Autumn in Bangkok doesn’t really exist. The weather doesn’t change, there aren’t really any leaves to change colour and malls are decked to the nines in Christmas decor by early November. It can be a bummer if you want to enjoy the spirit of fall.
However, this time of the year isn’t a total loss. There are a few places providing a taste of fall. Want to celebrate autumn in Bangkok? Here a few establishments you can visit that proudly serve fall treats including pumpkin spice lattes.
3 places where you can enjoy autumn in Bangkok
For whatever reason, Starbucks in Thailand does not serve the beloved pumpkin spice latte. In many parts of the world, the drink signifies that start of autumn. However, the coffee chain’s Thailand branches usually skip over this and roll out toffee nut flavoured drinks instead.
Never fear pumpkin spice lovers, The Asia Travel Café has you covered. This quaint coffee shop in Thong Lor proudly serves the drink starting in October. Additionally, you’ll find a range of spooky baked goods to celebrate Halloween. This is one of the few places to fully embrace autumn in Bangkok.
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Apple season at The Okura Prestige Bangkok
The Okura Prestige Bangkok runs special promotions throughout the year and their autumn offerings are among the best. Apples are a staple of fall and the hotel’s Up & Above Bar is slinging tasty cocktails and mocktails inspired by this time of the year.
The Sparkling Apple is a reviving mix of apple juice, lime, cinnamon, star anise, soda water and rose water that will put you in the autumn mood. In terms of cocktails, you can choose from a Maple Old Fashioned or an Apple Cider Mimosa to wet your whistle. The Okura Prestige Bangkok is located on Wireless Road and is connected to the Ploen Chit BTS station.
Thanksgiving at The Landmark Hotel
Thanksgiving serves a fitting end to autumn and there are quite a few places in the Thai capital where you can find special dinners offered. The Landmark Hotel in Nana is one of the best since it offers a pair of options. The hotel’s Atrium buffet offers a full international spread that rivals any Thanksgiving dinner in the city.
Those looking for something a little smaller and cheaper can head to The Huntsman Pub in The Landmark Hotel basement. You’ll find a range of Thanksgiving classics including turkey with all the fixings and pumpkin pie.