Kawaii Places To Visit In Bangkok, Thailand: Unicorn Cafe + Mermaid Castle + Daddy & The Muscle Academy + LINE Village Store! 🇹🇭

Hi everybody!

If you love kawaii, unicorns, all things mermaid, stickers, and cute cafes like I do, this post might make you want to book a ticket to Bangkok impulsively. Please scroll down with extreme caution and remember to try your best to take it all easy, lolol.

First of all, many thanks to pinku.tai account on twitter for all the cute place suggestions! I was only looking forward to visit the famous Unicorn Cafe but because I was stalking this account especially during my vacation / work in Thailand, I got to discover a super cute store with the most unique name + got convinced to visit the Mermaid Castle I’ve seen from facebook posts. ^^

And oh btw, if you’d like to backtrack and read my previous Thailand posts, just click this tag)

🎀 Daddy & The Muscle Academy 💪

If you’d like to shop for clothes, accessories, stickers, and the like.. then Daddy & The Muscle Academy is a must-visit when you’re in BKK.

Location: Siam Square Soi 11 | Hours: 12am – 9PM everyday

[Click here for the Google Maps]

IG: Daddy_and_themuscleacademy | Facebook Page

stickwithme4ev stickers = 💗

  

Every corner = instagrammable! Haha

Thanks to the super sweet shop staff for giving me free tattoo sheets yay ~

5 Days in Thailand | Hobonichi With Me (ほぼ日手帳) 🇹🇭

✨ Mermaid Castle Siam 🐚

Before we flew back to Tokyo, we visited the Mermaid Castle. If my memory is correct, Mermaid Castle is like 3 floors of pure kawaii tropical fashion merch. The top floor is the mini mermaid cafe where you can pretend you’re a mermaid haha ~

Location: Siam Square Soi 2 | Hours: 11:30am – 9PM everyday

[Click here for the Google Maps]

IG: mermaidcastle.siam | Facebook Page

My past 20 yr. old self would FREAK OUT

Mermaid tail brushes y’all..

Stationery corner..

Just had to buy a cupcake!

Watch the Thailand Vlog here for the quick mermaid castle tour ^^

Oh no he didn’t?! LOLOLOL

Funny face lolol he realized that he was the only guy customer lol

Bangkok, be ready to steal all my money when I go back! I WILL BE BACK!!!!

You can definitely spend the entire day at SIAM area. You won’t get bored! So many themed cafes / boutiques to visit!

🌈 Unicorn Cafe Bangkok 🦄

Location: Sathorn Road of Bangkok, Thailand via BTS (Bangkok Sky Train)

1. Go to BTS Chong-Non –Si Station , Exit 2.

2. Walk towards Sathon Road then turn left for Sathorn Soi 8. (There is a 7/11 shop in front of Sathorn Soi 8.)

3. Enter Sahorn Soi 8 for 50 meters.

4. Unicorn cafe will be at the first corner.

Hours: 12:00 – 8PM Tues – Sun

[Click here for the Google Maps]

IG: unicornbrand | Facebook Page

Watch the Unicorn Cafe video tour on my fb page ~

Rainbow explosion

There are actually two Unicorn cafes and we somehow discovered this first. When we got out, we saw that the other cafe was so full! We were so lucky that day ~

You can rent unicorn onesies!

Thanks Aki for being so game when it comes to my love for kawaii, haha!

🐰 LINE Village Bangkok 🐻

I love LINE characters so discovering this shop while wandering around SIAM was such a delight!

LocationSiam Square One Building | Hours: 10am – 10PM everyday

[Click here for the Google Maps]

IG: linevillagebangkok | Facebook Page

LINE friends stamps.. my heart huhu

So hard to let go.. lol

☁️ Other Kawaii Recommendations 🌈

BEING boutique at SIAM Square One (near the LINE Village) ~

Hello Kitty House Bangkok

Location: Siam Square One Building | Hours: 10am – 9PM everyday

[Click here for the Google Maps]

IG: sanriohellokittyhousebangkok | Facebook Page

As I have mentioned, just roam around SIAM and you won’t be bored ~

Oh my, that pancake looks so fluffy indeed, haha!

Hope you guys enjoyed this kawaii travel guide blog entry!

What’s your favorite among all the suggestions? 😉

<3, カイラ

2 thoughts on “Kawaii Places To Visit In Bangkok, Thailand: Unicorn Cafe + Mermaid Castle + Daddy & The Muscle Academy + LINE Village Store! 🇹🇭

  1. Ahhh..soo much love for this post! As usual, thank you for the hardwork Kaila-san! Much appreciated! Love your work lots!

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