Climb aboard a Boeing 747 that once belonged to a defunct former airline in Bangkok’s Lat Krabang district at 747 Cafe, named after the plane’s model, a new destination for enthusiastic cafe-hopping completionists.
The double-decker aircraft offers a dining area for customers to order drinks and baked goods to enjoy in windowside seats inside the stripped-down airframe. Patrons can also climb to the second level to look around the cockpit. There, one can even sit and pretend to be the captain.
Admission to board the plane is THB120 and comes with one drink.
The 747 Cafe is located on Luang Phaeng Road in Bangkok’s Lat Krabang district. It’s open 9am to 6pm every day.