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5 of the Most Beautiful Starbucks stores in Southeast Asia you must add to your travel itinerary

5 of the Most Beautiful Starbucks stores in Southeast Asia you must add to your travel itinerary

  1. Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary, Bali
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Starbucks Dewata is described as a coffee sanctuary ©Starbucks

Here opens in a new window, modern construction techniques meet traditional Balinese architecture. 

The 1,000 square foot plot of Arabica coffee trees that greet you as you enter the store, the coffee seedling nursery on the second floor where customers are invited to tend to the delicate plants, and two interactive media installations where you can learn how the coffee is processed, roasted, shipped, and brewed are all part of the seed-to-cup journey.

This Bali Starbucks is not just lovely and cool, but it is also Southeast Asia's largest and even has its own coffee farm.

Address: Jl. Sunset Road No.77, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung


  1. Starbucks Rochester Park, Singapore
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"Colonial Starbucks" The Most Beautiful Starbucks in Singapore © Starbucks

This is the ideal setting for a relaxing afternoon, as it is housed in a magnificent double-story colonial cottage well away from the city's hustle and bustle.

This renowned Starbucks location is one of the few independent Starbucks stores in Singapore, and is dubbed "the most beautiful Starbucks in Singapore." 

Customers are familiar with this hidden gem, which is only a five-minute walk from Buona Vista MRT station. If you're looking for some peace or a lovely coffee date with your other half, this is a perfect location to sit back and relax with your favorite drink.

Address: 37 Rochester Drive Singapore 138640


  1. Starbucks Reserve Chao Phraya Riverfront, Bangkok, Thailand
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This Starbucks Reserve is the largest in Thailand © Starbucks

Do you like your coffee with a view of the stars? Then make a point of visiting Thailand's newest and largest Starbucks location.

Starbucks Reserve Chao Phraya Riverfront is located on the seventh floor of Bangkok's Iconsiam shopping mall, offering customers a panoramic view of the bustling Thai capital.

The massive 1,260-square-meter area is split into two storeys by a spiral stairway that snakes around a northern Thai coffee tree.

The wooden stairwell also serves as a storyboard, depicting the bean-to-cup journey, which is a characteristic of the company's history.

The expansive vistas of the city aren't the only thing that will captivate you. Hundreds of lantern-inspired lights hang from the store's ceilings, a tribute to Thailand's Loi Krathong festival.


  1. Starbucks Davis Bangkok Hotel, Thailand 

Starbucks Davis Hotel Bangkok

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With its European-style carvings and large windows, this Starbucks location is magnificent. The outside of this building sticks out among the other plain-looking structures in the area.

Overall, the area exudes a London street vibe, turning it into a paradise for Instagrammers!

Aside from the stylish building in which the coffee shop is located, there are also props outside, such as a clock post and a telephone booth, that are both iconic of London, that can be used to help you create amazing images for your next article.

Address: Camp Davis, 88 Sukhumvit 24 Alley, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110


  1. Starbucks Fast Fac Wang Noi, Ayutthaya, Thailand

Starbucks Ayutthaya

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Thailand's secret archaeological gem, Ayutthaya, is home to numerous historic palaces, temples, and monasteries. Because it is only an hour away, the historic city is ideal.

Visit the lovely Starbucks Fast Fac Wang Noi, a store with a distinctive orange brick facade designed to match the style and feel of the temples around. The interior is exactly as warm and inviting as the exterior!

Address: 2/222 Fast Fac Phahonyothin Rd, Lam Sai, Wang Noi District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13170



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