Bangkok’s Best High Tea and Afternoon Tea: Luxury Top List


A ladies trip to Bangkok wouldn’t be complete without indulging in an afternoon tea break. Thailand gives this old English tradition five-star treatment, going overboard with dollops of whipped cream, chocolate trolleys and extraordinary teas in cozy, old-world tearooms.

Story by Luxury Society Asia Team 

The famous are the Mandarin Oriental’s Authors Lounge by the Chao Phraya River.

A legendary spot for the English institution of Afternoon Tea amidst enchanting, old-world charm by the Chao Phraya River. Read more 

Lakorn European Brasserie at Rosewood Bangkok serves French Degustation, a five-course afternoon tea experience.

Serving from 14:30 Hrs – 17:00 Hrs. Price at THB 950 ++ per person including tea/coffee. Pair it with a superb Champagne Trolley for an additional THB 2490 ++

Tel: 02-080-0070 Email:

The Sukothai’s high tea buffet loaded with chocolates, cakes, sushi, sandwiches and more also make for a gluttonous albeit unforgettable experience. Adding more finest cacao beans to tempt guests at its legendary Chocolate Buffet. Read more 

Old New York – Modern Bangkok’ Afternoon Tea

Fashion designer Tawn Chatchavalvong and Executive Chef Christopher Miller of The St. Regis Bangkok collaborate in the latest special edition afternoon tea experience inspired by the glamorous legacy of the first St. Regis in New York and the most elegant address in the Thai capital.

📍 Venue: The St. Regis Bangkok
2:00PM – 5:00PM from now to 31 May 2019.
THB 1,900++ per set for two persons, including tea and coffee
📞 022077777

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Sakura Afternoon Tea – Up & Above Bar priced THB 1,290++ per set inclusive of coffee or tea for two persons. Daily from 14.00-17.00 Hrs. valid from now till 30 June 2019

Venue: Up & Above Bar, The Okura Prestige Bangkok See tea options?  

Tel: 66 (0) 2687 9000 Email:

Anantara Siam Bangkok is one of Bangkok’s most prestigious hotels – famed for its Afternoon Tea of east-west fusion sweet and savoury treats, enjoyed with exclusive Mariage Frères teas in the glorious Lobby.

The crowning masterpiece of the hotel’s sophisticated heritage style, The Lobby exudes stately elegance with its grand columns, hand-painted silk panels and magnificent frescoed ceiling. An iconic attraction in itself, The Lobby provides a striking ambience for the great tradition of Afternoon Tea. Full info 

By the new concept of state-of-the-art “Afternoon Tea Reimagined” at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok revives with popular English tradition by offering selection of savoury and sweet items that are served course by course, and lists of sparkling wine and champagne. Read more 

1823 Tea Lounge By Ronnefeldt At Gaysorn Shopping Center serves a range of more 70 premium hand-crafted Ronnefeldt Teas comprising the highest-grade leaves from the world’s most prominent tea gardens, carefully selected by Ronnefeldt’s Owners and Tea Tasters. Read more 

A classical favourite at Erawan Tea Room at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok , Thai Afternoon Tea offers a delicious savoury selection of Deep Fried Prawn Wrapped in Egg Noodles, Steamed Flower-shaped Dumpling with Crabmeat, Minced Pork and Peanut Wrapped in Egg Net, Ma Hor and more.

Vieng Joom On Tea House serves up teas from around the world amongst vintage Moroccan décor. Located in the Musem of Floral Culture, Salon du Thé has a setting that could not be anymore graceful: a landscaped outdoor garden and a 100-year-old teak mansion with colonial architecture. The teas come from renowned florist Sakul Intakul’s personal collection of world favourites.

Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok‘s Executive Pastry Chef Claus brings to life an everyday pleasure with a unique tea experience of delicious homemade pastries, sandwiches, scones and cakes, accompanied by a hot pot of tea or coffee to uplift the spirit and senses for a relaxing afternoon.

You can even have high tea on a shopping break! Siam Paragon’s Tea Salon and other malls, conveniently located for an ultra-chic reprieve. Did we mention they even serve Prosecco and tea cocktails?