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Looking for more than just a cup of joe to go with your java experience? Cafés around the world have been adopting ever stranger themes and decor, with new and unusual concepts opening daily. From mini pig pop-ups in London to year round cat coffeeshops, here is a list of 6 strange cafés you must add to your bucket list.

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1. Cereal Killer Café: London, United Kingdom

Breakfast is served all day at this London café and, actually, it’s the only thing on the menu. Cereal lovers will be in heaven with 120 different varieties to choose from—some imported from around the globe—plus, 20 toppings and 30 different milk types. And the cereal doesn’t stop in the box: You’ll find the walls and shelves stocked with memorabilia from the 80s and 90s.
Address: 139 Brick Ln, London E1 6SB, United Kingdom

2. The Jamban Café: Semarang, Indonesia

Would you be able to stomach a meal served out of a real porcelain toilet? The Jamban Café in Semarang is a toilet-themed restaurant where food is served out of actual squat toilet bowls. Customers dine while sitting on porcelain thrones to complete the whole lavatorial experience.
Address: Jl. Untung Suropati Kav. 445, Kota Semarang, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia

3. Unicorn Café: Bangkok, Thailand

No café can compare to the Unicorn Café in Bangkok. It’s hard to explain, but expect a ton of pastels and everything unicorn ever made: unicorn carpet, unicorn statues, unicorn wallpaper, My Little Ponies, pink/blue/purple furniture, etc. If that isn’t enough, you can wear a unicorn onesie while you visit. The menu is as brightly colored as the room, complete with rainbow spaghetti, rainbow cake, rainbow drinks and burgers with french fry horns.

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4. Lucky Bunny Café, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Can bunnies lift weights and do tricks? At the Lucky Bunny Café in Chiang Mai they can. This café has more than 35 furry, playful bunny rabbits ready for you to goof around with. The bunny whisperer ( and store owner) personally introduces you to the rabbits and puts on a live show featuring high jumps and even bunny weights.

Address: 84/5 Moo10 Soi Wat U Mong Road Suthep, Chang Wat, Chiang Mai

Food so cute you don't want to eat it! Photo Courtesy of Sarah Richard Coffee With A Slice Of Life

Food so cute you don’t want to eat it! | Photo Courtesy of Sarah Richard Coffee With A Slice Of Life

5. Hello Kitty Café, Hong Kong

Hello Kitty fanatics will be in heaven at its namesake café in Hong Kong. Everything is Hello Kitty themed right down to the dishes. Think dim sum so cute you won’t want to eat it.

Address: Lee Loy Mansion 332-338 Canton Rd Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong


Akiba Fukurou | Photo courtesy of @boying

6. Akiba Fukurou: Tokyo, Japan

Have a HOOT at the Akiba Fukurou Owl Café in Tokyo. This java joint has around 20 live owls perched throughout the room. Although it has several rules in place for the safety of the owls and customers, you can even hold and pat some of the wise-eyed birds—with the help of the staff, of course. The owners believe the café is for relaxation, where people can escape their stressful lives. “We think owls can heal our tired hearts like a therapy,” they say.

Address: 67, Neribeicho, Kanda, Chiyodaku, Tokyo

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Hannah & Adam | Getting Stamped Bloggers
Hannah & Adam are travel writers & photographers who have called the road home since 2013. Their passion for adventurous travel has brought them to 60 countries and counting. They blog about their adventures on their travel blog

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