interiors and perfect white-washed walls and calligraphy writings for the most good looking picturesque backdrops!

We know it’s mostly about the bingsu and the salted egg yolk sauce, but the glutinous rice balls do bring a twist to it. And after all, isn’t it a fancy way of saying that you have at least tried a thai dessert?!

Photo by amongood, bbearty, fiatfiest, zoillgm

Cheevit Cheeva

Address: Siam Square Soi 5, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 85 362 9461, +66 95 674 4632
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 11pm
Price: From 90-245 Baht / approx. SGD $3.80-10.30


10. They have over 30 toppings for your shaved ice! – Cheng Sim Ei

If you are a true foodie, then you’ll understand the importance of heading to roadside stalls to truly take in the whole local experience. Cheng Sim Ei does not fail on this, as it brings you a sweet Thai-Chinese concoction (very similar to Cendol)!

Bangkok is known for its shopping, rooftop bars and cheap… beer? But we believe their local thai desserts deserves more attention; especially when you get to choose from over 30 toppings to beautify your bowl of shaved ice!

Photo by jum_rajit, plapool

Get the most colourful toppings for the guaranteed 100+ likes! You’ll also get to choose from 4-5 different syrups. Just watching the dessert being made is a local experience in itself, and you can imagine how magical the taste is!

Photo by timeoutbangkok, beerwa

Have no shame in holding up your bowl for the ultimate Insta! Get ready for that surprise explosion of flavours under your scoop of shaved ice! Do it like real food bloggers, don’t miss out on topping it with some Lod Chong (worm-liked green rice flour jelly).

Cheng Sim Ei

Address: 10330 สวนหลวงสแควร์ ซอย จุฬา 5 Khwaeng Wang Mai, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 214 0612
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 12am
Price: From 30-50 Baht / approx. SGD $1.25-2.10


11. Ice cream infused with special Thai elements – Onedee Cafe

Like typical ice-cream but better because of its flavours – your ice-cream in Bangkok does not always have to be coconut flavoured. Time to slurp in a traditional Thai tea frozen scoop, topped with Taiwanese tapioca pearls!

Photo by p.o.ok, pomelo_svet 

Make sure that your waitress sits you in a spot with good lighting… So you can snap these perfect Insta-worthy pictures, while you pour the coconut milk sauce dripping down your ice-cream scoop…

Photo by arieryu.bangkok, bankchayungkor, kittisak_ko

Besides ice-cream, you’ll also get your coffee fix at Onedee Cafe with decadent options like their palm sugar macchiato coffee – you can’t go more Thai than this!

Onedee Cafe

Address: Phahon yothin 7, Soi Ari 1, 29 Bangkok, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 163 4357
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 10am to 10pm; Friday to Sunday from 10am to 10.30pm
Price: From 85-150 Baht / approx. SGD $3.60-6.30


12. Gulp down this rare dessert from eastern Thailand! – Sri Trat

From East Thailand, all the way to Bangkok; Sri Trat offers delicacies that are unknown to many. Dishes here are anything but boring, shining in flamboyant colours – and hiding the most explosive Thai flavours you can ever imagine.

Photo by kinnaipaigun, ple_theerada

According to foodies, you should certainly settle for the restaurant’s speciality – chamuang leaf curry and creamy lon chili dip, while dessert is served on a cute little balancing stand. Their Bua Loi Haeng is to die for!

Photo by ikbenbow, pplaboratory, rkeng, benoit_chan

If you are one who prefers to stay on the safe side, Sri Trat also does a ridiculously good mango sticky rice.

Photo by healthydarinny

The restaurant’s interior is also surprisingly pleasant and perfect for your foodie shots!

Photo by lilmunchyyy

Sri Trat

Address: 90 Sukhumvit 33 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 088 0968
Opening hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sundays from 12pm to 11pm, Fridays & Saturdays from 12pm to 1am (Closed Tuesdays)
Price: From 100-350 Baht / approx. SGD $4.40-15.14


13. A sweet rainbow-coloured delicacy – AKART Bistro & Bar

Tip: Save room for an indulgent dessert at AKART Bistro & Bar. Though you could share it but if you ask me, I would keep it all to myself!

At AKART Bistro & Bar, your traditional Thai dessert is served with a touch of colourful glam – you never thought you’d see the day something so beautiful was invented.

Photo by unlimited_go

Your bowl of snow ice is dotted with rainbow-coloured rice balls, while you get to enjoy this cooling treat among hanging ferns displayed around the cafe.

This look-at-me-now dessert is perfect on a hot day in Bangkok (when isn’t it hot and humid anyway?).

If you are not keen to look like a fairy princess scooping her colourful dessert, opt for their butterfly pea flavour! It’s still refreshing and Insta-worthy… just a bit more masculine, if you get what I mean

Photo by weeatfish,, cennathasa

Don’t miss out on tracking down their cotton candy drinks too; +100 new followers for that shot!

AKART Bistro & Bar

Address: 30 Yen Akat Rd, Khwaeng Thung Maha Mek, Khet Sathon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10120, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 249 0182
Opening hours: Daily from 10.30am to 10.30pm
Price: From 60-300 Baht / approx. SGD $2.50-13.20


14. In a few years this Thai dessert will probably disappear – Baannai Hotel and Restaurant

Nothing fancy in the looks, but this dessert originating from south Thailand is slowly disappearing around cafes and stalls – so you might want to get a shot of it before it’s too late.

Khanom Pra Phai is traditionally served in traditional Thai weddings, but you can head over to Baannai Hotel and Restaurant to give it a try!

Photo by bkkmenu, pongtasanee

Set in a colonial building, you get to enjoy these little balls of sticky rice that are jasmine-scented and drizzled with coconut milk while chewy in texture…

However, if you’re not in the mood for a glutinous treat (what’s wrong with you!), go for their watermelon dessert – something new and exciting for you as these are topped with dried fish flakes!

Photo by arthael_w, janny2512, vanilla_sakura, emvvogue

Baannai Hotel and Restaurant

Address: 102/13 Thanon Kamphaeng Phet 5, Khwaeng Samsen Nai, Khet Phaya Thai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 619 8783
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 2.30pm (lunch), 2.30pm to 5.30pm (coffee break), 5.30pm to 10pm (dinner
Price: From 200-800 Baht / approx. SGD $8.80-35.54


15. More than just mango sticky rice – The Mango Garden

Move over Avo, Mango is still our favourite superfruit – especially when it comes in the form of… mango everything!

The Mango Garden is considered a new kid on the block of dessert cafes in Bangkok – but don’t underestimate its popularity on the coastal area of Koh Phi Phi (No 1 dessert shop on Tripadvisor!).

Photo by jjune1994, sh.jjjjjjjjo

Okay, we said it would be more than just mango sticky rice, but they happen to make your all-time favourite in a very special way, with dried fish flakes on the side. Jjust like in the old times with organic rice from local farmers of Chiang Rai; take that!

Photo by paloytida, ying_apin, nelsonyu17, themangogarden

You will also be delighted to try their Mango Glacier that features butterfly pea infused bingsu, and a bowl of colourful treats like mango (of course!), grass jelly, and blue rubies that are meant to be splashed in condensed milk…

Photo via shel.d

Of course, they have mango smoothies, don’t ask the obvious! Oh and mango & nutella toast, also checked! ✓

The Mango Garden

Address: Siam Paragon, Ground Floor (Sweet Avenue), Rama 1 Rd (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 64 928 9465
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Price: From 150-300 Baht / approx. SGD $6.60-13.20


16. A roadside stall expert in traditional Thai desserts – Sweettime

The name could not be more appropriate. We’ve been dreaming about this since we first tasted it! These little cups of milky goodness attract crowds of dessert-goers, every night in Bangkok’s chinatown!

Photo by annie_natwajee

There are plenty of options but they are basically the traditional glutinous items, soaked in coconut milk and topped with plenty of other little delicacies of your choice!

Photo by jacky_p2104, gnohmik, pongnava, janisseatsme

Rice balls, jellies, rubies and more… but all this on-the-go; how convenient when all you want to do in Bangkok is shop!


Address: 436 Yaowarat Rd, Khwaeng Samphanthawong, Khet Samphanthawong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 86 722 2458
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 6pm to 2am (Closed Mondays)
Price: From 30-60 Baht / approx. SGD $1.25-2.50


17. It’s bingsu gone on a mango sticky rice twist – After You Cafe

Let’s take a minute to thank After You Cafe for this freaking good combo! This is the kind of bingsu you need to survive the week – when all you crave is some mangolicious flavours but also something icy.

Photo by ahjjoe, ravvss

We would definitely go “After You”, Mango Sticky Rice Bingsu! Let’s start from the top, just how we like it… they’ve got the crunchy pea, followed by drizzling coconut cream and then comes the bingsu star… Take a spoonful of mango cubes and chewy sticky rice!

Photo by shamma_alsamahi, thanakritsit, mormintmint, gavinchan

Bring me some tissues please; I am drooling here!

After You Cafe

Address: G, Siam Paragon Shopping Center, 991 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2318 4488
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10.30pm
Price: From 150-300 Baht / approx. SGD $6.30-12.60


Special Mention: Not a dessert, but it sure looks like one! – Siam Spring Bistro*

Recommended in the Thanks A Million e-book by Tourism Authority of Thailand

This made it into our special mention simply because…. Who knew how Instagrammable and beautiful a chicken dumpling could be?!

Photo by pinpakaba, arierinya

It not only looks like a traditional Thai dessert, it’s just as delectable too.

Siam Spring Bistro is quite the gorgeous place to dine at – being a florist and a restaurant rolled into one.

Photo by vivitpun, quanchamai
Photo by jankrisanamis, nam_lamsam

If you’re looking for something special, the food here is quite rare to find, being made using quality recipes from the Royal Thai kitchen.

Photo by auvila, nounce, ramen.rani_

For its ambience, affordability and traditional recipes, we’d say you should definitely check it out!

Siam Spring Bistro

Address: 22 Maha Rat Rd, Khwaeng Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 87 777 3555
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 9pm
Price: 180 Baht / approx. SGD $7.90 (for the Flower Chicken Dumpling)


Never end the day without dessert! Let us know which of these will be your next sweet tooth favourites whilst in Bangkok – and tag the ones you’re bringing with to DessertLand!

This post is brought to you by Tourism Authority of Thailand

For more recommendations, check out the Thanks A Million e-book by Tourism Authority of Thailand

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