Chocolate Ville – escaping the usual Bangkok scene (How to go and what to expect)

One day while I was browsing on my Facebook, I came across a post that mentions that there is a place in Bangkok that looks like Europe and that it’s called Chocolate Ville. I did some research about the place before our flight and added it to our itinerary.

There are a lot of people that mentioned you can commute to Chocolate Ville. But upon checking the map, I felt like it would be a bit hard if you go there by commute so I would highly suggest that it would be more convenient if you take the cab.

If you don’t want to be “scammed” if you try to book a cab on your own in the city, you can download the Grab app. Grab is available throughout Bangkok. If you do use Grab to get to Chocolate Ville, you can just type in “Chocolate Ville” and the location will appear. Should you choose to book a cab in the city, I will write down the address below so you can show it to the driver in case he doesn’t know Chocolate Ville.

Chocolate Ville opens daily from 4:00 PM – 12:00 MN. Chocolate Ville is actually a restaurant with a park design, and the design has ha . Fitting since their concept is “dining in the park”

Here are some snaps that we took while we were there! We already arrived a tad bit late from opening time so we only had a few minutes before the sun went down.

I would suggest being there as soon as they open so that you could take some photos while there is still sunlight.

Here are some photos of the place!

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no entrance fees when you go to Chocolate Ville!

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ordered carbonara and it wasn’t that bad!!

all photos taken using an iPhone / Fujifilm X-A3 18-55 mm

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💚, R


Chocolate Ville
Soi Nawamin 74, Yak 3-8, Kaset-Nawamin Road, Klong Kum Subdistrict, Bueng Kum District.
Bangkok, Thailand


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2 thoughts on “Chocolate Ville – escaping the usual Bangkok scene (How to go and what to expect)

  1. Hi Regine, may I know what’s the grab fare like from Bkk city to choc ville? Was it hard to get a cab back to the city? Thanks 😉

    1. Hi Yannie! We were 6 people who got a Grab from BKK city to Chocolate ville.

      Our fare from BKK city to Chocolate Ville per person was 90 baht and from Chocolate Ville back to BKK city was 67 baht.

      Yeah it was a bit hard to get a Grab back to the city because it was quite late already so you might want to be cautious of the time. Having the Grab app was a huge help as we didn’t see much taxis stopping at Chocolate Ville 🙂

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